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Twittersphere reacts to the health care ruling

An opponent of President Barack Obama's health care

An opponent of President Barack Obama's health care law demonstrates outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Thursday, June 28, 2012, before the court's ruling on the law. (AP Photo/David Goldman) Credit: AP Photo David Goldman

A look at Twitter today found these comments on the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act:

Tweets supporting the Supreme Court's decision:

Christine Delargy ?@CADelargy: Per her office, Nancy Pelosi is wearing her "lucky purple pumps today." She wore these the day #healthcare passed March 2010 #SCOTUS

Rep. Keith Ellison?@keithellison: Historic decision by #SCOTUS. #Obamacare can now take its place in history with Social Security & Medicare

Senator Harry Reid?@SenatorReid: I'm pleased to see #SCOTUS put the rule of law ahead of partisanship and ruled that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional #ACA

Louise Slaughter?@louiseslaughter: The #ACA was never about politics. It’s about saving lives. I'm so pleased that it was upheld by #SCOTUS today.

Dave Rubin@RubinReport: Only in America would so many overweight, diabetic people with heart disease be upset that they're gonna have health care. #SCOTUS #Obamacare

Tweets weighing in against the law:

Rick Santorum?@RickSantorum: #SCOTUS outcome is major setback for freedom & biggest permanent tax increase in our nation’s history. Elections matter.

Michele Bachmann?@TeamBachmann: I'm disappointed #SCOTUS thinks gov't knows better than people. I won't stop fighting #Obamacare until is full repeal. RT if you're with me.  (507 retweets in less than half an hour)

Sarah Palin?@SarahPalinUSA: Obama lied to the American people. Again. He said it wasn't a tax. Obama lies; freedom dies.

Andy Borowitz@BorowitzReport: #SCOTUS UPDATE: Romney Blasts Supreme Court, Calling Affordable Care Act 'Worst Idea I Ever Had'

Jehmu Greene?@jehmu: If u are heartbroken over #SCOTUS decision on Obamacare, try remembering the mandate was a Republican idea in the first place. Feel better?

Chad Pergram?@ChadPergram: Rep. Allen West (R-FL): I think this is the worst decision that could have come down for the Obama administration. #healthcare #SCOTUS