TICKLE ME PINK: Poor Gloria M. Arroyo PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 November 2011 14:14


I feel ashamed for having voted for her. I thought that an intelligent woman like her will make a good President, but I was wrong, same with all the others who voted for her! As it appears, she deserves what is happening to her now for the election fraud she had committed. Whether she’s guilty or not, we’ll have to wait and see.

I now sympathize with the late Fernando Poe Jr. and his family, because if it is true he won during that  past election, then past president Gloria M. Arroyo, former Comelec Chairman Benjamin Abalos, Andal Ampatuan Sr., and Zaldy Ampatuan, should all pay for their crime. If DOJ Sec. Leila De Lima was right in filing the case to stop Madame Arroyo from leaving for abroad, and if the election fraud casesucceeds in court, where the suspects will be found guilty, it is just but right that Fernando Poe Jr. be given posthumous award as having been elected president of the Philippines, and the family deserves to be honored in a formal ceremony.

Filipinos are honorable people. We truly dislike dishonesty, and to think that the highest person in our land had consented to let people cheat for her so that she remains President of our Republic is very shameful. When she said I’m sorry on TV, that was already an admittance of guilt. We were expecting a people power, but the hierarchy of the Catholic Church didn’t encourage it. Poor FPJ!

In a way, I pity Mrs. Arroyo, but it is her own doing. If her sickness isn’t really death threatening, she should be placed inside a detention cell. There’s no rich or poor, if people have committed crimes. Justice should always prevail!