Who is to blame? The President or the Citizens?

Do we really care for the poor? Of course not! It’s only a farce! Who cares as long as we have what we need? Who cares as long as we can show off whatever material things we have to the rest of the world?

Ika nga ni Ompong

I am not campaigning for any presidentiables… I am campaigning for the Filipino’s upcoming right to choose their leader, whoever this will be and to support the new president, whether they voted him or not.

The problem with our country is that some citizens always blame a president whom they did not vote. Can we, just once in our lifetime, support whoever will sit in Malacañang this 2016, and work together to make things happen?

If the traffic is not solved in the years to come, let’s not blame the president! Let’s blame ourselves because we don’t follow traffic rules. We act as if we own the road. We drive as if it is our right to drive the way we want like spoiled brats on the loose disregarding all road courtesies!

If the crime is not solved in the years to come, let’s not blame the president! Let’s blame…

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11 thoughts on “Who is to blame? The President or the Citizens?

  1. I completely agree. It’s the same in the US! People in this country blame everything on the government but take no responsibility. They blame pollution on the laws, but all want to drive big huge cars. Nobody wants to recycle, everyone eats meat and has no idea about land use. Everything is blame, blame. I get it. Take that finger and point it back and ourselves!

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  2. It’s always the leader who’s to blame. If the group fails, the leader is to blame. If I fail, I myself is to blame. 🙂 🙂 hehehe! Defending a president that one voted is a normal occurrence. It’s human nature. bwahaha! Thanks!

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  3. Blaming a president one did not vote for, and having a red hot hatred for said president is a normal occurrence here. Dems blame and hate the Reps, the Reps hate the Dems. It’s a vicious cycle that will never end. Nothing changes on New Years Day.

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