Wall Street Journal:
Though the challengers largely lost on Thursday, the court did affirm one of their basic arguments: that Congress can’t use its powers to regulate interstate commerce to require people to buy insurance. Chief Justice Roberts says the government’s arguments on this point would fundamentally change “the relation between the citizen and the federal government.”
So it's a tax, not a forced consumption.
And if I don't pay the tax? I am compelled to go to jail, not to buy insurance.
The best legal minds in the country came up with this.
Remember when Obama said it wasn't a tax? Couldn't they take him at his word?
Of course they couldn't.
We can't either.
And Roberts sold us out.