Character-based politics and why it should stop

The Philippines concluded its recently held general elections, where we witnessed the beginning of a new chapter in Philippine history. The Marcos-Duterte tandem, together with a number of their publicly endorsed senatorial candidates, are expected to serve their national positions this coming June. The Marcos-Duterte ticket won by a landslide, garnering around 60% of the total votes, where the incoming Marcos administration is expected to have tremendous political mandate with such a majority. The next government is bound to materialize their platforms, and it begins with choosing and appointing competent private citizens or politicians to various positions. But beyond the results of the sacred ballot boxes, the recent elections exposed how polarizing Philippine politics can be, which can be traced on how hapless the current 1987 constitution really is.

After Corazon Aquino was pushed to the presidency in 1986, a process to change the 1973 Philippine constitution gained traction. In turn, this gave birth to the 1987 constitution, which is basically a continuation of the presidential system introduced by the Americans during the Philippine Commonwealth years. This system of government perpetuated various political and social malaise due to these constitutional limitations that restricted the state and the society in participatory nation-building. Even though the Philippines has a longer history of democracy in comparison to other countries in the Indo-Pacific region, the country didn’t seem to bother to create these inclusive institutions. As a result, various socio-political symptoms persisted and worsened due to character-based politics promoted by this presidential system of government.

The first socio-political symptom is the tremendous influence wielded by the landed gentry and the elites. Tracing back the faulty land tenure programs instituted way back from the Spanish colonial era’s “encomiendas“, these landed elites became similar to European feudal lords during the middle ages. Their primary interest lies on how to expand or maintain their political clout and were never interested in emancipating their tenants from perennial servitude. Their loyalty was never to the country where they belong to but on what is more economically beneficial to them. Due to the Philippines’ inefficient and often altogether ineffective bureaucracy, there are virtually no incentives to enfranchise the lower strata of the society.

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The second symptom deals with the toxic relationship of showbiz and politics where, with the nature of Philippine elections, popularity is the name of the game. The mass media and entertainment businesses are willing victims and perpetrators of such games, specially when we see politicians use publicity to cement name recall when elections come. These aforementioned politicians build on working relationships with popular showbiz personalities, hoping that an endorsement would provide the necessary votes to deliver them to public office. This can be noticed further as how these political campaigns are performed, which is uncannily similar to Philippine noon-time variety shows. As a result, candidates resort to singing and dancing, no matter how hilarious they end up looking.

Finally, the last symptom that is being perpetuated by the 1987 constitution is with regard to political dynasties. Numerous political analysts and scientists are quick to identify the detrimental effects of political dynasties, where these political families engage in strategically occupying various posts in both national and local governments. The most common strategy is for a popular family member to occupy any government seat and leave notable legacies in a locality. However, with term limits specified by the constitution, that politician would eye a different electoral position instead, while letting his/her wife, husband, or children inherit that position, which he/she has initially occupied. As such, these term restrictions, which were installed with good intentions, end up creating a system more susceptible to corruption.

These three above-mentioned socio-political dilemmas are mere symptoms that manifest the deeper structural and institutional flaws of the current constitution of the Philippines. The 1987 constitution perpetuates an electoral system where the electorate becomes enamored and fanaticized more on the politicians themselves, rather than their advocacies, principles, and platforms. The Philippine-style “padrino” system has blended uniquely with this character-centric politics where affiliations and allegiances clearly define gainers and losers. As a result, this has relegated meritocracy to the backseat and has visibly lowered state capacity. In addition, this enfranchises public servants to switch alliances, creating turncoats before they become victims of a sinking ship. How can we create a strong republic if such systems disincentive technocracy and instead, favor political patronage?

The Philippine state and the Filipino society should only look at accomplishing one primary objective and that is about creating, perfecting, and preserving inclusive economic and political institutions. These inclusive institutions identify flourishing nation-states and formidable countries that can respond when critical junctures happen. This can be seen with how British history unfolded and how the British state and society pedaled its way towards prosperity.

Prior to the industrial revolution that afforded London the terminology “Pax Britannica” during the 19th century, two significant historical junctures compelled the United Kingdom to create these institutions. The first is when parliament clashed with the English king because of religion and taxation, where the Parliamentarian Oliver Cromwell emerged victorious in this civil war. English society was adamant in its position against the desires of the English king to raise taxes, creating a political gridlock between the monarchy and the parliament which ended in a regicide when King Charles I was executed, leading to the interregnum. In the end, the monarchy returned and later exacted vengeance against the acts of regicide, where Oliver Cromwell himself was executed posthumously. Needless to say, the English society through the parliament acted as a balancer to the excesses of the English monarchical leviathan.

