No, Virginia. There is no Santa Claus.
And there never was.
Nor is there a Robin Hood. There is a robbing hood right now, but we will come to that.
You see, Virginia, a Supreme Court Justice during the Roosevelt Tribunal unconstitutionally said that we cannot mention God in polite company. You see, the First Amendment protects our right to worship the Christian God in the fashion that we believe so long as those beliefs do not interfere with the Christian beliefs of another. That is because we were founded as a Christian country. In fact that is why some colonists, called Pilgrims, came to this country.
They taught in schools something that never would have occurred to and would be abhorrent to the so-called founding fathers. A separation of Church and State. They also taught something else. They taught that the government is supposed to take care of you. They do not tell you that they will only take care of you so long as you are able to produce for the elite as slave labor.
Parents and teachers are now only to promote a false Santa Claus instead of giving the glory to a living God. They do not tell you the truth about the Santa "Clause." Santa is not a producer. He produces absolutely nothing. So if he were real, he would have to steal from people who are producing to give to those who do nothing. This is against the laws of God. Do you see why they had to get rid of God? The problem is that there comes a time when the production thiefs outnumber the producers. When this happens, you have to do what Santa Claus says---that is be good according to his definition of good---or you will not get food, housing, water, health care and any of the other things that Santa says that you deserve to get from him. That is called economic slavery.
There is no Robin Hood either. Robin hood may have been an amalgam of several people. The difference is that when he robbed from the "rich," the rich never went to the Sheriff of Nottingham and said, "I feel so good. I gave to the poor today."
The problem is that today, "rich" is defined today as a non-politician who works hard and makes enough money that he decides to go into business for himself. Someone who creates jobs and helps to build America. Also anyone who works and makes $35,000 and up. If you're lazy and want only to "occupy" something, you are called poor.
The idea, kids, is to get you to worship stuff. iPods, Kindles and laptops instead of what is really important. The idea is to keep your mind off of Liberty and freedom. Now freedom does not mean---and has never meant---the ability to do anything that you want. You do not, for example, have freedom to take from another. You do have the freedom to ask another for help.
As Thomas Jefferson put it, "No man has a natural right to commit aggression on the equal rights of another, and that is all from which the law ought to prohibit him." You have a Constitutional right to own property that YOU purchase, for example. You do not see that in the Constitution? Refer to the Ninth Amendment. Allodial title to property was a cornerstone of society for the founding fathers. That is, private property that cannot be taken away whether it be real estate, your television, or your gun. No clause or amendment of the Constitution was intended to interfere with your rights to private property at all.
No, Virginia, there is no Santa Claus. Santa would not owe you a thing if he existed. Your neighbor owes you nothing. And the government cannot give you anything because they produce nothing. They can only steal from you. And nothing in the Constitution gives them that authority.
You have a right in the Constitution to Life, Liberty and the PURSUIT of happiness... Not the guarantee thereof.