Elections Ain't About Clowning Around, Mofos

Emo is all over the air. It is an orgy of obtuse parochial thinking that makes any world class thinking realist Pinoy cringe. Take for instance this FV post by JCC.

Benign0, who has contributed here at Filipino Voices, has a favorite punch-line which is full of wisdom and grit: “We expect so much from our leaders and nothing from ourselves”.Election 2010 is scheduled this May. The contenders are mostly clowns but the people look at them as a parade of statesmen vying for the most important position of the land, the Office of the President.

We are told that we must vote wisely this time around, otherwise we are doomed. Pundits differ on their take of who should be our President as if this choice spells the difference between our survival and misfortune. It does not because for long we had been doomed.

To get out of this hell-hole, we must depend only in ourselves and not from our politicians who find convenience in mouthing empty platitudes of their being pro-poor and pro-economic growth. We can only be as good or as rotten as our politicians.

Depending on ourselves is not enough. We also need to think ands ask ourselves – what are we doing now that has not delivered the results that we want – YES – am talking choosing based on “winnability”.

If you find a politican mouthing empty platitudes – look for the politican who actually did something good for their community and transformed it – like Gordon and Bayani. Eh kung pipili ka ng Aquino – tingnan mo naman ang Tarlac – hanggang ngayon ang ekonomiya ay umiikot lang sa mundo ng Hacienda Luisita. In contrast, Subic and Marikina are more vibrant, cleaner, people are more engaged and have a high civic consciousness – and better quality of life.

If Noynoy were to mouth the platitude of efficiency and productivity – give him the facts – how can he be credible when he only had 9 bills passed in 3 years. Their argument against Villar was that he was only present 15% at the Senate – but his output is 407 bills in three years.

What does that tell you about who is more productive? The one who took 3 years to come up with 9 bills, possibly 90% attendance vs the one who had 15% attendance and DELIVERED 407 bills? Sino ang bobo at tamad? Sino ang matalino at masipag?

But are we capable of finding ourselves and be better than our politicians?

Speak for yourself. You do not speak for me.

To begin with, we are no longer outraged by a candidate who as a chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance in 2004 lobbied before the Department of Public Works to divert the original C-5 project so the roads can traverse his empire of subdivisions, was paid partial amount for the “right–of-way” but later on had the nerve to complain that he has yet to receive the full payment for the realty the government had taken in building these roads over his properties.

Why should we be outraged? We were outraged when Cory scuttled the CARP – did anything happen? NO. There is something better than outrage, it’s called THINKING.

And now you will have people vote for the son of the President who scuttled land reform  -the very same land reform touted in her own Constitution – now, that’s an outrage!

It is an insult to the intelligence of the Filipinos, but we did not feel the insult, or we simply lost our capacity to be enraged and would rather comfort ourselves with the insult.

Intelligence? Really? Where was that intelligence when they were choosing between Arroyo, Roco, and FPJ?

Where is this same intelligence now – in choosing between Gordon, Perlas, Villar, Teodoro and Aquino?

In the pack of Presidentiables, we have Noynoy, a scion of Cory and Ninoy, Mr. Teodoro, a GMA surrogate, Erap, an alcoholic and a gambler, Mr. Gordon, a serious politician but already out of contention and so were Mr. Perlas, Mr. De los Reyes, Ms. Madrigal and Bro. Villanueva.

Where is the vaunted Filipino intelligence in putting Gordon out of contention? Where is the intelligence in choosing a slacker and a cop-out versus proven and very able  leadership? Quit  clowning around!

Rooting for those who are already out of contention is pure lunacy. It’s a waste of one’s precious vote. But no, we would rather be lunatics. If we are lunatics why do we aspire for a good government lead by “angels”. Should not our leaders be lunatics too?

Rooting for an INCOMPETENT and LAZY candidate because he is “winnable” is the epitome of lunacy. It is a TOTAL waste of your vote. Why vote for slackers who peddle snake oil and call it “change” or “hope”? The thinking process arriving at such a conclusion is a TOTAL WASTE OF BRAIN CELLS. Makes you wonder, do these people even have a brain to start with?

