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Coheed And Cambria gently rock Justice Scalia’s dissenting opinions

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Conservative-leaning pundits and Republicans aren’t the only ones who found deep, poetic meaning in Justice Antonin Scalia’s recent dissenting opinions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and same-sex marriage. Funny or Die filmed prog vets Coheed And Cambria stitching together phrases such as “impossible possibility,” “pure applesauce,” and “jiggery pokery” into an earnest ballad driven by an army of acoustic guitars. The gentle lullaby is surprisingly poignant, despite being rooted in abject hatred for liberal policies and antiquated discrimination. Download the song here, or watch the performance video below.


Coheed and Cambria Sing Justice Scalia’s Dissenting Opinions from Funny Or Die

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