A piece in The Washington Times says: Ruling on health care case hard to predict Conservative justices could side either way By Paige Winfield Cunningham - The Washington Times Sunday, March 25, 2012 Court's open-minded GOP appointees may give health care a chance - Washington Times I dont know if it counts as a prediction, but Ive said the High Court always rules for big government and against private sector Americans; at least that is the Courts track record in my lifetime. Rulings protecting criminals, and Roe v. Wade, cannot be counted as rulings for the people. Deciding factors Acting US Solicitor General Neal Katyal touches on a significant factor that is largely ignored by the pundits: Rejecting 'Obamacare' would be 'grave and profound' By Chantal Valery | AFP 12 hours ago Rejecting 'Obamacare' would be 'grave and profound' - Yahoo! News Canada Hussein is the governments president. The Supreme Court is an integral part of the government. Justices might not like him after he lied about them in a State of the Union Address, but to overturn . . . a president's signature initiative . . . has to be a major consideration for most of them. And please do not tell me that every member of the High Court is above politics. Were that true they would not be classified as liberals and conservatives, nor would Ginsberg denounce the very Constitution she interprets. The things she said in Egypt would make a politician blush. I also maintain that repeal is the best hope Americans have of getting out from under such an oppressive law. Its going to take a Republican supermajority laced with a healthy dose of conservatives in both Chambers to do it. Keep that in mind come November if the healthcare law is upheld. Having said the above, I do have one solid prediction that surprises me. Breyer will vote to overturn. I base my forecast on things I heard him say over the years. Dont get me wrong here. Breyer is big government liberal to be sure, but I think upholding Hillarycare II will prove to be a bridge too far for him.