Who is the 14th Senate's Number 1 Slacker?

Senate Legislative Information System

Oh my golly. For once, I tip my hats off to the Senate for launching the Senate Legislative Information System. The site is a treasure trove – I don’t know how long this link will be up – but for as long as it is up – you better check it out.

Here’s the link – http://202.57.33.10/plis/Public/bill.main.asp?

I ran a query to extract the bills/resolutions filed by the incumbent Senators – a period covering 2007 to 2009.  Guess what? I just came up with a new game a variation of who wants to be a millionaire. The game is called who wants to be President. Let’s name each of this players – Playahs 1, 2, and 3 – Senators .. Playaz with Prezzzidential Ambitionzzzzz.

PLAYAH NUMBER  1

This candidate has 100 bills and resolutions filed from 2007 to 2009. These bills are listed below:

WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION ACT OF 2009
ANTI-GRAFT AND CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT
REORGANIZATION ACT OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
CLARK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CDC)
LAGUNA LAKE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ACT OF 2009
BORACAY EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
HERBAL MEDICINE AND FOOD SUPPLEMENT ACT
ELECTIVE OFFICIAL IPSO FACTO
EXPANDED SENIOR CITIZENS ACT (SALE OF GOODS AND SERVICES TO SENIOR CITIZENS)
MANDATORY UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE COVERAGE OF EVERY FILIPINO ACT OF 2009
FLAG AND HERALDIC CODE
PHILIPPINE RED CROSS (PNRC) CHARTER OF 2009
MINDANAO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MEDA) ACT OF 2009
GIRL SCOUTS OF THE PHILIPPINES CHARTER OF 2009
MAASIM-KIAMBA-MAITUM INDUSTRIAL TRIANGLE SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE ACT
CITINZENSHIP TO JESSIE JOSEPHINE C. LICHAUCO
BANKING INSTITUTION DISCLOSURE OF DEPOSITS
TO INCLUDE IN R.A.NO. 9194, PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS/NGO’S RECEIVING MONIES/FUNDS FROM THE GOVT.
PHILIPPINE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT ACT OF 2009
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL HEALTH RESEARCH SYSTEM ACT OF 2009
OVERSEAS ABSENTEE VOTING ACT
GENERAL REGISTRATION OF VOTERS
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR AN AUTOMATED ELECTION SYSTEM
EARLY VOTING IN NATIONAL ELECTIONS
TRANSPARENCY IN EXPROPRIATION ACT OF 2008
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS CHARTER
FLAG AND HERALDIC CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
NATIONAL HAZARD MAPPING ACT OF 2008
VETERANS CENTER SITE
ARTIS, EDWARD A.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AFFAIRS OFFICE
SOCIAL SECURITY CONDONATION LAW OF 2008
BLOOD TYPE IDENTIFICATION ACT OF 2008
FREE VACCINATION AND IMMUNIZATION ACT OF 2008
NATIONAL EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM ACT OF 2008
PAG-IBIG FUND LAW OF 2008
FIRE PROTECTION MODERNIZATION ACT OF 2008
REGISTRY OF FISHERFOLK POSTED IN BARANGAY HALLS
REAPPORTIONING PROVINCE OF CAVITE
HEALTH AND EDUCATION ACCELERATION PROGRAM (HEAP) ACT OF 2008
RED CROSS AND OTHER EMBLEMS BILL
AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVE RESEARCH EXTENSION ACT OF 2008
TOURISM ACT OF 2008
CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY (CTU)
LAPU-LAPU DAY OR ADLAW NI LAPU-LAPU
REQUIREMENT OF PUBLICITY AND MALICE DISCUSSION OF ANY MATTER OF PUBLIC CONCERN
MINDANAO RAILWAYS CORPORATION
LAKE LANAO DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF 2008
PAGASA MODERNIZATION ACT OF 2008
