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WHICH ROBIN HOOD DO YOU PREFER?

Which Robin Hood do you prefer, the traditional Robin Hood who takes from the rich and gives to the poor or the new Robin Hood who fights for limited government and the Magna Carta?

  • The traditional Robin Hood
  • The Robin Hood who fights for limited government and the Magna Carta

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Read Ed’s May 17  Column ROBIN HOOD – A Role Model for Conservative Politicians

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4 Responses

  1. Willy P says:

    Erroll Flynn was my favorite Robin Hood, but that’s before I knew what a liberal was. I’m no great fan of Russell Crowe, but Ridley Scott’s version of Robin hood is a welcome addition to onging series of movies. I imagine someone will still be making Robin Hood movies or holigrams 800 years from now. I just hope Scott doesn’t attempt a sequel. That would put Robin and Marian back in the forest stealing from the rich.

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  3. mattvolke says:

    It’s tough. I wish there was one in the middle. I wrote a review on the latest film at themoviebros.wordpress.com

  4. Tim GARRATT says:

    I prefer the newest one! Crowe is great!!

    Nottingham is trying to get Robin back into the town, see here
    http://timgarrattnottingham.co.uk/2010/07/12/the-sheriffs-commission-12-months-on/

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