The second juncture is when the Dutch leader William III landed on England and governed the kingdom with his wife, Mary II, deposing King James II. With the dreaded memories from the civil war, the Glorious Revolution was a relatively peaceful transition of power, which afforded British sovereignty not to the crown, but to the parliament. But the most noteworthy is the passage of the Bill of Rights, which put to writing various freedoms and rights of individuals, establishing an environment suitable for participatory and plurality politics. Both the English civil war and the Glorious Revolution created not only inclusive institutions, but also a mutually strong state and society.

Political reformation in Britain happened due to these inclusive institutions, which strengthened individuals to actively participate in politics. However, the lousy 1987 constitution fails to level the playing field between the wealthy and the destitute, and between the strong and the frail. Transforming a constitution that will emphasize coalition-building and consensus-building is a better, cost-effective approach to transitioning when these institutions are adopted. Constitutional reform isn’t a panacea that cures these malaises, but changing the rules as to how politics and economics should be played will undoubtedly make the country more prepared in answering these future challenges that lie ahead.

72 Replies to “Character-based politics and why it should stop”

  1. Questions to the one who wrote this piece”

    1 Are you saying the 1987 Constitution is to blame for BBM and company’s election?

    2. If the 1987 Constitution is bad, does that mean we should have stayed on the old constitution?

    3. When in the ’87 Constitution specifically stipulates and support character-based politics?

    I asked that because it appears that you are blaming everything to the country’s constitution which has guided us for the past 36 years to where we are now. ?

    1. 1. Yes

      2. No we should change the constitution or at least amend it

      3. The Presidential system as a whole although not specifically creates character-based politics

  2. Once again a GRP “writer” / monkey FAILS to provide any evidence for any claims.

    This is basically tiktok university type school papers. Your words are more useless than soiled toilet paper

    Kinda sad that sheep like megget and aeta fall for this crap. But I guess that’s what happens your a bobotante.

    I mean BBM is the biggest personality there is. He didn’t even release his economic platform. Not even his supporters can say objectively his policy positions.

    At least we’ll mannered. Am I right?

    1. So, you’re getting your resources from Tiktok? Color me surprise, people like you are always self-projecting. As if you can write any better than GRP writers when all you do is hurl insults which doesn’t contribute anything.

    2. Everybody knows bbm’s policy positions.

      Because it is basically a continuation of the duterte admin.

      With a few tweaks.

      Whats the big deal ?

      The 2022 election was a referendum on the existing admin, and passed with flying colors.

      So you can flush leni’s lame platform down the toilet, nobody bothered to read it anyway.

      1. “Everybody knows bbm’s policy positions.
        Because it is basically a continuation of the duterte admin.”
        ==========
        In your desire to get out of the fix, as usual, you lied again.

        BBM policy a continuation of Digong’s? Did BBM mention that in his campaign? Where did you get that idea?

        If it’s a continuation of Digong’s policy, how come he was not endorsed by the former?

        That’s fake news. ?

        1. “BBM policy a continuation of Digong’s? Did BBM mention that in his campaign? Where did you get that idea?

          “If it’s a continuation of Digong’s policy, how come he was not endorsed by the former?” —- Juan Luna

          So what if BBM continues Digong’s agenda? What’s wrong with that idea since that’s what the country’s expecting BBM to do?

          You’re opening a can of “dead” worm by raising an issue that no one is talking about anymore after the election, except you. Is that what Liberals do? Make a mountain out of a mold, by causing “dissent” and “division,” because they have no interest to unite the country so they can maintain the “status quo” their liberal (yellow) party has created.

        2. Yea.

          No one gives a shit.

          Platforms are moot and academic at this point.

          What matters is the execution.

          And president bbm will be awesome in the execution.

          Those who cant take it, you can rally at the edsa shrine.

          Pls post the drone shots and plackards..we know you love your drone shots and plackards as much as you love sucking them cocks.

        3. Fake news shmake news.

          Its the yellow faggots like you spreading disinformation, trying pathetically to control the narrative.

          Youre all done.leni is toast.
          Just sit back shut up and watch 6 more years of awesomeness.