MANDATORY FOR NATIONAL TV/RADIO NETWORKS TO SPONSOR DEBATES AMONG PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
MAGNA CARTA OF WOMEN
PUBLIC LAND ACT
PREMATURE MARRIAGES (ARTICLE 351, REVISED PENAL CODE)
NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES CHARTER OF 2007
ANTI-THEFT AND ROBBERY OF PORTABLE TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICES ACT OF 2007
BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG KABATAAN ELECTIONS RESETTING TO SECOND MONDAY OF MAY, 2008
FILIPINO WORLD WAR II VETERANS PENSIONS AND BENEFITS ACT OF 2007
SMALL INCOME AND MINIMUM WAGE EARNERS EXEMPTION FROM FILING OF INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURNS
INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX EXEMPTION REGULAR ADJUSTMENT TO INFLATION EVERY FIVE YEARS
RENEWABLE ENERGY ACT OF 2007
INDEXATION OF FINES ACT OF 2007
DISCOUNT PRIVILEGES & EVAT EXEMPTION ON MEDICINES PURCHASE BY GOVT. EMPLOYEES, SENIORS AND INDIGENTS
EXTENDING ACEF FROM DECEMBER 2007 TO DECEMBER 2015
REQUIRING DRUGSTORES TO POST THE SIGN GENERIC DRUGS ARE CHEAPER
PHILIPPINE ACT ON CRIMES AGAINST INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
IDENTIFICATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF COMMON CARRIERS OF 2007
PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD ACT OF 2007
WITNESS FAILURE TO REPORT STOLEN FIREARMS, CARNAPPING, AND OTHER CRIMES AS OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
NATIONAL RAILWAY ACT
AMENDING R.A.NO. 9280, RE SCOPE AND PRACTICE OF CUSTOMS BROKER
NUMBERS AND/OR LETTERS GAMES ACT OF 2007
MARITAL INFIDELITY
MARITAL INFIDELITY
CHEMISTRY ACT OF 2007
USED MOTOR VEHICLES REGULATION ACT OF 2007
FIREARMS ACT OF 2007
INITIATIVE ON THE CONSTITUTION ACT OF 2007
INCLUSION OF NUMBER PLATES IN THE REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES FOR IDENTIFICATION
CRIME OF PREMATURE MARRIAGES
SIM CARD REGISTRATION ACT OF 2007
ANTI-CELLPHONE SNATCHING ACT OF 2007
PARTY-LIST SYSTEM ACT
SUSPENDING PAYMENT OF ESTATE TAX ON FAMILY HOME BY SURVIVING SPOUSE IN CASE OF DEATH OF SPOUSE
INCREASE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DEDUCTIBLE MEDICAL EXPENSES FROM ESTATE TAX PAYMENT
DISQUALIFYING PNP CHIEF FOR APPOINTMENT TO DILG SECRETARY POSITION
DISQUALIFYING AFP CHIEF OF STAFF FOR APPOINTMENT TO DND SECRETARY POSITION
PRISON WORK ACT OF 2007
CHILD SUPPORT
FOOD DONATION ACT OF 2007
MIGRANT WORKERS AND OVERSEAS FILIPINOS ACT
GOVERNMENT-OWNED OR CONTROLLED CORPORATIONS (GOCCS) ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2007
POLITICAL TURNCOATISM
EDUCATION REVITALIZATION ACT OF 2007
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND MITIGATION ACT OF 2007
VOLUNTEER ACT OF 2007
3-2-1 LUZON GLOBAL CORRIDOR ACT OF 2007
FILIPINO WORLD WAR II VETERANS PENSIONS AND BENEFITS OF 2007
DRUNK DRIVING PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT ACT OF 2007
TOURISM ACT OF 2007

PLAYAH NO. 2

This candidate only has the following bills and resolutions from 2007 to 2009:

BUDGET IMPOUNDMENT CONTROL ACT
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM ACT
SUPERIOR RESPONSIBILITY ACT OF 2008
WAGE RATIONALIZATION ACT
PUBLIC WORKS REFORM ACT OF 2008
APPOINTEE INELIGIBILITY ACT OF 2007
JUDICIARY INDEPENDENCE ENHANCING ACT OF 2007
WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY INCENTIVES ACT OF 2007

PLAYAH  NO.3

Playah Number 3 has a whopping 407 bills and resolutions within the same period. And it’s not your typical bill that creates a national high school – you know the kind that sort of takes over the role of the DECS in school expansion.  Here’s the list of bills – brace yourselves:

