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Robin Hood didn’t rob, he committed Acts of Love

Robin Hood didn’t rob, he committed Acts of Love

The classic rephrased by Jeb Bush:

Robbing from Committing Acts of Love on the rich and giving to the poor”

Spotted in Ithaca, at the mall parking lot.

(Yeah, you can feel sorry for me.)


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I’m a big Robin Hood fan. King John’s tax collectors were taking all the wealth from the farmers taking their bank accounts and confiscating their cars (stored grain and mules).

Robin Hood returned the seized tax collections and returned them to the people who had earned it in the first place.

    BannedbytheGuardian in reply to The Classical Liberal. | April 7, 2014 at 5:56 pm

    Robin Hood Robin Hood ,
    Riding through the glen ,
    Robin Hood Robin Hood ,
    With his. band of men ,
    Feared by the bad ,
    Loved by the the good ,

    Robin hood , Robin Hood Robin Hood .

    🙂 🙂 🙂

Rob was a counter-redistributionist, although most Collectivists are too blinkered to get that, and they like the “robbing” part.

He and his band went Galt before that was even cool.

And let’s remember that he was armed.

Just call him Lovin’ Hood.

Contrary to Jeb Bush’s blather, most illegal aliens don’t come to the U.S. as an “act of love,” — instead, they come here as an act of economic self-interest. And who can blame them? After all, if you’re a poor foreigner and a nearby country’s government is giving away its citizens’ money by the truckload and refusing to secure its borders, who wouldn’t try to take advantage?

We Americans understand why so many poor illegal aliens come here. What we don’t understand is why so many corrupt U.S. politicians, who claim they represent our interests, actively aid and encourage the foreigners’ plundering of our treasury.

“Hi, I’m from the government, and I’m here to commit acts of love on you.”