President Barack Obama took his show on the road this weekend, traveling to Minneapolis to warn the audience not to be fooled by "scare tactics" which he says opponents of health reform employ. Relying on campaign-style rhetoric and theatrics, Obama told 10,000 people gathered in a sports arena, "The time for games has passed. Now is the time for action. Now is the time to deliver on health care." Back in Washington, tens of thousands of conservatives gathered to express their disapproval of the president's plan. Breaking out of the capital, Obama is aiming to carry momentum from his address to Congress and win over Americans to his reform plan.