I believe in the personal sincerity of President Noynoy. I do not think him to be himself in any way corrupt.
I am more concerned about motives concealed by less obvious people around him.
I think motions to impeach him is a waste of time; a political distraction that may cost our Republic more in terms of time qualitatively.
As regards to a term extension, I believe he himself should make up his mind, weigh his own personal and political considerations, and not leave it up to the people to decide.
If the President goes ahead with it, succeeds in convincing Congress to amend the Constitution, and receives in 2016 from the Filipino electorate a second mandate in affirmation of the popular efficacy of his platform and policies, he will come out with a much stronger mandate than allowing us to choose it for him today.
This will at least preserve continuity and momentum in the Republic by giving him much political capital to spend at the beginning of that second term.
Personally, I do not think it advisable to amend the Constitution for reasons short of a moral imperative or an ethical crisis - political dictates and its cohort tendencies must never be allowed to override ANY prevailing Constitutional wisdom - whether we at present fully understand it, somehow understand it, or not at all.
Many things in this Republic is built on trust, if we must know. The food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, even the roofs above our heads are built on trust.
Our Constitution above all we must trust and trust in the Republic to duly interpret: Vigilant Trust.
I myself have fallen in love with its Preamble and often find myself trying to penetrate its words to discover their meaning - arising, seemingly ever new.