Those praying for divine intervention to oust the Malacanang occupant via the Catholic bishops should seek guidance from somewhere else.
For the third time, the bishops are a big disappointment to them.
First, at the height of the Hello Garci election fraud in 2005, the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines did not support calls for GMA’s ouster.
Second, at the height of renewed calls to open up the Hello Garci scandal in the wake of the 2007 elections, the CBCP again refused to support such move preferring to help hide the truth.
And now, for a 0-3 at the bat, the CBCP once more rejected calls for GMA to resign amid the NBN-ZTE multibillion scandal.
I say change in this country lies in peoples’, not in bishops’, hands.