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Justice John Roberts just saved ObamaCare. Again! Now it's on Congress to repeal ObamaCare through reconciliation.

On the 6-3 ruling by the Supreme Court to save the federal ObamaCare subsidies, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

"The Supreme Court ruling on King v. Burwell is a disappointment, but it's not the end of our fight. The state exchanges are running multi-billion dollar deficits and are unsustainable. Premiums and deductibles keep rising to the point where people can't afford the insurance they're forced to buy. This decision doesn't save ObamaCare, only delays its inevitable collapse."

"Our grassroots activists, and the majority of the American people, did not want ObamaCare to begin with. Since the Supreme Court refuses to stand up for freedom, it is even more important than ever that we work to enact patient-centered health care reform."

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Peter Egan

It is an unconstitutional piece of legislation.

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Once again the Judges overstep the authority

The real chaos of judges, supplanting the Rule-by-Law (the Constitution), would inescapably result from any violation of the Constitution in its original and controlling meaning by judges who would misinterpret it so as to make it seem to mean something different, to suit their own wishes, changing from time to time according to their changing whims. This would apply especially to the highest judicial authority: the Supreme Court. Considered from the standpoint of the stability and security of the Republic and of the God-given rights of every Individual entirely dependent for their security upon a stable Constitution-any such Judaical practices could not but produce chaos. For any lower-court judge to violate his oath of office (to support the Constitution only) by collaborating with higher-court judges in any such usurpation of power would amount to his helping to produce this Judaical chaos. It is pertinent to point out the actions, of the judges not being given this type of power to construe the words of the Fourteenth Amendment, in relation to the Bill of Rights, according to their unconstitutional political whims.