Rand Paul: Put John Roberts on His Precious ObamaCare Senate firebrand proposes constitutional amendment By Kevin Spak, Newser User Posted Sep 23, 2013 12:52 PM CDT 200 comments Comments Rand Paul speaks on Capitol Hill in this file photo. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) (Newser) – Looks like Rand Paul hasn't forgiven John Roberts for declaring ObamaCare constitutional. The Kentucky senator says he's pushing a constitutional amendment stating that no federal employees would get special exemptions from laws—which, he tells the Daily Caller, would kick government employees off their taxpayer-subsidized health plans, and into the same ObamaCare exchanges as everyone else. "My amendment says basically that everybody including Justice Roberts—who seems to be such a fan of ObamaCare—gets it too," Paul says. "See, right now, Justice Roberts is still continuing to have federal employee health insurance subsidized by the taxpayer," Paul continued. "And if he likes ObamaCare so much, I’m going to give him an amendment that gives ObamaCare to Justice Roberts." His move follows David Vitter's attempt to pass an amendment that would do much the same thing for members of Congress and their staffers, which, according to Politico, has been unpopular even among Vitter's Republican colleagues.