THE voices from the "pink" mammoth crowds rumble like thunder within every square, aching to wake up from the nightmares of the present regime by way of electing a righteous hands-on leader. It brings back memories of the EDSA People Power Revolution when the people kicked out dictator-plunderer Ferdinand Marcos Sr., when the icon of democracy, Cory Aquino, succeeded in ruling cleanly and honestly, but was followed by unfavorable next presidencies.

This time around, the open-minded and right-thinking electorate brave a heroic redux for another woman to sit in Malacañan Palace.

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