What does politicians and human food have in common?
Well, retired broadcaster Jay Sonza discussed this in his latest Facebook post.
According to Sonza, elected government positions and human food share a common denominator – both have shelf life and expiration date.
“Ang pagkain may shelf life at expiration date. Ganoon din ang hangganan sa pagtangan ng position sa gobyerno.”
Sonza said it is up to the voters if they want to eat expired food.
“Nasa sa iyo kung gusto mong kumain ng expired.”
At this juncture, Sonza shared a list of former and incumbent senators who are planning to run again for the senate in the 2022 election. “Samantala, heto ang Ilan sa mga gustong “magreturn of the comeback” sa senate ngayong 2022:”
- Bam Aquino, Metro Manila
- Loren Legarda, Antique
- Chiz Escudero, Bicol
- Sonny Trillanes, Bicol
- Risa Hontiveros, Metro Manila
- Leila de Lima, Bicol
- JV Ejercito, Metro Manila
- Miguel Zubiri, Bukidnon
- Joel Villanueva, Bulacan
- Greg Honasan, Bicol
- Alan Cayetano, Metro Manila
Sonza’s FB post amused his FB followers as shown by 1,400 netizens hitting “laugh” emoji out of 2,600 reactions.
Netizens have varied reactions on Sonza’s post dissuading netizens not to vote for expired politicians.
“We need new faces and mental abilities or capacities in the Philippine Senate,” said one netizen.
“I won’t vote any of them!” wrote this netizen.
“MasyadoNg greedy s position ang karamihan! Bigyan ng chances ung mga bgo for a change!” commented another.
“We are all hoping to elect new blood that have pure intentions of serving the filipino people…sana lang madami sila na maglakas loob na magfile ng candidacy,” another netizen chimed in.
“Yeah we need new breed of law makers yung ggawa ng batas about advance education, we have really poor education system, at obvious na obvious yan sa klase ng mga tao ngayon at lumalala pa dahil nahaluan pa ng teknolohiya kaya mas malala mga kabataan ngayon,” replied another netizen.
Source: Jay Sonza