Robin Hood Understood

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I recently watched the 1938 film Robin Hood, with Errol Flynn, Olivia de Haviland, Claude Rains, and Basil Raethbone in the major roles. It is the perfect film for understanding the purposes behind the 2nd Amendment. Robin and his “merry men”  understood the importance of the Sherwood archers being armed up to the same level as the government’s archers; that their liberty depended on  being able to match force for force.  Robin knew what the collectivists would not want others to know, namely, that persons confined to the use of pointed sticks and stones for their protection against the superior-armed sheriff and his gang was no defense at all.

7:53 pm on February 5, 2013