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    Post Estrada to return to Malacanang after nine years

    Former President Joseph Estrada will set foot anew in Malacanang, nine years after he was thrown out of office by a people?s uprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Win2WinRSS View Post
    Former President Joseph Estrada will set foot anew in Malacanang, nine years after he was thrown out of office by a people?s uprising.

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    To MY mind, Estrada must be a "born-again" optimist ... if he REALLY believes he can sufficiently regain the trust of the very people who threw him out, in order for them to grant him a mandate for re-election to the Presidency!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    To MY mind, Estrada must be a "born-again" optimist ... if he REALLY believes he can sufficiently regain the trust of the very people who threw him out, in order for them to grant him a mandate for re-election to the Presidency!
    The last I heard was that Imelda Marcos was supporting her son Ferdinand Jr "Bongbong" to stand for president , also that Benigno Aquino Jr "Noynoy" , another heir, is making a bid for presidency. They both have "Facebook" fan clubs .... but then, so does the rock group Aegis Band for that matter !


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    One of the reasons why he was ousted in his office is because of HUETENG!
    And after 9 years, hueteng still exists.

    Another reason is being corrupt! And I can't remember how many mansions Arroyos has.

    Who's next president? :icon_evil:


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    I could add that the last time I was in the Philippines was 1978 when President Ferdinand Marcos was still imposing martial law. It's been a long time for me but I've never lost interest in Malaysia (where I worked for a year) and Philippines. I hope to return in April/May ... what do people on the forum think of travelling around election time to Luzon and possibly Panay?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson.alan46 View Post
    I could add that the last time I was in the Philippines was 1978 when President Ferdinand Marcos was still imposing martial law. It's been a long time for me but I've never lost interest in Malaysia (where I worked for a year) and Philippines. I hope to return in April/May ... what do people on the forum think of travelling around election time to Luzon and possibly Panay?
    ... Based on Myrna's experience as a High School teacher, it may be considered inadvisable to visit ANY parts of the Philippines ... with the possible exceptions of the Capital itself, Cebu & Davao Cities ... during the period when 'election fever' is at its height. Meaning to say, YOUR itinerary SHOULD, in all probability, be safe enough, Alan!


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