        4. I agree, Leni is toast but we are not talking about that. We are talking about character-based politics and the Constitution.

          Any idea? ?

        5. “Platforms are moot and academic at this point.
          What matters is the execution.” – Megget
          ========
          Execution of what? ?

        6. So what if BBM continues Digong’s agenda? What’s wrong with that idea since that’s what the country’s expecting BBM to do? – Aeta
          ==========
          You think that will pass? It’s very clear, you are changing the topic. Megget claimed the BBM’s policy was a continuation of Digong’s. I raised my doubt and thought he or you will tell and explain to me why it’s a continuation and you will ask me that?

          Don’t tell me what’s wrong with the “continuation”, explain first how it became a continuation. ?

        7. You’re opening a can of “dead” worm by raising an issue that no one is talking about anymore after the election, except you. – Aeta
          ==========
          Excuse me, it was Megget who brought up the ‘continuation’ issue.

          Aeta, Megget, am I right to imagine that you look like this emojis

          ? ? ?

          It is obvious you’re having hard time since all the questions thrown at your direction remained unanswered. ?

        8. “You think that will pass? It’s very clear, you are changing the topic. Megget claimed the BBM’s policy was a continuation of Digong’s. I raised my doubt and thought he or you will tell and explain to me why it’s a continuation and you will ask me that?

          “Don’t tell me what’s wrong with the “continuation”, explain first how it became a continuation. ?”—Juan Luna

          “What’s good enough for the goose, should be good enough for the gander.” Except, of course, for liberals like Jason, Tim, and Juan Luna, who will try to squeeze out a “turkey” from a pair of female goose and a gander (male goose). In the whole scheme of what you, Megget, and I think, BBM will do what BBM needs to do as president, and there’s not a damn thing you or anyone can do to change it.

          You keep speculating on what BBM’s plans are and demanding us Conservatives on GRP to answer your senseless question, is like asking someone what’s Heaven and Hell is like when no one alive has come back from death to tell us about it. So you’ll keep badgering those people for an answer until they tell you a version of Heaven and Hell that you want to hear, even if they’re not true, so you’ll move on. Sounds pretty liberal for a conservative like me, I’m afraid.

        9. “Like what I said earlier, your narrative is just a slightly better version of Jason’s, who ask questions he already knows the answers to…” –
          ==========
          You completely missed (maybe becoz like Megget you’re also afraid) the point of the discussion. Questions are asked to find out what how deep you are about BBM’s platform not becoz the one asking already what knows what the answer is. ?

          In other words, to remind you, unlike playing with Megget, we’re discussing issues. Questions and answers can come on both sides. I thought you knew that when you keep on asking questions on me about the kerfuffle we’re having and I answer you back. ?

        10. ““What’s good enough for the goose………………….” – Aeta
          ==========
          There goes that rigmarole answer again. ?

          Yadadadadadadadadadada! (Long yak-yak just to avoid to engage). I tell you, I’m pretty disappointed in you, having seen your paragraphic posts and hearing from my student, Justice, that you’re worth the time to engage with, and to see you run away every time there is an opportunity to engage!

          Man, that’s a bummer. ☹️

        11. “You keep speculating on what BBM’s plans are…” – Aeta
          ========
          How can I even speculate when I have no idea of his plans are? That is why I’m asking you what it is and you keep on dodging.

          Are you okay? ?

        12. “How can I even speculate when I have no idea of his plans are? That is why I’m asking you what it is and you keep on dodging.

          “Are you okay? ?”””””””” —-Juan Luna

          You want to know what I think BBM’s plans are so you can shoot them full of holes and write about it. Why don’t you relax your Liberal mind, like what the rest of us Conservatives are doing, and wait and see? I’m the one who should be asking if you’re okay, instead of the other way around.

        13. “You want to know what I think BBM’s plans are so you can shoot them full of holes and write about it.” – Aeta
          ========
          Oh, is that the reason why you refuse to engage? Why are you so concerned of what I’m going to say about it? I mean, if BBM’s plans are not good, why will I take it against you when I’m pretty sure you had no hand in crafting it? OMG! The only people who will have a hard time explaining it are those who are responsible in making it.

          All you have to do is say, BBM, under his plans, wants to do this and that; he plans to take this or that steps; he will do and don’t that, etc.

          So, what’s to worry about that? You think for that I will call you names and attack and label you just for saying that? OMG! ?

