With the death of the most loved president of Philippine history,
I stood witness (and even felt a certain sadness myself) as the country mourned the loss.
Now I wonder how the people would celebrate the death of the Philippine's worst president?
I wouldn't be surprised that the news would be followed by parties from one block to another,
people would surely be paid just to watch the funeral march,
an even bigger pay for those who would walk along the cortege,
no public viewing would be available for fear that the only reason people would attend was not because to pay their last respect, rather to check that the blasted woman is truly dead.
To top it all off, what ever will happen to the eulogies?
What does one say when there is nothing good to say?
Ahh yes, probably pay someone to deliver a very well-written, scripted,
all-praise of glory for things-that-were-never-done kind of eulogy.
There problem solved.
Good riddance President Gloria Macapagal - Arroyo.
"Here lies the vertically challenged woman
whose corruption exceeded any politician ever."
By the way, isn't your husband following you yet?
(Ugh! Yet another parasite in our country.)