Do you believe PGMA is sincere in what she says?

@alena824 (376)
Philippines
July 28, 2008 3:58am CST
I am currently listening to the State of the Nation Address of President GMA. Had I wanted to, I could actually witness it live at the Session Hall, but because her SONA is not something that is credible, I am instead holed up in the office listening over the public address system, rolling my eyeballs each time her applause squad breaks into their act. It's been 8 years since GMA has been delivering the SONA. And one thing that has never changed or improved is her delivery. I am never moved by what she says. While the content has much to do with it, it also has to do with her sincerity or lack of it. Am I the only one thinking this way? Do you believe in her sincerity when she says she cares for the millions of Filipinos? I'd like to hear from you...
4 responses
@mysiraylon (1102)
• United States
28 Jul 08
As far as I know she never had applied her best in her entire leadership as an economist. An economic leader that has been drown to the million depth of humiliations as days go by. The ratings on her popularity is inversely proportional to continues nightmare on the countries economic crisis resulting from the poor balance on priorities to handle....
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• Philippines
28 Jul 08
If Ms. Arroyo really cares for her people then she would step down from her office. Her husband has lots of bills to pay and he's using the country's coins to satisfy them, and that is just her husband. Look at what happened all over the nation, everybody is lurking into poverty. I can't even imagine that BPO workers and call centers agents are better paid than teachers, nurses and other PROFESSIONAL gentlemen. Some of them haven't finished college yet and they are earning thrice as those poor folks do. That is how bad our government is. As for me, I have never even believed that her office is legitimate, she even cheated on her elections. Remeber the Hello Garci tapes?
@alena824 (376)
• Philippines
28 Jul 08
Other than lack of sincerity, she's also insensitive so there... Can't wait for 2010.
@adoremay (2069)
• Philippines
6 Aug 08
I believe she just read what she said. Sincerity is based on our heart and our conscience.
• Philippines
28 Jul 08
I am not interested in what she has to say. I am tired of listening to her promises. Promises most of which were broken. Whatever she said earlier today may probably be what her advisers told her. She needs all the help she can get to save her face from humiliation. Moreover, she needs to rescue herself from bad ratings. Well, I do not seen any sincerity in what she tells people. I would rather see her in action that listen to her litany which was prepared for the heck of it.