Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Hobby Lobby Dissent Has Turned Into A Song (Video)

by Alexia LaFata

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is very disappointed with the Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, which made corporations not responsible for paying for a female employee's birth control.

She wrote a 35-page dissent expressing such disappointments, which you can read here if you have the attention span.

If you don't, you can watch this video by YouTuber Jonathan Mann, who shortens the dissent and tells you what's important. And it's brilliant.

Mann discusses how the government has no say in whether or not a woman chooses to use contraceptives, and how it's not right to deem one religion as better than another in a quest for a Christian take-over.

Here are some notable lines from the song:

The court I fear Has ventured into a minefield Slut-shaming geezers And religious extremism

"Slut-shaming geezers." "Religious extremism." This song is perfect.

H/T: Jezebel