I’m beginning to entertain suspicion that the Mar and Korina’s well-publicized romance is a political strategy motivated by personal ambitions of both.
It is not wrong to dream Malacanang. Mar has not sinned for selling and driving anything he could just to dine with fellow political dreamers in Malacanang for six years (Assuming that the 1987 Philippine Constitution is not changed or amended).
Korina has not sinned for being ‘so’ ready to get her lion’s share of power in Malacanang.
I never care whether Korina loves Mar or Mar loves Korina or both loves each other. It’s senseless to talk about it. It’s their personal life. But when both use their romance to advance political ambitions, I begin to suspect that everything is scripted. It seems I am seeing a PR manager at play.
It seems Mar Roxas is taking advantage of Korina’s popularity. And now, it seems to me that Korina is beginning to take advantage of her profession as journalist to promote the interest of Mar Roxas.
If I were asked to rate the credibility of Korina when she hit the present administration and the politician’s with ambition, I would say Korina got 3 out of 10. Whether Korina honestly does her job or not, her credibility is already tinted. Of course, people will suspect that Korina is hitting someone to promote her Mar.
When Mar and Korina appeared in noontime TV show, Wowowie, to announce their engagement, the more it becomes clear that the two are taking advantage of their romantic undertakings.
In Philippine society politics and love marry and conjugal governance is common.
With all the indicators, the politics of Mar and Korina’s love affair can turn to conjugal governance if people get fooled.
Do we really care if Korina loves Mar? We don’t. But we care when an over-acting love story lead conjugal ambitions to Malacanang. Who said Mar can lead us to change? No. Mar is just another traditional politician. But less desirable.
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