CUSTOMS BROKERING BUSINESS PAID-UP CAPITAL, MINIMUM OF 1 MILLION PESOS MAULAWIN SPRING PROTECTED LANDSCAPE ACT OF 2008
DEAF-BLIND AWARENESS MONTH MEAT LABELING ACT
DEBT RELIEF ACT OF 2008 MEDIA PROTECTION FOR THE DISABLED ACT
DEFINING THE CRIME OF PSEUDO-INVESTMENTS (PYRAMID SALES SCHEME, TELEMARKETING) MERGER OF BONDED EXPORT MARKETING BOARD (BEMB) AND DEPT. OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY (DTI)
DEPARTMENT OF PEACE (ESTABLISHMENT) MICRO AND COTTAGE INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT ACT
DESIGNATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL COURTS OR GREEN BENCHES MICRO-ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS ACT OF 2008
DETERRENCE IN THE COMMISSION OF CRIME IN THE CONDUCT OF FRATERNITY INITIATION RITES MIGRANT WORKERS AND OVERSEAS FILIPINOS ACT
DEVELOPING GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS TEACHERS ACT MILKFEEDING ACT
DRUNK DRIVING/DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF PROHIBITED DRUGS MINDANAO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MEDA) ACT OF 2009
ECOLOGY SUBJECT IN PUBLIC/PRIVATE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS MINDANAO RAILWAYS CORPORATION
EDUCATION AND HERITAGE PROGRAM FOR OVERSEAS FILIPINOS ACT MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE PNP
EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS OF THE MINOR CHILDREN OF FIREFIGHTERS MINIMUM WAGE EARNERS INCOME TAX EXEMPTION
ELECTION OFFENSES MISSING PERSONS COUNCIL ACT OF 2007
ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SERVICES ACT MOBILE HEALTH CARE SERVICES ACT
EMERGENCY HEALTH POWERS ACT MOBILE LIBRARIES OF THE PHILIPPINES ACT OF 2009
ENSURING THE CONTINUING VIABILITY AND GROWTH OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MOTOR VEHICLE FEES REGISTRATION TO FUND LGUS SOCIAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS
ENTREPRENEURAL EDUCATION PROMOTION ACT MOUNTAINEERING MONTH
ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROHIBITING OPERATION OF INTERNET CAFES, COMPUTER GAME SHOPS WITHIN 500 METERS FROM SCHOOLS, CHURCH
EPILEPSY AWARENESS MONTH PROHIBITING PRESENTATION OF SUSPECTS IN PRESS CONFERENCE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN IN CORPORATE PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PROHIBITING PRESENTATION OF SUSPECTS IN PRESS CONFERENCE
EXACT CHANGE ACT PROHIBITING SERVICE OF WARRANTS OF ARRESTS DURING NIGHTTIME, HOLIDAYS AND WEEKENDS
EXACTION OF FEES FROM JOB APPLICANTS PROHIBITING SMOKING IN A MOTOR VEHICLE IN THE PRESENCE OF A MINOR
EXPANDED GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN PRIVATE EDUCATION ACT PROHIBITING THE USE OF THE WORDS ‘MUSLIM’ AND ‘CHRISTIAN’ IN MASS MEDIA
EXPLOSIVES AND CHEMICALS PROMOTING GREEN COLLAR JOBS IN THE PHILIPPINES ACT OF 2009
FAMILY HOME PROSTATE CANCER PUBLIC AWARENESS ACT
FAMILY PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT PROTECTION FROM PRICE GOUGING AGAINST DISASTER VICTIMS ACT
FARMER ORGANIZATION TO UNDERTAKE RICE IMPORTATIONS PUBLIC HONOR GRADUATES PRIORITY ACT
FILM TOURISM ACT OF 2008 PUBLIC RECREATIONAL PARKS
FIREFIGHTER’S MEMORIAL DAY PUBLIC SAFETY EDUCATION AND AWARENESS ACT
FISCAL AUONOMY OF LGUS IN THEIR CHOICE OF DEPOSITORY BANKS PUBLIC SCHOOL SECURITY ACT OF 2009
FIXED INCOME EMPLOYMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLE DRIVERS PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS
FOLIC ACID PROMOTION AND BIRTH DEFECTS PREVENTION ACT PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS HOUSING PROGRAM ACT OF 2009
FOOD SUBSIDY PROGRAM PUBLICATION OF LEWD PHOTOGRAPHS AND SEX STORIES IN TABLOID/NEWSPAPERS BAN
FORENSIC SCIENCE INSTITUTE ACT (UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES SYSTEM) PYROTECHNIC DEVICES REGULATION
FOREST MANAGEMENT RATIONALIZING THE CREATION OF LOCAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (LCUS)
FOSTER CARE ACT OF 2008 RECONSTRUCTION AND REBUILD PROGRAM
FRAMEWORK FOR THE TRANSFER OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RECYCLABLE OR BIODEGRADABLE MATERIALS FOR PACKAGING
