Before I begin, I’d like to say that I don’t really enjoy making personal attacks. I mean c’mon, it’s petty and unfair in a number of ways. Unfortunately, with the way things are, I think I’m going to have to resort to more brutal methods of verbal combat. Ladies and gentlemen, let me tell you that I didn’t really want to do this. Truth be told, I don’t really like attacking President Aquino like this because, just a few years back, I wasn’t at all that different from him. Yes, you heard that right. I’m not afraid to admit that there was a time that I was every bit the selfish spoiled brat that Benigno Simeon “BS” Aquino III is.
However, after the Kidapawan Killings and his late and almost callous approach to the situation, I’ve decided that it’s time to put an end to his madness or at least the madness of his followers. This isn’t even the first time he’s acted like this. From the Luneta Massacre, the Yolanda Crisis to the death of the SAF 44, President Aquino has always handled said situations callously and arrogantly. Instead of apologizing for his incompetence and the incompetence of his constituents, he instead resorts to excuses and alibis and has failed to show any kind of empathy for victims. The wanton slaughter of farmers for political reasons and his lack of any kind of interest in the matter is the last straw and I’m just sorry that I don’t feel sorry for our dear president at all.
President Aquino seems to be a confirmed bachelor for life. Ever since his breakup with his stewardess girlfriend (who was probably paid ridiculous amounts of money to stay with him for so long) the man has been on a constant lookout for a new girl to have by his side. He’s even been rumored to have dated or courted Ms. Universe winner Pia Wurtzbach. However, it looks like our poor boy isn’t getting any action and probably won’t be getting any kind of action anytime soon.
Granted, I’m no expert in the matter, but here are my observations on why he will probably never find a woman who will truly love him:
Thing is, women like guys who’re willing to listen to them. Or, if that’s not possible, at least pretend to listen.
President Aquino has shown that he isn’t even willing to pay attention to anything other than his own interests like his PSP. He also lacks empathy as he has never shown any kind of concern for anyone who isn’t part of his inner circle. He never really seems to care about anyone who isn’t directly associated with him in any way such as his relatives, friends and former classmates.
This is a huge turn-off for a girl because this means he will never understand her true feelings as he will be too occupied with his PSP to listen to her.
Another big problem with President Aquino is that he acts less like a grown man but more like a spoiled teen trapped in a 50-year-old man’s body. He also seems to have the mind of a child as he has very poor comprehension skills and needs people to explain things to him in graphic form in order for him to fully understand.
Note as well how he can never seem to get over the past such as his grudge against the Marcoses. He tries with all his might to vilify Senator Marcos for example but, thanks to his abyssal performance as president, has only made the latter more popular.
Again, most women looking for a partner in life want a man who is as mature or even more so than they are. President Aquino, being what he is, can’t even be called a “man” because he’s stuck as merely a “boy”.
This should be quite obvious and has been repeated many times but I’ll say it again for good measure.
President Aquino has never taken responsibility for anything. He has never apologized for his blunders or the blunders of his constituents. Instead, he simply blames other people for the problems caused by his administration. When denied even that, he simply resorts to questionable alibis such as “not being informed” of the things that transpired.
An irresponsible man makes for a very poor husband and an even worse father as anyone will tell you.
President Aquino likes to go on and on about the alleged “achievements” of his administration even when he has so very little to show for it. Indeed, President Aquino’s “Tuwid na Daan” has caused nothing but suffering for the Filipino people and whatever benefits it might have were simply just stolen from the president’s predecessors. However, President Aquino continues to insist that his “Straight Path” has done a lot for the Philippines and even claims that had his predecessors been doing the same thing, our nation would have prospered by now.
Unfortunately, President Aquino’s “achievements” remain superficial at best and illusory at worst. He seems to insist that something is there even when there clearly isn’t. This can also be seen in the way he seems to have an imaginary friend in some of the ASEAN meetings he has attended.
There’s only one way to describe people who insist in the existence of nonexistent objects or beings: “Insane”
Yes, I know this is below the belt but if he at least had some of the above right, he would be less repulsive. I am also willing to admit that I’m pretty hideous myself but then, by taking responsibility and genuinely listening and caring about others, I gained the respect of a lot of people especially the opposite sex. Unfortunately, that clearly isn’t the case for our boy BS Aquino.
With his balding head, bulging eyes and stupid smile, he looks like a retarded fish of some kind. Coupled with his rather strange posture and tendency to drool, one can be forgiven for thinking that he is mentally handicapped.
I don’t think any woman in her right mind would want to marry a man with a permanent rape-face and happens to look a bit too much like some deep-sea fish.
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