Friday, May 07, 2010

How My Ballot Will Look On May 10

I never believed in block voting. I always wanted a balance. But with the candidates paraded before me, balance is out of the picture. I cannot in my conscience choose anyone from the Nacionalista Party nor from Erap's Puwersa ng Masang Pilipino. Joey de Venecia may be a good alternative just because he chose to expose a vukgar transaction. And yes, P500 million is a huge amount to turn down. Ang Kapatiran is too extreme for me as I believe that you can be morally upright without extremism. Any PaLaKa candidate is a big no-no for me. I guess by now you have an idea of who I'm voting for. Contrary to my usual practice, I'm voting straight Liberal Party.

No. 2 AQUINO, Benigno Simeon C. III

Vice Pres.:
No. 6 ROXAS, Manuel A.

  • No. 1 ACOSTA, Jr Nereus O.
  • No. 5 BAUTISTA, Martin D.
  • No. 7 BIAZON, Rozzano Rufino B.
  • No. 14 DRILON, Franklin M.
  • No. 19 GUINGONA, Teofisto III D.
  • No. 23 LACSON, Alexander L.
  • No. 26 LAO, Yasmin B.
  • No. 28 LIM, Danilo D.
  • No. 4o OSMEÑA, Sergio III D.
  • No. 48 RECTO, Ralph G.
  • No. 51 ROCO, Sonia M.

My choice for Party-list is No. 58 Akbayan. Ang Ladlad (No. 89) is also a good choice because they have bigger balls than Bayad Muna and because they actually need official representation in congress.