Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu’s retort to Ogie Diaz’s remarks telling the Pampanga lawmaker who is proposing to amend the term of the President and Vice President, including other government officials to let President Duterte retire has elicited laughs among her FB followers.
Basically, Chu laughed at the thought that ever since the DUMPER PARTYLIST brouhaha, Ogie Diaz is kind of restrained and rarely post his opinion Facebook but when it is about PRRD, the showbiz reporter and vlogger can’t resist the urge to throw a shade when the topic is PRRD.
Chu borrowed Diaz’s logic and said that in the spirit of fairness, Diaz and fellow Dilawans should let Leni retire like PRRD.
As of this writing, Chu’s FB post has made 2,200 netizens laugh out of 3,000+ reactors in just 10 hours and counting.
Netizens jumped into the comment section to share their opinion regarding Diaz’s jab at PRRD.
Di nanaman marunong mag isip kasi. Whatever happens, di na aabot sa termino ng incumbent ang kahit anong extension ng term. Sa bagal ng legal system dito sa atin, baka pati next pres, di pa din maapektohan.
Hindi naman apektado si PRRD sa batas na yan kung maipapasa. Isip ka nga Ogie. Syungaers.
pwedi din namang si Ogie ang pag pahingain.. pagod na sila sa sama ng loob na kada ggsing sila si PRRD prin ang Presidente at kada ggsing sila wala prin prangkisa ang ABS nila.
Si Ogie sana minsan swertihin na matulad kay Enchong, yung sobrang nagmamagaling! Yabang akala mo kung sino ganyan ang hitsura
You may read Chu’s brief FB post below.
After Pampanga Congressman said that 6 years is too short for the President, nag opinion agad si Ogie Diaz na papahingahin na daw si PRRD. Lagi syang G na G basta PRRD, but ever since DUMPER PARTYLIST, Medyo restrained na sya LOL.
BTW PARA FAIR: Si Leni din papahingahin na natin.
Kung ndi ka naman eng eng Ogie Diaz magbasa ka muna bago ka pumutak na parang manok. Ang application ng batas ndi retroactive meaning yung kasalukuyang nakaupo ay ndi cla makikinabang kundi ang mga mananalo sa sunod na election.
Source: Krizette Laureta Chu