The president's ObamaCare victory speech — a translation

The initial shock has passed since the Supreme Court rendered its decision on the validity of the health care law known as Obamacare. It's now time to put it i.

The initial shock has passed since the Supreme Court rendered its decision on the validity of the health care law known as Obamacare. It's now time to put it i.

On Thursday, the day the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, a 47-year-old Baltimore woman went to the drugstore, and pulled out her debit card to pay for a prescription refill. But she didn't have enough money in the account to cover the $425 charge.

In truth, the majority opinion said nothing that praised Obamacare as a matter of policy, and rightly so — both because Obamacare is horrendous policy and because the Court has no business weighing in on such matters.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said that he will not support implementing federal health care reform in Florida, making up his mind roughly 36 hours after the Supreme Court ruling to uphold to law. "We're not going to implement Obamacare in