Protest protest

I heard recently that several bars are planning on playing loud music during Reverend Storms’ march on Friday, possibly in an attempt at drowning out the protesters? Personally I think this is a bad strategy and will succeed in making so much noise that even OUR message will be lost; the childish equivalent of putting our hands over our ears (in the sand?) and saying “nyah nyah nyah”. I received an e-mail earlier today suggesting the crowds turn their backs toward the march in silence. While not as grande or campy as blasting “Love is in the Air”, I think it speaks volumes while at the same time leaves the Reverend to make fool of himself all by himself. (Maybe a combination of music/back-turning?)

What do you think?