Americans tend to be very critical of the governmental bureaucracies because we consider it a slow and inefficient process of government; mainly due to bureaucracies having no competition, their purposes not being clearly defined, and bureaucratic pathologies.
When we think of bureaucracies, we think of a process that needs to be changed. We have had many presidents that promise the reform of bureaucracies, but many have tried and failed. Within our society we are critical
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have. They have taken one step forward, but there always seems to be two steps taken backwards for every one forward.
What seems to be the most logical reason why we as Americans do not favor bureaucracies is simply because they are too slow a process and are too costly. And when we can find someone who can change that, is the day we get the best president we've had is a very long time.