The rational voter will select not on the basis of the bandwagon effect – that’s for the gullible, clueless, and naive. After all how can you arrive at “change ” when you are electing a candidate who represents the summa total of the Pinoy dysfunction – “pwede na”, indecisiveness, palusot, tamad, at mandurugas.

As the election nears, the choice is narrowed down between Noynoy and Mr. Villar. If Mr. Villar got his number up in the latest survey, credit that to Revillame and Dolphy’s endorsements. Again, it speaks of volumes our mass hypnosis to celebrity appeal. Their endorsement is like a magic wand that can denature the most obnoxious candidate in the pack. If we are that gullible why expect our leaders to treat us as if we are intelligent creatures?

It is narrowed down to Noynoy and Villar because voters choose to do so.

If voters choose to do so, if they chose to adopt the criteria of ability, proven track record, platform OVER the criteria of winnability then the choices can be narrowed to those with ability – and not just popularity. If one were just voting for popularity – why stop at Villar and Aquino – let’s go all the way for Revillame and Dolphy, or Kirs – while we are at it, let’s throw the entire kitchen sink – all the clowns, sluts, and ‘hos pimped by ABS-CBN and GMA.

If we vote for Noynoy we feel that we are honoring Cory and Ninoy. What’s wrong with that? No. We need a savior and not a weakling incompetent? Who in the pack has the “halo savior” glistening in his head with a strong vision and character? No one!

What’s wrong with that? Hesusmarosep – tiguwang na tonto gihapon!

You vote on the basis of who is the best candidate with ability, proven performance, and solid platform – not to honor Cory or Ninoy – ano ka hilo? Tumira na ng America – winnability pa rin ang laman ng utak? Can’t teach old dogs new tricks. ROTFLMAO!

Still, if you really want to honor Noynoy and Cory – DO NOT VOTE FOR NOYNOY BECAUSE HE IS NOT THE BEST CANDIDATE! Nasakasabat na ka nong? Ihampak na sa imong alimpatakan!

But why still go to the polls to vote? No, we should not vote at all unless we are clear in our position.  My position is clear, to vote for Noynoy and to urge others to vote for him or for Mr. Villar only. These two candidates could be clowns, but Noynoy is the kind of a clown who goes to children’s party to make them laugh. Villar is another clown of “joker’s” type in the movie “Batman”, rapacious, ruthless and vicious in pillaging and poaching the system.

This is what you call as a false dilemma, a logical fallacy given that there are better candidates. If you are to be clear on your position and you are to vote – choose Gordon or Perlas – they don’t clown around and they don’t have the intellectual baggage of trapo-centric politics. If you want Camano’s trapo-centric circus, limit your choice to Villar and Aquino. But let’s have fun with Camano’s metaphor.

Etong style ni JCC – style bulok. You see, he uses one context for Noynoy (party clown) and another for Villar (Joker – The Bat’s nemesis). The correct comparison is this:

If Aquino and Villar were Party Clowns

Noynoy is clown who will make the children laugh, who will promise children candy, only if he is invited to their next party.

Villar is a clown who not only makes the children laugh, but came with candies, food, banner, and games.

If Aquino and Villar were the Joker

Noynoy as Joker is the clown who will have to call other villains for advise, pray for a plan, then ascribe a loss as Quiapo-related. He will claim leadership of the crime world because he is the son of master crooks. For short  – a poseur.

Villar is a clown who delivers the goods – fireworks and the entire she-bang.

Elections Ain’t About Clowning Around

We arrived at this juncture in our nation’s history precisely because we voted for clowns. And we have clowns telling us to say it is okay to clown around. – to go with who is most winnable. Punyeta!

This winnability virus must be wiped out , stoned, and stomped to death if this country is to have a chance at genuine change.

