How sure are you that your presidential bet will win?
In just a couple of months we will have a new Philippine president. A new leader of this nation that we hope will lead our country to economic stability, sovereign security and bring solutions to many of the pressing issues that our country is currently facing.
For sure many of us already have our own bet and very much decided on going all the way in supporting this candidate. But how sure are you that your chosen presidential candidate will win? And the reasons are clear why this candidate will fail….
Indecisiveness.This candidate is now in the books of political history in the country, being one of the mayors who have served the longest- 22 years with 7 terms. For decades this mayor has projected a strong leadership image but the sad part is he also went dilly-dallying when it comes to his decisions. He is the reluctant presidential candidate- one day he decided to run for office then the next day he announced that he will not run. Just think about this type of frame of mind, since being a leader of this country requires strong conviction, decisiveness and firmness. Filipinos should never trust someone who does not even trust himself in making his own decisions.
Putting the law into his hands. Who among the presidential candidate has a death squad? This ‘macho’ 70-year old presidential candidate even brags about the way he handles criminality in his turf. He even said that if he has to kill someone he will do it. Such a contradictory character from a lawyer who eyes the presidential seat and mindless about the judiciary system, with this ‘badass’ attitude how can we entrust our country to him.
No Plan of Action- He doesn’t seem to show any plan of action or platform. He is just winging it or going with the flow. No concrete plan of action on how to fix the traffic,MRT or LRT issue. Worse maybe he’ll just ask Abaya to stay in DOTC.
A self-confessed leftist and a soon to be dictator.Who among the millions of Filipinos would want a president that supports rebellion (leftist movement) and plans of having an oligarchy type of government once elected as the top leader of the land? In a recent interview, he admits by saying ““It’s going to be a dictatorship,” and this is the best solution he has in mind to stop corruption in the government and to control criminality. Majority of Pinoys are not ready for this type of governance, not now or perhaps never again.