It took at least two hours and fifteen minutes watching the live streaming debate of the five presidentiables: VP Binay, Mayor Duterte, Sen Santiago, Sen Poe and Roxas for the May 9, 2016 polls, hosted by Mr. Mike Enriquez and Ms. Jessica Soho of GMA Network and its print media partner, the Philippine Daily Inquirer known as #PilipinasDebates2016 - a debate show developed by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), the first presidential debate after 24 years at the Capitol University in Cagayan de Oro City on February 21, 2016.
The above video is a complete replay of Pilipinas Debates 2016 - Video Credits GMA Network
There are several groups of words that provide a wide range of synonyms and antonyms for various aspects of personality such as: Stimulating, Good tempered, Tolerant, Flexible and Objective. And VP Binay has met all these qualifying words that portrait his personality. This is the reason why I would choose him as my president in addition of all the good deeds he has exhibited throughout his lifetime as a public servant.
To create vivid verbal pictures for VP Binay, I had looked up and selected the most qualifying words that I thought would denote both positive and negative aspects of VP Binay's personality. Below are words supplied with synonyms and antonyms that would portrait the personality of my president Jejomar C. Binay.
Those surveys done by some political organizations, business entities and other private organizations in the country for the 2016 polls should not be taken seriously by any individual and for those who are running for positions simply because - those respondents who have been used during surveys do not actually reflected the million registered Filipino voters. How could a 1,200 respondents represented the 54.4 million Filipino registered voters in the country including those who are migrant workers on foreign lands? And the popularity received by any candidate after the said surveys for me have no merits because the real survey and the true survey will be done on May 9, 2016 election.
Speaking of popularity - it could not be bought by some group of people, by any individual or by any organization. There is no shop to buy popularity. Popularity of a candidate like VP Binay, Gringo Honasan and BongBong Marcos are gained from some unexpected events, tragedies and other life events that they themselves have no vivid idea that those unique events that happened to them could make them popular. And eventually could help them drive to reach their desired goals. VP Binay is already popular celebrity. His popularity started to shine at the time he fought back to regain democracy in the country in 1986. But what makes him more popular?
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