Why Roberts changed his mind on 0bama care and could he have been pressured to change his vote?
John Roberts has reached his " impregnable island fortress."
The U.S. Supreme Court's chief justice arrived at the Mediterranean island of Malta on Tuesday, where he will be teaching a class for two weeks.
If anyone desperately needs an island getaway, it's Roberts.
Speculation about why Roberts voted with the liberal side of the court reached a fever pitch on Sunday when CBS reported that Roberts had switched his vote.
Then on Tuesday, a Supreme Court source told Salon that Roberts actually wrote much of the dissent, as well as the majority opinion.
Maybe after some R&R; on Malta's famed beaches, Roberts might care to clarify what actually took place.
(AP Photo/Lino Arrigo Azzopardi)
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