As readers may know, we try to look for an eminent domain angle everywhere. So here you go.
Today's Supreme Court decision upholding the ACA's purpose over its text, reminds us of our favorite scene in any legal film, Dennis Denuto, Esq.'s oral argument in the Australian eminent domain comedy The Castle, in which he argues that the court should rule for his client based only on "the vibe" of the written law.
In response to the judge asking him what section of the Australian Constitution supported his case, he responds, "[t]here is no one section, it's ... just the vibe of the thing."
Six Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court approve!