FREE MEDICAL AND DENTAL ASSISTANCE TO INDIGENT CHILDREN RECYCLE WASTE ACT
FREE MEDICINE FOR THE POOR ACT REDUCING THE RATE OF AMUSEMENT TAX
FREE PUBLIC PREPARATORY EDUCATION ACT REDUCTION OF METALS IN PACKAGING ACT
FREE SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED PERSONS REHABILITATION, SELF-DEVELOPMENT AND SELF-RELIANCE OF DISABLED PERSONS
FREE VACCINATION AND IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM FOR FILIPINO INFANTS AND CHILDREN RELIEF FOR VICTIMS OF DISASTERS
FREEDOM OF ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT RENAMING BFAD TO FOOD AND DRUGS ADMINISTRATION, AMENDING R.A.NO. 3720
FUND ASSISTANCE FOR MADRASAH EDUCATION ACT REPORT OF THEFT OF FIREARM ACT
GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENT LIABILITY STANDARDS ACT RE-PROGRAMMING MOBILE TELEPHONE (INTERNATIONAL MOBILE EQUIPMENT IDENTITY [IMEI])
GOOD SAMARITAN ACT OF 2007 REQUIRED MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES IN BASIC EDUCATION (RMKC ACT)
GOVERNMENT AMBULANCES REQUIREMENT OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN THE SAFE USE, MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE OF HANDGUNS ACT
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2008 REQUIRING MALLS/STORES TO USE ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY SHOPPING BAGS INSTEAD OF PLASTIC BAGS
GRANTING QUALIFIED FARMERS/FISHERMEN P2.00 DISCOUNT ON PETROLEUM PRODUCTS REQUIRING PRINCIPALS AND SUPERVISORS TO HAVE TEACHING LOADS
GRANTING TRAVEL ALLOWANCES TO BARANGAY HEALTH WORKERS RESCUE INITIATIVES IN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS (RISMETS) PROGRAM ACT
GSIS TO INCLUDE BARANGAY OFFICIALS UNDER ITS COVERAGE RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR PUNONG BARANGAY AND SANGGUNIANG BARANGAY
GUN REPLICAS REGULATION ACT REVISED CHARTER OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
HANDS-FREE DEVICE ACT REVISED FIRE CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY MODERNIZATION ACT REVISED PENAL CODE (ARTICLE 354, ACT NO. 3815)
HEALTH PROMOTION ACT OF 2007 REVISED PENAL CODE (SECTION 227, ACT NO. 3815)
HEALTHY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT ACT RIGHT TO TRAVEL ACT
HOSPITAL INFECTION REPORTING ACT RIVER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
HUMAN ORGAN TRANSPLANT ACT RIZAL PARK DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2008
HYDROPHONICS AGRICULTURE ROAD DIGGINGS/REPAIRS SITE SIGNAGE
IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY (IFSU) SAFE BOTTLED WATER ACT
ILLEGAL GAMBLING SANITATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OPERATION OF ESTABLISHMENTS AND FACILITIES
IMPORTATION, DOMESTIC SALE OR USE OF GOODS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR POOR BUT DESERVING STUDENTS ACT
IMPOSING HEAVY PENALTIES FOR CELLPHONE THEFT SCHOOL BUS SAFETY ACT
INCENTIVES TO FILMMAKERS AND ACTORS SCHOOL HEALTH AND NUTRITION MODERNIZATION ACT
INCOME AND REVENUE (PROVINCIAL GOVERNORS, CITY AND MUNICIPAL MAYORS AND PUNONG BARANGAY) SCIENCE AND CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION ACT SEA DUMPING BAN ACT
INSTITUTIONALIZING THE ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF EMPLOYMENT SENIOR CITIZENS
INTEGRATION OF ROBOTICS APPLICATION IN SECONDARY SCIENCE CURRICULUM SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT PRIVILEGE
INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT ACT OF 2008 SENIOR CITIZENS IMMUNIZATION ACT OF 2007
KOMIKS INDUSTRY ACT OF 2007 SEPARATE PRISON CELL FOR FEMALE PRISONERS
KULINARYA AT PAGKAING PINOY SA MGA ASIGNATURANG ARALING PANLIPUNAN SERVICE TO PAY ACT
LAKE LANAO DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ACT OF 2008 SEXUAL INFIDELITY
LEGAL RECOGNITION TO TRIBAL PEACE PACT HOLDERS SHIP AGENTS IN THE TRAMP SERVICE
LGUS WITH DOH, TO PROVIDE QUALITY EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE (EMOC) SHORE PROTECTION ACT
