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Crowded agenda

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WHILE the eyes and ears of media are focused on the next President’s ability to quickly fill up some 18,000 positions of national import, we have to wonder if the newly elected/reelected local officials spark a similar enthusiasm among their voters?

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HERE comes Sen. Koko Pimentel, who’s only the head of incoming President Duterte’s political party, threatening to “put behind bars” the Venezuelan general manager and project manager of Smartmatic, “for all the abuses and underdeliveries (that) should be factored in by Comelec” that tainted the integrity of the vote count.

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Meldy, icon

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“SHE walks in beauty, like the night of cloudless climes and starry skies”… And, “Whenas in silks my [Meldy] goes/ Then, then (methinks) how sweetly flows/ That liquefaction of her clothes.”

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Reality check

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WHO’D have thought that the way to soften the image of Davao City’s “punisher” was to turn him into the next president of the Philippines?

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Morning after

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‘Tis the morning after. Let’s all take our pills, downers or uppers, let go of anger, frustration, gloating triumphs, and settle down to building this great nation. We owe it to the people who performed their election duty without fuss or fury, without fear or favor, the watchers and watchdogs, teachers, canvassers, candidates, computer experts, even the ”dull and ignorant, they too have their story” (from Desiderata).

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Slow burn

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ET out the vote” says more than “go out and vote” in a massive exercise that’s meant to shape the future and the destiny of your country. For all that pompousness of purpose, it’s simply saying that better than leaving your residence to go to the polling precinct, you should encourage others – in your circle, family, neighborhood, community – to do just that. Get out the vote instead of merely going out to vote.

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