One: we should go to all the people whose health plans were canceled and ask them: "Did you like that plan? Did you really like it? You like your $5,000 deductible and a maximum out-of-pocket costs of $8,500? You like only two doctor visits a year? You like no maternity and no prescription benefits? You really like that? Okay. Fine. Keep it. And don't come to anyone else anywhere when you get in a car wreck, or have a serious illness that means more than a week in the hospital (or more than six days in a couple of visits). Because you like this plan."
(We won't. And morally we can't. But maybe we should.)
Two: I totally support Justice Sotomayor's ruling. Because omg people: what has America come to when nuns - nuns - can be made to fill out forms?