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"I Dissent" - Coheed and Cambria Sing Justice Scalia's Dissenting Supreme Court Opinions [Funny Or Die YouTube Performance Video]

Brad Bershad

by Brad Bershad

Published July 01, 2015

Coheed and Cambria have been known as a progressive metal band, but now they're covering a conservative judge. Check out their hilarious new song for Funny or Die, made up entirely of excerpts from Justice Antonin Scalia's dissenting opinions on recent Supreme Court cases regaring the Affordable Care Act and Same-Sex Marriage. The song actually works on multiple levels, as a wistful emo acoustic ballad and as a satire of a dissenting judge who uses words like "jiggery pokery" and applies questionable logic to the law.

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Source: Funny or Die YouTube

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