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Mayor proclaims Nov. 22 as JFK Day

Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown proclaims Nov. 22 as JFK Day.
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown proclaims Nov. 22 as JFK Day.
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Updated: 11/21/2013 10:21 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Mayor Alvin Brown declared Nov. 22 as John F. Kennedy Day.

Friday marks 50 years since the 35th president was assassinated in Dallas.

Brown says the city should honor the life of Kennedy and what he stood for.
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nativejax - 11/22/2013 4:49 PM
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And this JFK crap is just more media 'fodder' covers so Americans won't see or hear the ILLEGAL doings in our White House.

Realchange - 11/22/2013 10:36 AM
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What he stood for was cheating on his wife. Marilyn Monroe thing was long ago confirmed. Seems that Democrats have double standard about morals. Cheating on your spouse is ok, forcing straight people to shower with gays in the military is ok, abortion is good. Wanting to get rid of guns so criminals can rule. Getting rid of 10 commandments is good. A lot values that we should look up to about democrats. In case you missed it sarcasm noted. Kennedy family has history of abusing women it seems but all that is whitewashed.

Truthseeker - 11/22/2013 4:26 AM
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Well, at least he didn't declare it Jordan Davis day.
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