Bil Browning

Courage Campaign Flashmobs Bachmann

Filed By Bil Browning | September 18, 2011 2:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: Courage Campaign, flashmob, Marcus Bachmann, Michele Bachmann

Friday evening the Courage Campaign staged a flashmob before Michelle Bachmann's speech to the California Republican convention. Seventy-five folks showed up to sing and dance to Madonna's "Like a Prayer" to protest Bachmann's ties to ex-gay therapy.

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Starbucks always has the most amazing product placement...

Thank you, Bil! Awesome FlashMob. I hope Bachmann saw them!!

I hate that version of Like a Prayer, it lacks the pathos of the original.

Well ... it does beat glitter.

They picked Madonna's "Like A Prayer" when they could have selected Lady Gaga's "Born This Way"? ... Oh well, to each his or her own ... while they're reaching back into history, maybe the next flash mob will sing a Gregorian chant.

But it was fun, it made it onto the local news ... however, if we think things like this will prevent America from electing an anti-gay president, we are seriously deluding ourselves.

It was a hoot for being something different ... had I been there, I might have joined in myself ... but let's not make a habit of it.