Gloria Arroyo: I am not perfect!

We all know I am not perfect, but I have worked hard everyday to achieve positive and lasting change for the nation,” said Gloria Arroyo.

Okay, fine, whatever. As far as I am concerned, I do not see what you are saying about the positive and lasting change. Perhaps, YES to a lasting change that benefits the few in this nation and a big NOTHING for the common good.

Yes, for the first time I believe you. You are not perfect. Who else is perfect? Even us Pinoys are not perfect. Imagine, allowing you to stay this long committing all those stupid and misguided change you said you want for us.

Yes, we all know that.

We all know that you are not perfect. Physically you have a neck and a shoulder problem. That is according to your classmate and friend (Undersecretary of something with blonde hair) from the Assumption. (I am glad, my Lola did not go along to support you.) Mentally you are imperfect too. You always seemed to have lapses in your judgment.

Who would ever forget your famous “Hello Garci” and later your “I am Sorry” for nothing.

What about the fertilizer fund and the good and bright Joc joc Bolante who wasted his life and soul serving you and your so called government?

What about signing a flawed contract with China for that NBN project? What took you so long to correct your stupidity? Why have you waited for Joey de Venecia, Romulo Neri and Rodolfo Noel Lozada, Jr. to talk? Damn goodness! How many consultants and technocrats have you been paying to make all these mistakes!

What about putting this country on top of the list of the most corrupt governments in the world? What about the human rights violations your government committed and is being committed continuously against our youth and students, the members of the press, your political opponents and most especially to the million Pinoys who are deprived of their basic needs as human beings? Are all these part of your not being perfect and these are results of your effort to put the nation in right direction?

And what else? What other things are there (tightly hidden) under your skirt?

The ongoing propaganda on TV and newspapers where you are always shown as a very kind, religious and prayerful person would do nothing to erase the truth that you are really not perfect. You really are imperfect. And you are as far as Romulo Neri and Joey Saleceda are concerned.

“I am not perfect!” You said it right!

We, the Filipino people have given so much kindness to you, your family, your friends and your allies because we know you are not perfect. This time please give us a break. Please end our suffering, the result of your being not perfect. STEP DOWN and bring with you your friends and corrupt politicians.

I do not think I am asking too much from you. I am just asking you to give back my dignity that I fought hard to keep before, during and after EDSA 1 People power revolution.

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22 Responses to “Gloria Arroyo: I am not perfect!”

  1. 1 SexyMom February 24, 2008 at 8:28 pm

    You know what Myepinoy, there is a certain perfection in Ms Evil! Over the years, and you have perfectly enumerated them (what a memory you have!) she has perfected the art of being PERFECTLY IMPERFECT. Blinded by money, power, greed and all, together with her minions, she is the EPITOME OF PERFECTLY IMPERFECT.

    I guess NOW is the PERFECT TIME for FILIPINOS like you and me, to unite again and say TAMA NA SOBRA NA (history repeating itself, no?), BUMABA KA NA…yet, this is only the beginning.

  2. 2 myepinoy February 24, 2008 at 8:51 pm


    PERFECTLY said.

    This is the PERFECT time for all Filipinos to think and DO THE PERFECT ACT of doing what is right.

    Sana lang pag nawala na si Gloria sa power at ang mga katulad nyang pulitiko, dapat maging Patriotic na ang mga Pinoy, at maging concern and vigilant so the devil will not play around and wear prada once again at para di na rin paulit ulit ang history.


    Kaya nga I do not like history. history repeats itself and I hate repetitions. LOL

  3. 3 lerms February 25, 2008 at 2:07 am

    Perfectly said! Natumbok mo!

    We dont need a perfect president or gov’t official to run this country coz if we do, nobody is qualified. What we need is a leader who has dignity, “delikadesa”and who assumes responsibility and accountability.

    Its what separates us from other countries. They do have imperfect leaders also and scandals .. Its just that they know how to face the consequences… Like the japanese… they kill themselves for shame.

    I wish she will be enlightened .. She should not wait for any drastic actions again of the nation before she decides to do the right thing.

    We dont need a perfect president but rather a president with a humble heart and a true leader who exercise servant leadership….. to make this country a great nation again…..

  4. 4 batang buotan February 25, 2008 at 7:38 am

    During critical times, GMA intelligently show how strong she is as the nation’s leader and how weak she was with her lapses as human being. It seems effective.

    I agree, we don’t need perfect leaders, we need responsible leaders. We cannot put all the blame to the ‘national mess’ we are facing. Each Filipino is accountable to this. It is important that we help each other so that we can come up with a national consensus on how we steer this nation towards sustainable development.

  5. 5 verns February 25, 2008 at 11:00 am

    I really don’t know if there is any way or there is a possibility that corruption will be totally eradicated in our country….looks impossible to me. Even if she steps down…it will still be there…so I don’t know.

