The surplus of government jobs that will be created with Barack Obama as president. Used to desribe the large government that will result.
-Why does it take three government employees to do that easy job, it seems superfluous.
-Well I guess that's what happens when you're living in a Barackracy
The bureaucratic policies, emphasizing excessive layers of non-elected government officials (Czars), as put forth by the administration of President Barack Obama.
With the appointment of all the czars, the government has turned into a giant Barackracy.
A combination of Barack Obama and bureaucracy. To be used when discussing his political agenda.
Barackracy claims to bring change to Washington.
The national political paralysis stemming from the election of the first African-American president of the United States.
While the country was mired in the worst recession since the Great Depression, fear-mongering Republicans maintained a Barackracy by creating many artificial roadblocks designed to prevent enactment of the comprehensive health care reform needed so badly by so many.
noun. A regime of governing that does everything backwards to the detriment of the citizenry.
When he was elected to office, John promised to work for the people. Instead, he wound up imposing a barackracy in which nothing gets done.
Mary believes in government by the people, for the people, of the people, and not government by, for, and of the government. In other words, Mary opposes a barackracy.
The government under the current Presidential administration, whereby the President knows all and knows what is "best for the people".
I thought we lived in a free republic, but apparently it's more of a Barackracy.
The systematic dismantling of the United States of America's Constitution.
The current Executive Branch of the Federal Government apears to be involved in a Barackracy