So, the Pauls don't like government, we get that, even though they both have found it convenient to collect paychecks and socialized medicine reimbursements from the U.S. Treasury. But it's one thing to want change, another to advocate anarchy.
From Rand Paul's Senate website:
"Just because a couple people on the Supreme Court declare something to be 'constitutional' does not make it so. The whole thing remains unconstitutional. While the court may have erroneously come to the conclusion that the law is allowable, it certainly does nothing to make this mandate or government takeover of our health care right," Sen. Paul said.Elsewhere on the site, Paul posted the U.S. Constitution, which says in Article III (after vesting judicial power in "one Supreme Court" and other courts) that, "The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States" and treaties, maritime cases, "Controversies" and other things having quaint but annoying capitalization.
Wonder which sections of the Constitution he thinks are worth following.