The Supreme Court's deliberation goes to the heart of differing visions of the American concept of "freedom" and "liberty." It's a debate worth having. Solicitor General Verilli's argument evokes FDR's famous "Four Freedoms Speech".
Let people take more responsibility for their own lives, allow more people to choose their own health insurance, watch as the cost of care drops, and as a bonus, we wouldn't have to throw the Constitution out the window.
Progressives cannot afford to walk away from the suffering of the middle class to prove a point or make a case. Yet that's the type of talk I am hearing more and more from progressives as the midterm approaches.