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Dick Gordon’s #IpasokSiDick memes flooded the social media once again and triggers the curiosity of most Filpino voters — will he run this 2016?
With less than 50 days prior to the actual filing of candidacy, former Senator Richard “Dick” Gordon has yet to declare any plan to run for any public office. And if there should be any announcement, it will come straight from him.
According to our reliable source, the popular and highly celebrated statesmen in the persona of former Senator Richard “Dick Gordon” is currently receiving a lot of invitations to speak about Leadership, Volunteerism and Disaster mitigation.
Though not yet officially confirmed he might visit Cebu this September 2015 due to an invitation for a one on one interview with the former GMA-era NYC Commissioner-at-large Mike Acebedo Lopez‘s newest show titled : Open Mike — which just finished their first pilot episode with Sen. Grace Poe recently.
Meanwhile, in an interview with the INQUIRER.net, Gordon suggested some good probing questions that our voters should ask come election season,
“Voters have to ask: ‘What is your program? Do you have a track record? Can you prove that? How do you intend to do that?’ Then the candidate will answer. But no, because you people are saying that this candidate will win already. That’s it. That is why we are a sloppy country,”
Will he join the elections this 2016?
It is for us to wait and find out leaving most of our Filipino netizens to express their thoughts creatively online.
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