Another blogger voter has decided to support Mar Roxas in 2010

Saturday, February 23, 2008 | posted in , , , , , | 0 comments

As I was surfing the blogosphere, another blogger (Silver Lining Blog) voter has finally decided to support and vote Senator Mar Roxas if ever he runs for President in the upcoming 2010 Presidential elections. Here's the excerpt of the blog post entitled I’ve Found My President!:

It is final and executory. I am voting for Mar Roxas in the 2010 Presidential elections.

Prior to yesterday’s convocation, I have no plans of participating in the second presidential elections of my life, for two reasons: 1) the COMELEC would always find a way to cheat with the cheaters, and 2) the ever-cunning Arroyo camp would somehow find a way to hold on to its power.

I was, in the simplest sense, hopeless and apathetic. My plan was to join a volunteer camp in South Africa in 2010 and perhaps die of malaria in there, just as what had happened to my foster brother’s friend. I could not see a point in living for my dear old rotting country. My ever-idealistic friends have lost their idealism and even my father, the one who always taught me of being critical of the government in a positive way, has resigned to the fact that the current administration will do everything just to keep in power and has even told me to just do nothing because nothing will change anyway.

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