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Sun Mar 17, 2019, 03:12 PM

Ireland's Prime Minister visited the US on St. Paddy's Day two years ago and had this to say...

Timely words from two years ago, even more relevant today.


Ireland's Prime Minister visited the US on St. Paddy's Day two years ago and had this to say...







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Reply Ireland's Prime Minister visited the US on St. Paddy's Day two years ago and had this to say... (Original post)
StrictlyRockers Mar 2019 OP
Karadeniz Mar 2019 #1
BigmanPigman Mar 2019 #2
George II Mar 2019 #3
KT2000 Mar 2019 #4
Miigwech Mar 2019 #5
oldsoftie Mar 2019 #8
Miigwech Mar 2019 #10
IronLionZion Mar 2019 #6
StrictlyRockers Mar 2019 #7
berni_mccoy Mar 2019 #9

Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 03:40 PM

1. We've never been perfect, but we have given hope to many...and delivered to them.

I doubt we symbolize hope anymore.

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 04:24 PM

2. What is going on inside the moron's head in that photo?

"How many brown people can we lock in cages without the news getting out to the public? Note to self, tell Miller to make more cages for the babies" is probably close to the truth.

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 04:33 PM

3. I remember that, it was a direct shot at the dotard but it went right over his teased hair.

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 04:42 PM

4. America IS immigrants

they have the ideals, energy, and belief that fuels this country. How many generations does it take to change that to resentment, fear, and anger? I said this to a trumpster and he nearly blew up.

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 05:05 PM

5. OMG, pence shook hand of the man, that holds the penis

of his husband !!! biblical freakout and mother pence will scold, maybe even spank. LOL

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Response to Miigwech (Reply #5)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 05:53 PM

8. If he's lucky.......

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Response to Miigwech (Reply #5)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 06:00 PM

10. Big time Irish pride

However, after his retirement, his fame seemed to grow. He worked the political campaign trail for his friend Teddy Roosevelt and later James Michael Curley. And his fame inspired the expression: "Id like to shake the hand that shook the hand of John. L. Sullivan."


http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/john-l-sullivan-americas-first-superstar-athlete/

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 05:24 PM

6. And Ireland's current PM is a gay child of an Indian immigrant and Irish woman

so they have their own immigrant and social progress story of today as a place people immigrate to, not from.

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Response to IronLionZion (Reply #6)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 05:29 PM

7. This really is an excellent point.

Ireland's evolution is a microcosm for our own.

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Response to StrictlyRockers (Original post)

Sun Mar 17, 2019, 05:59 PM

9. God Damn has Trump been President More than 2 St Paddy Days?

FUCK!

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