You wrote..."The Chief Justice thought he was giving something to both sides." In fact, all he gave the left was false hope in a doomed law. To the the failed electorate he gave a reprimand, saying, "It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices." You concluded, "Perhaps the best thing to come out of the decision is a renewed interest in the Constitution and the fact that the federal government, as it was originally conceived, is strictly limited in its powers. We now know that the Court is not going to enforce those limits, but the voters can."