Fearless Pinay Explains Why Robredo Should Never Be DSWD Secretary

After Commission on Appointments (CA) rejected Judy Taguiwalo’s confirmation as Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) secretary, the Liberal Party (LP) supporters allegedly suggest Vice-President Leni Robredo to be the next DSWD chair.
Why Robredo Should Never Be DSWD Secretary
However, a staunch supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, Krizette Laureta-Chu, opposed this suggestion and explained why Robredo should never be the DSWD Secretary.

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In a lengthy Facebook post, she said:

WHY LENI SHOULD NEVER BE DSWD SECRETARY

Dear LP supporters,

Don't be petty. For the sake of our lives. For your children. For the ekonomiya.

You want Leni Robredo to be DSWD chief?

Leni, seriously? Just because you hate this government, you want a woman who--

1. Didn't find a way to buy 5 tickets back to the PHILIPPINES when her home province was battered by Typhoon Nina.

(Ergo, no resourcefulness. Resourcefulness is a very very important trait in a DSWD secretary, because many times, especially in situations of grave danger or utmost need, they have to be able to think on their feet. Leni is the kind of person who will blame everything and everyone except herself. No sense of accountability. Go through her interviews. Kasalanan ng lahat, kasalanan ni Marcos. Sya Lang ang wala. Our Lady of Naga.)

2. Claimed the credit for a water truck that was dispensed by the Coca Cola company

(Ergo, credit grabbing. Ergo, egoistic. Both qualities shouldn't be present in a position that is so service oriented. Can you imagine Leni making everything all about her? How can we know kung nakakatulong nga ang taxes natin kung pati private efforts iclaiclaim. Also: Leni is the kind who thinks organizing thru texting is already enough.)

3. As HUDCC head, couldn't achieve anything within a six month deadline.

(Ergo, no sense of urgency. Six months, and nothing. You go to Leyte and ask to see any structure she has built during her time as head. Wala. Premium among a DSWD chief's qualities is being quick on her toes. Urgency. Leni has zero sense of urgency. Tamad, kumbaga. See also: refusing to go home during Typhoon Nina. Sabi pa ni Miranda, "by all means, move at a glacial pace." Si Leni yon.)

4. Bitches about the President whenever she has a chance.

(Ergo, no sense of teamwork. In any natural disaster, a good DSWD Secretary has to learn to cross partisan lines. You shouldn't care if a mayor is yellow or red or whatever, you work with them for the benefit of the people.

Mar Roxas and PNOY failed in Leyte because they couldn't work with a Romualdez. Leni is the same.)

5. Has no nationalistic pride.

(Ergo, pathetic. Remember when she told the UN about "palit ulo?" Apart from the fact that she has no sense of teamwork for the betterment of the PH, Leni has no qualms in insulting her own country for her own personal reasons. Judy has never begged any country for help kahit na ilang unos at lindol ang dumating sa atin. Bet tayo si Leni I exaggerate pa para makahuthot sa ibang bansa because #TRAGEDYislife.

6. Loves the good life too much.

LV. Ferragamo. Travels. Expensive schools. Medyo mahirap ang maluhong DSWD secretary.

7. And most importantliesssst....

SAY GOODBYE TO ANY POSSIBILITY NA PAG BAYARAN NG LP YUNG PAGKAWALA NG YOLANDA FUNDS! SA TINGIN NYO LENI WILL LOOK FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AMONG HER OWN PROTECTORS?

BOOKING LENI ROBREDO after JUDY TAGUIWALO is like watching CYNTHIA PATAG sing right after witnessing LEA SALONGA on BROADWAY.

Eh buti naman kung maglindol at bumagyo kayo lang ang matatamaan di ba? Di pa kayo nakuntento sa Dinky Soliman ninyo.
Meanwhile, at a press briefing in Malacañang on Friday, Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said Vice President Robredo would be a "difficult choice" as DSWD secretary.

After Robredo topped an unofficial online survey of PCOO Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson on the next DSWD chief, Abella said:

Perhaps, there might be conditionalities that may not be too favorable regarding that. I don’t know. It all depends on the President.

I mean, I’m not saying no for Leni. I’m just saying that it seems to be a difficult choice.

I'm sure the President has other ways of measuring a candidate’s capability aside from surveys... It means that the President has a different set of categories.