Published on Apr 9, 2012
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When the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the constitutionality of the health care reform law that Congress passed in 2010 (sometimes called "Obamacare"), some pundits (Jeffrey Toobin, Megyn Kelly) and fake pundits (Stephen Colbert) were quick to make dire predictions about the law based just on the questions from the justices on issues like broccoli, but those predictions may be premature as Dahlia Lithwick, President Obama, and I show in this video.
The clips I use of Fox News anchor Megyn Kelley come from a longer segment of Fox News' March 27, 2012, broadcast of "America Live" which I have not found available online.
The clip I use of Jeffrey Toobin comes from a longer segment of CNN's March 27, 2012, broadcast of "CNN Newsroom" available online at http://bit.ly/HKRdMb
The clips I use of Stephen Colbert and Emily Bazelon come from longer segments of Comedy Central's March 28, 2012, broadcast of "The Colbert Report" available online at http://bit.ly/HtxGju
and at http://bit.ly/Hg1ksa
The clips I use of Rachel Maddow and Dahlia Lithwick come from longer segments of MSNBC's March 27, 2012, broadcast of "The Rachel Maddow Show" available online at http://on.msnbc.com/HqMBpl
and at http://on.msnbc.com/I9w1hE
The clips I use of President Barack Obama come from the public domain video of his April 2, 2012 talk at n Associated Press luncheon, available on YouTube at http://bit.ly/HkVDXZ
The image I use of the US Supreme Court's page for downloading audio of its March 27, 2012, oral arguments is available at http://bit.ly/H8QEak
The image I use of my own previous video titled "Fox News Bias on Health Law Constitutionality?" comes from my own YouTube player page at http://bit.ly/pEcdOW
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