"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."I really don't remember anything in the Constitution allowing the Federal government the amount of control over healthcare that the "Obamacare" bill gives it. None of the arguments citing the "necessary and proper" or "interstate commerce" clauses are convincing to me since the logical conclusion of such arguments is that Congress can do anything not expressly forbidden if it deems it "necessary and proper" or if it even remotely affects "interstate commerce" (see the Wickard v. Filburn decision of 1942 for the most horrific abuse of the interstate commerce clause). The 10th amendment, which gives those "powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution" to "the States respectively, or to the people", is utterly meaningless if these two clauses were intended to be as broadly applicable as proponents of Obamacare claim.
Now that both the Executive and the Legislative branches have committed an act which I believe is clearly unconstitutional, I can only hope that the Judicial branch will overturn at least some of it. I suppose I shouldn't really expect that since the Supreme Court is even better known for overstepping its Constitutional bounds. Heaven help us if the states are forced to take action; we all know what happened the last time that was tried.