Conspiracy Theory

1:36 pm PHT

Huwhat? Erap is asking President Arroyo for a pardon? Why would Erap, who has never acknowledged Arroyo as a legitimate president, now ask Arroyo for a pardon, which only a legitimate president can give? This is a conspiracy! Arroyo and her cohorts have bribed Erap and appealed to his nature by dangling the ailing condition of his beloved mother in his face! They did this to take the heat away from the ZTE National Broadband Network controversy and the recent cash-handout scandal!

By the way, the paragraph above is pure sarcasm, in case you didn’t get it.

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On 2:34 p.m., 23 Oct 2007, DJB Rizalist wrote:

Strange talk among erap insiders is that he may support chacha and make a big political comeback. personally i think he doesn’t want dona mary to die thinking of her son as a convict in detention. he may be doing it for her, because for so long, as you say, he insisted he would never admit guilt and would clear his name.


On 12:01 a.m., 24 Oct 2007, Mike wrote:

In that letter from his lawyers I actually felt for him when they were talking about how he has been punished enough by the 7 years in jail and the humiliation of being remembered as a “disgraced” president. But when they followed it up with a raw appeal to emotion (about his ill mother) my logic snapped back into its rightful place.


On 5:49 p.m., 30 Oct 2007, seav wrote:

@DJB, wow… more theories and insider stories? I personally think that Erap will avoid politics (mostly) but still give a jab here and there against Arroyo. I also don’t think that the opposition will be able to gather forces around him.

@Mike, what else is new? The sudden change of heart of Erap is bereft of believable logic.

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