S.C. gubernatorial candidate — and current U.S. Congressman — Gresham Barrett has finally found his Election 2010 campaign niche and he’s milking it for all it’s worth: he’s leading the charge to keep Gitmo detainees out of the brig in North Chuck.

And frankly it was the boost the Upstate Republican needed to win the hearts and minds of the red meat crowd; for months now, he’s been criticized for supporting the TARP bailout by the Teabaggers and 9/12vers, who’ve taken over the GOP in the Palmetto State.

Now, he’s bought a new domain to show everybody just how strongly he feels about the possibility of a Gitmo transfer: WWW.KEEPTERRORISTSOUTOFSC.COM. The domain name goes directly to an online petition urging President Obama to not authorize the transfer. The letter reads:

Mr. President:

The people of this state have already made it abundantly clear that any plan to move terrorists to our soil is unacceptable. I strenuously object to the potential transfer of known terrorists from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to any federal or state facility inside the State of South Carolina.

Furthermore, we believe bringing known terrorists to South Carolina endangers our state’s citizens and makes them potential targets for future terrorist attacks.

I strongly urge you, Mr. President, not to transfer any more of these known terrorists to American soil and I would support any legal or legislative remedy opposing terrorist transfers to the State of South Carolina.

According Network Solutions, the organization that overseas domain name registration, Under the Power Lines, the firm handling Barrett’s web operations, bought the domain at 4:15 p.m. today.