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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
I want Congress to use reconciliation to enact health care reform in a truly democratic way. We need that reform now. It will help our economy in a big way.
— Virginia S, San Jose

I'm marching because...
Heathcare should not be a priviledge
— Gregory S, Westhampton

I'm marching because...
over half my income goes to health premiums & coverage is limited HELP!I want a public option!
— Jane D, Frankfort

I'm marching because...
35000 people die each year because they have no health insurance and cannot afford the care they need to save thier lives.
— Robert S, Reston

I'm marching because...
The message still rings just as true as it did just a little over a year ago; "it is time for a change not more of th same". Americans deserve reformed health care now
— Cheryl S, Boynton Beach

I'm marching because...
We need a STRONG public option in the health care reform bill.
— C, Deerfield Beach

I'm marching because...
our current health care system is broken and doesn't meet the needs of the American people.
— Louise K, Zumbrota

I'm marching because...
I think it is a travesty that we don't have manageable health care for everyone. We need to set our national greed aside for this.
— Beth B, Wyndmoor

I'm marching because...
I own a small business and insuring my employees is very expensive!
— Althea M, Manhattan Beach

I'm marching because...
paying $1500 a month for bad health insurance is killing me economically; HELP. United Health Care is the Devil Incarnate, profiting off of my illness and fear
— S, Elm Grove

I'm marching because...
The insurance/pharmaceutical industry is running our ongress.
— Carole O, Gypsum

I'm marching because...
Moving toward universal health care is the right thing to do. We need to move now. Health care reform is the next step toward making America the best it can be.
— Paul W, Tucson

I'm marching because...
huge profits and rate hikes don't go together.
— Kathryn D, Amherst

I'm marching because...
I'm tired of living in fear about what my solo policy doesn't cover
— Robin O, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
America needs the public option to rein in health insurance companies whose only concern is the bottom line.
— E, Carthage

I'm marching because...
Health care is not a commodity, it is a human right. -Benjamin R, Brooklyn
— Benjamin R, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
Health care is the right thing to do
— Michael S, Newburyport

I'm marching because...
We, the people, need health care reform for the good of the nation.
— Julie C, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
It is the most compassion thing we can do right now.
— J, Middleton

I'm marching because...
of those who died or are dying from lack of or NO health care !
— Pastor C, Norristown

I'm marching because...
leaving health care in the US in its present for-profit status has only functioned to the protect the enormous profits of insurance companies.
— David D, Fayetteville

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves healthcare!
— Shannon G, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
we need health care reform
— Claudia B, Cuddebackville

I'm marching because...
I am uninsured, my sister is spending almost $1000 a month for coverage she is afrai to use!
— Leslie H, Campobello

I'm marching because...
I watch my 88 year old mother struggle with prescription drug costs
— Christine S, Peabody

I'm marching because...
the current system serves the haves, not the have nots.
— Sarah G, Cockeysville

I'm marching because...
health care is central to our nation's economic and ethical life!
— Trudi T, White Bear Lake

I'm marching because...
we need positive reform...change
— John R, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
healthcare should not be a for profit industry. Everyone has a right to quality, affordable healthcare
— Marilyn L, Florence

I'm marching because...
My Health Coverage is inadequate and expensive - plus I have an autistic child and Insurance doesn't cover this disorder!
— Shauna M, Reston

I'm marching because...
Americans deserve a better health care system.
— Celia H, Delray Beach

I'm marching because...
people are our strongest asset and we need to take care of all of us!
— Meghan R, Kennebunk

I'm marching because...
no American should go without health care
— Patricia A, Nantucket

I'm marching because...
I can't afford to insure my own children.
— Rachel K, Edinburg

I'm marching because...
Health care is basic human right and should be available to everyone via a public option or universal coverage
— Peter S, Hampstead

I'm marching because...
America needs a public option!
— Sarah G, Blue Jay

I'm marching because...
we ALL need health care, NOW! not the elite who can afford it!
— Andrea G, Bronxville

I'm marching because...
I have no healthcare today, & we need competitive rates with a public option
— John B, Chicago

I'm marching because...
Insurance companies have a monopoly on health care, we need competition to keep them honest. L. Catan, FL
— Lori C, Winter Springs

I'm marching because...
because I am sick of inaction and obstruction.
— Susan S, Astoria

I'm marching because...
as a future physician, a public option is the best way for me to provide care to the community in which I work.
— Kate W, Port Jefferson

I'm marching because...
We need to be a country that takes care of our own. It is pathetic that we ignore the health our own citizens. Decent, affordable healthcare should be a necessity.
— Jean F, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
we need a system that doesn't discourage people from changing jobs or starting their own companies. Young people especially need to be encouraged to make decisions based on their skills and dreams, not just make the safest choice. Without real health care reform, this country cannot continue to lead in innovation and technology.
— Susan A, Clarkston

I'm marching because...
my son has a pre-excisting condition. We need public option!
— Suzanne F, Charlestown

I'm marching because...
because health care is a right not a privilege....
— Erin R, Avery

I'm marching because...
We all need health care! It is absurd what is going on!
— Denise H, Napa

I'm marching because...
I have two sons with jobs who have no insurance! I worry every day that something will happen. As a nurse I know that the simplest hospital procedure will leave them in debt forever. How dare you kneel down again and again to the power of the insurance lobby! I am furious and I WANT A PUBLIC OPTION NOW! Shame on the selfish lot of you.
— Valerie D, Franklin

I'm marching because...
My Diabetic Son needs to be able to buy affordable health care.
— Jody G, Agency

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves health care!!! Its a basic human right!!
— Gabriel S, Flowery Branch

I'm marching because...
Real health care reform is essential for our future.
— Thomas F, Southampton

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