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Letters to the Editor

A touch of decency

/ 12:00 AM December 08, 2016

During that infamous dastardly hearing wherein we saw and heard indecent, dishonorable congressmen rattle off foulmouthed questions to Ronnie Dayan, there was one outstanding, distinctive, heavenly voice there, and this was that of the honorable gentleman Rep. Vicente “Ching” Veloso. This decent man at the beginning of every relevant question reminded Dayan (in this general manner) that he, Veloso, was not after his private life, so he would not question him about intimate details of his romantic affairs. This he told Dayan time and again, perhaps insinuating to his colleagues to do the same. Hats off to you, Honorable Veloso for this touch of decency!

Unhappy days are here again with the resurgence of the name Marcos. Truly we are living in an indecent environment and space with the burial of this deplorable creature named Marcos. Up until then we feared silence.  But lo and behold, the appearance of the millennials! It was a day to celebrate when these young heroes came out with no experience but full of conviction that nothing was done right in that sinister dirt-digging. We hail these millennials.  Another touch of decency amid the rule of an indecent leader.



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