The Jackasses have just made our financial/economic problems exponentially worse.
That is, unless we get redress from the judiciary. There is ample reason to justify such redress: How is it that Congress has the power to compel citizens to buy a particular good or service while compelling other citizens to sell it to them at a loss? If this doesn't violate the Tenth Amendment, just what would? What, exactly, is the point of the Tenth Amendment if no obvious violations of it can ever be admitted to exist? What protections does it afford if it can never actually result in nullification of Congressional action?