Thursday, March 12, 2009
If Only Invectives Could Kill
Why is that “political harassment” has always been the excuse of anybody (government or non government) accused of either corruption, misused or illegal diversion of funds; public or private? If the accused is a public official, how come one can separate political issue wherein fact his/her assumption of position is by way of election or appointment; both political by nature? If the accused is a private entity, the lame excuse for his evil act is always political harassment. When these devil’s apostles embezzled ordinary people’s hard-earned money, political harassment is definitely not in their agenda but greed. And now that these ordinary people are seeking justice (if justice still exists in this country), they (accused) in all audacity, cried political harassment.
The same goes with their alleged protector or coddler in the government. They seem to be masters in the science of denial. How disgusting to see their faces in the national broadsheet or television professing in high heaven their innocence. “Kung nakakamatay lang ang pagmumura, matagal na siguro akong mamamatay-tao.” (If hurling invective could kill, I was a murderer then)
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