Physical fitness is maintained by running, jogging regularly will increase stamina.
All truth is parallel, if one will always run for politics, chances are you win.
Or should I say you always lose.
Our topic today is not running per se, but running in the political sense.
Its 2009, the arena for politics to make a move is on the table.
Some have managed to stay "popular" thru media. Not everyone has the ability to do so.
Popularity is the name of the game. If you can stay in the minds of the Pilipino, chances are you will win.
But who is the right candidate for a seat?
Think about this:
While TV ads of a political personality are not against the Law, the people should know that BIG money is involved in making this. There no clear guide lines set by the Comelec on what should an aspiring candidate do or not. But making your self TV ads can be put a candidate a head start on the race even the race are not starting yet. In the Olympic game this kind of attitude is called cheating. On the political race can it be called the same?
Does all truth are parallel in physical and political realm?
Like in the Olympic, the Comelec also have implementing rules and regulation. Aspiring candidates are not doing anything against the Law for a very simple reason; the candidate must be officially registered. If a candidate is not registered to run for an office the Comelec does not have jurisdiction on the said personality. Like in the Olympic it can only impose there rules on official registered players.
So again think about this does all truth is parallel in the physical and political realm?
The answer is up to you to decide.
On the lighter side:
Why does it called running for an office? Nobody is running for it.
It should be called dancing, wave or handshakes for office.