Jun Lozada for President?
I believe that Jun Lozada could run for President, so is Mang Pandoy and all the Juan de la Cruzes out there. It's a constitutional right that every natural born Filipinos enjoy. On the premise that he is morally upright and unyielding, professor Alejandrino should think twice on endorsing Jun Lozada for presidency just because he is morally so. Is he really morally so? He who claims that he is a moralist is a Big No for me. This time is not the reign of the clergies and the papacy. We should be liberal in our choices and vote for people who could bring results rather than discuss morality in these modern times. Let the pope do his job and let the leaders do theirs. As George Bernard Shaw once said, "All progress depends upon the unreasonable man". More so, we need a leader who thinks beyond the box. Beyond the norms and not a mediocre leader. Here, we define leaders as someone who talks the loudest. We need leaders who talks less and works more. We are tired of the trapos and the Catholic Church interfering the government. If professor Alejandrino wants a president that is without stain, then there would be no presidential candidate in the Philippines 2010. Abraham Sampalocia, Valley Virgin Gorda, via e-mail
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