"Yet, lo and behold, the argument prevailed with a majority of justices." The arugment, of course, being that liberals (or whatever they call themselves these days) can't use the Commerce Clause to compel participation in something one opposes.
My point, though, is that it wasn't a MAJORITY of the justices. Since the liberal wing went along with Roberts, they must accept this, too. It's a certainty the dissenting conservative justices all agree, as well. To me, that's unanimity, not a majority.