For the second time in three years, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday swung across the liberal-conservative border and saved Obamacare - and in the process health coverage for roughly 6 million people. In retaliation, he's been branded Enemy #1 by conservatives, who have been calling him a traitor - or worse.

Roberts joined the 6-3 majority in deciding federal subsidies for Americans in 34 states that didn't set up their own health care exchanges were legal, Business Insider reports. The digs started with conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, who said in his dissent that the law should now be called "SCOTUScare."

Media Matters reports that Quinn Hilyer of the National Review called Roberts a "disgrace" in an attack on the justice after the decision was made public. In a brief post to The Corner, Hilyer called Roberts "results-oriented, "ruling on big cases based on what he thinks the policy result should be or what the political stakes are for the court itself."

Dan Gainor of the conservative Media Research Center went on a Twitter rampage, calling Roberts a "scumbag" and accusing him of corruption, saying he cares more about "what journalists and historians write about him than the actual frikkin' law."

Andrew Napolitano, judicial analyst on Fox News, said Roberts undermined his credibility, reaching "bizarre and odd contortions in order to save this statute twice. The court is now in the business of saving a statute in order to save its reputation," according to The Blaze.