Here's what the anti-illegal immigration yahoos like Michelle Malkin just don't get: your brand of fiery rhetoric concerning illegal immigration is ignorant and doing more harm then good for the cause. Just ask Tom Tancredo, who just tried running for President on anti-immigration platform and was recently forced to drop out because his approach was both bullish and unrealistic.
For starters, carrying the burden for decades of lax immigration laws in today's world when millions upon millions of legal and illegal immigrants have helped build this country is both unfair and a waste of time. And it only caters to extremists on the right side of the aisle absorbed by their own paranoia rather then working on any sort of compromise that can still lead to better border security as well as enforcement of immigration laws that are already in place.
Plus, when it comes to dealing with illegal immigration the Malkin's of the world refuse to look in the mirror. After all, to understand illegal immigration is to understand the existence of a massive wage and standard-of-living gap between the United States and its immediate and most populous neighbor. And then there is the increasing demand for cheap labor in the United States (due in part to the fact that they really will do the jobs that many Americans won't do).
Then too, refusing to listen to any sort of compromise on the issue while consistently pointing out cases of illegal immigrants breaking laws is just the sort of evidence needed for the "summary removal" mentality that the Malkin's of the world have if you were to place them under a lie detector. Or perhaps more notably, it wouldn't be possible without creating mass detention facilities capable of processing them all for deportation. After all, even illegal immigrants are given due process under our system of laws even though the Malkin's and her ilk of course, would prefer it if we thought otherwise.