Mr. Scalia can be quite caustic when he disagrees with something.
It's interesting that neither Obamacare nor gay marriage was held until the last day. There are still three more decisions scheduled to be released this coming Monday. Usually the most momentous case gets released on the last day.
It is possible that this year they simply aren't going to release a momentous ruling on their last day. Maybe they wanted to release the gay marriage ruling on the anniversary of a previous pro-gay-marriage ruling so that the day could become a holiday in the future.
But it is also possible that something big might be coming Monday morning.
One of the three remaining decisions has to do with the EPA placing mercury emission regulations on coal power plants. It seems likely that the conservatives have the votes to temporarily block this by saying that the EPA "did it wrong" and has to start over and redraft their regulations from scratch. This does not seem like a potentially earth-shattering case.
Another of the three decisions has to do with state ballot initiatives that block gerrymandering by putting the drawing of congressional districts in the hands of a non-partisan committee. No clues how it will turn out. If the Supreme Court were to rule in favor of gerrymandering that might make waves, but hardly on the scale of the gay marriage ruling.
The other decision is to do with the new death penalty drugs that are causing those botched executions. Also no clue how it will turn out. The only way this case would be more momentous than the gay marriage ruling would be if they abolished the death penalty completely. That seems like a long shot, but I guess it is hypothetically possible.
In any case, I'll be glued to the headlines on Monday all day just like I was on Thursday (and for the same reason), so I'll be able to post notice if something big happens.