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Sunday, 16 May 2010 05:39
As soon as President Noynoy begins his new job critics will likely give him a traditional chance to take a deep breath, roll up his sleeves and leave him alone for a while to examine his job jar - a honeymoon if you will. Then maybe in a hundred days, or even earlier, the word wars will begin to simmer and then boil as the next election gets nearer. Maybe he might forget his promises. Instead he should tackle the country's problems in their order of priority. Anyway, his job jar will, with some certainty, include problems for which he made promises to address. Tall order? You betcha! The Office of the President is no picnic with too many frustrations like ants invading the picnic basket... Also, he may have to dispel his perceived weaknesses mentioned in the attached BBC article by Kate McGeown who said, "At the moment he is better known for his parents than for any of his own achievements - and there is little doubt that what propelled him into office was the fact his mother was the former President Cory Aquino, and his father the pro-democracy hero Ninoy Aquino." Not very flattering. Besides, skeptics are too familiar with presidents before him who enjoyed a honeymoon with critics. All failed in the end to resurrect the supposed glory days of the country when it was supposed to be next to Japan's healthy economy in all of Asia. SO GOOD LUCK MR. PRESIDENT! Fred Natividad Livonia, Michigan
 

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