Prime example of how our government works.


Something on the lighter side for a Saturday. Always on Watch posted this earlier as an example of how our government works. A prime example and once again, American ingenuity.

From the YouTube blurb:

It is powered by a 1920’s vintage hit and miss engine, and doesn’t do anything except make noise and lots of lost motions.

Title of the display at Cotton Ginning Days in Dallas, North Carolina (October 11, 2014): Scale Model of the US Government:

6 Responses to “Prime example of how our government works.”

  1. My Article Read (2-14-2015) | My Daily Musing Says:

    […] Prime example of how our government works. […]

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  2. Always On Watch Says:

    Thanks for the hat tip and reposting, Bunkerville.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks to you for finding a clip that says it all!

      Like

  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    LOL! What could possibly go wrong with a system which has become so complicated…

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Round and round it goes and ends up nowhere.

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  4. the unit Says:

    My grandfather and father were both known as “watchmakers.” They didn’t make any, but could sure fix’em, not talking changing batteries. When I looked inside a watch movement back then, it looked like the video. But all worked to perfection, even cheap Elgins and Bulovas.
    Now it’s Clockwork Orange and government. Take a stick(sick) selfie, World. Even a broke clock is still broke all day.

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