Yup. It's bad.
... Justice Roberts's opinion provides a constitutional road map for architects of the next great expansion of the welfare state. Congress may not be able to directly force us to buy electric cars, eat organic kale, or replace oil heaters with solar panels. But if it enforces the mandates with a financial penalty then suddenly, thanks to Justice Roberts's tortured reasoning in Sebelius, the mandate is transformed into a constitutional exercise of Congress's power to tax.
That's right. Justifies forcing you to pay a tax for not doing something/buying something if Washington deems it so.
Justice Roberts too may have sacrificed the Constitution's last
remaining limits on federal power for very little—a little peace and
quiet from attacks during a presidential election year.
Given the advancing age of several of the justices, an Obama second
term may see the appointment of up to three new Supreme Court members. A
new, solidified liberal majority will easily discard Sebelius's limits on the Commerce Clause and expand the taxing power even further.
Horrible. Another Obama four years and the states will be turned into simple bureaucratic apendages of an all-powerful central government.