Loudon makes Congress

September 14th, 2009 at 11:00 am by David Farrar

’s blog research on now resigned Obama official Van Jones has been quoted in the US House of Representatives.

That is impressive work. Few bloggers get quoted in their own country’s legislature, let alone an overseas one.

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10 Responses to “Loudon makes Congress”

  1. Angus (536 comments) says:

    Trev is a top bloke alright.

    Here he is on US Blog Talk Radio discussing Van Jones et al. [Trev's voice sounds similar to John Key's actually !]

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/VickyNissen/2009/09/07/Obama-and-His-Cronies

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  2. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    Agree with Angus.

    Trevor Loudon is doing the work the useless traitorous mainstream media used to do before they were turned into a pathetic cowardly front for Progressivism.

    I’ve been a fan of his for years and great to see him finally getting some credit for all of the brilliant work he has done.

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  3. philu (13,393 comments) says:

    the kiss of death..from redbaiter…

    phil(whoar.co.nz)

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  4. Rodney (12 comments) says:

    Trevs friend is another trougher…

    “In 1990, Burton introduced legislation that would require the death penalty for drug dealers. “We must educate our children about the dangers of drugs,” Burton said, “and impose tough new penalties on dealers.” In 1994, son Dan Burton, Jr. (Danny) was arrested while transporting nearly eight pounds of marijuana from Louisiana to Indiana. Just five months later, while awaiting trial in that case, police raided his Indianapolis apartment and Danny was arrested again for growing thirty marijuana plants. Police also found a shotgun in the apartment. Under federal law, Danny faced a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison just for the gun, plus up to three years in prison under state law for all the marijuana. Federal charges were never filed, and Indiana prosecutors got his charges dismissed. In Louisiana, he wound up receiving a mild sanction: a term of community service, probation and house arrest.”

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  5. dimmocrazy (286 comments) says:

    Interesting Rodney, all troughers are the same in the end (as we witness here daily), but what’s that got to do with Trevor Loudon’s work? I’d say he is doing a very good job exposing all these commies that are a real threat.
    Personally, I’d rather deal with a crooked politician who is in it for the money, than with one who doesn’t care of money, but who is only driven by ideology (Robespierre, Marat, Hitler, Lenin, Mao, Komeini, Pol Pot). It’s the second group who cause the casualties, the first group tend to end up as casualties themselves if you open up the system a bit to let some sunlight in.

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  6. SBY (120 comments) says:

    How depressing.

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  7. Fatal Paradox (10 comments) says:

    Trevor Loudon is certainly a dedicated blogger. However his open espousal of a “conspirational view of history” (eg the fall of the Berlin Wall was just an elaborate communist subterfuge) and obsession with Obama’s alleged marxist credentials are hardly worthy of support from any *sane* political commentators (right or left) – about the only thing Loudon’s blog actually is good for is comic relief!

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  8. Grant Michael McKenna (1,152 comments) says:

    Trevor Loudon hasn’t fingered me as a crypto- Marxist yet, so clearly he isn’t completely paranoid…

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  9. Offshore_Kiwi (557 comments) says:

    Dimmo (1.17 pm):

    Personally, I’d rather deal with a crooked politician who is in it for the money, than with one who doesn’t care of money, but who is only driven by ideology (Robespierre, Marat, Hitler, Lenin, Mao, Komeini, Pol Pot).

    You forgot one…Clark

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  10. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    “about the only thing Loudon’s blog actually is good for is comic relief!’

    Its so good to see communists putting their prejudices aside and providing really unemotional and objective opinion. Of course, Trevor’s blog is so comical it was actually at the forefront of bringing down one of the Obama administration’s Czars.

    And if one wants to see a blog that is the epitome of elegance culture and good taste, you can forget about Fatal Paradox, which is about as inspiring as observing a bunch of frat boys holding a farting competition.

    Aren’t opinions fun??

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