Because the Supreme Court hasn't given any indication that it plans on upholding at least some parts of "Obamacare" as constitutional, the New York Times' Maureen Dowd says you can't trust that branch of government. Or, not until a few justices are replaced with people she agrees with, probably:
This court, cosseted behind white marble pillars, out of reach of TV, accountable to no one once they give the last word, is well on its way to becoming one of the most divisive in modern American history.
It has squandered even the semi-illusion that it is the unbiased, honest guardian of the Constitution. It is run by hacks dressed up in black robes...
Dowd is so upset by this. But it's a little odd to write a column accusing the court of Republican partisanship before ending with this: "[I]t isn’t conservative to overturn a major law passed by Congress in the middle of an election."