**the ruling, which he found upheld individual liberty and curbed federal power even as it left the law in place.**
BTTT — the truth is starting to come out. I saw it right away.
If Roberts wanted to uphold individual liberty and curb Federal power he would of ruled with Kennedy, Scalia, Thomas, and Alito who actually did.
What Roberts did was activism in the form of switching the penalty found unconstitutional (With Breyer and Kagan agreeing) under the commerce clause with a simple head/negative tax. I don't get why people are ignorant about the precedent Roberts set. For goodness sake, he was joined by Ginsburg, Sotomayer, Breyer, and Kagan in this respect.