Masbate Vice Gov. Kaye Revil learns not to burn bridges
Given the ever-changing political alliances and landscape in the country, it really is best not to make any permanent enemies.
This was something that Masbate Vice Gov. Kaye Revil has come to affirm as she met with Mayor Turing Virtucio during a visit to Aroroy.
During her chat with her fellow politiko, Revil said they surmised that they don’t burn bridges.
She noted that politics is “open-ended” and that while there are no permanent friends, there are no permanent enemies either.
The best way to act is to respect everyone, regardless of differences in beliefs and affiliations, she said.
Politikos, after all, just want to serve the people.
They can be different, but they can still work together.
Let’s hope all politikos are on the same page on this kind of attitude!
“Hello to the people of the Municipality of #Aroroy! 🤗 Had a good chat with the Mayor Turing Virtucio. We surmised- we don’t burn bridges. Politics is open-ended. There are no permanent allies or enemies. What’s important is we know how to respect each other regardless of our differences. After all we serve the same people. Unity amidst diversity. And as we are called to lead, we do, with all enthusiasm & passion. Feel & see for yourself. 😉 ❤️
*Meeting for SK Collaboration for Progress Planning Workshop for Aroroy SKs. 🌟- VG Kaye Revil,” she posted.