It's moderately funny too. Consider the following quote: "This has led some commentators to suggest that Roberts’ holding in Sebelius was, like Marshall’s opinion in Marbury v. Madison, a sort of Trojan horse, smuggling in a victory over an important legal principle while shrouding that victory behind a win on the general issue for the other side. There are two problems with this conception: One is with the understanding of Marbury that it embodies, and the other is with the understanding of NFIB that it embodies."
Translation: "No, you idiot Republicans, it's exactly what it looked like. Roberts stabbed you in the back, so quit pretending you liked it."