THERE might still be a way for the presumptive administration presidential candidate to actually have a chance -- not really at “winning,” but at least at “fighting.”

To be sure, this government achieved something -- certainly not “everything,” but definitely not “nothing.”

Without a doubt, its candidate to become successor had more or less a lot to do with its “successes,” although he also had more or less a lot to do with its “failures,”

In any case, despite the very low ratings in all the surveys that were conducted from quarter to quarter of this yet undeclared but already presumptive candidate, hope is not lost, although it is pale, faint and dim, at least at this time, or at least for the longest time.

The challenge, and this one is really challenging, is how to break the fall, turn the tide and win the race.

The first can be made probable. The second can be made possible. The third is up to fate, fortune or destiny, or that hardheaded heart that stubbornly refuses to raise its hands in surrender in the face of obviously insurmountable odds.

What, then, could be done to make this chance made by choice?

Good news. Good news. Good news.

It will not only involve the entire machinery of the entire government. It will oblige, require and demand the entire machinery of the entire government to relentlessly, persistently and tenaciously bombard the public, through media, about each and every little thing (the big ones are par for the course) that it had done for each and every person or sector or province that it had helped.

This is “names, faces and stories,” in the millions.

This is “amounts, numbers and figures,” in the billions.

This is “action, drama and suspense,” and everything in between.

This is “accomplishment, continuity and succession,” and the lack of any other option besides “the one.”

This is “morning, noon and night”, and even up to the wee hours – non-stop reporting, never-ending coverage and absolute takeover of the news with unwavering determination, unflinching commitment and unfathomable passion.

Can this be done? Maybe. Perhaps. But the truth and the fact is that it is unlikely, and it may even be impossible, but there is always a way, somehow, somewhere.

Will this be done? The ball is in the hands of the incumbent President who has so far taken what he wanted, although not necessarily what he needed.

Good news, good news and good news and nothing but good news, good news and good news.

This is the one and only way for the presumptive administration presidential candidate to actually have a chance. This is the one and only way for the incumbent President to tell him, “You’re still the one.”

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