RUSH: They had oral arguments, Supreme Court on King v. Burwell, the subsidy case, Obamacare, and it comes down to -- I'm not kidding you. The argument, at least as the Drive-Bys, as the Drive-Bys assess the hidden deep meaning in oral arguments yesterday does "state" mean just "state." It's all about the state exchanges being the only place you can get a subsidy. You can't legally get one at a federal exchange. The federal government is not allowed to set up an exchange. They did anyway when the states didn't. So now the argument before the court: Does "state" just mean "state," does "state" mean the entire government apparatus or does it mean one of the 57?