Diaper politics

I was watching Man of the Year which stars Robin Williams on HBO last night. It’s a political satire of sorts. He delivers political messages done in comedy.

Tom Dobbs, Willam’s character, said:

Politicians are a lot like diapers. They should be changed frequently, and for the same reason.

I couldn’t agree more. That’s why, probably, the current move to ammend the Philippine constitution before the 2010 elections can never get the nod of the people. They want the “diapers” changed. You don’t want to develop “diaper rash”, don’t you?

  • Prudy Verzo

    Just a thought: changing politicians doesn’t change the system. It will still be ugly & dirty politics. It will still be the same diaper. Maganda sana mag-mature to using underwear & lingeries!

  • http://livingrice.blogspot.com/ Jason Bruce

    Prudy – thats a good thought. Kaya siguro “diaper” ang ginamit na metaphor, it’s dirty, disposable and immature. Kailangan na ngang mag-upgrade.

    Arnold – I agree with you. Its good to hear that many Filipinos went to the Cha-cha rally last week. People of faith were prominently visible on the news report I saw about the event which for me is very encouraging.

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