Suppose Oracle won this dispute in every conceivable way and Google either decided not to pay them for use of their patents, or Oracle refused to grant them a license on any terms.
Android would likely get properly open sourced and "relocated" to somewhere sensible, and it's use in the USA would effectively become illegal, a bit like Cuban cigars, but less important.
What could demonstrate the stupidity of US patent arrangements more eloquently? I'm sure Apple would lower their prices so as to allow disadvantaged mobile FaceBook users and similar to enjoy the advantages of "smartphone" ownership (joke), and the US government would take no interest, in the same way that they aren't investigating the patent posse who're after Google's "unencumbered" video codec - Hoho.
Meanwhile, back on planet earth, the rival armies of lawyers are probably already working out a deal that'll be good for everyone except consumers.
At the end of the day, do any none-beneficiaries actually give a tuppenny toss?