Are men of the church meant to be surveys bottom dwellers? Are men of the church who serve God above all does not deserve public office?
Are men of the church worse than the traditional politicians? Do men who serve God will not likely become a good public servant? Does men who are accustomed to the words and teachings of God will not be able to make laws that could serve better our country and our people?
Our towns, cities, provinces and our country have been governed by the same families for decades and yet our country was being left behind in progress compared to neighboring countries. The number of Filipino families suffering from poverty and hunger kept on growing. Even average families can no longer afford to send their children to good schools…with huge number of our youths can no longer pursue higher education because of financial difficulties.
Do Filipinos prefer politicians whose names are tainted with allegations of corruptions and anomalies? Do Filipinos prefer politicians who are gambling lords, gamblers, drug lords, drug addicts, drunkard and womanizers?
Do we Filipinos cannot work together to bring about changes in our government? Are we contented with more of the same? Do we want to vote for politicians who are becoming richer, millionaires and billionaires while we become poorer and poorer?
JC Delos Reyes, Marwil Llasos and Lito David are candidates for the senate this coming May 13, 2013 election. In accordance with the surveys they are bottom dwellers. They are men of the church. Their names are not tainted with allegations of anomalies and corruptions.
The 3 will push for the scrapping of the fork barrel and instead will focus on legislating laws that will facilitate the creation of millions of jobs for the Filipinos to uplift and improve the lives of the majority of our Filipino countrymen. Only having jobs can put foods on the table and all of our needs will follow.
We are going to vote for 12 Senators, will it be difficult for us to include JC Delos Reyes, Marwil Llasos and Lito David to our list of senate candidates whom we will vote for come May 13, 2013 election time?
We do not want small changes. We want radical changes that can drastically improve the lives of majority of Filipinos. Voting the same people of the same color and of the same political families will just perpetuate the status quo of our country…worse Filipinos will become poorer and poorer.
10% of our populations were very rich while 20% are either rich or in the middle class and the remaining 70% are either poor, very poor or the poorest of the poor that are constantly experiencing hunger and life deprivation.
Let us think 10 times before we vote. If we exercise our right to vote and were able to choose wisely it is only then that we can expect changes for the better. Together we can make the difference.