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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Just My Opinion: Why Vote?

03/19/2010 10:24 PM
(updated: 5/12/2013 | 4:02:57 PM)
I know. I am neither a commentator nor even a legitimate advocate. But this is just my opinion about why we, the citizens of the Republic of the Philippines, should do our part in exercising the right of suffrage. 

Yes, despite all the badmouthing we heard from the all corners, or even on the media regarding the government and their wrongdoings.

First and foremost, we are living in a democratic country. Republican Democratic in fact; which means that we, the majority, have the right to choose or elect whom we felt we deserved. And if that candidate won, he will be known as a representative to his constituents, (in short, that’s us).

Next thing, it is our obligation and responsibility to elect people whom we think has the capability to lead our government. Yes, anyone whose at legal age and a registered voter of a certain area (municipality/city/province).  Try sneaking at some pages on the book of Constitution if you want a proof to that statement.

And lastly, I guess this is something that I am agreeing on. You can’t have a right to complain if you have not done your part in helping your country. It’s as similar on much simpler and much complicated tasks such as following traffic rules and paying taxes.

Hopefully this article asking made some clear answers to you. Thanks for reading this anyway.

P.S. Wish me luck for the PBS/NBN/RPN/IBC-13’s Hatol ng Bayan auditions next week. By the way you can add me up at abs-cbn’s bmpm website search for the user “lilslick28” there. Thank you. – n.d. (03/19/2010 | 10:24 p.m.)

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