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  • Ace comedienne Ai-Ai delas Alas ad­mitted that she is mulling over whether to enter the world of politics, ABS-CB re­ported. But if her plan pushes through, she might run in the 2013 midterm polls, and not in 2010 elections. “…isa iyan sa plano ni ama (talent manager Boy Abunda) sa akin pero nag-iisip pa po ako kasi hindi naman ako marunong,” delas Alas said. “… hindi po (agad presidente), mga ba­rangay kagawad muna, tapos captain,dadaan po ako sa proseso.” If she wins, delas Alas said she will focus on instilling discipline and addressing poverty. “Ang hilig hilig natin kapag wala na tayong makain ay gobyerno ang sinisisi natin. Hindi natin tinitingnan ang sarili natin na baka, ‘hindi kami nag-ta-trabaho’; baka ‘ay, alas siyete pa lang umiinom na ako. Paano kami magkakaroon ng pera?’ So poverty and disiplina ng kap­wa Filipino,” the actress said.

    ai-aiThe comedy concert queen, accord­ing to the ABS-CBN report, also shared that she admires Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos. When asked to comment on how President Arroyo is running the country, she replied: “Ayaw ko kasing mag-comment about politika. Una sa lahat, hindi ko alam kung paano mag­patakbo ng bansa at aminin na natin na tayong mga Pinoy ay mahirap i-handle. Sasabihin ko lang sa kanya na, ‘Madam President, good luck.’”
    Delas Alas is now busy promoting her latest movie, “Ang Tanging Ina Niyong Lahat,” a sequel to box-office hit “Ang Tanging Ina.” In the sequel, delas Alas plays a struggling mother of 12 children who, in an odd twist of fate, ends up

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