Not the same
Back to the OP, I am actually more disappointed the Irish Rovers are denied their place in history.
Just kidding. No offense to those who like Enya. I don't mind her myself.
Provisional Sinn fein?
a) having an Irish passport because your dad lived there until he was two
b) being one of 21 people included on a list of famous Irish people
Furthermore, to say that a person can never have any nationality besides the patch of soil where they are born seems pretty small-minded to me.
What I'm saying is that there are better examples of an Irish saint than Patrick - just as there would be better examples of an American musician than John Lennon. You could even include a third question in 20 about a woman, in the form of St Brigid.
Trying to answer that rather banal point by getting on a moral high horse about assimilation of immigrants is at best problematic when it comes to St Patrick.
Your idea about including more women is on point, but it does nothing to support your case against St Patrick.
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