Remember this?

So, which one is it, Spartacus? “Get up in their faces” or “a revival of civic grace” ?

Maybe we should ask his imaginary BBF, T-Bone.

Via CBS News.

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker says the country needs a revival of “civic grace” as he enters a potentially stacked presidential primary by throwing his name into the 2020 race. He told “CBS This Morning” on Monday that what his career has shown is that “when you bring people together…you can get things done that make a real difference.”

Elected to the Senate in 2013 after serving as mayor of Newark, New Jersey for more than 7 years, Booker said that he’s had a “very unique political path” which has forced him to run toward some of the “toughest problems” facing the country….

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Is Booker going to explicitly denounce the Obama 2012 political ad that had Paul Ryan push Grandma off a cliff?
    Seems same as when Dems win, It’s our Way, and when they lose, Time for Bipartisanship Coming Together.
    I Am Dear Abby.. is Not Full of Grace.

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