Megan, Megan, Megan. You write:
Earlier I wrote about the King v. Burwell case, which was heard before the Supreme Court today and will decide whether insurance subsidies can be offered on federally run health-care exchanges. Specifically, I wrote that the folks who are screaming that a ruling against the government would deliver a mortal blow to the legitimacy of the court are themselves the ones with a legitimacy problem. “Nice court you have there … it’d be a shame if anything happens to it” is not the tone that responsible citizens should take with one of our most important institutions.
How very non-postmodern of you. They don’t care about legitimacy. They care about authenticity and they’ve got that in abundance. They support the White House’s position, don’t they?