Tea Partiers held a rally Saturday in Greenville, South Carolina, and look who they found to beat up on:
"Look, I'm a tolerant person. I don't care about your private life, Lindsay. But as our U.S. senator, I need to figure out why you're trying to sell out your own country. And I need to make sure you being gay isn't it."
That would be Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), of course. The speaker, who's not identified on the YouTube clip, goes on to say: "I'm going to take some heat about that on Monday. You can count on that." A commenter on the clip suggests that it's William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration who's doing the gay baiting.
Proving once again that they'll share a stage with just about anybody, conservative Republican leaders turned out for the rally, too. Gov. Mark Sanford, Sen. Jim DeMint and Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer all spoke that day, reports the Palmetto Scoop.
There's more. Former Colorado representative and Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo hit the birther note about President Obama, telling the crowd: "If his wife says Kenya is his homeland, why don't we just send him back?"