“i want to be king again”

What better way to start your day than read the news and be all riled up because of trash talk like below?

Estrada said he would slug it out “to the end” because he wanted to be “king again.”

Estrada said the Comelec decision would have a “big impact” on his campaign” because his detractors were spreading “disinformation” that he would withdraw from the race or be disqualified.

Now that the poll body has ruled in his favor, he expects his ratings in surveys to rise.

Estrada, the candidate of the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, has been a consistent third placer, after Senators Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III and Manuel Villar.

Speaking at a forum at the Lyceum of the Philippines University, Estrada dismissed allegations that he would eventually withdraw and play the role of “kingmaker” by supporting another presidential candidate.

“I want to be king again myself (and) recover my throne that was stolen from me,” he told reporters when asked if he was going to be a “kingmaker.”

“Why will I withdraw? No way. No way,” he said. “I have a contract with the Filipino people—till death do us part.”

Full article from Inquirer here.

Tell me, when did we sign this contract he is talking about? OR maybe he forged it just like what he did with all those tobacco excise tax and jueteng fund cheques he signed before!!

And the scary thing about it is that there are still people out there who are buying this and are willing to vote for him!  Can’t they see how twisted this lower-than-planktons-in-the-f00d chain creature’s mind is?

King?! The president is there to serve not to be served and fawned upon.

Aaaargh! Morning stress!

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~ by moonsparks on January 21, 2010.

2 Responses to ““i want to be king again””

  1. Estrada will not win… I think the of the people know that he does not deserve the Presidency.

  2. Sad to say, there are still those who support him. Yung driver ng taxi ko na Iglesia voted for him. They are Filipinos, too. That’s the thing with elections and democracy — it’s a numbers game. Something to think about: what if two parties lang ang may reps for Presidential candidates? What if two-party system lang meron. Mas decisive. It will produce a majority president, one who can have a real contract with the nation.

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