Bogus rumors emanating from the Republic of Ireland are that Irish Special Forces are considering liberating ethnic Irish by special elections in worldwide trouble spots or erogenous zones, though not limited to the following countries: the United States, Belgium, Chili, Japan, Australia, Nigeria, Cambodia, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, Finland, Papua New Guinea, and Texas (please see the United Nations membership for a complete list of potential territorial conquests or countries wherein the ethnic Irish are contained).
Jaye Edgar Hoover has pointed to several key groups of possible sympathizers in the United States that might act as allies on March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) to the alleged liberation of the ethnic Irish: McSorley's Alehouse (NYC), President Obama, the Kelly File, the Boston Celtics, the NAACP, CBS, the Rocky Mountains, La Raza, the Professional Bowler's Association, Candy Crowley, Paddy Murphy's (Bangor, Maine), San Francisco, and most of the Carney family in California.
Be careful: the Irish may look just like you and me...
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