Adding to his reform push today, President Obama has signed an order okaying private auditors to root out health care fraud. Bounty hunters of sorts would get a cut of the fraud they expose. Its a bipartisan idea and has the President fired up this week. "The need is great, the opportunity is here, lets seize reform, its within our grasp," said President Obama. Equal passion is on display on Washingtons streets. Protesters for reform were outside a conference of insurers. One protester, Zach Pelchat said, "Many Americans from all walks of life really care about this, its very important to them and its something that we need now." Tea party activists against the Obama bill today lean on lawmakers in person. Mark Skoda, Chairman ofMemphis Tea Party said, "The objective here is to forestall and to ultimately defeat Obamacare." South Carolinas James Clyburns job is to whip up Democrats yes votes. That could depend on how the Senate reform plan would get fixed. "When we get that language then we will start our whipping operation," said Clyburn. Republicans mock the strategy. Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander said, "What the President is doing is asking House Democrats to hold hands, jump off cliff, and hope Harry Reid catches them." One new poll shows half of Americans want the health care system changed a lot. Only four percent say not at all. Large majorities want bipartisanship on health care nowhere in sight.