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YES WE CAN
WE ARE GOVENERS
I AM HERE FOR YOU!
HERE IS WHAT WE WANT!
WE ARE THE PEOPLE!
The lightning bolts represent power. The arrows and the black line represent power being divided between central and local governments The central gov is represented by Obama and the local governments are represented by Hickenlooper and two other state governors.
The cheetah represents the executive branch because they are very powerful and the owl represents the legislative branch because they are smart. The two pink lines that make an equal sign represent that the two branches are coequal. The double pointed arrow and the ´X´ represent the that the two branches have the power to block certain actions of the other. The puzzle piece background represents that the two branches are independent but equal.
The people on a town backdrop represent the people. The man in the suit represents a representative. The arrow with the heart and a thumbs up pointing from the people to the representative means that people like the person they represented to represent the peoples wishes and votes in the elections.
The cat represents the central government with all the power. The mice represent all the people and the entire town that follows/lives in that government. The cat is so much bigger than the mice because the cat has ALL the power and is the center of everything and the mice are small and scared of the government.
The cheetah represents the executive branch and the owl represents that legislative branch. The prime minister is in the middle and the arrows represent that he is part of both branches and the kitchen cabinets represent the officials cabinet which are also part of both branches
The circular money signs with crowns represent the people of higher class with more money. The lightning bolts represent power. The square money signs with red x and frowny faces represent the lesser, poor class. Because the lightning bolts are over the sad money signs and under the circle money signs, it shows that the higher class has power over the lesser.
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