Platform Plez is a good but rather tedious exercise which I don't think anybody with a life will bother to put up with till election day next year.
So, instead of putting whatever it is that so-called Presidential Candidates will claim to their Platform of Governance, I'll just make my decision on who to vote for by making a mark beside the name of the candidate I remember the most.
Right now, the first name that comes to mind is Manny Villar and if elections were held tomorrow, I'll probably vote of Villar -- not unless I hear Mar Roxas' radio commercial on my way to the polling precinct.
Because, while our more intelligent TV shows, newspaper columnists, and radio commentators mouth paeans to choosing candidates wisely, their media companies continue to accept money to air the commercials of these Presidential candidates.
It is exactly just like the Catholic Church here in the Philippines saying that they don't care who gives them money or where the money came from -- not even when the money given to them comes from gambling which they are opposed to.
So, why bother with platforms, let's just vote for the person whose TV or radio commercial we remember last.