‘Robin Hood’ photobombs Jack Lew during Senate hearing

Chris Moody
Political Reporter
The Ticket

Two men dressed as Robin Hood are attending Treasury nominee Jack Lew's Senate Finance Committee confirmation hearing, and one of them managed to snag a seat in sight of the C-SPAN cameras.

The quiet demonstrators are from a group called The Robin Hood Tax, who advocate adding a new tax on Wall Street transactions.

The age-old merry man seems to be making a comeback this week: Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul name dropped him on Tuesday night in his tea party response to Obama's State of the Union address.

It's only a matter of time before Waldo starts making appearances at these meetings, which are open to the public.