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Michelle Malkin didn’t get ter­ri­bly ex­cited about news re­ports that Repub­li­can Sens. John McCain of Ari­zona and John Cornyn of Texas got into a pro­fan­ity-laced ar­gu­ment two weeks ago dur­ing ne­go­ti­a­tions for an im­mi­gra­tion bill sup­ported by Pres­i­dent Bush and Sen. Ed­ward M. Kennedy, Mas­sachusetts Demo­crat.

“So, open-borders sell­out John McCain cursed out Sen. John Cornyn. Yawn,” the syn­di­cated colum­nist wrote at Michelle­ “I didn’t get all worked up about it. You know why?

“Be­cause when it comes to [ob­scen­i­ties], no ob­scene ut­ter­ance com­pares to the Ge­orge W. Bush­backed, RNC-backed, Kennedy­con­spired, fan­tasy-based amnesty pro­fan­ity un­leashed on con­ser­va­tives and the coun­try.”

Michael Con­nor/The Wash­ing­ton Times

Po­lit­i­cal com­men­ta­tor Michelle Malkin said she “didn’t get all worked up about” pro­fan­i­ties ex­changed by Sens. John McCain and John Cornyn over the im­mi­gra­tion bill.

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