In this particular scenario, the Filipino is expecting results from the said problems. PNoy has seemingly a lot of enemies than friends when you just read from the newspaper, listen to the radio and see from the TV especially those who are poor, marginalized sector of society. In short, he has a lot of sectoral members of society, who are dissatisfied of his governance. You may prove me wrong.
PNoy Is Good
Out of his incumbency as the chief executive of the country, PNoy may be regarded by his critic as "apathetic" who is ignoring the basic ills of the society and the day-to-day woes and worries of every commuter like Manila major traffic congestion. Is he virtually closing his eyes on reality? Do you subscribe to that idea?
PNoy Is Respectful
Since Philippines is a democratic country, her inhabitants have enjoyed the freedom to assemble, the freedom to organize, the freedom to air their grievances, among others. And PNoy does honor and respect that rights. He has tolerated them to the max. In return, he should be respected to as the head of the land.
And since he was elected by the Filipino electorate, he should take the responsibility and the accountability to his shoulders. He should come up with a solid plan to solve the perennial traffic in Metro Manila and not blaming the Manila City government. For MRT and LRT problems like the MRT challenge wherein he is charged for mismanagement, he will keep his fingers out in pointing Gloria Arroyo as responsible for that. Practically, he may be responsible for that. The MRT mechanical problems that have resulted to MRT breakdown should be properly addressed by PNoy and those responsible should be sanctioned accordingly.
PNoy Is Vulnerable
No one is perfect. PNoy should be given the chance to solve all those things. Fingering-pointing couldn't do the part, neither blaming.