During a domestic flight, one of the flight attendants started making rather annoying praises of them being a fan of Disney and Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse' birthday, and asking whether anyone was going to visit Disney Land after arriving at LAX, which not a single person seemingly was. This continued for at least 5 minutes (or what seemed like eternity), over the PA system. He also mentioned his success of converting the other flight attendant to become a fan, and of his quest to convert the third one as well.
I was distressed of being subjected to this instance of an unexpected commercialism out of nowhere. If I knew I'd be subjected to 5 minutes of various praises for one of the most commercial objects to have ever been created, and the most hated character in the context of public domain sabotage (Disney heavily lobbied for copyright term extensions), I might as well have not have taken this very flight. From where I come from, one of my friends refused taking his girlfriend to Disney World, because of the negative connotations of Disney within the copyright world, so, it was very disappointing of having to endure the praises.
Is there any recourse? I was thinking about chanting, "SAY NO TO COPYRIGHT TERM EXTENSION LOBBYING FROM DISNEY", but I wasn't sure if that would have been allowed to do within an airplane or not. What would be the best course of action? Do flight attendants have an unlimited leeway of forcing the passengers to listen to their gibberish that are completely unrelated to their duties?