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That settles it then

Since President Obama is just one of many millions of Americans who can claim Irish ancestry, he's American!

Crowds lined the streets in Moneygall - which has just 300 residents -
to welcome the Obamas to the village that was home to the president's
great-great-great grandfather, a shoemaker.


Just the one slight 'bump' in his visit so far....

President Obama's stop in Ireland hit a snag when his armored car got stuck on a ramp leaving the U.S. Embassy in Dublin.. Devil

Mark

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(NT) So, he's a Zapatero too?
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Well, his great great great grandfather was.

What was your great great great grandfather?

I have no idea what mine was. I think he may have been exported to Oz. Happy

Mark

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