slot oyunlarında nasıl kazanılır This early, Philippine Star columnist Boo Chanco is floating the idea of Dela Rosa entering politics— and possibly becoming the next President— based on his smart handling of the controversies surrounding the government’s war against illegal drugs.
In his column published Monday (August 29), Chanco Dela Rosa could make for a charming politiko because of his tough as nails stance against crime and likable personality.
“Bato’s very pleasant personality with his ready smile and charisma makes it difficult to dislike him. If he performs well, it will be very easy for the masa to gravitate to him as Digong’s successor. He will be seen as more worthy than any of the professional career politicians salivating for the top job,” the columnist said.
Chanco lauded the PNP chief for exuding “just the right mix of toughness and heart” during the Senate hearings on drug-related killings, in which he was grilled by Senator Leila de Lima and her colleagues regarding the rising death toll in the administration’s anti-drug campaign.
“Like President Duterte, ‘Bato’ naturally charms his audience by plain talk… totoong tao, hindi plastic. He has no studied pretensions common with Manila-bred officials, like those senators. His plea for understanding… that policemen are not butchers who enjoy killing people cuts right through the controversies that brought about a Senate hearing,” he said.