When Barach O'Bama immigrated to the U.S. in 1997 from Dublin, Ireland, he never expected the crap that's come his way over the past 2 years.
This is his story.
"I'm a nice Irish fellow, kinda like a tall leprechaun, who came to this great USA and to me maternal grandparents where they live in Forest Hills, Queens. Then, this here dark fella pops out from somewhere in this big land and he's a runnin' to be a President!
I tell ya, good Irish folk at the Police, Fire, Health, and every department in this city, except for the Mayor, the Heb, that there Bloomberg, takes good care take care o this town.
"So, I happen to have an American cousin Burt Bacharach, a Heb, too! Sure, the composer! So, I gets to get the name Barach O'Bama. First name shortened a wee bit and O'Bama a goin' back about 600 years, mind ya, and meaning, some from the swamps...A wee bit more! And, I knew you would ask, so I checked with me grandma, but the original O'Bama, not that Afro-shmafro copy, the sound is so sweet...O'Bama translates from the Gaelic, 'He who relieves himself with great piss on moist soil after drinkin' a good giant urn o Guinness!' There's that translation too about the swamps, understand? When ye take many a leak, ye gets a bog! There's where the cranberies are a comin'...from Irish piss! Not a blog! A bog, you geeks! At least, that's what granny told me. Now, I never have known her to be wrong, be she's still an old beer fart!
"Now, ever since that imposter O'Bama come a primary dancin,' me life has been like the crapper. Cursin' me, paintin' Irish Go Home on granny's house, and other things you call shits. Well, I hope that McCain wins, a real Blarney name, not Afro Obama, unfit for any Irish gentleman. But that Halfrican O'Bama with the mark is just a fakin' it! Besides, you ever seen a black Mick? Better be McCain. Now, I can vote 'cause some black-colored boy, name Jerome, come by here, so I could register to vote 8 times mind ya. That's a wee bit sweet and I thank y'all!"
Be sure to give to the Four Leaf Clover Boys this year. Remember corned beef and cabbage every St. Paddy's Day! Only, $18.95 per Leprechaun! And the same for the lassies...and the ladies, too! I just love that joke!