About James Pat Guerréro

James Pat Guerréro writes this political blog as ThursdayMan. He practices fiscal responsibility, efficient government, and the civil rights respect for all the people. Moving from the construction and insurance industries, he’s building and insuring good American politics. James Pat Guerréro is a “To Be Real” Republican and Conservative based on the principles of tradition, family, and property. As a Republican he believes Republicans should appeal more to the poor, the youth, and the young adults. He believes Republicans should represent the working American.  As an entrepreneur, he believes that being out of work is a real risk, which occurs to himself as well.  Thus, he believes the American government is responsible to a limited degree to legislate, execute, and adjudicate good laws that insure jobs opportunity for all.

He writes on most political events concerning Congressional, Judicial, and Executive branches of the United States federal government and the 50 United States branches of government.


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    January 7, 2009


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    TALLAHASSEE — Governor Charlie Crist today announced the appointment of Hillsborough County Circuit Judge Marva L. Crenshaw to the Second District Court of Appeal.

    “Judge Crenshaw is a distinguished jurist of high integrity. She has served as a role model of fairness and hard work not just in legal circles, but in the community, where she speaks to youth groups about the importance of education,” Governor Crist said. “With her nearly three decades of experience handling a variety of cases, I am confident she will make a wonderful addition to the Second District Court of Appeal.”

    A lifelong Florida resident, Crenshaw, 57, has served as Hillsborough County Circuit Court judge since August 2000. Previously, she served as Hillsborough County judge beginning in 1989. She was an assistant state attorney for the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office from 1976 to 1978 and served as attorney and deputy director for Bay Area Legal Services in Tampa from 1978 to January 1989. Judge Crenshaw earned a bachelor’s degree from the Tuskegee Institute in 1973 and graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1975.

    Crenshaw will fill the vacancy created by the appointment of Justice Charles T. Canady to the Florida Supreme Court.

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    via http://www.flgov.com/release/10441

    Commentary: Dear Ginethea McDowell,
    I based my decision to recommend merit retention vote “NO” for Judge Marva L. Crenshaw on her appointment by the left-leaning Gov. Charlie Crist. When I was personally interviewed by Gov. Crist for filling a vacancy seat on the Collier County School Board, I was one of the top contenders for the position, but the Governor chose Roy Terry who is supported by the teachers union. I didn’t know these things when I applied.

    I defended your right to vote. I hope I have provided value to you by providing information to make your proper selection. Thanks for the comment.


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