All Americans should be able to provide a definition for the U.S. government’s balance of power. The founding fathers wisely divided the government’s power both vertically and horizontally as a way to protect its citizens from tyranny.
“[America’s balance of power] was a genius idea from our founders,” says Michele Bachmann, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives. “What it says is this: We can’t trust any one person with power. … They saw how dangerous it was to concentrate all power in one individual, and so they divided power. They understood human nature.”
Bachmann explains and gives a definition for America’s balance of power in this insightful video. She explains:
• How America balances its power horizontally from local to state to federal government.
• How America balances its power vertically with the executive, the legislative and the judicial branches of government
• The overall responsibility of each branch of government
• Why it takes all branches and levels working together to make the U.S. government work
• The need for each branch to remember its role and not veer away from it
• Why America’s form of government is so strong.
To learn more, watch this video, Things You Need to Know about America’s Balance of Power by Michele Bachmann. Also visit kcm.org to watch more Believer’s Voice of Victory episodes on Faith for Our Nation with Pastor George Pearson, Bishop Keith Butler, Michele Bachmann and Christian political activist David Barton. Don’t miss them!
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