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Jan 31st
In Defense of Apo Ernie Gange PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 16 May 2011 14:15
For some people at the NaFFAA organization to disrespect an honorable gentleman like Mr. Ernie Gange for his courageous act in defending the honor of very organization that he co-founded is unconscionable. For an honest man, like Apo Ernie, whose only wish is for his colleagues to exhibit transparency and accountability in order to maintain the organization's credibility in the eyes of both, supporters and critics, bullying him and shouting him down only bespeak of those people's arrogance and shamelessness. And through it all, Apo Ernie has maintained his quiet dignity------a class act. The First Amendment guarantees Apo Ernie's right to a free speech under the U.S. Constitution. And he speaks nothing but the truth. He helped found and support NaFFAA on the premise that it will always remain a model organization worthy of being the umbrella organization of all Fil-Am organizations in this country. And for speaking out, Apo Ernie was crucified. For following his conscience, Apo Ernie was vilified. Apo Ernie spoke the truth and let's face it, "the truth hurts." To allow those people to prevail and be the dominant force and voice in the organization is an exercise in futility. I feel sad for this honorable man whose name he bears is impeccable and legendary in Iloilo in general and in Guimaras Island in particular. It's time to look forward to a new endeavor, Apo Ernie. You can hold your head high as you go forward. You have done your part and have proven yourself to be the true giant of them all. I salute you. Don Azarias

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