Yup I did. I exercised my right as a Filipino and let my voice heard. If you didn’t, you don’t have the right to vent your anger in the government if something bad happen. I call it the VENTING RIGHTS. LOL. Don’t tell me that you’re paying your taxes and that should be enough to exercise your VENTING rights. Nope, not enough.
So who did you vote? I want to admit that even up to yesterday I still don’t have anybody in mind for President and Vice President. I’m torn between my conscience and strategy. Don’t worry my conscience still won and it took me only 10 minutes to finish the whole process from finding my name in the master list to having my nail polished with the I-ink. 🙂
So who did you vote? I kept on asking this because I want to know who. Most of my colleagues at work did not get the chance to vote. Mainly, it has to do something with the lack of time. They don’t have the time to vote since we’re working on a call center company, we don’t have holidays. So they don’t have time to go to their provinces just to vote. I wish that in the future, you can vote anywhere, as in anywhere in the world for as long as you’re a Filipino and of legal age. I think that way, if that happens, in that election we can say that all Filipinos were counted.
So who did you vote? Ok fine. I’ll answer my own question. For President, I voted for somebody who loves to fly and looks good with sunglasses. Who knows…maybe we get miles and free airplane tickets if he wins! For Vice President, I voted someone with political will and with a dead sense of humor coz he says that he does not joke. D’you get it? LOL
So who did you vote? For Senators, they are as follows:
1. A super brainy-crazy witch.
2. A sports woman.
3. Someone who loves to run.
4. A farmer.
5. A butete.
6. A chocolate.
7. Once a panday, always a panday
9. Who hates the Aquinos (admit it!!!!)
10. An angel
11. I voted her husband for President when he run against Ramos.
12. Who makes bread or for the madlang people.
So who did you vote? Can you guess mine?