Despite the self-righteous proclamations of some Noynoy supporters within the comments section, we have seen Noynoy Aquino’s politics of division from the get-go. Unity? The Abnoy doesn’t know its meaning.
While posturing himself as the one to carry on the fight of his famous parents, Noynoy Aquino has distinguished himself as someone who anything but similar to Cory and Ninoy Aquino.
He crushed the dream of Mar Roxas for the presidency by submitting not to the people’s will, but the will of old opportunistic farts of the Liberal Party.
After hijacking everything yellow and the copyright to EDSA and People Power, Noynoy then furthered his sensationalist, destructive politics by employing against his rivals every dirty trick in the book – fueled and boosted by one-time campaign adviser Serge Osmena.
Polarization, not unity, was in the Noynoy agenda. Polarization, apparently, is still the order of the day.
The irony was there for everyone to see yet, well, there’s no accounting for taste. If 40 percent of the country wants to see a salivating, grass-smoking nutcase rule the country then we have to submit to that.
But the crap has to stop somewhere. I mean, is there such a major need for personal attention that El Drool-o has to refuse taking his oath in front of Justice Renato Corona and make an almost hilarious suggestion to take it in front of a barangay captain?
Why not go all the way and make your oath in front of Kriatch, who will put your hand atop the ABS-CBN/Inquirer script that worked to fool such a big chunk of voters?
Ah, the histrionics and excrement! I thought it would be over after May 10. I was soooo wrong. The guy hasn’t even started his term and we’re already in a pile of telenovela script re-runs!