the bishops back off, what a drag
hay naku, these holy men in skirts, they’re as messed up as romulo neri, ha! they say/know that the corruption goes all the way up to the president, yet they balk at removing her, and would rather that we trust HER to herself fix the problem instead of people resorting to another EDSA. as if!
as if she or her people would be stupid enough to ever tell the truth on the hello-garci tapes, or on the jocojoc bolante fertilizerscam, or on the grossly overpriced nbn-zte-fg deal. sure, she might give in to pressure and give up on e.o.464, but not on executive privilege, no way.
clearly the bishops are divided, we don’t know lang how divided, they won’t say. but bishop deogracias iniguez warned us feb 17 in diyos at bayan with brother eddie villanueva. the bishop was not optimistic at all that the 120 bishops would agree to ask for gma’s resignation.
medyo mahirap marating ang pagkakaisa . . . magkakaiba ang priorities . . . kanya-kanyang ugnayan sa gobyerno . . . merong mga obispong tumatanaw ng utang na loob sa government officials.”
hmm. ano kayang klaseng utang na loob? at bakit SILA ang nasusunod? the bishops should be setting the example, rising above self-centered, or should we say, vested, interests for the good of the whole. instead they’re behaving just like the lower house of congress. how saklap.