When ambitious ‘thieves’ washed their dirty linen in public

/ 12:01 AM December 02, 2014

When two “thieves” hurl muck at each other’s face, no one gets the better of the other. Neither of them could ever wish to clear their names by washing their dirty linen in public. Instead, people get to know up close their rapacity and insatiability to amass wealth by foul means.

Though it already lost its capacity to amuse, such spectacle gives us a vantage view to see the kind of people wishing to be catapulted into public office.



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Diliman, Quezon City

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