Rockers vs. GOP: Long out of tune

Evidently Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't have the Beastie Boys' vote. When the actor-politician wanted to use the group's "Sabotage" to promote his March movie release of the same name, the Beastie Boys wouldn't let him. According to the <a href='http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/beastie-boys-rejected-schwarzenegger-request-sabotage-article-1.1812007' target='_blank'>New York Daily News</a>, Michael "Mike D" Diamond, right, with Adam Horovitz, testified during a court session for the Beasties' Monster Energy Drink lawsuit that letting Schwarzenegger use the song would've felt like "too much of an endorsement. We weren't fans of Mr. Schwarzenegger's recent ... work."

Evidently Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't have the Beastie Boys' vote. When the actor-politician wanted to use the group's "Sabotage" to promote his March movie release of the same name, the Beastie Boys wouldn't let him. According to the New York Daily News, Michael "Mike D" Diamond, right, with Adam Horovitz, testified during a court session for the Beasties' Monster Energy Drink lawsuit that letting Schwarzenegger use the song would've felt like "too much of an endorsement. We weren't fans of Mr. Schwarzenegger's recent ... work."