Starks Hayter became a citizen of Ireland on the 13th of February 2009 (Day 451).
He worked and trained every day, and become active on the Irish Forums. There he made the errors of prompting citizens to make a formal apology to Zagarius, a US immigrant who he felt had been treated unfairly; and supported a controversial movement for a referendum on ESA membership. He began to gain trust and support from other citizens when he became a congressman. There, he proved to be very active. His first bill was reasonably received and passed. He has also served as Party president for the ISRP and Ministers of New Citizens, Information, and Finance an Industry; and President of Ireland.
Starks is considered to be one of the top citizens to emerge from the 'Baby Boomer Revolution'. The Baby Boomer Revolution was a period from January 2009 to early March 2009, where many citizens joined Ireland each day. Severin is another top citizen to emerge from this time. To 'pull a Starks' is to run for an elected position with little experience, and to beat the competition by a wide margin.
In November 2009 Starks Hayter re-emerged into Irish politics, announcing his candidacy for the upcoming Party president elections in his old party, now under the name of the Irish Social Democrats. This was met with mixed skepticism, amusement and support for the former impeached President.
In his first month, he ran for Congress in the Southeast and was voted in. He is responsible for the bill, Referendum Policy and Referendum Organisation in response to a call for a referendum over the issue of ESA membership. He has been active as a congressman, discussing and voting on every issue and law in his term.
Minister of New Citizens
When Top Gun won the Irish presidency, Starks became a member of the Cabinet as Minister of New Citizens. He has been answering questions and has written several articles to help new citizens in Ireland.
Starks ran for the position of Party president for the Irish Socialist Republican Party in April 2009. Every other candidate for the role, Kiemar, Sean Greene, Thomas Page and Kevin Hutchinson, were older and more experienced citizens. Starks became the youngest Party president in Ireland by a week. In his first congress election as Party president, 17 of the 19 of his party's candidates to apply won seats, breaking the party record and making his party the one with the most seats in the country
Despite heave allegations against him in May that he was in fact not socialist, and was letting the party drift center-right, Starks took a second term as Party president, beating candidates Theus Jackus, binksy, Thomas Page and Leon Boneparte.
Starks ran unopposed in June and decided shortly thereafter that it would be his last consecutive term as Party president
Minister of Information
Starks became the Minister of Information when Nithraldur took his second term as President. His job consisted of releasing articles informing citizens of various events in Ireland.
In June, Starks led a very successful campaign with Aran Tal as the running mate. Starks and Aran led a five-party coalition known as the Alliance of Change against incumbent Nithraldur, and Starks lost his first ever election by a mere 19 votes.
Minister of Finance and Industry
Starks took one of the top jobs in the Irish cabinet, as MoFI. His job mostly consists of regulating the government-owned State Companies, as well as regulating Ireland's finances and private industry.
President of Ireland
Running a second time, with the same running mate, Aran Tal, and many of the same policies, Starks managed a victory over incumbent Nithraldur in July. During his term, he went inactive during a turbulent time and cited much Irish criticism.
Starks Hayter co-owns an organisation with Blair Kelly, Aspiration Org, which currently owns a Q1 Weapons company, Aspiration Arms. Arguments started over the org, as Starks felt Blair was not pulling his weight and was interfering in company business. In June, with the prices of weapons crashing, Starks found it difficult to sell weapons. He closed Aspiration Weapons and decided to buy a Gifts company in the Philippines, which has yet to open
Starks also started business with fellow entrepreneurs, Carter Malloy, binksy and Mannimarco. Offaly Enterprises at the time owned a Q1 moving tickets company and a Q2 oil company. Starks had a disagreement with his co-investors shortly afterwords and left the group.
Starks owns a newspaper, The eIrish Review, and has posted some successful articles to date. Most notable of which was an article entitled The Low Quality of Irish Media, which received 44 votes and yielded the newspapers first subscribers. He has also used his newspaper for political platforms and for his work as Minister of New Citizens, Irish Department of Information and Irish Department of Finance.
Starks also controls the ISRP Press Office.
Starks enrolled himself in the Irish Defence Force in the 1st Semi Mechanised Division but was unable to become involved due to political activity. He later rejoined, in Division 10. He has fought in the war games between the United States of America and Ireland.