          Your earlier posts impressed on me that you’re the kind that will engage, argue and debate for what you stand for with logic and reason, etc. But it seems like Megget has an influence with you about mediocrity.

          I’m the one who should be asking if you’re okay, instead of the other way around. – Aeta
          ========
          The discussion is always not okay if one side refuses to engage but loves to provoke and label people. ?

    3. “It is obvious you’re having hard time since all the questions thrown at your direction remained unanswered. ?”—Juan Luna

      Like what I said earlier, your narrative is just a slightly better version of Jason’s, who ask questions he already knows the answers to–like, “what is BBM’s plans and why hasn’t he laid them out yet?”–are typical questions asked by liberals. No matter how the oppositions answer, you’re still going to shoot their answer(s) full of holes to make yourself look like you’ve won the diatribe.

      BBM’s plans remains to be seen once he’s inaugurated is never going to be good enough for an answer, because you liberals are already planning on how you will sabotage his presidency in the minds of GRP readers, to keep your liberal (yellow) party’s status quo intact.

      1. I guess theyll never stop.

        Thats too bad theyre only going to lose even more in 2028.

        No solutions coming from that camp.

        Bunch of fools.

        1. Bbm sara didnt need debates now, and Sara wont need a platform in 2028, and neither will robin padilla in 2034.

          Yellowtards, you can cry now.

        2. “Bbm sara didnt need debates now…” – Megget
          ==========
          What’s the debate for? The election was May 9; before that candidates we’re given time to debate. So, the need for debates has long past gone.

          Megget, did you forget to take your medicine again? ?

          ???

        3. Megget, don’t worry, Marcos Jr. and pro-Marcos forces will hijack 2023/2024 ConCon like the 1973 ConCon under Marcos Sr, to bring back 1973 Constitution to have full parliamentary federal constitutional monarchy so we need Marcos dynasty for last long time meant for Marcos-controlled Philippines forever. All yellows, communists, dilawans and LGBTQIA+ community will be purged someday.

        4. Darth Maul,

          Soviet Union was dissolved in 1989 because of Yellowtards and Pinktards.

      2. @Darth Maul

        You are Pinklawan Dilawan Communist! Russia was once Soviet Union and it freed itself from communism.

  3. @juan luna
    You are your wasting your time trying to make intellectual conversation with megget and aeta. Those dodos have nothing but cobwebs for brains.

    Like nothing is in their head except katangahan. Pretty simple question right? What’s bbm economic plans. Zero wala. Bbm press secretary mr bald guy already admitted they have no plans after may 9.

    Idiot megget and aeta are assuming bbm will carry out duterte plans bec sara is his running mate. Pretty dumb right? To make that connection because of the daughter?

    But that is the Philippines we live in. Full of dumbass sheep like megget and aeta. Who watch tiktok and have nothing but gay, dick and cum on the brains.

    Their master benigno the clown is no better. You can ask for the peer reviewed sources of Benignos claims and he will just point to his old articles. Making GRP the oroboros of shit political opinion with benigno, megget, and aeta eating each other shits and circle jerking ad nauseum

      1. @megget
        Leave the motherland? You mean like your clown master benigno the fool? He lives in AUSTRALIA you know

        I bet that makes him an uncircumcised traitor because at least I’m still here.

        Oh megget. Your so dumb. I hope you get paid well you lightweight.

        1. Why?

          Why are you still here?

          You will only be in a constant state of hate.

          You can leave, we dont need you here.

        2. @Propaganda Boy

          Did you just mistaken me to this foul mouthed Darth Mortis? Very hilarious.

    1. @Darth Mortis the Dumbass. It sounds to me your liberal mind can no longer take the realistic abuse you’re getting from conservatives. Your ABS-CBN and GMA-brainwashed delusional days will soon be over. Those liberal networks will eventually get cancelled by the incoming administration, and you will have no choice but to wake up from the “La La Land” of Vice Ganda and face reality like the rest of us. It’s time to wean yourself from baby formulas and soiled diapers and start eating the solid food of reality, washing your ass, and wearing clean drawers.

      1. @aeta tae
        The only thing you are “conserving” are the traditional politicians, dumb politics and oligarchs.

        You are such a dummy. Like BBM is not an oligarch but he was born rich , never worked and only flies first class?

        Sorry to say that BBM will not give you a piece of that tallano gold.

