Based on pictures and comments, it was quite the scene outside 1 First Street as supports and opponents of President Obama’s health care reform act awaited the Court’s decision. Take, for instance, the belly dancers for a single-payer system. A little more traditional would be the two guys in the above picture, taken by Tabitha Hale. They were praying after the Court issued its most-closely watched opinion since Bush v. Gore. Not sure if they felt their prayer was answered.
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