Ed Panlilio withdraws from the presidential run

September 4, 2009 § 1 Comment

governor-ed-panlilioSo, it’s like this. A few weeks ago, Governor Ed Panlilio announced that he talked with God and that God told him he should run for the presidency. Today, he faced the media and said that he’s withdrawing from the race and told the crowd that it was a great “personal sacrifice” for him to do so.

Okey. So, that’s it. It was not God that Ed Panlilio met at that time, but himself. This is the reason why people don’t believe these so-called “messiahs” eh. They lie.

Anyway, Harvey Keh of Kaya Natin! movement said their organization is shifting support. They are solidly behind Noynoy’s candidacy. Keh said they just want to solidify the revolutionist or reformist block.

There are also indications that Senator Kiko Pangilinan is withdrawing from the vice presidential race.

At the end of September, Joseph Estrada, the former president, is expected to also announce whether he’s withdrawing or not from his presidential ambition.


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§ One Response to Ed Panlilio withdraws from the presidential run

  • Hi!

    First and foremost, I am a supporter of Noynoy for president. I want it to be clear once and for all. Hehehe!

    We are actually on the process of organizing the Noynoy for President NOW (Network of Weblogs).

    So, if you believe and trust Noynoy, you can contact us and let us change the way democracy works in the Philippines, a first in its actually in the country.

    I hope to be of contact to you.

    Thank you!

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