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Memo To: Noynoy Aquino – the challenges of the noynoy aquino presidential campaign

September 10, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

memo to: noynoy aquino,

finally, september 9 came when noynoy aquino declared he is a presidentiable. the country, the admin  and most specially the opposition presisenitables have been waiting for it.

there a few things that need to be looked into:noynoy aquino presidentiable

  • this will impact the complexion of the 2010 presidential election. re-alignments have occurred, there will be more to come. we hope that the end game re-alignments will benefit the nation.
  • the next steps that noynoy will take will be very key, specially the next 5 to 8 steps. compared to other presidentiables, noynoy in particular need to be highly strategic in choosing what steps to take, what sides to choose and  even how to sequence them.
  • they need to be cognizant of what are truly the most key for noynoy. astute strategic thinking is most key and an ability to seep through the murk, the noise and identify the most essential.
  • there are traps, lets hope he sees what these are.
  • there is a window of opportunity for noynoy to take advantage of. he must know when that is open, when it will close and the critical need to take advantage of it.
  • in all of these, there is a single question that needs to be taken advantage of and that needs to be done very soon.

we wish you well, senator noynoy aquino.

 

~wawam~

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  1. emy torneros
    September 12, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    I’m not at all impressed with Noynoy Aquino. He is far different from his parents and I honestly think and feel he is just riding on the popularity of his mother and father. My God, what happened to the burial of Cory does not necessarily mean that he is the right successor to his parents.

    Mar is right for the presidency. Noynoy should have the decency to acknowledge this and for delicadeza, he should have turned down the clamor for his joining the presidentiables. Tsk,tsk, walang delicadeza!

    • leigh
      September 21, 2009 at 5:46 pm

      are u sure? mas may delicadeza c noy.. he is more fitted for predidency than anyone else bcoz in d first place he never aimed for higher positions. he just answered and accepted the call of the people and that includes me who believes in his capacities and decency

  2. marsheemarsh
    September 17, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    the people are very apprehensive but i think out of desparation for change they will vote for him.

    i hope the tides change eventually

  3. leigh
    September 21, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    i’ll vote for noy.. our country needs a great change… the people are paying taxes for nothing but for mere corruption.. our people are in a desperate need of leaders who are committed to serve and who are trustworthy. To God be the glory!!! To Noynoy Aquino be the presidency!!!!

    • September 22, 2009 at 7:11 pm

      Katulad ni Cory na walang kakayahang mamuno noong siya ay ipagtulakan para tumakbo. Bagamat nagtagumpay ang kalayaan ay hindi naman natugunan ang sagot sa maraming problema ng bayan. Ito ang aking pangamba para kay Noynoy, tatakbo sya ng hindi handa, na siya mismo ay di desididong tumakbo. Ngunit dahil sa maraming politiko ang nasa kanyang likuran na may itim na hangarin, pilit nila siyang pinatatakbo dahil sa mabango nitong pangalan na minana sa kanyang magulang. Nakalulungkot na naman bukas ang ating kakaharapin lalong higit ng ating mga kabataan kapag sya nagnanalo. Uulit muli ang karanasan ng kahapon at di pa rin tayo natuto. Sayang mga kababayan Pilipino, kunsabagay nasa huli lagi ang pagsisisi…magwewelga nalang uli tayo.

  4. ewe
    October 28, 2009 at 10:04 pm

    Sino ba ang makakapagsabi na ang isang tao ay walang kakayahang mamuno? At pano natin ito masasabi? I think Noynoy is being branded as “walang alam” like his mother because of his supposed dismal performance as a congressman. But has anybody really took time to read through the resolutions he passed? Kasi parang wala. Yes, kakaunti lang ang naipasa n’ya compared to other congressmen na paunahan sa paramihan. But if you look into his legislations, these are carefully crafted to answer specific needs — needs that support a working democracy.
    Panu ba maging magaling na lider? Per piece pala tayo pag nag kukwenta ng nagawa? Or do we look at what the person has done not in terms of number but in terms of weight? Coz if you ask me, ang mga bills ni Sen. Noynoy are all for the protection of OUR democracy.

    I think Noynoy answered already the question on his abilities, and he said that “kung me nagawa ba tayo dapat nating ipag sigawan yun?” It was his job as a congressman to legislate and he did legislate to further the interest of the people. Does he need to call for a press conference everytime he does that? He is a public servant and he knows that. Let’s cut the guy some slack and allow him to show us what he has to offer.

  5. janet
    October 29, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    There are so much clamor all around who will be fitted to be our next President? Sana matuto na tayo sa ating mga pinili noon na sa akala natin mabigyan ang buong sambayanang Pilipino ng magandang kinabukasan. We just select whom we think kilala, me pera, etc. I believe that this days Pilipinos are much smarter now, hindi kesyo ok siya, anak o kamag anak ng mga dating politiko, hindi iyon ang batayan ng pagpili ng tunay na merong pag ibig sa ating bansa. However, look at the people around surrounding them, hindi ko naman nilalahat but I believe wake up call sa ating lahat. I would rather go for Bro. Eddie Villanueva whose righteous cause and fear of the Lord has been a great eye opener for everyone who wish that our beloved country will thrive again as a strong, flourishing nation economically, financially and most especially spiritually as Christian nation who loves all people inspite of their beliefs and religious background. I believe their will anew Philippines.

  6. janet
    October 29, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    correction… last sentence “There will be a new Philippines.”

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