Occupy Portland teams up with health care reform groups for rally, march for universal health care | OregonLive.com At Pioneer Square, organizer Dr. Paul Gorman, part of Mad As Hell Doctors, asked the marchers to talk about why they were mad as hell. A father lamented that he chooses between $400 monthly multiple sclerosis medication for himself or food for his four children. A 4-year temporary worker at the Oregon Zoo still doesn't have benefits. A former medical transcriptionist never had health care through years of working in the health care industry. "It's outrageous that while the 1 percent make record profits, the 99 percent are an illness away from bankruptcy," Gorman, an OHSU doctor, said. "It's time to get the 1 percent out of the way so we can get the health care every Oregonian deserves."