Should homeowners' associations take money from the richest in the neighborhood and give it to the poorest?

They could do it by way of graduated homeowners' dues. The poorest homeowners would pay nothing and receive "aid" from the HOA, while the owners of the biggest homes would pay 97% of the total.

Then we would have neighborhood-level egalitarianism...if socialism is the greatest system in the world, then it must be great on every level, including the neighborhood level, right?

Sound like a good idea?

dude i fell out of my chair laughing. excellent point
That's a cute idea.

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