Isafp-a Nga

The saga continues. Ador, also known as Angelo Mawanay, chooses such an inappropriate time to go to confession. Somehow, I wonder why they couldn't just bring any priest to the Senate. Why did he have to schedule a meeting, a confession, a whatever with Cardinal Sin while still in detention with the Senate? And why was he able to leave the place? Why was he detained in the first place? Which brings us back to where we started.

I don't know about you readers but this tale is getting curiouser and curiouser. Makes you wonder who's orchestrating all these. By the way, have you heard of "Ador sa 2004" (Ador in 2004)? You might want to volunteer for the new political party that he will be putting up as I heard on AM radio this morning: Bagong Bayan Lumalaban (BABALU). Sign up as early as today.

[By Angelica Viloria | Tuesday, August 21, 2001]


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