ilk - definition of ilk by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.ilk: Noun
a type or class: three or four others of the same ilk [Old English ilca the same family]
USAGE: Although the use of ilk to mean a type or class is sometimes condemned as being the result of a misunderstanding of a Scottish expression of that ilk, it is nevertheless well established and generally acceptable.
that bhkad is really something else!
I will assume they don't get any money under the table from Israel and I still want them banned--as well as any other groups lobbying for a foreign Nation.AIPAC is not a foreign organization. It is an American lobbying group supported entirely by American citizens who want their views heard. Apparently you didn't read the thread.
I'm half German, how did it look for German Americans who rallied and supported Germany during pre WW1 and preWW2? Did those Germans have support from non-german Americans? Nope. Not at all--just the opposite, we must stop giving Israel preferred treatment and forget this ridiculous "I can do it" because I have dual-citizenship. How does one acquire dual-citizenship anyway?
During the Vietnam draft era many American Jews went to Israel on a "religious exemption" clause, I'm presuming they had dual citizenship? It's so ironic isn't it, the talk of defending a Nation and going to another Nation to avoid service--gotta get more consistent guys--you want of talk of Hippies avoiding the draft? Get consistent guys.