In a Facebook post, TraveLife Magazine publisher Christine Cunanan lashed out at a Leni supporter who visits her FB wall spewing alleged things ad nauseum from decades ago to discredit BBM, calling them pathetic.
Cunanan said this could only mean one thing – haters are rehashing the same alleged things because they have nothing new to discredit BBM.
Cunanan broke the bad news to the critics of BBM – their rehashed propaganda against BBM have no more effect, especially when their own bet flunked the bar twice and can’t even remember how many islands the country she hopes to lead has.
Cunanan said labels are inconsequential but leadership skills and real intelligence are king because they are needed to dissect complex issues before us accurately and come up with the best decisions. Much of this is learned in the real world, not in the four-corners of the classrooms some 42+ years ago, Cunanan said.
Cunanan concluded that based on what see on Robredo and BBM, she should be running for barangay captain while BBM is fit to become the next leader of the country.
You may now read Christine Cunanan’s original FB post below.
Honestly. Just trespassing on people’s walls and posting over and over again about alleged things from over 42+ years ago to discredit BBM (#7), the front runner, is just pathetic. Ibig sabihin wala nang ibang maibabato.
Wala na rin effect as bingi na kami sa pagrinig ng mga ganito — especially when their own candidate flunked the bar twice and can’t remember how many islands the country she is supposed to lead has.
And what a disservice too to all the school dropouts who went on to greater things. It’s really not about labels but about the leadership skills and real intelligence needed to dissect the complicated issues before us accurately and make the best decisions. Much of this is learned in the real world and not at school 42+ years ago.
All I can say is that so far, The Veep has shown that she should be running for a barangay position instead of for the presidency.
Whereas BBM has shown clearly that he is fit for the highest and most difficult position in the Philippines.
Source: Christine Cunanan