few days ago some supporters of the president posted on Facebook a letter expressing their deep and continual support for him. If I am to write a letter to the president, this is what I have to tell him.
Dear Mr. President, how can critics not examine your words if in the first place they are “obviously foul and controversial?” Are you expecting that the Commission on Human Rights will not react when you said that you are concerned with human lives more than human rights? And how can people not react when you called God stupid and made rape jokes among others?
Your supporters say that they are ashamed of the people in their country. I hope that they will be ashamed of you too, for saying a lot of things that have made this country shameful. I will say this in Cebuano to make it clear: “nagto-o mog kamo ray na uwaw para sa Pilipinas? Duha na mi ka tuig nga na uwaw para sa Pilipinas sukad pa sa 2016.” This is a country whose leadership has lost its decency. And yet many would insist that decency is not an issue.
Again, your supporters blame people for not having morals, ethics, discipline etc. They are very correct Mr. President! Discipline is something you cannot give us. We must be the one to do it Mr. President. We have to do our work in our respective stations in life. We should submit our requirements of time, pay our “utang” on time, come to work on time, and respect our employers through every word and action that we say. That is why I never believed in your promise in 2016 that you can finish the drug problem in six months.
And then, again, Mr. President, people are blamed for putting you on the news 24/7. They say that of all the presidents, you were left alone since the time you took oath. In the