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Aga Muhlach: Ready for change



Aga Muhlach, who’s running for Congress (Camarines Sur 4th District): “If I win, I’ll be more choosy [and make only movie and TV] projects that will help promote my causes. I can’t leave show business. Things will just be a little different. A lifestyle change is always tough but I’m ready for it.” Marinel R. Cruz


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    10 OF THE US PRESIDENTS DID NOT ATTEND COLLEGE. HELL, I MEAN, HELLOO LAPU-LAPU.WE’RE FRIENDS, ALRIGHT? WE’RE JUST EXPRESSING OUR OPINIONS. FOR ALL YOU, KNOW I RESPECT YOURS. NO HARM IN DREAMING. AT LEAST POPULAR PEOPLE WILL NOT PUT THEIR REPUTATIONS AT STAKE. LET US ALL DO THE THINGS WE DREAM ABOUT. TAKE A
    RISK. ACTORS AND ACTRESSES MAKE GOOD POLITICIANS. MAKING MOVIES ARE ONLY THEIR PART TIME JOBS AS SOON AS THEY ARE ELECTED. SO THEY CAN HELP MORE PEOPLE OR IMPROVE THEIR LOCALITIES. LET’S ALL ALLOW PEOPLE
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