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Robin Hood

A tale of compassion, equality, and righteousness.


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Robin Hood was a fox of small size, who believed in the peoples rights. He was a righteous character who stood for the ninth amendment, which was the protection of the peoples rights.


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The city Robin Hood lived in was called Freedomia, which was inside the county Democracia. This country had a cruel and evil leader, who ironically enough was elected democratically. The issue was the voting age was set at age fifty, and the old people kept voting for the same old leader.


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This cruel leader's name was Knitler. He was a small, knitted man who enjoyed being mean and always had a knot in his heart. He forced people to house his soldiers. He sometimes searched homes, and punishing people for no reason just because he could. This hurt the people that lived in Democracia. Life for Robin Hood and the people looked dull and dim.


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Robin Hood wanted to change that. He decided to protect the peoples freedom of speech, which was the first amendment, and the fifth, which is the right to life ,liberty, and property.


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Robin Hood tried to protect these rights by use of the second amendment, which gave Robin the right to have weapons. His weapon of choice was his handy dandy bow and arrow.


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Robin hood attacked Knitler's castle, which was built by the peoples money. He did this in response to Knitler's repressive rule. Knitler gained the ability to be so mean by abusing the tenth amendment, which protected the states rights. He would make a bunch of crazy rules that would hurt the people of Democracia, and then put these rules under the states of Democacria. This protected these rules.


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Robin Hood's weapons had no affect on Knitler and his friends. Robin Hood soon realized he would need to attack by use of legal matters. So Robin Hood and his posse decided to sue the state and Knitler. Knitler was an unhappy bundle of yarn.


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Robin Hood and his friends were sueing Knitler not only because he was taking away their rights, but also because he would tax the people of Democracia through his friends who would create these taxes for him. He could do this because of the sixteenth amendment which lets his friends make and collect taxes.


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Robin Hood went after the state so that Knitlers friends couldn’t interfere with the with the case, this was due to the eleventh amendment. The seventh amendment states that in a court case one needs to sue for $20 or more, so Robin hood sued Knitler for all his money so he could give it to the people of Democracia. The seventh amendment also let the case be tried by a jury.


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The evil Knitler also put on a tax for those who wanted to vote for the leader of Democracia. Robin hood and his friends couldn't make a difference because they couldn't always pay this tax.


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Robin Hood was starting to make a progress in the case, and the people of Democracia started to see a change.


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After many months of complaining Robin hood got Knitler's friends to stop getting so much money from the people of the country. This lead to the twenty seventh amendment, which limited Knitler's friends pay.


This amendment made it impossible for Knitler to bribe his devious “friends”. Therefore they had no reason to pass his taxes.


With out the support of Knitler's wallet, His so called “friends” changed their minds and decided to help Robin Hood and his righteous path to help others.


These “friends” then created the Third amendment, which, said Knitler can't put his soldiers is peoples houses. Then they created the fourth amendment, which stopped Knitler's random searches, as well as creating the Sixth amendment, which said Anyone who was arrested by Knitler had rights.


They also created the eighth amendment. This amendment stated that Knitler couldn’t harshly punish the people of Democracia. Lastly these “friends” created the twenty fourth amendment, which got rid of the poll tax. So now even the poor could vote!


But the old were still voting for Knitler. So Later on the “friends” created the twenty sixth amendment, which let younger people vote too! Now everyone could vote, the poor, the young, everyone!


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In the end Robin Hood lead Democracia to a beautiful path, where everyone was happy and dancing in flowery fields! Except Knitler whose every fiber was filled with rage.


Cites ●

Pictures:

http://www.ideachampions.com

http://www.mariettainjurylawyer.com

http://cttbusa.org

http://www.oil-and-canvas.com

http://www.southdacola.com

http://www.art.com

http://minsophia.edublogs.org/

http://www.arcticrefugeart.org

Http://www.glogster.com

http://www.tumblr.com

http://sivers.org

lyingdrumkit.deviantart.com


Outside sources ●

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEFyuw8j_vA

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/middle_ages/robin_01.shtml

http://www.thefreemanonline.org/columns/the-government-as-robin-hood/

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