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Why are we marching?

I'm marching because...
we've fought too long and hard to give up or scale back now.
— Ilya S, Brooklyn

I'm marching because...
health care is a human right and the USA can do right by our people!
— G, Jackson Heights

I'm marching because...
I am tired of corporate voices drowning out the voices of ordinary working people who want, need and support a strong public option in any healthcare solution
— Scott A, Brattleboro

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...
we need health care reform
— Mike S, Greeenfield

I'm marching because...
It is simply the right thing to do. It is compassionate. It is just.
— Burnell Y, Philadelphia

I'm marching because...
currently my partner lies in a hospital bed in ICU with no insurance. This bill is going to cost us 10s of 1000s of dollars when she wakes up!
— Terri F, Saint Louis

I'm marching because...
Why can 46 million Americans not go to the doctor or hospital?
— Leon B, Durham

I'm marching because...
The working person needs insurance and can't afford it
— Pamela C, cobleskill

I'm marching because...
For a stronger American that came make tough choices.
— David F, Evanston

I'm marching because...
the time for change is NOW.
— Katharine C, Jefferson City

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...
millions of uninsured children need their leaders give them the promise of America.
— David J, Olympia

I'm marching because...
Health Care for all Americans is the right thing . No american should die for lack of Health Care. Public Option Now.
— Steven A, Mountain View

I'm marching because...
A public opition will lower health care coverage for EVERYONE!
— Bob J, Grand Blanc

I'm marching because...
for the health of my neighbors and for this country's future
— Jeanette W, El Paso

I'm marching because...
My granddaughter has needed thousands of dollars in care since she was born. I don't want other parents to face the fear and hardships my son and his wife are going through.
— Lynne V, Traverse City

I'm marching because...
health care is our right as Americans and we will not pay with our lives for insurance and pharmecutical companies to get rich.
— Emily R, New Bedford

I'm marching because...
Americans need health care, it will make us stronger and more productive. The politicians should learn from other countries that have adopted the health care of their citizens.
— Rosevelt C, Washington

I'm marching because...
health care is a human right not a privilege!
— Sydney G, Berkeley

I'm marching because...
the American people deserve health care and our elected leaders need to start woking for the people who elected them over the special corporate interest.
— Dorri S, Columbus

I'm marching because...
America must have Heath care for all
— Janet W, Langley

I'm marching because...
No one should go bankrupt over health care costs!
— Miguel T, Arlington

I'm marching because...
our daughter is suffering every day due to the lack of health care! PLEASE help her.
— Pat R, Owatonna

I'm marching because...
It's the right thing, morally and ethically, to do.
— Tom G, Scottsdale

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...
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...
it is our nation's responsibility to give its people hope. Hope cannot begin without good health.
— Jacob B, Baltimore

I'm marching because...
Because even with insurance we can't afford proper medical care for ourselves or worse - our children.
— Sue S, Brandon

I'm marching because...
I want to be a voice for the millions who have no healthcare.
— Michael M, Port Angeles

I'm marching because...
because we have a son with a pre-existing condition who cannot move to a new job
— Tom F, Charlestown

I'm marching because...
I'm 57 years old and my cost for health care through my employer cost me $6000 per year for my wife and I. And it keeps going up every year
— Cheri D, Lansing

I'm marching because...
We need Health Care just like Congress has. We too are human and we get sick.
— Mary B, Montgomery

I'm marching because...
I am tired of what is going on in D.C.
— Betty R, Grovetown

I'm marching because...
everyone deserves a health care plan as good as what our elected officals have.
— Judy M, Geneva

I'm marching because...
I am one accident or illness away from destitution.
— Timothy P, Manhattan

I'm marching because...
We are the working poor and half of my 8 family members are uninsured.
— Karen C, New Paltz

I'm marching because...
The health of our citizens IS a national security issue. Good health care for every American is mandatory for personal and national success; anything less is immoral.
— Elizabeth S, Indianapolis

I'm marching because...
I'm marching because Congress needs to stand up and do rhe right thing for the people who elected them. Who in this country does not need healthcare? Senators? Our congressional representatives? Government workers? Governors? Come on. Do the stand up thing and vote for a comprehensive health care plan.
— Margie S, Tucson

I'm marching because...
we need health reform badly. The people of the U.S. of A deserve the same health coverage as members of Congress. Do something for the people instead of your selves. Forget the lies and name calling and get on the stick. Walter Taylor
— Walter T, Winter Park

I'm marching because...
common sense dictates that a nation should first and foremost take care of its citizens. Other countries get that concept, why don't we? We need healthcare reform NOW!
— Jo H, Louisville

I'm marching because...
I'm a cancer survivor who's conducted my life for the last decade with the overriding purpose of keeping my health insurance.
— Steve S, Buffalo

I'm marching because...
Everyone needs health care.
— Kay M, Savannah

I'm marching because...
it is right for my government to protect the people and do what is in our best interest; not what is in the best interest of big money
— Holly A, Hollywood

I'm marching because...
I have suffered the results of a skewed healthcare system and will never regain my former health
— Judy W, Butner

I'm marching because...
we all deserve affordable health care
— John L, Puyallup

I'm marching because...
Health care reform will lower the deficit eventually and save lives.
— Robert O, columbia

I'm marching because...
it is criminal that we do not have universal health coverage in this great country!
— Karen W, Manhattan

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...
everyone has the right to have good health care at an affordable price.
— Janet E, Little Falls

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