Our revolution and separation from King George was based on the premise that the government does not have the right to appropriate property of its citizens to use for whatever purposes it chooses, unless those citizens or their representatives agree to the idea. Continued expansion of government for the welfare of humanity was viewed as something that would impose such a tax burden on the citizenry that it would “eat out their substance”. Which is the same thing that Cloward and Piven opined. Except they were for it.
There is no inherent right of the government to redistribute wealth.
For those citizens that differ and would like to have their own property redistributed, I understand that they take checks. They might even name a skateboard park or turtle tunnel after you.