The 1936 Thanksgiving Proclamation of...

The 1936 Thanksgiving Proclamation of Gov. Wilbur Cross

There are 1 comment on the UConn Advance story from Nov 28, 2013, titled The 1936 Thanksgiving Proclamation of Gov. Wilbur Cross. In it, UConn Advance reports that:

To current Connecticut residents, Wilbur Cross is known for a landscaped parkway and for a building on the University of Connecticut's Storrs campus, both of which bear his name.

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#1 Nov 28, 2013
We studied several of Cross' speeches and proclamations back in school. Couldn't always agree with his politics, but the man evidenced character and dignity.

Compare that to the gratuitous mentions of gun-control and obamacare by the democrat 'skidmark' corrently staining the Office of Governor:

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