LIABILITY OF PNP/LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS OF THEIR SUBORDINATES SIMBAHAN-TALAGAS PROTECTED LANDSCAPE ACT OF 2008
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM (LPG) OUTLET AND REGULATOR STANDARD DESIGN SIX-HOUR WORK DAY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS ACT OF 2008
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) WEIGHING MACHINE SKILLS TRAINING AND RETRAINING ACT OF 2007
LIQUOR WARNING LABELING SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES STOCK EXCHANGE (SMEX) ACT
LITERACY COORDINATING COUNCIL SMALL BUSINESS FRANCHISE ACT
LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LOCAL LEADERS PROFESSIONALIZATION AND EDUCATION ACT OF 2007 SPEAKER JOSE B. LAUREL JR., HIGHWAYS
LOCAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ACT OF 2008 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR GIFTED AND HANDICAPPED CHILDREN AND YOUTH
LPG INDUSTRY REGULATION AND SAFETY ACT OF 2009 SPECIAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & BENEFITS TO MEMBERS OF PNP, AFP, BFP & BJMP KILLED IN LINE OF DUTY
LUNETA PARK SPECIAL PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AGAINST CHILD ABUSE
M,ANDATORY DISCLOSURE OF GUNSHOT WOUNDED PERSON STA. LUCIA PROTECTED LANDSCAPE ACT OF 2008
MAGNA CARTA FOR DAY CARE WORKERS STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
MAGNA CARTA FOR YOUTH STUDENTS PRIVILEGE ACT
MAGNA CARTA OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT WORKERS SUBSIDIARY PENALTY/SUBSIDIARY IMPRISONMENT
MAGNA CARTA OF AGRICULTURAL OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES SURVIVORSHIP BENEFITS PAYMENT (COA, CSC, COMELEC, OMBUDSMAN DECEASED RETIRED MEMBERS)
MAGNA CARTA OF FILIPINO WOMEN TALAYTAY PROTECTED LANDSCAPE ACT OF 2008
MAGNA CARTA OF STUDENTS TALIBON GROUP OF ISLANDS PROTECTED LANDSCAPE/SEASCAPE ACT OF 2008
MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT OF ELDERLY TANODBATA ACT
MALABUNGOT PROTECTED LANDSCAPE AND SEASCAPE ACT OF 2008 TATTOO PATRONS PROTECTION ACT OF 2007
MALVERSATION OF PUBLIC FUNDS, PROPERTY, THEFT AND ESTAFA TATTOOING AND BODY PIERCING
MANDATORY EMPLOYERS’ INSURANCE FOR OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS ACT OF 2008 TAX FREE FOR LIFE FILIPINO OLYMPIAN ACT OF 2007
MANDATORY PERIODS FOR THE RESOLUTION OF LABOR CASES TAX INCENTIVES (BROADCAST AND PRINT MEDIA)
MANDATORY PHILHEALTH COVERAGE OF HOUSEHELPERS TEACHER EDUCATION
MANDATORY REPATRIATION OF UNDERAGE MIGRANT WORKERS TEACHER PROFESSION ACT
MARINE CASUALTIES REPORTING ACT TEMPORARY SHELTER PROGRAM FOR TRAFFICKED PERSON ACT OF 2008
MARITIME AND OCEAN AFFAIRS CENTER ACT OF 2008 TERTIARY EDUCATION (FREE FOR PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS)
TULONG ARAL SA EMPLEYADO NG GOBYERNO ACT OF 2008 THE NEW SANITARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAW OF 2007
UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE CHEAPER AND QUALITY MEDICINES ACT OF 2008 THEFT OR ROBBERY
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILPPINES CHARTER OF 2007 TIMBANGAN NG BAYAN CENTER
USE OF MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING TO INCLUDE IN THE COVERAGE OF R.A.NO. 53, THE BROADCAST MEDIA PRACTITIONER
VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENTATION AMONGST INFANTS TOY SAFETY LABELING ACT OF 2007
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION NON-PROLIFERATION AND STRATEGIC ITEMS/GOODS REGULATION ACT OF 2009 TRADITIONAL GAMES AND SPORTS ACT OF 2007
WEARING OF GLOVES IN FOOD PREPARATIONS ACT TRANSPORTATION COOPERATIVES LOAN FUND
WELFARE OF THE PUBLIC EDUCATION AND HEALTH CARE ACT OF 2008 TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE ACT OF 2009
WHISTLEBLOWER ACT OF 2008 TUITION FEE RATIONALIZATION ACT
WILDLIFE RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION ACT WOMEN, GIRLS AND GENDER EDUCATION ACT OF 2008
WOMEN IN THE FURTHER ERADICATION OF RAPE AND VIOLENCE THROUGH SELF-DEFENSE WOMEN’S MEDICAL AND HOSPITALIZATION BENEFITS ACT
WORKER PROTECTION WARNINGS ACT
WORKERS EDUCATION ON ADVERSE EFFECTS OF DANGEROUS DRUGS

