Inquirer readers talk back about the leaders they want
Posted by akosistella on March 15, 2010
The 2010 election is really about change and democracy.
It’s about “change, choice and direction,” said Tom Fresinido, who sent his response via fax. Kerwin Lu of Davao, on the other hand, said the 2010 election is about “changes that can be done and who can do it.”
Of the 840 responses, 239 (28.5 percent) cited election, democracy, voters, politics and citizens, as what the May elections are really about.
Woman sheltered by Gordon after sea tragedy sees her hero again
MILAOR, Camarines Sur—Thirty-nine year-old Maritess Maderal had long been waiting for that one chance to again embrace the man who brought her to his home, took care of her for several months and treated her as his own child after she lost her mother and two siblings in a sea tragedy when she was just 14.
The opportunity came 25 years later: Last Saturday night, Maderal introduced her youngest daughter Joan to Senator Richard Gordon.
Estrada vows to deal knockout punch on Villar, rivals ala Pacquiao
Estrada downplayed the impact of a Pacquiao endorsement of Villar, saying the boxer himself failed to win in the 2007 congressional race.
“He campaigned for himself and what happened?” he asked in Filipino in a phone interview with the Philippine Daily Inquirer.