The oral arguments before the Supreme Court regarding the constitutionally of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have raised speculation within journalists on how the Supreme Court will rule. However, as we have seen in past cases, oral arguments are not representative of a final decision and one should be cautious in jumping to conclusions. “Sometimes, justices may play devil’s advocate. Or, they may want help in framing their own answers,” writes Michael Doyle (2012). As much as journalists and their readers want to understand the inner-workings of the court, we will only know the court’s mindset when it delivers its opinion this June.