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Published: Sunday, June 24 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Colorado Springs, CO

I highly doubt they are keeping it a secret. I believe they are acting professionally and waiting for a formal announcement.

Hayden, ID

Obamacare is nothing more than a huge welfare program to provide mandated healthcare coverage for millions of uninsured at taxpayer’s expense. If I pay for my health insurance, what does Obamacare do for me, except increase my costs, limits my options and puts a huge government bureaucracy between me and my doctor? If I am an employer who provides healthcare coverage for my employees as a form of compensation, what does Obamacare do for me? It does nothing but increases my costs and makes it more difficult and expensive to expand my business and hire more people. Some people say healthcare costs are out of control and our system is broken. The reason healthcare costs have increased is because healthcare technology has increased. A few hundred years ago it was very cheap to have your barber bleed you but what did you get for your healthcare dollar then? Today’s healthcare is exponentially more advanced and more effective and consequently more expensive! Obamacare will only reverse the process of innovation and take away the incentive for medical advancement.

m.g. scott

A lot of people seem to believe that some if not all of the healthcare legislation will be overturned due to the questioning that took place at the Court. Just be prepared for that not to happen, as it easily could. Also, it really would surprise me if Obama doesn't already know the outcome, and has been playing it cool.

Salt Lake City, Utah

It is unfortunate that the Obama Administration is unable to keep national security secrets. Next week promises to bring more bad news to Obama's team when the US Supreme Court buries Obamacare. They just can't can't seem to be able to get any traction.

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