Somebody Has to Say It

What is going on now here in the Philippines is something we need to put in mind that we are all affected in this scenario.  If we know how to care we should be honest.

Seeing all the pictures from Facebook about politicians helping their kababayans, extending help is a good and nice attribution.  But putting their own faces and names oh no its another story.


This is an act of taking advantage of the Habagat flood victims.  It's a way to far from what we expect from you (Politicians). Even food and canned goods have your pictures and name on it.



SOMEBODY HAS TO SAY IT....
I HAVE TO SAY IT...IT'S TOO MUCH!!!  

We know that Election 2013 in the Philippines is coming but we need to remind you that this is not the proper time to campaign. 

You are a Public Servant.  Not our boss.  Not our master.

  

5 comments:

Chrisair Says:

politicians used this people to campaign how I wish we will became parliament so that no more using poor people just to win

Arjay Paul Reyes Says:

Philippine politicians will always be dirty.

BAN Ph Says:

This is what they called "EPAL mode".... and this also the same with the Angara's commercial of Senior Citizens Act

Ron Leyba Says:

That politician face at can goods is sickening. Tsk.

Che Says:

oh my... faces on canned-goods??? they are pathetic! I just learned of the Anti-Epal Bill so I hope the funds used on these canned goods are from their personal money and not from the tax-payers. tsk tsk..

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