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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
Oh I did, and no you don't. Learn the law baby cakes
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Ewan MacKenna
Facts like these that show you can qualify for citizenship through your grandparents? Or just made up "facts" that suit you, baby cakes?
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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
Oh buddy, that's not he granny rule. The granny rule is for NON citizens. It's very simple honey bunch.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
Not that simple as most of those under the granny rule would be entitled to citizenship but didn't go through that process for whatever reason.
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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
But now you admit it's because they're not citizens. Getting there Ewan, fair play.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
I don't think I ever said otherwise.
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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
Except you did. About a number of citizens who qualify as citizens, not under the granny rule. Heaslip, Dillane etc
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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
And then patronized about needing a Venn diagram.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
I said they qualified as Irish through their parents. Had their parents not been Irish, they wouldn't have been.
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Ailbhe 12 Nov 17
Yes and that's NOT the granny rule.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
Thus it was an example of the importance of lineage and not just place of birth as they absolutely should be lining out for us.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
You're very precious for someone who entered this by calling mean muppet.
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Ewan MacKenna 12 Nov 17
I was talking about the importance of lineage as why the granny rule is a good thing.
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