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(and perhaps some auxilary "ilks") ponder what will happen tomorrow, Monday the seventh day of
BC Bloggers 2010
In such an uncertain, low-return world, five-year Treasury investors of both ilks seem willing to risk a negative real return in exchange for perceived safety.
Treasurys Tip Negative Kelly Evans 2010
A few weeks ago I posted up a list of 21 tips for writers of all ilks.
The final proof came that the Ferraro era was over when Sarah Palin mourned the passing of Geraldine Ferraro, mourned Ferraro's passing as though the two were comrades-in-arms, blithely ignoring the fact, and the implications of the fact, that the two are of two different ilks: Ferraro being for women, as well as of women; Palin being, at best, a caricature of a woman who cares.
Feeling pride in ones culture and roots is obviously acceptable, but, unfortunately, leaders of all ilks easily exploit these feelings in order to obtain blind support for highly questionable objectives.
But that said, the one thing I am proud to see is that the majority of Americans are at least no buying DICK Cheney and his ilks bull$hit about PRESIDENT Obama being soft on protecting our nation.
The 2008 elections spoke so clearly: America does not listen to Rush Limbaugh, Lou Dobbs, Tancredo annd the xenophobes, demagogues of the south with their ilks in the Senate and the House.
It would be the perfect tripod to have for understanding the ilks of slavery, Gautami.
Lookee-Here! ____Maggie 2008
Semites of all ilks are loving, passionate, proud and caring.
Many of Clinton's supporters are core Democratic members of various ilks; this group has been shrinking for decades.