You can tell someone has been really working and someone has really been slacking!

Take your pick – Who is the number 1 slacker?

Will you TRUST Playah No. 2 if he says he will work really hard as President?

Think about it!

Wakanga… baka ma-tyope kayo. Kayo ren… Walang sisihan… ang Pagsisi parating nasa unahan 😛

Hint: Playah No. 2 will dismiss Player No. 3 as “we already have enough laws, all we need is enforcement”.

Very well, Player No. 2, if you can’t comply with the need to submit a substantial number of laws, why should you be trusted with enforcing or work towards the enforcement so that the need is met?

Player No. 3, what is the possibility that the increase in your networth will be directly proportional to the number of bills you churn out? Are you in favor of scrapping the pork barrel ? Oops.. that goes you both Players No 1 and 2.

Player No. 1 you seem to be a very nice guy, why aren’t you connecting with the electorate? You need to fire your camapaign team. They are doing you a disservice. You have the integrity, leadership, and ability – and yet, people are clueless

Do you know who the players are? Here you go:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPAYcs8OVWk httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD03E7gp5Hg httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twlCcsVLWHA
Player No. 1 Player No. 2 Player No. 3
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14 comments

  1. Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by antipinoy: http://antipinoy.com/who-is-the-14th-senates-number-1-slacker/

  2. […] that it does not really take a genius to guess who the numbers show comes out as the undisputed top Senatorial slacker among the lot. For that matter, what purpose does the Philippine Senate serve to begin […]

  3. Man, am I even surprised?

    Villar and his ads are annoying as hell but he sure has made some good laws!

  4. In the case of #3, he balances each nasty step with many good steps he made. It’s like he’s making up. As for no. 2, he’s doing nothing, since he has nothing to make up for. hehehe. But no. 1 is not bad. He’s the best choice here. Still, I go for Saling Pusa… nice song by The Dawn eh. hehehe

  5. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Noemi L. Dado, Ninfa Bito, Shu Lee, Daniel Arlt, Jayvee Sacramento and others. Jayvee Sacramento said: who is the senate's number one slacker? http://bit.ly/9Iclcn […]

  6. Makabayan · ·

    I do not agree with the word “slacker” for it carries to much negativity.

