Forms of Gov't


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  • Uhhh, we've got to get uhhh... America...uhhh... back on track
  • We've got to get Colorado in order
  • Uhhh... we coexist in uhhh... an equal but uhhh... seperate state
  • I work out and post pictures of my guns because I am both buff and a gun rights advocate
  • In a federal system, power, represented by a lightning bolt, is divided between the central federal gov't, and the local state gov'ts.
  • In a presidential system, the lightning bolt symbolizes power, and it's shared by the president and Congress. The two groups are separated but equal.
  • The people vote for an official who goes to represent on behalf of the people
  • In the Parliamentary system, the legislative branch appoints the executive branch, having near total control of the executive branch. The legislative branch holds more power, hence the larger bolt.
  • The rich/ upper class holds the lightning bolt, or the power, and the poorer people hold no power to govern.
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