Two men were ejected from a Rick Santorum rally held in Illinois on Friday for kissing each other, the Algonquin Patch reported.
The men were ejected from the rally by guards as the crowd, estimated at 2,100, chanted “U-S-A.”
“I don't think the message should be about what my sexuality is,” Tross told the site, which is owned by AOL. “It's the message that he's saying about sexuality that matters.”
“We feel it is important to counter Santorum's anti-gay hate, to set an example to students,” Matt Muchowski said. “Rick sends a message of bullying, but we want high school students to know that other alumni send a message of equality.”
Last year, vandals attacked Christian Liberty Academy for hosting the Americans for Truth About Homosexuality's annual banquet honoring evangelist Scott Lively with the group's American Truth Teller Award.
Illinois voters head to polls on Tuesday.
Source: On Top Magazine