Just because you will vote for Bro. Eddie Villanueva does NOT necessarily mean you are RELIGIOUS.
Just because you will vote for Dick Gordon does NOT certainly mean you are INDIVIDUALISTIC.
Just because you will vote for Manny Villar does NOT essentially mean you are GULLIBLE.
Just because you will vote for Gibo Teodoro does NOT automatically mean you are INTELLECTUAL.
Just because you will vote for Noynoy Aquino does NOT infallibly mean you are EMOTIONAL.
My point is this:
Let us not judge / label others by who they are going to vote for this May 10. I've seen numerous debates in Twitter, Facebook, blogs and other message bulletins that eventually lead to nowhere. Debating about politics is like debating about religion. There will never be a winning party in the discussion. Everyone has their own opinion that they will defend 'till their CPUs overheat and the keyboard gives.
So, let's just stay still and practice our right to vote at the day of the elections. If bashing cannot be avoided, then point them to the candidates themselves and not to the people that support the candidate. The thing I hate the most are self-righteous individuals personally attacking each other because they don't agree with the choice of other people.
It's less than two weeks before the big day. I can almost feel the crowd and the confusion that will no doubt accompany the day of the 2010 Elections. I'm not going to do a countdown, though. I have no doubts that political chaos could ensue well after May 10. Oh well, at least it makes the news programs more entertaining to watch. :)
Just because you will vote for Erap Estrada does not necessarily mean.... oh forget it.