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Intense fight over mere pushcarts?

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(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)

Q.) WHAT HAPPENS TO THOSE IN A PLACE THAT DELIBERATELY REFUSES TO OBEY THE WILL OF GOD WHEN PREACHED BY US-GOD’S INSTRUMENTS TO HELP HIM SPREAD HIS GOSPEL TO ALL MANKIND?

A.) “VERILY I SAY UNTO YOU, IT SHALL BE MORE TOLERABLE FOR THE LAND OF SODOM AND GOMORRAH IN THE DAY OF JUDGMENT THAN FOR THAT CITY.” (MATTHEW 10:15) Email: jayfeliciano2@yahoo.com

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FOLKS here are fed up with their pre-campaign intramurals, whether they’re aware of it or not. Their latest row is on the issue of the pushcarts for our Zamboanga International Airport (ZIA).

Both the red and the yellow or is it now permanently pink, huh?, have made their own respective claims about such procurements supposedly to benefit air passengers bound for our 'Asia’s Latin City'.

They identically managed to procure 200 of those pushcarts (400 all in all, right?) to help bring about “convenience” for our tiring air passengers coming in and out of our ZIA, whose long overdue need for its immediate transfer to an already pinpointed site somewhere in the two adjoining barangays of Mercedes and Talabaan in the east-coast, is what they should have worked out during their long terms in Congress, but dismally have failed to do so.

“Alli era debe sila trabaha para man effect ya se long overdue airport transfer di aton. Instead, they’re now slugging it out as who’s who in the working out first for the mere procurement of these pushcarts. For all you know, Jun, they’re even unnecessarily congesting our busy airport with all their procured pushcarts which even appears ridiculous on their part. This is the real 'shameless and scandalous' exposé on their both camps. Nobody wins here, all are losers. This is bullshit! No big deal at all, Pencing!” griped a top critic here.

"Right now, Ipil town has its own nearly-completed modern airport. And, where are we now in terms of having good airports across the entire country? We’re now lagging further far behind, compared to other big cities, like Davao, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and those new ones reportedly sprouting in the Visayan region. This is very disappointing, considering we’re supposed to be the gateway of the EAGA (East Asian Growth Area). As I said, Jun, even Ipil is now fast becoming competitive on this score. My gosh!” rued, likewise, a top local business executive in La Bella when hearing the Lobregat vs. Climaco trifling pushcarts row.

So sorry, folks, Zamcelco’s power looks like about to go off. I have to sign off, sans my liking. Just the same, thanks folks. See you, again, next time. Stay good, as always. (By Jun Feliciano) (30)




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