I have frustrating knowledge about the whole "incarcerate GMA" hullabaloo or "Put the little girl to sleep" conspiracy theory (which I find most hilarious), so don't expect me to make an intelligent thought on the matter. I've long lost respect for her as a leader, excuse me but that's my belief. I know there are still many Gloria apologists out there and that plunder and corruption accusations are still left unproven (legally), but come on, it doesn't take a genius!
In 2002, or so, I remember her visiting our school bringing hope to countless financially-challenged students to gain access to a scholarship aid (or was it a loan?) named Safe 4 SR (something for a strong republic). Before it can even take off, it died a natural death. After that were a barrage of promises that were never delivered, instead, horrible stories of corruption came about. That is her brand of leadership.
But now, I couldn't care less about detention. Whether she is in prison or out there dining in Manhattan for $20,000, she's just pure trouble.
Earlier, I had dinner with Jaycee Sevilla, my friend who is wee bit to be my lover (kidding of course), he told me this wondrous things he heard from the news. Currently they are preparing this facility for the madame with the famous mole in that veteran's hospital. Far from the prison cell that befits a criminal charged with blaspheming the sanctity of the electoral process, this facility has six rooms and has it's own entrance! Aside from that, the madame enjoys the luxury of having a throng of security personnel to look after her safety. I don't know about you, but I find it shocking that this government would spend as much to place this Jezebel in custody.
Here's my proposal though:
Perhaps we could make use of one of our antiquated helicopters and carry madam to the middle of the Pacific Ocean where she will be dropped.
After that, her fate is hers alone. If she'll vanish among the ocean foam just like Andersen's Little Mermaid, then heavens be merciful. But if she'll survive and find herself in a foreign land, Lilliput I suppose, then we shall let her be.