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To: Libloather
From the NYT:

Impeachment Rules Say Senate Must Act, but Its Act Might Be a Swift Dismissal


This birdcage lining newspaper chooses to write: “The fusty rules of the Senate make clear that Republicans could not unilaterally stonewall articles of impeachment of Mr. Trump …….”

Being the crappy, stab in the back paper they are they used the word “fusty”. LOL

FUSTY -- smelling stale, damp, or stuffy, "the fusty odor of decay", stale, stagnant.

The NEW YORK TIMES needs to be burned to the ground.

13 posted on 10/02/2019 3:39:31 AM PDT by a little elbow grease (... to err is human, to admit it divine ...)
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To: a little elbow grease
From Merriam-Webster Dictionary Online:

Synonyms & Antonyms for fusty


fetid, foul, frowsty [chiefly British], frowsy (or frowzy), funky, malodorous, musty, noisome, rank, reeking, reeky, ripe, smelly, stenchy, stinking, stinky, strong


ambrosial, aromatic, fragrant, perfumed, redolent, savory (also savoury), scented, sweet

NYT Speak:

The aromatic rules of changing whistleblowing allow hearsay.

82 posted on 10/02/2019 8:39:32 AM PDT by Alas Babylon! (The media is after us. Trump's just in the way.)
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