URBANO de la Cruz, in his most recent post on a highly interesting series on designs of democracy, attributed the lack of comments to any one of the following: 1) he's not making sense or 2) no one gets it or 3) no one's reading.
I had the same idea while plodding on with this blog some three months after I resumed posting. But this morning, the last paragraph of today's Inquirer editorial sounded strangely familiar:
In Naga City, Mayor Jesse Robredo similarly faced eviction from city hall. Even though his supporters surrounded city hall, public services (except for traffic management) went on virtually unimpeded while the widely admired mayor brought his case to court and secured a temporary restraining order. Robredo showed exactly what an official in trouble needs to do first, which is demonstrate his faith in the system.I am not really sure if people at the Inquirer do pass this way from time to time, but what the heck! That some fellow travelers in the blogosphere drop by is gravy. For me, it's more of "I write, therefore I am.":)