Florida Democrat uses digusting photo to deny he is ‘nose slime’

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Florida Congressman Alan Grayson (D) wants everyone to know that he is not a “piece of nose slime,” so he sent out an email, complete with this incredibly disgusting visual to help make his point.

Nothing will grab someone’s attention more than a crying kid with a 3-inch booger hanging from his nose.

Why would he do such a thing? It turns out Joe the Plumber (his real name is Samuel J. Wurzelbacher) used the “nose slime” reference to describe Grayson after an alleged domestic violence incident earlier this month.

Mediaite reports that Grayson decided to fight back in a fundraising email, in which he goes on the attack against Wurzelbacher by calling him a “dim, dopey, dense, doltish and deficient star.”

Here’s a look at the email he sent out:

Via Mediaite

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