Mrs. Llamanzares AKA “MRS. L.” the frontrunner candidate and most likely the next president of the Philippines will occupy Malacanang, the seat of power in the Philippines, as easy as strolling the historical Luneta Park.
MRS. L. will be accompanied by her husband Mr. L. who is set to make history by becoming the first American first gentleman of the Philippines.
All poll survey results are telling us that it will be inevitable that MRS. L. will be the runaway winner comes May 9, 2016.
As it stands there remain no legal obstacles that will prevent MRS. L. from legally participating in the coming election as she was pronounced as a qualified presidential candidate by the Philippine Supreme Court as NBC and has resided in the Philippines for at least 10 years comes Election Day.
Is our Supreme Court above our Constitution?
Did our Supreme Court correctly interpreted the Constitution particularly in determining who are the Citizens of the Philippines and by virtue of correct interpretation made a correct ruling that MRS. L. is a bona fide qualified candidate for president of the Philippines?
Did the bright and scholarly mind Filipinos who collectively authored our Philippine Constitution provided a vague enumeration and definition of who are to be considered Filipino citizens?
Is it difficult to understand the wordings of our Constitution on who should be classified as natural born Filipino citizens, naturalized Filipino citizens and aliens?
Is it not clear or is it hard to understand that what is not included should be interpreted as excluded as a matter of law, jurisprudence and logical thinking?
Is anyone authorized, including our justices, to supply and or to add on the list of Filipino citizens as provided for by our constitution?
Is it difficult to count from 1 -10? Are foreigners and or dual citizens without permanent resident VISA considered to be having a permanent domicile in the Philippines? Likewise, are “Balikbayans” and or Filipino dual citizens carrying a Balikbayan VISA can be logically and legally construed as having a permanent domicile in the Philippines?
Our Constitution is sacred. Our Constitution is the highest law of the land. Our Constitution was duly approved and ratified by the Filipino people. The Constitution must not be changed or rewritten even by the unelected members of our highly respectable Supreme Court.
If our Constitution is flawed and filled with infirmities then a Charter Change is in order. Nonetheless, the changed Charter must have the approval of the majority of Filipino people.
I respect and will obey the judgement of the Supreme Court.
I as an ordinary Filipino citizen is adding my voice and is saying that I strongly disagree with the decision of the Supreme Court to allow the legal participation of MRS. L as one of the qualified candidate for president in the Philippines May 9, 2016 National Election.
We must uphold the sanctity of our Philippine Constitution at all times. We need to sustain a healthy democracy in our country by voicing our criticism and disagreements to the decision of our Supreme Court.
If you believe that the Supreme Court erred in the issue of citizenship and residency of MRS. L expressed your disagreement through the power of the ballot.
NO TO MRS. L. COME MAY 9, 2016.