The Adobo Chronicles Endorses Mar Roxas For President


MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – In exactly a month from today, Filipino voters will troop to the polls to elect their next president and successor to NoyNoy Aquino. Five major candidates are vying for this much-coveted and most prestigious job: Vice President Jejomar Binay, former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senators Grace Poe and  Miriam Defensor-Santiago.

The candidates have made their respective pitches, crisscrossed the country to court the votes of the population and have done their share of mudslinging. Not to mention publishing and distributing their own comic books.

Like all media outlets, The Adobo Chronicles makes its own recommendation on who it thinks should be elected the next Philippine president.  We have finally decided to endorse the candidacy of Roxas.

There were times when we were a little bit too harsh in criticizing President Aquino’s anointed one, but we had to do what we needed to do as a non-partisan and highly respected news outlet.

The question, we are sure, in your minds, is what made us decide on Roxas?

Simple. It was this one-on-one interview with Karen Davila where Roxas displayed his mastery of the English language with a heavy accent, his up-to-date knowledge of current events, his charisma,  his family upbringing, his wife Korina Sanchez’s influence on his politics and personality, his understanding of issues important to the Filipino people, and most of all, his love and compassion for his fellow presidential candidates.

We hope you will agree with our endorsement.


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