Democrats though simply shook their heads at what Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) described as “dysfunction.”
In this era of division and dysfunction, few politicians are above 55 percent or so.
As far as the drug usage and dysfunction, my own personal experiences with that helped me inform the performance.
How this leads to dysfunction, racial tension, and a skewed justice system.
But the Novack family is a 10-plus on the dysfunction meter.
Washington aside, they don't think Albany dysfunction can get any worse.
The inability of Washington to create a rational budget deal was an obvious sign of dysfunction.
At that point, he could have said something like, "This is the fault of Washington dysfunction."
The franchise has been mired in dysfunction since it was acquired by owner Dan Snyder 15 years ago.
But what Shteyngart describes is the sort of dysfunction that occasionally plagues even the best and most solvent carrier.
dysfunction dys·func·tion or dis·func·tion (dĭs-fŭngk'shən)
Abnormal or impaired functioning, especially of a bodily system or organ.