Who would you like to be the next president of the Philippines?

@eileenleyva (10984)
Philippines
August 1, 2009 3:54pm CST
The person I had in mind is not even declaring candidacy. Neither is he active in Philippine politics now. But he seems to be a good and intelligent figure who can repair this country from the reign of greed. He is Serge Osmena of Cebu. I hope he would stand up for the country.
3 responses
• Philippines
3 Aug 09
Well, I'll go for Eddie Villanueva. He ran in the previous election but was cheated. I hope this time, we'll have a fair and honest election. Well, he is an upright person. I think it's really time to have a leader who is God fearing and who can really help people. A leader who won't just declare promises but fulfill it. With the economy we have right now and with the status of many people, our country is really in need of a righteous leader who is not politically oriented but people minded one. A president who will hear voices of people regardless of the status they have, a fair leader, one who will not love money.
@eileenleyva (10984)
• Philippines
4 Aug 09
As to righteousness and intelligence, he may be in contention. As to political following, it remains to be seen. Actual experience might be necessary. He is a good candidate though, somebody to be considered for a tough job.
@jules67 (2790)
• Philippines
2 Aug 09
I haven't really thought of anyone in particular. I still have to wait if Kabayan declares his candidacy.
@eileenleyva (10984)
• Philippines
4 Aug 09
Kabayan had been an outstanding broadcaster. He pails though as a legislator and much is to be desired as Vice-President. Do you think he can be a decisive president? His goodness is unquestionable but his abilities might be lacking for the top post of the land.
@Preciousgem (1190)
• Philippines
2 Aug 09
For me i stick with Manny Villar, because he is my kababayan here in Las PiƱas City, he has a heart for the poor people, he has an strong personalities and firm in his decision, and help other people to do some business.
@eileenleyva (10984)
• Philippines
4 Aug 09
Hi Preciousgem, what about the shades of gray like the double insertion? That is of prime importance in a country beset by greed, don't you think?