These militant environmentalists are using the same tactics of fear and violence that better-known terrorist groups use to intimidate America. The SUV Owners of America (SUVOA) and members of Congress need your support to stop eco-terrorists.
Across the country in 2003, the ELF left a path of destruction in its wake - from small towns in Pennsylvania to wealthy areas in California. And they aren't just out to get SUVs. Some of their assaults include:
Bombing car dealerships from coast to coast
Setting homes on fire in San Diego and Indiana
Vandalizing farms across the country
Spray-painting SUVs with phrases like "Fat, Lazy American"
Vandalizing a Wal-Mart south of Indianapolis
Blowing up a ski resort in Colorado
Setting off homemade bombs at biotech and cosmetics companies
Thankfully, some of our elected leaders want to stop these domestic terrorists. Representative Chris Chocola, R-Ind., introduced the Stop Terrorism of Property Act after the ELF blew up nearly a half-dozen SUVs that were produced in Rep. Chocola's district. Rep. Chocola's bill seeks to punish any form of eco-terrorism and anyone who "intentionally damages the property of another with the intent to influence the public with regard to conduct the offender considers harmful to the environment."
Your help is needed to make the bill become law. Act now to protect your freedoms. SUVOA is a non-profit consumer organization with more than 20,000 supporters.