Category: The Presidentiables

Smoke On Roxas

When you come to think about it, Mar Roxas probably has one of the most impressive résumés among candidates on the road to the 2016 elections. Roxas is the scion of two powerful families in both politics and industry (lest we forget that Mar is the son of a Senator and the grandson of a

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Madrigal: The Non-Contender

Jamby Madrigal, for many voters, is the statistical pariah of the 2010 Presidential elections: the ultimate in un-winnability.  Madrigal is the outlier in a normal curve on a very different graph, so to speak.  Every other candidate can pull out track record: hers being that of advocacy for women, children, and fair economic policies.  Every

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Richard Gordon: The Dark Horse

His most loyal supporters thrust and harp on the credentials and qualifications that make him who he is: 33 years of executive experience, two terms as Mayor of Olongapo City, 1971 Con-Con delegate, Subic Bay Metropolitan Area Chairman, Secretary of Tourism, 40 years of volunteer work for the Philippine National Red Cross, six years in

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Estrada: The Vendetta Brother

The political milieu of an entire generation was molded around the contempt of the people against Former President Joseph Estrada.  He is, after all, a very good example of what we don’t want from a President, whether it’s superficial or something that runs deep into our political consciousness.  Countless times, Estrada has proven himself to

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