Friday, May 20, 2005

A lesson in good manners

By Ramon Tulfo

VIVA Hot Babe Ana Leah Javier said she was offered P1 million by persons identified with Zambales Rep. Antonio Diaz in exchange for withdrawing her sexual harassment case against the lawmaker.

The complaint is pending before the House of Representatives ethics committee.

If I were Javier, I would accept the offer. Anyway, Diaz has suffered enough humiliation because of the bad publicity as a result of Javier’s complaint.

This will teach Diaz and other lawmakers a lesson in good manners in dealing with women.

Even women supposedly of ill repute deserve respect.

I am not saying Javier is a woman of ill repute.

I’m saying that the congressman should have treated her as a gentleman treats a lady.

Diaz perhaps believed his power and influence made him impervious to complaints from people who are not as influential as he.

The papers were full of reports many years ago that this guy spent millions of pesos in government money gobbling sushi and sashimi in a classy Japanese restaurant over a three-month period.

I wonder why voters in Zambales elected him again after they learn about his voracious appetite.

Baka pareho lang siya sa mga bumoto sa kanya.

In that case, Diaz and his constituency deserve each other.

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