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Angry Republicans Vow to Bring Down Arizona Senators McCain & Kyl. Michelle Malkin Moans About "Criminal Illegal Aliens."

Reported by Marie Therese - May 26, 2007 -

The immigration bill currently wending its way through Congress has caused an upheaval in the anti-immigrant wing of the Republican Party. On Thursday (May 24, 2007), during an interview with Neil Cavuto, one of Cavuto's favorite guests, Michelle Dallacroce, founder of Mothers Against Illegal Immigration, went so far as to cut up her Republican Party membership card. Fellow guest "Buffalo" Rick Galeener of United for a Sovereign America said that, if this bill passes, there will be a new American civil war. Both guests vowed to work to unseat both of Arizona's Republican Senators. In a subsequent interview Michelle Malkin droned on and on about the need to deport incarcerated illegals. With video.

As she cut up her card, Dallacroce said "I don't want to be a Republican. 50% of nothing is nothing. Same thing. So these Republican party people - Democrats - anyone running for Presidency, if you don't say what you mean, you will get taken out of office, too, because that's what we're gonna do here with Senator Kyl and McCain." Rick Galeener followed up by saying that he had already taken his name off the Republican roll and was now registered as Independent.

Later Dallacroce told Cavuto that shortly after she called for a protest, members of the Republican Party called and asked her to cancel. According to Dallacroce, the Republicans have been having secret meetings with Chris Simcox (founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps) and others in secret. This angered her. "We need to have transparency," she said. "I don't think it's right to have secret meetings with this special group or that special group. All of the people of Arizona should know what's going on." Galeener chimed in to say that all of the Presidential candidates had better pay attention, in light of the fact that Arizona had already passed four initiatives by 75%.

In the next segment Michelle Malkin offered what has become her very predictable screed against illegals. However, she lacked her usual brittle edginess and seemed subdued. Perhaps the vehemence of the preceding guests dampened her spirits.

To be really honest, it's kind of nice to watch the normally monolithic GOP suffer the slings and arrows of an outraged base!