When the Constitution gets to the point where it can mean anything the justices need it to mean, it will at once come to mean nothing. We will be living in a post-constitutional America. The three Supreme Court justices that our next president is expected to appoint, if they are liberal, activist judges, will be more than enough to effectively end the era of the United States as a constitutional republic.
President Obama will likely nominate a candidate with a history of judicial activism. When the Senate initially rejects this nominee, he will call them obstructionist. He and much of the media will claim that they are attempting to deny him his Constitutional rights. Of course, this will be after he has exercised precisely that, his right to nominate a replacement for Justice Scalia.
Again, her civil disobedience while principled, forgets the fact that she's a public servant is not free to choose which policies she supports. Perhaps she's simply following the example of sanctuary city mayors, or Presidents with their pens and phones, so maybe her confusion is understandable.
Does Justice Roberts realize that he just made the Court all but irrelevant as a means of upholding the Constitution? Apparently upholding legislation, even horribly written legislation, is more important.