A reading of Ginsberg's hate filled concurrence, (directed at Robert's) confirms that assessment.
This one particular quote from her separate opinion caught my eye:
"Health care is not like a vegetable or other items one is at liberty to buy or not to buy."
Really? How can a U.S. Supreme Court justice make a statement like this on one hand, while at the same time using some kind of unstated "right to privacy" under the Fourteenth Amendment as the basis for every decision the court has made related to abortion laws since Roe v. Wade?
Ruth Ginsberg knows damn well that the game is over, and she's sitting there on the Supreme Court as a semi-coherent old fool to watch it all unfold.
These justices have already written the majority opinions for every case that is brought against different elements of ObamaCare in the future as more and more of its provisions are implemented. How can a government compel someone to "buy health care" when Roe v. Wade is the law of the land? LOL.