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Poster themes and chant lyrics from SUV Action Day June 2
07 Jun 2001
A sampling of the posters and anti-SUV chant from SUV Action Day June 2.
Poster Themes:

Stop Driving Global Warming
Seriously Unnecessary Vehicle
Spewing Unclean Vapors
Smog's Ultimate Victory
W. W. J. D. -- What Would Jesus Drive?
Ford Extinction, No Distinction!
Test Drive Your Feet, Walk Away from SUV's
Have You Hugged Your Exhaust Pipe Today?
Clean Cars Now!
SUVs: Unsafe for Children and Other Living Things
Save the Glaciers
SUV = Global Warming
Buying a Car is the Most Important Environmental Decision You Make this Year
Your Car Purchase Affects Our Children's Future
High MPG Cars Rule
And of course: Adbusters' "What was that bump?" (

Chant Lyrics:

Call-response (to the tune of a military marching chant):

Chevy Lincoln Mercury

Want to sell you an SUV

Lots of things that they can do

Like making lots of CO2

You can drive it through the mud

When the rivers start to flood

Well I don't need no SUV

Riding a bike is fine for me

I don't need to burn no gas

My two wheels go mighty fast

I don't need no four-wheel drive

That's just advertising jive

I want cars that are safe and clean

Not some gas-guzzling machine

I don't know but I've been told

The ice is gone at the North Pole

Global warming ain't no fun

So don't buy a car that weighs a ton

I just came out here to say

There's got to be a better way
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