Thinking Pinoy and Sass slams PhilStar writer who said Robredo to spend Christmas in NY because spending holidays in Naga brings back painful memories of Jesse

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A writer from Philippine Star News revealed that Vice President Leni Robredo went to the United States because spending holidays in Naga brings back too many memories of her husband, the late Jesse Robredo.

However, "Thinking Pinoy" Facebook page said its the other way around.

Think Pinoy cited 3 reasons to support his case.

"First, Jesse died four years ago and Leni has already found a replacement in Congressman Bolet Banal. Please, cut the crap.

"Second, a supertyphoon is about to hit Bicol in a few hours. Can Leni realistically tell Bicolanos, "Sorry I can't be your leader today because I'm too heartbroken."?

"Third, if Naga indeed brings back too many painful memories, there's Pili, there's Iriga, there's Daet, there are too many drastically cheaper alternatives to a vacation in the United States."


Meanwhile, blogger Sass Rogando Sasot also argued to the writer of Philippine Star News.

"Bongga iyong reasoning noong isang writer na nasa US daw si VP kasi kasi painful memories daw kapag sa Naga siya mag-pasko. In other words, sariwa pa ang sugat. Eh noong December 2013, nasa Naga sila. Noong, December 2014, sa puntod pa nga sila ni Jesse nag-Christmas Eve. Ache, may twitter si madame VP, makikita mo doon ang evidence.

"Ang tanong Ms Philippine Star writer, bakit ngayong naging VP na siya saka siya nag Xmas at New Year sa US?"




Read the full post of Thinking Pinoy below:

"Someone said Leni Robredo went on a Christmas vacation in the United States because spending the holidays in Naga City brings back too many painful memories of the late Jesse Robredo.

"B. S.

"First, Jesse died four years ago and Leni has already found a replacement in Congressman Bolet Banal. Please, cut the crap.

"Second, a supertyphoon is about to hit Bicol in a few hours. Can Leni realistically tell Bicolanos, "Sorry I can't be your leader today because I'm too heartbroken."?

"Third, if Naga indeed brings back too many painful memories, there's Pili, there's Iriga, there's Daet, there are too many drastically cheaper alternatives to a vacation in the United States.

"I personally wouldn't have cared where she spends her holidays, but last time I checked, she's all for modesty of public servants, hence her #TsinelasLeadership PR stunt.

"A multi-state vacation (NY, NJ, PA) doesn't come cheap. She takes a bus to and from work, but she spends hundreds of thousands (or even millions) during her days off?

"What if she ditched her #OPULENT vacation and used the money for domestic plane fare so she can spend less time traveling and more time listening to her constituents?

"Oh and I think I will need to take a look at her SALN. Can she actually afford a US vacation with her family? If not, who paid for it?

"Maybe the Ombudsman needs to interrogate someone after she interrogated Bato.

"Leni used the widow card to win the vice presidency, and she wants to use the widow card again to justify her incapability to be vice president when it actually matters?

"No. Miss Thing, that alibi won't fly.

"Leni fears the vice presidency might be "stolen" from her, but it appears that she has too many issues that prevent her from being a real VP anyway. Right? So why the fear?

"OK, babalikan ko na ang crispy pata. Kitakits na lang sa Cardio ng Makati Med bukas.
"I KENNAT."



Source: Thinking Pinoy, Sass Roganda Sasot

Thinking Pinoy and Sass slams PhilStar writer who said Robredo to spend Christmas in NY because spending holidays in Naga brings back painful memories of Jesse Thinking Pinoy and Sass slams PhilStar writer who said Robredo to spend Christmas in NY because spending holidays in Naga brings back painful memories of Jesse Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on December 25, 2016 Rating: 5

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