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Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Political Campaigns
In around a month and a half, Filipinos will be voting for the people to lead the Philippines again. And right now, candidates are busy trying to "convince" the voters to vote for them, either with their words or their money.

I was watching a news program where they featured the political campaigns of the candidates. Most of the time, these candidates hire local talents to provide entertainment for the people. Some of these talents were interviewed and commented that they were glad to do it because it was easy money. One of them was even paid P100,000 (US$2,000) for one night's show! Not bad.

Well it got me thinking if these entertainers truly supported the candidates they performed for. Or is it all just for the money?
posted by Jax @ 3:55:00 AM  
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