Filipino Voices: The Clear and Present Danger of Congresswoman Arroyo by @cocoy

December 1, 2009 at 4:07 am Leave a comment

sona 2009 arroyoThe nation stands at awe. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has done it again. She has turned the contest of 2010 into a third term.

If you had asked me yesterday if the Presidential contest of 2010 was vitally important to move this country forward, then I would say, “Yes, it is”. With Randy David pulling out of the race for the 2nd district of Pampanga, I sit here, pounding on my keyboard to tell you that it doesn’t matter who wins as President in 2010. It doesn’t matter if it is Noynoy Aquino or Manny Villar. It doesn’t matter if it is Estrada or Teodoro. The real race to watch is who wins the 2nd District of Pampanga.

With Randy David pulling out of the race then Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is poised to take on the House. She will have leverage to block the budget, stall bills, and the weapon of impeachment at her disposal.

I tell you this: let her win the 2nd district of Pampanga and it doesn’t matter if Aquino becomes President and has the guts to come hard on corruption. The good old days will be back. An Aquino in power will be faced with political storm left and right and his opposition will be Gloria Arroyo.

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