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Leaders by example: Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo

Leaders by example: Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo Posted on April 30, 20162 Comments

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Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo

I applaud these candidates for the moral stance and leadership. And here they are, slowly-but-surely rising their way to the surveys, especially now that elections are just days away.

So why RORO? I made it clear before that if not for Miriam handpicked BBM as her VP, I would’ve go for her and Leni. Mar Roxas is my second choice, until I realize that he is indeed the best choice along with her running mate Ms Leni Robredo.

On Mar Roxas

I’ve seen personal testimonials on how Mar Roxas is as a boss and a leader – consistent, detailed, meticulously planned. His stint as the DTI secretary is proof, along with the bills that it was passed and implemented. His job as a DILG secretary, as I observed, was one of the toughest that I’ve seen, especially during the Bohol earthquake and the supertyphoon Yolanda, that I think until today, it’s been blaming him on the slow process and not the people from the local government who I think, needs to take action. His visits are mostly unannounced, and I think media is not needed for the much-needed exposure for his achievements imho.

On Leni Robredo

Leni has been a public servant ever since. She is a human rights lawyer since then before she became a congresswoman. Her service has been admired by many, especially now that she’s hands-on in supporting the Sumilao farmers during the campaign.

Both of them are leaders by example

As I observed, they are all for humility and not for grand gesture. For me they are the true leaders by example that doesn’t need any grand exposure from the media. For a true leader is someone who can reach out to everyone and has the heart for all.

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2 thoughts on “Leaders by example: Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo

  1. gusto ko mag-comment sa latest post mo, but since comment off dun and may connec itong article na ito doon…

    i also realized so many things especially sa pag-upgrade in terms of using social media ng paraan at paghulma ng pag-iisip ng tao sa pagboto. perhaps, may mga traditional tactics pa rin like vote buying. But in my observation marami ang nadale sa galing ng digital campaigning [ if not marketing] ng mga online geniuses [ a sarcastic compliment]. dinaan sa sharing, trending, at pagsira sa media to make any sites reliable basta pabor sa trip ng tao. sensationalism is a no-no journalism, what more sa partiality. Hindi nakita ng mga taong nagsi-share ng post na tungkol lang sa paninira.

    Pareho tayo ng bet, mas nangibabaw lang sa akin si Sen. Miriam. Bukod sa paniniwala ko sa kanyang “mental capacity” to govern this country, my vote for is a “thank you vote” sa mga nagawa n’ya. Pero I think God has other plan for her ibang laban naman ang hinaharap n’ya and I hope she will fine. Bata pa s’ya para mag-retire lalo na kung ikukumpara dun sa naglalaro ng candy crush.

    Pero malaki ang respeto ko kay Mar Roxas at kung di tumakbo si Miriam, siya na agad- wala ng pag-iisip. Mabuhay kay VP Leni. from the start sya na ang bet ko.

    1. Nasa social media na at internet ang pinakamadaling way ng pangangampanya ngayon, yan ang napansin ko compared nung nakaraang eleksyon. Pero napansin ko rin ang biglang dami ng trending sites na ginagamit sa black propaganda na siyang sinesensationalized hanggang ngayon. Nakakalungkot lang na ang daming nahulog dito kaya mas na-highlight ang mga panget na nagawa ni PNoy kesa sa mga achievements ni MR.

      Choice ko talaga si MDS. Pero sa pagpili niya ng running mate ang naging ultimatum ko. Buti nalang si VP Leni ang nanalo wahahahah kaya mabuhay tayo! 😀

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