The most important issue for the 2013 Philippines mid-term election is jobs availability. We need to elect candidates who are creators of jobs. We do not need candidates who are simply news maker and loves to be at the lime light.
We need to elect candidates who are job creators. We don’t need candidates who talks loud and loves to be always on the headlines. My senator is a million jobs creator.
It is jobs that put foods on the table. It is jobs that put roofs over our heads. It is jobs that put clothes on our bodies. It is jobs that send our kids to school. It is jobs that allow us to afford bringing our sick family members to the hospitals and be given the best health care possible.
If decent jobs are available our women will no longer need to engage in prostitution. If decent jobs are available our fathers and brothers need not involve themselves in hold-ups, robberies and pick pocketing just to feed the hungry mouth of their kids and or siblings.
If our parents are all employed, kids will no longer need to roam the streets to beg and or sell candies and sticks of cigarettes. Our properly schooled youths are the hope and the foundation of a strong nation. We must educate our youth, we must built a strong foundation for our nation.
Today the number of our out of school youth is growing by leaps and bounds. Without proper education and the necessary skills, we cannot expect our people to land in high paying jobs and be globally competitive. Our parents must be gainfully employed so that our children will have all the opportunities to be schooled in the best learning institutions available.
Our poorest of the poor do not deserve to be given a monthly conditional assistance or cash conditional transfer. What the poorest of the poor rightfully deserve are permanent jobs or long term source of livelihood? Conditional cash transfer makes them vulnerable to the manipulations of wicked politicians.
Our poorest of the poor are not beggars. Let us help them preserve their honors and dignity by creating and or providing jobs that will help them decently sustain the needs of their families.
The huge budget for “Cash Conditional Transfer” must be allocated in economic activities that provides jobs, attract capital and excite business activities so that a big and considerable number of unemployed will have a permanent source of living.
Prohibited drugs dependency, crimes, gambling and prostitution will be effectively reduced if our employable people are busy working while our children devote their time in schools. Indeed, jobs availability will not solve all problems of our society, but it will definitely reduce most of the problems of our people aside from improving the way we live our lives.
Indeed, with the May 2013 election almost at hand let us be wise and elect the right candidates that will help provide the best opportunity for our people. Choose the candidates who are job generators. Do not be afraid to ask all the candidates if they indeed possess the competence, knowledge, the will and commitment to create jobs for the Filipino people. We must have the biggest latitude to work in our land. It is good to be a willing OFW, not as an OFW out of desperation.
Let us fight poverty by creating jobs for all Filipinos.
My senator is a million jobs creator. My senator is Atty. Marwil Llasos. He is listed number 20 in the senators’ list of candidates. Let us support candidates who will enact laws that will help create millions of jobs. With us all together, we can make things happen. Vote for #20, vote for Atty. Marwil Llasos, the job creator of millions of jobs.