Shortly after the Supreme Court announces its decision on Obamacare at 10 a.m. Thursday, Twitter will melt down in a fiery ball of rage and jubilation. Wednesday night on Twitter, journalists, political wonks, and people who think they're funny began to make other SCOTUS predictions — about matters that aren't on the docket because the court doesn't rule on issues like Michael Steele's moustache. (We brought you earnest predictions on Obamacare earlier.) ABC News' Jake Tapper got the ball rolling and it's taken a turn for the mildly disturbing.
6-3 thomas dissents in case Godilla v Mothra, Kennedy concurs then changes mind, then changes it back again #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 28, 2012
8-1 holding that "man dates" are protected by the Constitution. Scalia resigns in protest. #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) June 28, 2012
8-1, sad about Nora Ephron. Clarence Thomas dissents. #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) June 28, 2012
Kennedy calls in sick, court splits 4-4, decision goes to penalty kicks #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Joshua Green (@JoshuaGreen) June 28, 2012
8-1 to reinstate Michael Steele's moustache #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Andrew Stiles (@AndrewStilesWFB) June 28, 2012
Close 5-4 that Sunffaluppagus is not imaginary. Thomas writes majority opinion. Reveals childhood trauma. #otherSCOTUSpredictions— ilyse hogue (@ilyseh) June 28, 2012
Scalia stands & gives a 90 minute oration on the historic tastiness of the Taco Bell Doritos Locos Taco Supreme #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Drew Cline (@DrewHampshire) June 28, 2012
#otherSCOTUSpredictions 6-3 ObamaCare shall be known by its Latin name -- RomneyCare— LOLGOP (@LOLGOP) June 28, 2012
SCOTUS unanimously empanels 2-man commission of Michael Steele & Lanny Davis to design new nat'l health care system #otherSCOTUSpredictions— Alex Burns (@aburnspolitico) June 28, 2012
9-0 holding Bronies a protected class under equal protection. #otherSCOTUSpredictions— amaeryllis (@amaeryllis) June 28, 2012
We brought you earnest predictions on Obamacare earlier, but ABC News' Jake Tapper got the ball rolling and it's taken a turn for the mildly disturbing.