Last week's Affordable Care Act ruling overshadowed the Supreme Court's other recent doings, such as its reaffirmation of Citizens United as it smacked down Montana's campaign finance law. If only the Court's radical bloc cared about protecting ordinary humans as much as corporate campaign contributions. But here's a thought: If corporate cash is the same as speech, then my health is also speech because being healthy allows me to speak. So anything that interferes with my health, such as insurance companies denying me coverage, is an affront to the First Amendment. Put that in your pipe of illogic and smoke it, Scalia!