They're all a nameless, faceless, blob
YOU ARE VISITING THE OLD MALKIN(S)WATCH. THAT'S FANTASTIC. PLEASE VISIT THE NEW MALKIN(S)WATCH WHEN YOU GET A CHANCE. Even when Malkin makes a relatively supportable point - that undocumented aliens working in sensitive military areas poses some problems, Malkin can't resist taking it too far:
It's comforting to see that lawmakers are finally realizing the dire national security consequences of turning a blind eye to illegal aliens working in sensitive areas.Well, she must be talking about serving in sensitive, national-security related positions, right?
Maybe the pols can start getting worked up now about illegal aliens serving in the military. With the White House and Pentagon's blessing.
For crying out loud.
Plata argues that she should be spared punishment for fraud, and be spared punishment for violating our immigration laws, and be spared for deceiving the U.S. government because she served honorably in Iraq. A lot of soft-headed, open borders sympathizers agree with her.Zero-tolerance Michelle. This, by the way, is the same woman who said this about the UAW parking fiasco:
As Lt. Col. Joe Rutledge, commanding officer of the battalion's active duty instructors, told the Detroit News in this morning's edition:Well, Plata served in the Air Force, but the point is the same: Malkin is right to be concerned about espionage, about the ability of people to enter the military under false pretenses. But the legitimacy of her point is dwarfed by her clear, pervading message: No illegal alien is remotely capable of redemption, regardless of the reason they came or what they do when they get here."You either support the Marines or you don't."