    May I suggest:

    1. action-challenged

    2. underachiever

    3. potentially effective

    4. unpotentiated dreamer

    5. lost soul

  7. “Action challenged”. Heh. I like that.

    How about “Differently Abled?”

  8. lester2k1 · ·

    AFAIK, player number 1 is actually in favor of the pork barrel. PROVIDED that the users are transparent about it. not bad at all if you ask me.

  9. Btw, the House of Representatives also have the legislative search engine called called HRLIS or House Bills Online Query. The list goes back to 8th Congress, good enough to know that Playah No.2 has filed a bill (declaring Tarlac City Day) three times in all three congresses while he is in the lower house.

  10. Playah #1 = Gordon

    Playah #2 = NOY

    Playah #3 = Villar

  11. Jayvee,
    Actually ang Bills and Resolutions na nilista ni Bong (ang author ng article na ito) ay hindi pa ganap na Batas. So wala sa dami yun, nasa quality. Yung mga quality bills, yun ang malamang nagiging batas.

    Halimbawa, si Noynoy, 9 Bills ang nagawa niya (ouch) , pero ni isa hindi na-ipasa bilang batas! (lalong ouch). 0% rate.

    Si Villar naman ang nasa kabilang dulo. 740 ang kanyang bills, pero 44 ang naging batas. In percentage, 5.94% ng kanyang mga bills ang pumasa.

    Si Gordon, 185 bills, 13 ang pumasa. ( 7.02% rate). Ito mga quality laws ni Gordon:

    Republic Act No. 9369, the new Automated Elections System law, (na mararanasan natin ngayong May 10)
    Republic Act No. 9333, fixing the regular elections in ARMM,
    Republic Act No. 9334, the sin tax law
    Republic Act No. 9399 and 9400, fixing the tax regime in Special Economic Zones
    Republic Act No. 9400 fixing the tax regime in Freeports of Clark and Poro Point
    Republic Act No. 9492,the holiday economics law
    Republic Act No. 9346, the abolition of the death penalty law
    Republic Act No. 9367, the Biofuels Act of 2007
    Republic Act No. 9499, the Filipino World War II VeteransPensions and Benefits
    Republic Act No. 9593, the Tourism Act of 2007
    Republic Act No. 9803, the Food Donation Act
    Republic Act No. 9851, on International Humanitarian Law
    Republic Act No. 9728, creating the Freeport Area of Bataan

    Awaiting President’s approval:
    Senate Bill No. 2162, Adlaw ni Lapu-Lapu
    Senate Bill No. 2590, an Act proposing Nine Rays on the Sun on the Philippine Flag
    Senate Bill No. 2591, the Philippine Red Cross Act
    Senate Bill No. 3086, the Philippine Disaster Risk Management Act of 2009
    Senate Bill No. 3298, the Girl Scouts of the Philippines Act of 2009
    Senate Bill No. 3496, creating the Mindanao Economic Development Authority

    Bale magiging 19 ang laws ni Gordon, or 10.3% rate. Ayos ba? =) Partida pa yan, kasi Chairman pa siya ng Phil Red Cross. Nandun siya agad sa mga disaster areas.

    BONG,
    Tama ka, si Gordon ay merong “integrity, leadership, and ability — and yet, people are clueless”. Wala siyang pera kasi gaya ni Villar. (Hindi kasi siya kurakot!) Wala rin siyang kamag-anak na artista gaya ni Noynoy. Ang mga volunteers ngayon ang kumikilos para sa kanya at grassroots level.

    Sa track record (Olongapo, Subic, Red Cross, WOW Philippines) litaw ang experience ni Gordon. Na-ilustrate ko na rin ang kanyang track record sa Senate.

    For the love of country, let’s set things right again and move forward with Sen. Gordon.

  12. […] Most of Noynoy’s colleagues have produced hundreds of bills EACH in only one year as a congressman or senator and some of them become laws. Noynoy on the contrary, had less than one bill PER YEAR. […]

  13. feeble minded “masa” pinoys love slackers… i think itll be noy2x, pare pareho silang lahat mag slack the whole day lol

  14. […] Lastly, the benefit of the doubt was given but it was withdrawn after seeing Aquino’s doubtful performance in the Senate. […]

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