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The President of Ireland eviscerates Tea Partiers as ignorant wankers

Higgins was at the University of Illinois when I was. This rant has gone viral with over 2,000,00 hits. Here is an article.

Plunging into a debate, he suggests Ireland has not yet been defeated by Political Correctness. And to the degree I know Ireland in the wake of several trips there with my best friend McHugh, it never will be. There are a great many ignorant wankers in the US who need to be called out, and a lamentable shortage of politicians with the balls to do so.

Thanks for the link to John McHugh, born and raised in County Sligo, educated at Indiana University in Bloomington.

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