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Getting Out the Irish Vote
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John McCain told the following joke on the stump yesterday. It’s an old one, and I’m not sure what it had to do with anything, but it’s worth retelling (I’m paraphrasing):

“Two guys are sitting in a bar in Massachusetts.One guy offers to buy the other a drink. He refuses, offers to buy it himself. They go back and forth until one gives in. ‘Thank you,’ he says. ‘Where you from?’ ‘Ireland,’ says the other. ‘Really?’ he says ‘I’m from Ireland, too. I can’t believe it. Where you from in Ireland?’ The other guy says, ‘I’m from Dublin.’ ‘Oh! I’m from Dublin, too. Where’d you go to high school?’ ‘St. Mary’s’ says the one. ‘Me too!’ says the other. A guy walks into the bar, sees all the commotion and says to the bartender, ‘What’s going on down there?’ Bartender says, ‘It’s just the O’Reilly twins getting drunk again.'”

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