President Obama went on the attack this week, accusing insurance companies of putting profits ahead of people and demanding to know why Republicans never fixed the problem when they were in power. "Whens the right time for health insurance reform? Is it a year from now, or two years from now or five years from now, or ten years from now? I think its right now!" Mr. Obama said at a Pennsylvania rally. Insurance rates are rising, he said, because the companies want bigger profits, and Republicans are blocking reform. "Some people say Well, dont do it right now because the economys week. When the economy was strong we didnt do it," he noted. "Ive got all of my Republican colleagues out there saying Well, no, no, no -- we want to focus on things like cost. You had ten years!" To win this year, Democrats need to be unified, but they arent and the GOP knows it. "The polls all weigh very heavily in favor of Republicans on this," points out Texas Senator John Cornyn. "Lets shelve this bill and start over again." Marcelas Owens of Seattle wants to make sure that doesnt happen. His mother died of pulmonary hypertension after losing her insurance. Marcelus will spend his 11th birthday on Capitol Hill, demanding a health care reform vote. Still, Team Obama does not yet have the votes to win on health care reform.