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Byline: Patricia Evangelista
WHEN ALBAY GOV. JOEY SALCEDA ANNOUNCED HE WAS bolting to the opposition, it was as if Judas came prancing down the road to Calvary in glitter disco shoes.
He did not only betray Gibo. He betrayed us, says Antique Gov. Salvacion Perez. Salceda, former economic adviser to the countrys lucky bitch, bolted the administration party to accept Noynoy Aquinos offer to act as Liberal Partys chair in Bicol.
To the men and women behind Teodoro, staggering under the dead weight of a decade of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the defection of one of its strongest governors was the height of betrayal. It was Judas blowing kisses to a bleeding Jesus. In this story, Jesus wears green, Judas is in yellow, and the 30 pieces of silver make a happy jingle as Albays godfather moonwalks his way to the court of the yellow king to offer Albays 3 million votes.
And so the camp of presidential candidate number two Manny Villar points a finger at the apostles robed in …