Do you actually believe na merong candidate na malinis?
Kung ako ang tatanungin, di ako sigurado pero ang alam ko, may mga taong nagtatrabaho sa gobyerno na walang bahid ng korupsyon. I take my father as the best government employee. If he accepted any bribe, I would say, mayaman dapat kami ngayon. Di din nya din ganamit ang connection nya para makapagtrabaho kami sa opisina nila. Pero alam kong may mga iba dyan na ginagamit yon para miapasok ang mga anak sa opisina. Iba tatay ko – proud of him!
Panahon na naman ng eleksyon. Ang daming mga black propagand na lumalabas laban sa mga kandidato. Have I made up my mind? I would say, I did but now, syempre they are trying to rock the voter’s boat and isa ako sa madaling ma-discourage.
I was very hesitant at first for my president kasi alam ko, kahit ok sya, tatanaw yan ng utang na loob sa mga supporters nyan.
Ang hirap pumili lalong hindi mo naman alam kung sino talalaga sila. Ang basis ko na lang kung sino ang president ko is to choose the less evil. He maybe the devil but I believe, he can bring change and discipline to the public. He isn’t perfect and I know he cannot completely abolish corruption, crime nor drugs in the country but I know it will decrease significantly. I’ve lived in Davao City for 33 years, I don’t talk like him and I don’t think like him. We all know that our parents are responsible for how we talk and think. Remember, parents teaches us the basics in life. The which came out few days was plain and simple, bullcrap. Come on people!
Kung sino man manalo, bear this in mind, change also should not only come from the president, it must come from each one of us. If you want change, you must follow his lead but ofcourse, don’t follow blindly.