I’m not a supporter of GMA (and I will never be), but I do not agree that she should step down from her post. GMA resigning would mean that the no-brainer Noli de Castro will be the 15 th President of the pitiful Philippine Republic – and that’s the last thing I would dream of. But if the Filipinos would prefer to add another episode to the never-ending EDSA Revolution series, then Mrs. Susan Rocks-Poe would take over her post.
What’s wrong with Noli and Susan? Noli de Castro is a well-known Lopez crony, and if he will become a president our Mer alco bills will be as high as the Lotto Jackpot prize. And besides, he doesn’t have any leadership qualities nor the mind to rule a country. He being a vice-president and senator is even unacceptable. And Mrs. Poe is just the same. Let’s face it: a president should be someone with at least a college degree.
Mere sales clerks are required to have such educational attainment, why not require it to the highest post on the land? The problem in this country is the fact that the electorate can easily be charmed with a ridiculous circus performance during the campaign period. Charisma will never fill our empty stomachs. So if GMA stepping down would result to Ka bayan or In day being our next president, then I think it would be a bit better to stay with GMA – unless Ping Lacs on is one of the options. It’s like choosing the lesser between two (or three? ) evils as they say. Yet, Mrs. Arroyo should still be responsible for the alleged cheating she did last 2004 Elections.
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Sorry would never do it this time (maybe because we are not as holy as God? ) because anyone who committed crimes did not get away with what they did just because they apologized. I don’t know if she will ever turn into a good president but she could at least lessen the burden we are shouldering. Why not abolish E-VAT and work instead on the revisions of Oil Deregulation Law and Wage increase? The Filipinos have sacrificed enough; it’s time for their crooked leaders to work for them. If only we could banish all the corrupt politicians and start all over again, then maybe Philippines will become the great nation that it should be.