September 21, 2009


Health and insurance interests are spending nearly $5 million per week to oppose health care reform,1 fighting to keep a broken system because it benefits their bottom line.

But what we've got right now—skyrocketing premiums, denial of treatment, canceling coverage when you get sick—is a disaster for regular people.

It's time to call Big Insurance out—because if they win, we lose. And next week, we're going to do it right in their own back yards.

We're organizing "Big Insurance: Sick of It" rallies at local insurance company offices across the country on September 22nd. Thousands of us rallying together will send a strong message to them, Congress, and the media that we are sick of Big Insurance and want real health care reform now.

Next Tuesday, there's a rally in New York City. Can you make it?

Penn Plaza, SE Corner of 32nd St and 7th Ave, in front of Fuse (Map)
New York, NY 10001
Tuesday, September 22nd, 12:00 PM

Let's keep the momentum going! Please sign up for this gathering right away!

Message from your host, Bernadette W.: We are rallying at Penn Plaza, on the SE corner of 32nd St and 7th Ave in front of the Fuse building. We chose this location so we can target United Health, because We Can't Afford to Wait for real health care reform anymore. It's time for our leaders to stop putting the interests of Big Insurance f...(more)irst, and to do what is right for their constituents. We plan on this being a large event, drawing people from all five boroughs and the media. Come help us tell Big Insurance and Congress that America demands health care reform NOW.