Just like celebrities dish out drivel and r still believed and adored... @Jimparedes

...while the rest of us work on substance to *earn* respect. In response to the tweet...
The corrupt and powerful have a right to 'due process'. The rest have the right to suffer indignities and be philosophical.

If we expect the "corrupt and powerful" to police themselves, shouldn't we also expect the popular and influential to tidy their backyard as well?

The showbiz industry and the celebrities it coddles account for a lot of the moronic ways Filipinos think. Perhaps before our celebrities start pontificating about what our politicians ought to do with their "power", they should first look in the mirror and check out what they themselves -- as a sector in our society -- do with the influence they wield.

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