        1. If the only thing that comes out of your filthy, liberal mouth is the same shit that comes out of your ass, then you’re not really saying anything important. The insults you hurl always miss their target, boomerang back, and land on top of your head. That’s why no one on GRP ever takes what you say seriously; you’re full of shit, shithead.

        2. But your leni robredo is also rich trying to be a laylayan wearing her balenciaga bag and walking in rice field with her branded shoes,sori but your nanay fushia Robredo is a poor choice as standard bearer for the opposition, Lutang can read in her speech through teleprompter,trying to be an economist of 1700 island,trying hard to be a dumblawyer, who failed bar many times, and did not practice her law profession without her litigation experience!

        3. Hey Dilawan Kakampink LGBT gay faggot Darth Mortis… Get out…

          Homosexuality is a sin!

      2. @aeta tae.

        LOL sit down son. I would absolutely and devastatingly clown you in a debate.

        Your ideas are kindergarten level and best. And you can’t even insult properly.

        The arc of history will look down upon you fools. Think about it historians , academics, businesses are all saying one thing.

        And yet you believe dumb ass bloggers like benigno. Who doesn’t even live in the Philippines. Like you need to be a special kind of stupid.

        You think your so smart. But look at you company of 31 million voters. The poor , unwashed and uneducated.

        You complain about abs cbn but get all your information from the university of tiktok.

        In other words aeta tae you are not at my level. Know your place worm.

        1. @Darth Mortis the Dumbass. Let’s go, dumbass! Start the debate. I’ll bet only stupid shits will be coming out of your filthy, liberal mouth and they won’t make any sense. Stop sounding like some sophisticated re-tard: “the arc of history will look down upon you fools.” The only “arc” that will somewhat resembles what you’re saying is you flicking your shits at us after you dig them out of your filthy asshole, “arching” themselves in a semicircle shape up in the air, and landing back on top of your head after they miss their intended targets.

          I don’t believe benign0 or any other bloggers; they’re entitled to their own opinions. As long as they don’t spew your brand of infantile tantrums on the pages of GRP, it’s hard to say anything bad about them. You, on the other hand, deserves to be treated like the dumbass that you are because of all the liberal stupidity that run amok inside your head, shit their way down to your diapers, and find their way on the pages of GRP.

          I don’t think I’m smart at all, but I know bullshit when I see it. And I’ll bet most of the readers on this forum have already concluded that those bullshits you’ve been spewing in our direction do look, smell, and feel like what they are. Bullshits. “University of Tik-Tok.” Does that sound like what a mature GRP contributor would write, or what someone would expect a toddler to mumble through the thumb stuck in his mouth, while he scratches his hairless balls with the other? Get a life, dumbass, after you graduate from your delusional Tik-Tok University.

        2. Thats right this dart monkey has his own place.

          A special place, reserved for such a special child..

    2. “You are your wasting your time trying to make intellectual conversation with megget and aeta.” – Darth mortis the wise
      ========
      You know what, I think you are right. Well, with Megget, I’m just playing with the dude because I know he cannot rise above the personal attacks and name-calling. For me, he’s a comic relief

      With Aeta, I have to admit, I was disappointed. Maybe I expected something from him but he opted to stay on the level of Megget so…..?

      See, when you read their post, Aeta, at least, is making a point, however wayward it is. But with Megget, oh boy, talk about talking with a 5 year old mongoloid! ?

      Anyway, I’ll take your opinion seriously as I go along on this blog. ?

      1. Dude, you don’t have credibility to judge marcos jr,You have one sided political views, you’re a dilawan hiding in pink, so what we will expect from you?

        1. Let’s brake down what you just said. You said, I judge Marcos Jr., can you quote me on that? I can not dispute something that does not exist.

          I don’t have credibility? So, then, why talk to me?

          Bye! ?

      2. Yang sinasabi mong walang economic plan ay nilampaso ang boto ng nanay mo, mas malaki pa ang lamang kesa sa boto ni lotang ina!

      3. Yang sinasabi mong walang economic plan ay nilampaso ang boto ng nanay mo, mas malaki pa ang lamang kesa sa boto ni lotang ina!

      4. Delusional pinktards.

        Your conversation is nowhere near the level of “intellectual” whatever that is.

        What you are is a simpleton.

        For example, when i say “cock” you say “gobble”

        1. “For example, when i say ‘cock’ you say ‘gobble.'”— Megget

          LMFAO! I’m wearing my drink on my shirt again…!

