From oral argument today in Alleyne v. United States, Justice Breyer continued to perpetually dissent from Apprendi, a case that gutted the Sentencing Guidelines he helped write.
JUSTICE BREYER: I mean, in the one case you can say all that Apprendi did — it never should have been decided; I mean, some of us thought that — because in fact -
JUSTICE SCALIA: I wonder who that could have been.
Get over it SGB.
I have proposed a rule against perpetual dissents. On the topic, Justice Kagan had interesting thoughts on the purposes behind dissenting.