She talked mainly about the four leading candidates. I mix her 2 slides in one image here, to save space.
Personally, I can support Sen. Grace Poe's candidacy as her being a "newbie" or "inexperienced" means being inexperienced in heavy political populism and welfarism, or corrupting the minds of the public that they can be less responsible about their lives, anyway government will do many things for them, from education and books for the poor, healthcare and medicines for the poor, to housing and relocation for the poor, to cash transfer and condoms for the poor, to iPad and cars for the poor, soon?
Mar Roxas used to be free market-leaning, then he became populist as he was getting desperate in 2009 for his 2010 Presidential ambition. How he can go back to being market-friendly is a big question mark. But at least he's not involved in large-scale corruption and robbery scandals. But his wife, ahh.... no comment.
Jojo Binay, definitely corrupt, can surpass Marcos robbery if he becomes President. From a bright, poor human rights lawyer until February 1986, he was appointed by former President Cory as OIC Mayor of Makati in March 1986, he and his family taught that Makati City is their political kingdom forever. They got very rich, super rich, and they are not known for any fair business acumen, just being in dirty politics.
Duterte, at one time I thought that he is mentally sick because the words "Patayin", "barilin","kill", were too frequent in his mouth. I thought that only very violent minds can say those things, repeatedly, in national media, and not feeling sorry about it. I can understand the impatience of many Filipinos that there are too many rotten eggs in government, both local and national, both civilian and armed, including the businessmen they are protecting. But resorting to outright murders, state-sponsored murders, is not the way to address it.
Ok, who's the least welfarist, least enamored to BIG government, big and many taxes and borrowings, more regulations and permits, of these 4 or more Presidential candidates?
Hard to answer that. But maybe Grace Poe and Mar Roxas, maybe. But definitely not Binay.
Market Reforms in the 2016 Elections, May 25, 2015
Election 11, Dr. Doy Romero on Binay, Roxas and Grace Poe, June 01, 2015
Election 12, JV Bautista and Toilet Politics, June 05, 2015
Election 13, Bernard Ong's Analysis, June 21, 2015
Election 14, The Middle Earth of PH Politics, by Doy Romero, June 24, 2015