What should we do with this corrupt and greedy officials?

@chrysz (1603)
Philippines
February 14, 2008 9:19am CST
"Moderate their greed" - that was the statement Mr. un Lozada when he testified before a senate investigation here in the Philippines. That was the command or request he got from his friend but how could he really do that when most people in the government would want to use their power to acquire more money. I think, in my whole life, there was no president in the Philippines that was not involved with any controversy. Erap or Joseph Estrada was the most unfortunate of all since he was convicted and even sentenced guilty of plunder but he is free now, thanks to the really precious way of Mrs. Arroyo to reconcile with the masses. Now, what must we do? I'm really tired of all these, if given a chance, I want a Filipino Lee Kuan Yew to rule our country and completely eradicate corruption.
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@raijin (10373)
• Philippines
14 Feb 08
I cannot believe that this is really happening, AGAIN. I'm already tired of hearing and watching the news, wherever I go I always here this senate hearing about that ZTE scam. What's worse is, the recent government were being pressed of the same charges from what Estrada was accused and convicted of. I don't really understand what's wrong with such people, I'm really lost and confused here as I am not really sure who to believe in. Only I can say is, "God save the Philippines."
@chrysz (1603)
• Philippines
14 Feb 08
I think we must do something and not just ask God to save us. I just hope, the church is not helping the wrong people right now, Who knows, Jun Lozada might just be another Chavit Singson who acted as hero when in fact, he is just sour graping and bitter because he won't be able to monopolize jueteng if it will be legalized.