  6. 6 Sidney February 25, 2008 at 2:56 pm

    I don’t think she will step down…

  7. 7 ths59ers February 25, 2008 at 7:11 pm

    Hmmmm. Thats what I call mincing no words. No ifs, no buts. I wish I can be as decisive and as certain. Ano ba .. i wanna give myself a conk in the head … pero ….

    me quotes: Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it. — Mahatma Gandhi

  8. 8 bw February 25, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    Kodus to the Pinoy who has the guts to expose the anomalies of the Presiden’t administration and call for her resignation. The Pinoy can be fooled no longer – or is it ??

    However, before we hang the person for a crime committed let us step back and ask the question – Who were these “JUST” people who were calling for her head? Or the question can be posed in a different way – ” Should you be a JUST person to be able to cut somebody’s head off?” Or should we all say – “Well, she screwed up so she goes down the drain – no ifs and butts ”

    I am not defending Gloria because in line with command responsibility if her administration screwed up she has answer for it but here’s my problem with the drum beating and saber rattling :

    a. some people who have been deprived have aching for her to go so they can take over the milking of the cow

    b. these very same people fuel the fire of conflict, arouse the Pinoy’s patriotic fervor to oust Gloria not for the sake of propriety but to further their own selfish interests.

    Gloria can very well step down but what would it bring about? The people in the top – cabinet members, ministries, senate, congress, provincial govts are all in an ironic conspiracy and competition to enrich themselves trying their best to brainwash the people of the good they are doing for the country while the people below, the common tao are no better than fools, looking up with hope when the whole thing is merely a show 😦

    a. and b. happened after EDSA 1 and EDSA 2 – should I have reason to believe that it will be different this time ???

    I say let’s do something different, get to the bottom of the damn imbroglio and hang everyone who got involved, hang the president last – this is what needs to be done and not kicking the president out and let another asshole to come in do the same thing over and over again 😦

  9. 9 bw February 25, 2008 at 10:47 pm

    Note : When I said “hang” I meant it in a metaphorical manner. It should be in fact “punish” but hang seems to grab the idea better 😉

    me says:I’d say let us hang all those that do not do their duty as a Pinoy. Fair enough ha.

    I totally agree with you that we Pinoys must deal with this problem seriously and get to the bottom so we can move forward. Pero, sad to say, we burn like a stick of posporo, fast and quick then gone. Our kind of patriotism or sense of duty to country seemed to be short and limited, just for an hour. Imagine, more than twenty years now since we kicked marcos out and yet here we are again trying to do the same thing all over again.

    I guess the reason for this is that we have so much beer and so much telenovela. When someone is saying, meron magnanakaw na elected official or govt. official, sasabihin, mamaya na yan, di pa ubos ang beer ko o kaya, sasabihin ano ka ba, wag ka nga istorbo, ma mi miss ko kung ano ang mangyayari kay kulasa. At ang siste, pag kinukuha na ang beer at TV set, doon lang kikilos at sasabihin, bakit di mo sinabi na pati beer ko at TV set ay nanakawin nya.

    Personally, what Pinoys need now is a total revolution, simula sa pag iisip, sa puso hanggang sa kaluluwa.

    I still believe that we cannot afford to have Gloria stay longer in power (two more years are quite long to put our poor country in this kind of situation, over and over) but we cannot afford to relax also after she is gone. And on election day, no more personality, no more trapos and no more stupid, crazy and asshole politicians.

  10. 10 ysrael February 28, 2008 at 11:53 pm

    Ito kasi ang mahirap sa ting mga Pinoy madali tayong mag-husga. I think the best move kung may sapat talagang evidence ay isampa na ang kaso sa korte at para malaman natin kung dapat bang may panagutan si GMA. Isa lang ang nakita kung kasalanan ni GMA ng magpagamit siya para ma-unseat si Erap w/c is not right at that moment. Sa ngayon lahat intriga espekulasyon pa lang lahat yan hanggat hindi napapatunayan. Resign wag naman, discretion niya yun bilang pangulo.

  11. 11 tutubi philippines March 2, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    if gloria will resign, the system should also be chjanged for greater transparency or else corrupt leaders will just take her place and the cycle will repeat itself

  12. 12 martin March 5, 2008 at 9:20 am

    I think the GMA resign movement is on the wrong course and will only gave credence for a Noli presidency who’s ready from Day 1 to grant her a PRESIDENTIAL PARDON. So where’s the beef? It’s like throwing stones into our very own heads. Let’s wait for 2010 to elect a true opposition leader who will prosecute all these thieves!

  13. 13 betchay March 25, 2008 at 9:57 am

    the problem with us pinoys is that we are so kind… i hope to see those corrupt politicians behind bars, that’s where they really belong!

  14. 14 cg_pinas August 13, 2008 at 10:17 am

    The only way to stop all this damm evil to clear to corrupt politicians eliminate them… KILL THEM, ASSASSINATE THEM specially GLORIA ARROYO the fake president.

  15. 15 Glad September 30, 2008 at 12:32 pm

    Well said, I guess the real calamity is the pretender president.

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