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Ron Paul Revolution in the Big Bend


John and Elaine Schwerdtfeger, owners of the popular Alpine store, host meetings every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. to discuss the political situation and their support of Ron Paul, Capitalism, and how to maintain our way of life.

In addition, every day from noon to 1 p.m., the Schwerdtfeger family, John, Elaine, Page, and Scarlet, stand with signs on the corner of 6th and Holland, one of Alpine’s busiest intersections, especially at that time of day. They hold signs and wave at passersby and cars as they honk their horns in support. And people join them in their “Revolution Lunch Hour” as they call it.
They feel everyone needs to do something to preserve our Republic and this is how they can contribute.

Reading their signs will tell you they are in clear support of Ron Paul for President, Capitalism, the Constitution, and the American Way of Life. Other signs demonstrate their opposition of Socialism, Communism and other “isms” contrary to our American traditions.


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