So said Seattle University law professor (and former U.S. Attorney) John McKay last night at a forum on the constitutionality of the new health care law.

What McKay meant was that, by challenging the law in court, Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna and others have set up a juicy legal conflict for scholars to debate and discuss. (Though there wasn't much out of last night's panel to change the consensus view that McKenna's case isn't going very far.)

Watch the full discussion, in all its erotic glory, here: