1. A form of government in which the true power lies in the hands of committees who dictate policy and bureaus that carry them out, with little accountability to the constituency.

2. A form of government, the authority of which is not so much to accomplish anything, but to obstruct accomplishment by anyone else.

3. The form of government that the United States of America really practices while the politicians distract the constituency.
Many nations and corporations are governed as bureaucracies.
作者 Downstrike 2004年6月05日
-a nation of politicans making and enforcing so many rules and laws that you can't do anything w/o breaking one
the United States has become a "bureaucracy"
作者 newfy777 2009年2月14日
They lost my application for 6 months and informed me I start in 2 weeks. Admissions blames the department and says I should take up my now late grant status with them and the department blames admissions... fuck this bureaucracy and its' circle jerking glory
作者 pubdragonmonkey 2010年12月29日

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