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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Saturday, 21 June 2014 12:03
From Sir Rudy Ferran, Knight Commander of Rizal (as posted in the Facebook Timeline of Bobby M. Reyes): Hurry and Hurrah !... SIR BOBY M. REYES, I read your TOP-TEN ADVANTAGES of Sen GRACE POE over or against VP-Jj BINAY, seems you're 1,000% plus correct !..You better start contacting the great lady from Sorsogon , Atty. Loida Nicolas Lewis, about your ideas and start cementing the OFWs ALL over the world ?..Your analysis is 99.9% correct...Lets stop for a while electing the "Trapos" and non-productive family dynasties in the Philippines.. She should get also, non-greedy, but more patriotic THINK TANKERS, like you ... How about that ?... Can be called the "OFW'S PARTY" of the Philippines ???... With my Eye-to-Eye shaking hands with her inside a van, after the KoR-Kalayaan from Carson City, seems she got an aura of good, and accepted leadership to the majority of Filipinos, that can answer the problems of the country, that exploded via Napolis Scam Issues... She was humble and simple, just, said,.."MAY GOD BLESS US ALL"... Amen!..

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