Like a retirement home choir composed entirely of singing Carrie Nations, the Raging Grannies are mad as hell and they're not afraid to channel their anger through song.
According to the official website of Raging Grannies International, "Grannies always check their facts before acting, discarding rumours, conspiracy theories and the agendas of others. They wait patiently till the whole picture is clear before hitting the street with their pointed, original and devastating songs, written by any old gran who feels inspired."
The Raging Grannies may look "like innocent little old ladies," but they only dress that way "so we can get close to our target." Like Todd Akin, whose "Legitimate Rape" remark was ripe for one of the grannies' signature musical satires.
Sung to the tune of "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah," the catchy tongue-in-cheek jingle is a perfect example of the granny collective's superhero-esque motto: "Skewer modern wrongs, satirize evil-doing in public, and get everyone singing about it."