John Dobosz wrote in an article on Formes.com:
“What Roberts did was drag congress and Obama out into the light of day and illustrate the depth of their multi-decade (century?) power grab – he showed how far its power-grab has gone and said in so many words, it’s the voters job to change that. His statement, if you chose to read it, is a conservative’s dream.”
"Today conservatives have a choice. They can misdirect their ire at Roberts or use what he handed them on a silver platter to roll back big government and unwind the multitude of mistakes it has brought us during the last 80 years. If conservatives choose the former, they will lose and lose big – that will invigorate the liberals and re-validate the claim that if conservatives take control in 2012 we will get an “activist” Supreme Court stacked with conservatives that will quickly attack what the liberals love most. If conservatives take the latter approach they will win big in 2012 and be in an even better position to roll back big and intrusive government than they had at the peak of Reagan’s power."
Roberts is encouraging the American people to vote smarter in the future.