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How the US Government is like Rock, Paper, Scissors
Transcript of How the US Government is like Rock, Paper, Scissors
By Aidan Cline and Parker Robinson
Rock, Paper, Scissors vs
Rock - can defeat scissors but is defeated by paper
Executive branch can veto a bill but a veto can be overridden by the Legislative branch
Paper - can defeat rock but is defeated by scissors
Legislative branch can make a bill a law but the Executive branch can veto a bill (President refuses to sign it)
Scissors - can defeat paper but is defeated by rock
Judicial branch can decide whether or not a law makes sense. If a law doesn't make sense to be a law (in the eyes of the Judicial branch), it is rejected
The President (head of this branch) can veto a bill
1) President and Vice-President
2) The Cabinet
Cabinet includes secretaries of:
And many more!
Made up of the federal court systems.
1) US Supreme Court
2) US Court of Appeals
3) US District Courts
Decides the meanings of laws and whether or not they were broken
Can make a bill a law. Watch this: http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=299951
2) House of Representatives
Legislative can override a veto with a certain amount of votes
Checks and Balances
The system of checks and balances is a part of the constitution.
It lets the three branches share the power evenly.