Here are my predictions for what will be said if (yeah, well: when) the Supreme Court rules Obamacare unconstitutional:
Mr Obama: Congress should... mutter, mumble, act... mutter mumble...
John Boehner: I got nothing, no alternative. You're on your own.
Eric Cantor: Nope, nothing here, either. Get a job!
Fox News: A glorious day! You can now go bankrupt because your kid got the measles!
Ayn Rand: Even though I depended on Medicare, I'm still dead!
Mitch McConnell: Good, we can get on with the most important task of making sure Obama is a one-term president
Sean Hannity: A glorious day! I have always endorsed your right to go bankrupt because your kid got the measles!
Glenn Beck: ... Yeah, well. His tinfoil hat got in the way of the microphone and electrocuted him. His hair will be fine.
Mitt Romney: A glorious day! Now Anonymous Insurance Companies can force you into bankruptcy because your kid got measles and they can also decide if you live or die! Hahaha!
Megyn Kelly: Cackle, cackle... A glorious day! I've always endorsed your right to go bankrupt because your kid got the measles!
Ordinary person: Thanks to that load of blithering idiots in Congress, I can't even go bankrupt to get out from under the medical bills we incurred when young Jimmie caught measles that my insurance company was supposed to pay, but denied because my spouse forgot to declare that she had a pre-existing condition called "living" on that million-page insurance form they sent us.
If just the individual mandate is removed:
Everyone else: What the hell? How am I going to pay for insurance now?
(Kentucky saw their insurance rates go up 40% when the state implemented a "must insure" law, but didn't bother figuring out how to pay for it. New Jersey's rates are similarly high - because insurers can't turn you away, and as a result, the healthy and honest end up paying for the freeloaders.)