So how serious is Manny Villar about fighting corruption? Not so much.
As I See It
Villar won’t file raps against Arroyo
By Neal Cruz
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:02:00 10/02/2009
If and when Sen. Manny Villar becomes president, he will not, he said, file charges against President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. But he would not prevent others from doing so. He would allow the wheels of justice to punish those who need punishing. But he will not interfere to save anybody.
Asked what would be his priorities in case he becomes president, Villar answered that it would be the economy and jobs. An improved economy and more jobs are important to raise the standard of living in any country, he said. With a higher standard of living, graft and corruption would lessen. People would not steal anymore because they are living well already.
Obviously, it's not a priority. Just lip service.
And how silly it is to see a Marcos in an anti-corruption ad. And Satur Ocampo and Marcos in the same ad, LMAO.
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