Jeff Crouere

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Jeff Crouere is a Conservative political commentator in the Greater New Orleans area.[1]

He has held several positions within the Louisiana Republican Party, formerly including executive director. In 1995, Crouere unsuccessfully ran for a seat at the Louisiana Legislature against Democratic incumbent Mitch Landrieu.

Crouere is an explicit opponent of what he has called the "socialist agenda" of Barack Obama; when Glenn Ellerbee expressed strong opposition at a 2009 meeting in Reserve, Louisiana, to Barack Obama's healthcare proposals, the "comments were greeted by thunderous applause from the enthusiastic crowd" as described by Crouere.[2]

Crouere has broadcast on WTIX, WSHO, WTAE[disambiguation needed], WLAE, WGNO, and WGSO.

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  1. ^ Thus Crouere is in a genre which includes Donna Brazile, Jim Carvin, Ru Paul, James Gill, and John Maginnis.
  2. ^ Jeff Crouere, "The honeymoon is over for President Obama" in Northshore Conifer, 2009 August (Vol. 3 No. 8), p. 33.

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