Monday, April 23, 2007

Grin-go!

I am voting for Gringo Honasan, although my conscience tells me I shouldn't. Tell me why I should not.

Gringo has been engaged in a number of coup attempts since the 1980's, but during his term as senator from 1995 to 2004, there were none. He even earned the distinction of being the senator with the most number of proposed bills.


I feel that if Gringo sits as a senator, then he will do good with the position given to him. Otherwise, if he is not elected into office, then we all would be groping in the dark, not knowing where he is and what underground movement he is developing, and we might again wake up to a dull morning with breaking news of another coup d' etat.

5 comments:

Ary said...

Gringo has a radical approach when it comes to reforming some rules in the Government. And in the status quo of the Philippine Government, Radical moves are necessary.Vote Gringo for Senator!

THE ANiTOKiD said...

I have nothing against the man who I consider has more balls than all the male senators combined. Just one quick question though, suppose Gringo wins in the coming elections, can he take his seat in the Senate and go about his duties as a duly elected Senator of the Republic? If not, it will will be our loss.

Richard? said...

I think Gringo can sit in the senate because Senators are given immunity once elected. I really like this guy. he has many plans for the country but sadly, they are not pushing through because of partisan politics. I remember reading a news article about a conversation of Gringo with some of his friends. Damn! I like his plans! He also aims to better the lives of our soldiers.. I hope he wins.

I AM SAM said...

His immunity is only effective in cases that provide less that 6 years of imprisonment. Since rebellion is punishable by life imprisonment, then I think his immunity will not work. Assuming that Gringo wins, he will have to face several legal battles. The positive thing in his situation, however, is that the verdict has yet to be decided. I will vote for the guy because he is one of the few people who are true to themselves. He may not be an ideal legislator, but his acts are worth emulating when he is in the confines of the Senate.

Kikong Kalikot said...

We dont need more trouble...pak dat Gringo syit. bow.