The character of your associates
By Joe America
Associates Group A: Leni Robredo, Risa Hontiveros, Edcel Lagman, Waldon Bello, Solita Collas-Monsod, Abigail Valte, and Leila De Lima.
Associates Group B: Alan Cayetano, Manny Pacquiao, Salvador Panelo, Bebot Alvarez, Dick Gordon, Mocha Uson, and Vit Aguirre.
Do you see the commonality of character within the two groups, and the differences between them? Hint, it has nothing to do with political party.
If you were to be judged according to the character of your associates, who would you hang out with, A or B? If you had a serious problem, which associates would you go to for help?
I’m not going to expound or opine at length on the two groups. You know. I know. One set of ‘leaders’ is following the power, for the satisfaction of it. The other is striving to lead the nation. For the satisfaction of it.
Character counts, and the Philippine electorate hangs out with a bad crowd. It hangs with people who are not actually leaders, but followers.
Until the electorate . . . personally . . . feels threatened by their choices of associates, they will keep hanging out with them.
Where’s my photo of lemmings diving off the cliff?