Below, we've compiled a sampling of reactions from both notable figures' and ordinary Americans' who took to the Twittersphere to express, in 140 characters or less, their opinions towards the court's decision on Obamacare.
@sarahpalinusa Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor Obama lied to the American people. Again. He said it wasn't a tax. Obama lies; freedom dies.
@patrickgaspard Patrick Gaspard, Executive Director, Democratic National Committee it's constitutional. Bitches.
@nancypelosi Rep. Nancy Pelosi, U.S. House of Representatives Democratic Leader Millions of American families and children will have certainty of health care benefits + affordable care.
@piersmorgan Piers Morgan, CNN host Still amazes me that a U.S. President can campaign for 32 million more Americans to get health care - and be pilloried for it.
@donnabrazileDonna Brazile, Democratic political strategist and vice chair of Voter Registration and Participation, Democratic National Committee Over 32 million Americans will now have a path to health care. What's morally wrong with that folks? Consumers will get more choices. Amen!
@mmflint Michael Moore, documentary filmmaker The right wing has just had their worst smackdown since the day O was elected. The path of history continues to head toward univ health care
@michellemalkin Michelle Malkin, American conservative blogger and political commentator Out: The #Obamacare mandate. In: The massive, regressive, oppressive #Obamacare TAX.
@johnboehner John Boehner, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives #ObamaCare is driving up health care costs and making it harder for small businesses to hire workers #IWantRepeal
@corybooker Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, N.J. Great day 4 kids with per-existing conditions, 4 those who fear losing health care when losing a job, 4 those denied by insurance companies
@JustChris19 HealthCareABC best call in history
@Lizzi_Sims They made the best call! Especially for poor college students like me. And also for 32 million Americans!!
@desertgardens Not just NO, but Hell NO!!
@Brian_McLendon Huge sigh of relief. Thank you SCOTUS.
@thornton_ryan how does this ruling address the COST of healthcare?? That's right...it doesn't!