    3. “Like nothing is in their head except katangahan. Pretty simple question right? What’s bbm economic plans. Zero wala.” – Darth mortis the wise
      ========
      Exactly. Are you sure it’s just katangahan or they were just afraid to engage for fear of being clobbered? I mean, Aeta, especially, he can talk and argue but when challenge to support his argument, he backs off with tail between his legs. Maybe afraid to lose in a debate?

      With Megget, it’s all nonsense, so you treat him like a doggie. If you want to give him some treat, comment on his post and he will bite back with frothed mouth! ?

      Anyway, nice observation. ?

    4. Lmao, you have a point, Darth Mortis but your comment ain’t that even better than Megget and Aeta. Freaking hilarious coming from the “Wise” one. Comedy gold.

      1. @ Darth Maul

        Maybe I’ll make a better comment once to learn some originality.

        Kinda like BBM faking all his accomplishments. Most of which is debunked.

        Only significant one was that he was a milo kid taekwondo champion. Slow claps.

        1. “Maybe I’ll make a better comment once to learn some originality.” — Darth Mortis the Dumbass

          Here’s a suggestion on how you can make a “better comment” with “some originality”:

          “Shut the Fuck Up, Listen, and Learn.” — Aeta

  4. The faggots have turned vicious.

    The beating of may 9 was so brutal, they have been knocked back to mid february.

    Full on denial mode.

    Hey faggots, snap out of it.

    No more debates, nothing to explain, the election is over.

    Bbm is president whether you like it or not ( you dont )

    6 years is a long long time for crying..now dont you be losing your shit.. ha ha ha

      1. Why waste resources on eliminating the Yellows/Pinks and the few Yellow LGBT’s? Just let them fade in obscurity.

  5. We can have a government that can serve most ordinary Filipino , like most of us…I don’t believe in any political platforms…you can hire people, who can produce “good political platforms”…but, after winning the election…these political platforms would not be followed and accomplished…

    So, think people, if we can make a government, that can serve us all…this is the challenge of all Filipinos. The Aquino constitution was designed to serve the : “Feudal Oligarchs”, like the Aquinos and the Cojuangcos , and the rest of the serve serving politicians and political parties !!!

    1. “The Aquino constitution was designed to serve the : “Feudal Oligarchs”, like the Aquinos and the Cojuangcos , and the rest of the serve serving politicians and political parties !!!” —- Hyden Toro

      Yup. That’s what I’ve been saying all along but “Juanita ‘Gwapita’ Luna” and “zaxx” will probably disagree with those assertions. Welcome Back, Hyden Toro!

        1. “Gwapita is my mentor.

          Aeta the necro, on the other hand, is an oralist.

          And I’m a fag.” – Megget
          ==========
          ???!!!

        1. Good to hear from you again from way back . It’s good to know I’m not the only one who sees that these Yellow Oligarchs have been raping the country for more than 3 decades. As for Juanita “Gwapita” Luna, he enjoy being raped as much as like to listen to Captain and Tennille’s classic song: “Do That To Me One More Time.”

        2. Good to hear from you again from way back . It’s good to know I’m not the only one who sees that these Yellow Oligarchs have been raping the country for more than 3 decades. As for Juanita “Gwapita” Luna, he enjoys being raped as much as he likes to listen to Captain and Tennille’s classic song: “Do That To Me One More Time.”

        3. “It’s good to know I’m not the only one who sees that THESE YELLOW OLIGARCHS HAVE BEEN RAPING THE COUNTRY for more than 3 decades. As for JUANITA “GWAPITA” LUNA, HE ENJOY BEING RAPED as much as like to listen to Captain and Tennille’s classic song: It’s good to know I’m not the only one who sees that these Yellow Oligarchs have been raping the country for more than 3 decades. As for Juanita “Gwapita” Luna, he enjoy being raped as much as like to listen to Captain and Tennille’s classic song: “Do That To Me One More Time.” – Aeta
          ========
          Umm, there is a disconnect on the thought expressed. ?

          Oh, I like Captain and Tennille! I didn’t know “Do That To Me One More Time” has something to do with rape. I commiserate with your sad experience Aeta. ☹️

      1. “Welcome Back, Hyden Toro!” – Aeta
        ============
        Translation: Help! I’m being mugged left and right because I sounded like a broken record about liberals and conservative!

        Save me please! ?

        ???!

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