This is a rush transcript from "The Five," June 27, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: The Supreme Court rules on ObamaCare tomorrow, which is great news, especially for wags like me who every day had to relentlessly cover something nobody bothered to read, including its authors, before they try to pull the wool over America's eyes and changes us into Europe.
Not so fast, sunshine. It was a long, tough road for me. If anything, I hope that ObamaCare covers OPTSD, or ObamaCare post-traumatic stress disorder. I've got it and it's given me a rash on my back that resembles the head of Nancy Pelosi.
If only there was a montage that reminds us how we got here, maybe with some cheesy music.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, 2008: We have a healthcare system that only works if you're healthy and you're wealthy.
OBAMA, 2008: If we're going to make real progress, this time, we've got to do things differently.
OBAMA, 2008: Forty-five million fellow citizens have no health insurance. This simply cannot continue.
OBAMA, 2009: I Barack Obama do solemnly swear --
REP. NANCY PELOSI, D-CALIF.: We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.
SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS HOST: You said those death panels.
SARAH PALIN, FORMER ALASKA GOVERNOR: It's a commission. It's a bureaucracy. It's bureaucrats who will ration care.
VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: This is a big (EXPLETIVE DELETED) deal.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The government doesn't have a right to take our money!
SEN. TOM COBURN, R-OKLA.: Eighty-eight new government programs. We're going to see tens of thousands of new federal workers.
REP. JIM CLYBURN, D-S.C.: Every person in America will benefit from it.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Health care for everyone! It's a human right!
MITT ROMNEYM R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: We're going to return the responsibility and the authority to the states for dozens of government programs. That will begin with a complete repeal of ObamaCare.
OBAMA: I'm confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be unprecedented, extraordinary step.
PELOSI: You have to have the mandate in order for this to work.
ROMNEY: If ObamaCare is not deemed constitutional, then the first three-and-a-half years of the president's term will have been wasted on something that has not helped the American people.
JAY CARNEY, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: We await the Supreme Court decision as does everyone. But while we do, we continue to implement the law.
GUTFELD: I was getting coffee.
So, Eric, that was three-and-a-half years. What was the high point for you?
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: Honestly, I think high point was the little sound bite, the town halls and the Tea Party. That was really where the Tea Party was born -- on the heels of, not only the stimulus but also the majority of the Tea Party gatherings, about the town halls on health care.
Once that started, think of what happened since then. They got -- they flipped the House of Representatives in 2010, went Republican, 80 people flipped because of the Tea Party.
Look, that's the most important part for me. We have 17 hours left. Less than 17 hours. Man, it's -- we're all watching.
GUTFELD: You know, Bob, he raises a good point. It created a cascade of actual hope and change that President Obama didn't expect to happen. Where do you see this going?
BOB BECKEL, CO-HOST: Well, I mean, there's no question that people got out -- the opposition got out in front of Obama on this and the administration. And they won the message game. The message game set a precedent for making ObamaCare negative and people don't know what it is.
It also did -- I agree with Eric -- it brought the tea people in. And, you know, who I think have been one of the more destructive forces in American politics for years.
GUTFELD: Unlike "Occupy Wall Street"?
BECKEL: Yes. I think they're fine. The tea people --
GUTFELD: Yes, remember those Tea Party guys tried to bomb a bridge? Oh, wait, sorry. That was "Occupy Wall Street."
Andrea, talked about the, you know, how the law was made to look bad. Wasn't that the administration's fault, because they didn't, they weren't prepared. They didn't read it. And everybody started to see the negative consequences.
ANDREA TANTAROS, CO-HOST: They didn't read it. And they didn't approach it the right way. I don't buy that they did a poor job selling it.They actually did no job selling it. Remember, they passed it and it was so radioactive, you haven't heard the Democrats talk about it at all. Then they started to throw political goodies in there, like the HHS contraception mandate which they thought would help them win the women vote.
But before that, you have heard not a peep from Democrats on this bill. And I think there have been a lot of low points, not high points on it. Low points, premiums have gone up nine percent. CBO has said the cost of health care is going to go up. Two-thirds of small businesses --