Slipping in public opinion polls on the issue of health care, President Obama is stepping up to lead the push for reform. At Children's Hospital in Washington Monday President Obama said our current health care system is not focused on patients, and now is the time to fix it. "We've talked this problem to death, year after year, but unless we act and act now now none of this will change," he said. According to a new Washington Post poll fewer than 50% of Americans approve of Mr. Obama's leadership on health care. Republicans are now arguing that the system is fine as-is. "260-million Americans currently have health insurance coverage, the great majority through private insurers and polls consistently show that they are overwhelming pleased with their current coverage," pointed out Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele. The RNC is slamming the Obama plan in a new ad, describing it as "a risky experiment with our health care." Some Republicans say if they can win on health care, they can derail the whole Obama agenda, something the President is taking note of and using against them. "Think about that. This isn't about me, this isn't about politics. It's about a health care system that is breaking America's families," he argued. Still to be worked out is the biggest issue: How to pay to insure America's uninsured.