judge in the case also owns a lobbying firm employed to overturn Health Care Reform. The judge's ruling was simply good business.
Pay-to-Play is how the American judicial system works nowadays. From the open hand policy of Antonin Scalia, to the million dollar buys of West Virginia judges, to lowly justices of the peace it seems all judges have their fingers in the pot.
Impartially interpreting the law without fear of favor? Come on, how naive can you get. Being a judge nowadays can be a gold mine.
They don't even work hard at being corrupt. Their lazy-assed rulings don't even pass the sniff test. They don't care as long as they get paid.