By Mike Lillis
Rep. Jared Polis (D-Col.), a successful Internet entrepreneur, has offered to help Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) track down the staffer who published an anti-gay slur earlier in the week.
Asked Friday how tough it is for Chambliss to locate the culprit, Polis said, "It's extremely easy."
"We know which computer it came from — all you need to do is look at the browser history," Polis told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Friday. "And if one of them erased their browser history, boom, you've figured out who it is.
"It couldn't be easier," Polis added. "If they can't figure it out, I will go down there myself and do it for them."
The controversy swirls around a bigoted comment — "All [gays] must die" — posted to a gay advocacy blog on Tuesday. The comment — published in response to Democratic efforts to repeal the Defense Department's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy — was traced back to one of Chambliss' offices in Atlanta.
The Georgia Republican, who's referred the matter to the Senate Sergeant at Arms, has suggested the offending staffer will ultimately be fired.