One might think there is a bit of conflict taking place in the back rooms of the SCOTUS
Chief Justice Roberts quietly burns Scalia in the Obamacare decision
The Supreme Court ruling Thursday is the second time Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justice Antonin Scalia have squared off on President Obama's health-care reform law. The chief justice wrote the decision upholding the law the first time it came before the court in 2012, and Scalia dissented.
Roberts used the dissent's own words against Scalia in the case decided this week, which focused on what Congress was trying to do when it passed the Affordable Care Act, generally known as Obamacare. <snip> Scalia disagreed. But, back in 2012, he had written that without subsidies, "the exchanges would not operate as Congress intended."