This week, Justice Antonin Scalia finally commented on colleague John Roberts’ ObamaCare decision.

“I was disappointed it came out the way it did,” he said, the first time he expressed his displeasure with the surprise Roberts decision.

But he said Tuesday night during an address to Smithsonian supporters, “I don’t work for him, and he doesn’t work for me.”

Justice Scalia is being kind. Roberts’ contorted logic on ObamaCare makes a mockery of reason and is an affront to freedom.