Via The Hill:

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) on Tuesday dubbed the 67 House Republicans who voted against legislation to help meet flood damage claims from Hurricane Sandy “the bath salts caucus.”

“It’s the same 67 over and over again,” he told Current TV host Stephanie Miller. “It’s the bath salts caucus, the people that would rather eat your face than cut taxes on the rich.”

The remark was a reference to an incident last summer in which Miami police shot and killed a homeless man whom they caught eating the face off another man. At the time, it was speculated that the cannibal was high on bath salts, although toxicology reports later showed that wasn’t the case.

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