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Tinge of Tyranny

Noynoy Aquino is nothing but a balding brat who resorts to bullying when he does not get his way. Believe me, I have a long list of insults to hurl at the smirking I-do-not-wonder-why-he-is-still-a-bachelor bachelor because boy, do I hate his guts! In all honesty, last presidential election, had the choices been narrowed to him and Erap I would have voted for the latter. At least Erap doesn't have Kris Aquino as a sister. However, I gave Noynoy the benefit of the doubt that he deserved. I gave him a chance to prove me wrong and let him be the president he claimed to be. But one subtle arrogance at a time he gradually convinced me that he is not just incompetent but he is also unbelievably annoying.

I salute (because who in his proper state of mind won't?) his supposed effort to curtail corruption. However, he is just obsessively running after one - Gloria Arroyo. This is not at all surprising but the fashion on how he is doing so is quite alarming. Every chance he gets, every speech he delivers - he uses it to make snide comments and insinuating remarks. May it be for a graduation speech, an event to commemorate a hero or yes, a National Criminal Justice Summit. In that recent in-your-face attack to the Supreme Court, Noynoy seemed to have forgotten what breeding was. Sure, laud him for speaking his mind but bear in mind where and how it was done. Also, bear in mind who he is flagrantly bashing - the Chief Justice. In doing so, he is not only tainting the Supreme Court as a whole but also the entire judicial system of our country. I do not think that he even considered how it will reflect on the Philippines. Seriously, what the bleep was he thinking?!

Then, what now? Impeachment case against Corona? Really? What is running in his mind this time? Will he eliminate everyone who will go against him, his plans or platform? Why is he attacking a co-equal branch of the government? Is he forgetting separation of powers?

All this is an obvious and sickening case of politicking. It is sad that most Filipinos are blinded by Noynoy's promises. Destitute of vision that they fail to see that he is just another traditional politician. A trapo with no respect to our rules of law. He said "I don’t have a law degree but it’s clear to me what is right and what is wrong, what is humane and what is crooked." I say, might as well get one! He also said that Supreme Court justices should not manipulate justice according to their whims and caprices. Based from your action Noynoy, it appears like you want to manipulate it according to yours. This is a big accusation on my part but this is my blog and I sure can say anything I see fitting. I see subtle dictatorship and tinge of tyranny. If not, then give me the right term on how I can describe the apparent disrespect to the independence of the SC being an equal branch of the government.

This rift between the judiciary and the executive cannot easily be patched without the Constitution being dragged. I am no expert but what I can suggest is for Justice Corona to inhibit when embarking upon an Arroyo case. However, if he will do so, then the Aquino appointees in the Supreme Court should also do so. The accusation of impartiality hurled at Corona also goes for the Noynoy appointees.

For now, somebody please give Noynoy a wig.

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