This is the fourth of my backtrack series. Originally posted June 29, 2010 16:10.
However dirty politics is, I still try my best to participate in political ramblings (like the elections). As a youth of this country, I must have my stand. Here we recollect my biases to the most unpopular president of the Philippines, EXPGMA.
i am. i always wondered how i became one but i know i really am a pro-Gloria.
just to sidetrack from my usual topics, i’ll get a little socially concerned.
i can assess myself as such because whenever there are negative publicities, i still try to think of her positive works which had a boosting effect for the country.
i think it is a great achievement that we were able to survive the global financial crisis despite our being in the middle-class economy list not to mention the submerging poverty levels in our country. let us take the American recession for the example. remember how we survived with not much effort? we almost lived like nothing is wrong since we still dine out on classy places, buy pleasuring materials and act as if we have all the money to spend in the world. only a strong economy will have lead us to such firm grounding.
i won’t keep this long but to cap it off, there was change in the system and it worked for the country. Gloria steps down gloriously tomorrow but the next thing she should hush up is the ex-opposition-now-administration’s plot to investigate on her negative issues.