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Some of the reaction immediately following today's decision upholding the Affordable Healthcare Act:

CNN's motto: "Better to be first than right"
@RalstonFlash via TweetDeck
Big win for broccoli
@LilianaSegura via Echofon
Man, Eric Holder is so in contempt right now... #ACA
@elonjames via TweetDeck
It's good that ACA is upheld, since there are some folk at CNN who will need insurance not tied to their employers soon...
@robinmarty via TweetDeck
Man, I hope that Scalia wrote a dissent. It might be the first SCOTUS decision with the word "fuck" in it.
@rudepundit via web
I'm feeling pretty pre-existing conditionsy and I don't care!
@brianbeutler via Janetter for Mac
it's constitutional. Bitches.
@patrickgaspard via web
George W. Bush saved Obamacare. Holy shit.
@SimonMaloy via web
RT @mbrownerhamlin: I just can't believe John Roberts ruled in favor of a policy cooked up by the Heritage Foundation
@CitizenRick via TweetDeck
Take THAT, Heritage Foundation!  Now the law you wrote is the law of the land!
@amntn via web
John Roberts: Just another of George W. Bush's mistakes.
@flyinsaucier via Twitter for iPhone
And right about now, conservatives will be wanting to see Justice Roberts long form birth certificate. #secretkenyanmuslimsocialist
@tbogg via web
Obama lied to the American people. Again. He said it wasn't a tax. Obama lies; freedom dies.
@SarahPalinUSA via web
You may now resume being vulnerable to illness and disease, for now.
@LOLGOP via Facebook

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Thu Jun 28, 2012 at 07:52 AM PDT.

Also republished by MomsRising at DailyKos.

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