President Benigno Aquino III, emerges from DAP controversy, as yet the kindest president this nation has.

As stubborn and as bratty as he remains, this honest and sincere president who only has the welfare of the people in his mind and in his heart, makes a firm and formidable stance, to protect his suffering bosses, from those who miss the mark.

The DAP issue reverberates through the valleys of death, about its illegality, as the Supreme Court declares it unconstitutional. Tell that to the hungry and the ailing, the pauper and the dying. Would they even listen?

NO, they won’t.

What matters to them is the food that could appease the churning of their stomachs.
What matters to them is the paracetamol that could take away the fever that chills both their body and their soul.

This president’s bosses are begging.

And the educated minds calculate that they could wait another day? For what?

For propriety?

Gosh! What propriety are we talking about? Have we not learned about what we must do, that when presented with two evils, we choose the lesser evil?

And the media, whose job is reportage, magnifies its lack of excellence by assuming that every question and opinion that they could think of has every right to be uttered or printed, adding to the buzz or the noise of the professional protesters. The media need to be reminded that senseless presumptions could be detrimental to our nation.

The bosses are down on the pit, dying, and you wait another day to help? Pardon me. Reality check: there is never a tomorrow to live, there is only today.

It is so easy to see that there is no error nor fault in the usage of the savings. The money was spent on the people.

The fault lies on those who make mountain out of a molehill, those who argue that morality is at stake here, because the end does not justify the means.

That is missing the mark.

For did not our Lord say “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.”

Give that savings to those who suffer and need it, What is the hay for if the horse is dead?

By and large, this president has come of age. To stand against a ruling of the Supreme Court is scary enough, He met it anyway.

That is what I call “My President.”