Politics: Everyone Does Not Play Fairly


It is the agenda of the Intellectual Idiots, in millions of dollars orchestrated effort, to shut up every Conservative in America. There are also Tools, a minority, in the Republican Party elite who are just as bad! However, the Red Line has been drawn and Conservatives will no longer tolerate Slander and Libel.

I vote in all the Florida State, County and American National Elections from the Philippines via Absentee Ballot. I take my voting right seriously.


Michelle Malkin, a Filipino-Amercian, whose parents legally immigrated to America, was born in Philadelphia, PA. Her dad is a MD and her mom is a Teacher, both proclaiming to be…Reagan Republicans. Michelle Malkin is one of my favorites on Conservative Talk Radio and on Fox News, as a regular contributor. She is great and a Rising Star! Even greater than ever. I watched Michelle Malkin on Hannity, Fox New last night, in Bacolod City and her comments about the Progressive Left in America were Riveting and right on Target!

In the Philippines, Freedom of Speech is well respected and is well protected because during Martial Law, it was taken away from Filipinos. Never again…will always be remembered in the Philippines. Opposing Views may not be liked but they are not silenced in the press and in other media. There are special interest people in the Shadows, who will try to destroy a candidate with black propaganda and the same happens in America. However both Libel and Slander are crimes in the Philippines. If convicted, the offender can go to prison! I support this kind of Law 100% and I hope to see it in America as well. It seems the current law, which is a Civil Offense, has no bite.


I do not recall anyone going off the deep end when Richard Nixon was elected President in 1968. He won and both parties went to work in the American Legislative Chambers for America’s best interests.

The rage began on election night in America, last November, when the Democratic Party realized they lost the Election. Hillary Clinton did not Shatter the Glass Ceiling, she was Shattered! In 30 of the 50 States. They rejected her TRAPO Platform. The platform of a Traditional Politician.

Progressive today?! I’m afraid I got some bad news. It is Regressive! Beyond any recognition and American voters rejected the Progressive Platform last November.


I have been a fan of Philippine Politics since I first lived here in Manila for one year, 1986-1987. However, as a foreigner, I never involve myself in Philippine Politics but I enjoy reading about it…every single day. I know what is happening in the Philippines, day to day.


I hope to see you one day, somewhere…all around Bacolod.

Your Amigo,

~ Gary ~

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Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan in the Philippines

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The big news of the day is the passing of Nancy Reagan at age 94. It is sad but I am happy that Nancy finally rejoined Ronnie, who she missed every moment since he passed away. I think it is well known about the strong love that Ronnie and Nancy had for each other. Nancy was also the President’s closet adviser.

In 1969, then Governor of California Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan visited Manila, as he admired the fight against Communism of then President Marcos. Imelda Marcos threw parties for the Reagan’s. The 2 couples became close friends for many years. It is reported that Nancy often spoke to Imelda on the phone to get an update of the situation in the Philippines, after the terrible assassination of Ninoy Aquino.

Fast forward to 1984. President Reagan conceded to put pressure on Marcos to reform his regime in the Philippines, which had become a powder keg.

Once EDSA was underway in 1986, President Reagan offered Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos to go to America. Imelda reportedly started singing, “New York, New York,” but they actually went into exile in Hawaii. A much better choice, in my opinion. Marcos was told in Feb, 1986, “I think you should cut and cut cleanly. I think the time has come.” The Reagan Admin assisted the Marcos entourage of 60 to go to Hawaii. The rest is history.

I remember these events like they were yesterday. In 1986, I was moving to the Philippines and I wanted to make sure that it would be safe for me. My eyes were on the Philippines, as daily events unfolded. I made it and lived in Manila for one year, until 1987.

A bit of of history and the role the late Nancy Regan and President Ronald Reagan played in the Philippines.

I hope to see you one day, somewhere…all around Bacolod.

Your Amigo,

~ Gary ~