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IT is almost imponderable how the radars of the electoral survey outfits have missed the incessant outpouring of support for Vice President Leni Robredo’s presidential run. It appears that most of the sampled respondents have already succumbed to the outright lies and deceptive propaganda fabricated by mercenary trolls reportedly on the payroll of the leading presidential candidate.

AN Armenian adage says “Show me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” This ancient aphorism finds truism in politics, like in the committed sectors and outstanding personalities who earnestly urged Vice President Leni Robredo to run for president, and countless more, predominantly volunteers, who are now tirelessly supporting her presidential bid. The enduring support of Leni’s kindred allies reaffirms her virtues, character, and capacity.

Mulang Pebrero 22 hangga’t 25, 1986, sa isang pag-aalsang umugong sa buong mundo at naging modelo ng mapayapang pagtutumba ng mga rehimeng mapanupil, milyun-milyong Pilipinong nanggaling sa iba’t-ibang sektor ng lipunan ang dumagsa sa EDSA (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue) upang wakasan ang tiraniya at pandarambong ng rehimeng Marcos.

IN a peaceful upheaval which resonated across the globe and became the model for nonviolent popular change of repressive regimes, millions of Filipinos from all walks of life 36 years ago massed from February 22 to 25, 1986 at the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) to end the tyranny and pillage of the Marcos regime. The historic EDSA People Power Revolution ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos. The despot and his family fled to Hawaii, courtesy of the US Air Force.