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Thursday, October 08, 2015

Mayor Rodrigo Duterte to Launch Presidential Bid on Saturday?

Walang pera or funds if you run with Duterte unlike other parties pero people will vote for him not because of money or machinery but because they believe in him, as hope para maging maunlad ang ating bansa and thats what real democracy is. 

He has Davao as proof of his good leadership capability. While others are still, only making promises or has not proven much. A president is elected because people love him and supports him and believe in him and will help him. 

I am calling for an "OFW Revolution", nasubukan na natin ang EDSA Revolution, try naman natin ang "OFW Revolution" where OFWs and their families will support candidates that are pro-OFWs and we believe can transform our country like the many countries we are working right now.

Paano ba siya mananalo without machinery and money?

Mindanao will all go for him. The Muslims and the Lumads ay mataas ang respeto sa kanya. Cebu, Negros Oriental and Bohol and other bisaya speaking region will also go for him. If he gets B.Marcos as his VP, he will take Tacloban, Leyte and other regions by the Romualdez, plus a "Solid North" Ilocano Region of Bongbong Marcos. 

Pero if OFWs, each of the half, 5 Million out of the 10Million OFWs and Expats will require at least, 2 members of their registered voter family member to vote for DUTERTE, he will have atleast 10MILLION VOTES. Si Ramos dati sa close na laban kay Miriam, nanalo ng 6M votes, si Erap 12M votes, si GMA, 10M votes, at si PNoy 15M votes.

Napakalaking tsansa talaga na mananalo siya kung susuportahan ng mga OFWs.


SUPPORTERS of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is expecting him to announce that he is changing his mind and will heed the call for him to run for President.
“All roads are leading to Davao this Saturday. We expect him to heed the people’s clamor and run, nothing else,” said lawyer Emily Padilla, core member of the Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte National Executive Coordinating Committee (MRRDNEC) that launched the Run Duterte Run Movement and Duterte for President Caravan.
When asked about the possibility that Duterte might actually announce the opposite like what he did in his news conference last September 7, Padilla replied, “We don’t entertain that thought.”
Padilla told The Manila Times that once he declares his presidential bid, Duterte will face another dilemma–who to choose as his running mate.
She said the mayor is torn between Senators Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Alan Peter Cayetano.
Both had declared their intention to run for Vice President and expressed their preference for Duterte to be their running mate.
“Yes, there are supporters who are for Cayetano but there are many who want Marcos. If it comes to that, of choosing who’s who, Mayor Duterte will have the final say,” Padilla said.
“Whatever his decision will be, we will follow and support,” she added.

Cayetano, who was initially being pushed by House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. to be Liberal Party standard-bearer Manuel “Mar” Roxas 2nd’s running mate, made his announcement in Duterte’s bailiwick of Davao apparently to “jump the gun” on Duterte to take him in as the latter’s running mate.
But the move did not sit well with a huge number of Duterte followers who are actually pushing for a Duterte-Marcos team-up.
Marcos announced his own intention earlier this week, which came as a big surprise even to his own family since he was expected to seek the presidency.
“MRRDNECC and PDP-Laban will support anyone of them who is advocating federalism and who believes in the principles, vision and platform of government of Mayor Duterte.
The criteria will also cover those who wish to run for the Senate with Mayor Duterte as their President,” Padilla said. -Source: Manila Times

Another developing News:

Mayor Rodrigo Duterte held a meeting with his close allies and political advisers and drew a “Dream Team” of senatorial candidates.
Former North Cotabato governor Emmanuel Piñol said on Thursday that they were expecting Duterte to make an announcement on his presidential bid anytime, possibly by the weekend.
Those included in Duterte’s “Dream Team” – which was decided upon during a meeting from Wednesday evening to early Thursday – were veteran lawmakers Serge Osmeña and Panfilo Lacson; Sarangani Representative Manny Pacquiao; Leyte Representative Martin Romualdez; ACT-CIS Representative Samuel Pagdilao; Manila Vice Mayor Isko Moreno; and former Senator Miguel Zubiri. (Duterte also included  Las Piñas Rep. Mark Villar but there were reports from the House of Representatives that the son of property tycoon and former senator Manny Villar has decided not to run.)