Jun 25, 2015

This was the craziest thing written about the Supreme Court's big ObamaCare decision

Conservatives are reeling from the Supreme Court's decision on Thursday to uphold a crucial component of the Affordable Care Act, with two conservatives — Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy — joining the court's four liberals to hand the Obama administration a ringing victory. Conservatives are wondering how this could have happened, with some saying Roberts has betrayed the...

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