Friday, July 08, 2005

Trial and Escalation

In the trailer for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Professor Dumbledore says this line: “Soon Harry, we must make a choice between what is right… and what is easy.”

Poor PGMA; none of her options are easy. As for the question of what is right, different parties with different reasons have different notions of what is the right thing to do.

In the end one must ask, what is best for our country? At this point I’m not sure anymore.

Meanwhile our office is already putting into motion our contingency plans in such occasions. Internal alert levels are up, and we’re adjusting our work load accordingly. I’m just hoping that there are still many people—regardless of whether they’re for resignation or not—who do not want chaos to reign.

Right now people are starting to gather again in Makati. Hay naku, buti pa sila may oras para mag-rally-rallihan. Wala bang mga trabaho yung mga yun? Malamang wala, noh?

Times like these, we need a Juicy.

11 Comments:

Blogger sky said...

Right now people are starting to gather again in Makati. Hay naku, buti pa sila may oras para mag-rally-rallihan. Wala bang mga trabaho yung mga yun? Malamang wala, noh?

They already have. This is where your taxes go!

5:28 PM  
Blogger McVie said...

Argh!

6:53 PM  
Blogger nam said...

ang gulo-gulo naman jan sa indonesia.

9:23 PM  
Blogger McVie said...

Hay naku Nam, baka mas mabuti pa nga kung nasa Indonesia na lang ako!

11:18 PM  
Blogger DOPS said...

wala na bang katausan yang gulo na yan? kelan ba reresign si gloria? heheheh...

12:43 PM  
Blogger Kervin said...

Hay... Funny how people want to grab power in a country thats only getting worse with each 'new' person on the reigns. Me mapipiga pa ba sa bansang ito? Apparently so if the opposition seems bent on whatever agenda they have. Tiring, I have my own microcosmic problems and sources of happiness. If I could only just unplug from the domain known as Philippine politics It'd be grand, but thats next to impossible, kasi sugurin na yang mga machines na yan! Or take the blue pill.

1:56 PM  
Blogger JM said...

I was just wondering bout the same things, wala ba silang magawa kundi magaksaya ng panahon sa rally?

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

meanwhile, as rome burns, we petty bourgeoisie fiddle with our gaiman relics and pay homage to god

and, for at least a day, all was right in the world.

gma should thank her lucky stars that civil society took a break to line up for his signature

xanderKhan!

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ngek. ang OA ng post na iyon a.

sorry

xanderKhan!

9:56 AM  
Blogger McVie said...

DOPS: Thanks for watching The McVie Show. I love audience participation. I'm a fame whore, hahaha!

JAY: Unfortunately they don't think rallies are a waste of their time....

XANDER: Korek ka diyan. Ang OA, ha! Hahahaha. Thank god for self-awareness, eh? :-)

12:22 PM  
Blogger Nadriamez said...

Truly a waste of time.

Kaya I always bring my camera at mag-cover ng ganitong events.

At least, naging productive ako for my school paper.

12:04 AM  

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