But people should vote only for either of them. If we have a majority President, it makes us less divided. Maybe we can do a little step one at a time and find our bearing as a Republic and not as a nation of marauding warlords and thieves.

Let us put some sense in us before we expect it from our leaders, or shall we say, from our clowns!

Napaka-ogags at engot talaga. People should vote for the best candidate – the ones who can truly deliver.

We don’t want a majority president for majority’s sake. Nor do I want to be united in a ship headed for disaster, courtesy of an unqualified captain.

Little steps are for men of little minds.

It’s time to take bold steps – take the path less taken – create a prosperous future by selecting the candidate who has proven himself to be able to bring transformation to his community and improve its quality of life.

Someone tell the clowns and their fellow members in the circus – Quit clowning around and STFU!

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47 comments

  1. Poppy Seed · ·

    BongV’s comment in FV:

    Vote with your conscience not with the bandwagon.

    Bert’s reply:

    Agree! If your conscience tells you C-5 is fair, go for Villar. If your conscience tells you Noynoy has more integrity, go for Noynoy. If your conscience tells you it’s wise and good for the nation to vote for the sure losers, then vote for the sure losers.

    If you say something sensible, they will shut you down. 🙂
    Vote for NoyNoy!! It’s a wise choice!! 😀

    When will this end? 😦

  2. Poppy Seed · ·

    I was being sarcastic on the above post, don’t shut me down 🙂

    I will never vote for an oligarch…What our country needs is a Lee Kuan Yew. Shame he doesn’t have a Filipino counterpart….Oh well 😦

  3. Hi Poppy Seed,

    Thakns for dropping by. This is not Filipinovoices.com.

    You are in a safe haven, you are a free and thinking human being – you are in antipinoy.com 🙂

  4. The nearest thing you’ve got to LKY is Sen. Gordon – remember – “Bawal ang Tamad Sa Olongapo” 😉

  5. Hi Bong

    Grabe talaga yung article na yan ni JCC. I saw it last night before sleeping and I was so outraged. He said voting for someone else other than Noynoy is a waste! Nakakagigil! I thought I was the only one who felt so infuriated. And then sasabihin sakin ni JoeAm na hindi daw pro-Noynoy ang FV. Ano ba yan!

    As a writer, I have to avoid reading their articles before sleeping kasi nabubuhayan ang utak ko because of the lunacy 🙂

    Twisted logic talaga.

  6. Ilda,

    I was thinking about letting it slide, but I dunno, I was so outraged with JCC’s bullcrap – it was ripe for the picking, the kind of lunacy that deserves to be slashed to smithereens.

    My reply in FV was still under moderation – so it became a blog post. 🙂

  7. Poppy Seed · ·

    I’m from Marikina 😀
    ….but emigrated to Canada in 2006

    A few (if not most)Filipinos in my age group (early 20s) who reside here acts like they own the place and will never hang out with you if you don’t agree with their views (and watch TFC). I got fed up with them, their victim mentality and perverted sense of patriotism/pride which reflects how rotten our society and culture has become. I’ve been lurking here for a while and am really pleased that Filipinos who think for themselves (and for the common good of our countrymen) still exists. 😀

    By the way, Filipinos here are addicted to coffee as well. Hi Conyo!! 😀

  8. Poppy Seed · ·

    I’m from Marikina 😀
    ….but emigrated to *insert name of western country here* in 200X.

    A few (if not most)Filipinos in my age group (early 20s) who reside here acts like they own the place and will never hang out with you if you don’t agree with their views (and watch TFC). I got fed up with them, their victim mentality and perverted sense of patriotism/pride which reflects how rotten our society and culture has become. I’ve been lurking here for a while and am really pleased that Filipinos who think for themselves (and for the common good of our countrymen) still exists. 😀

    By the way, Filipinos here are addicted to coffee as well. Hi Conyo!! 😀

  9. I really like JoeAm. He is one of the funnier clowns.

  10. conscience and integrity are among those words that describe the mode of selection by those who have been fooled by the rhetorical fallacies of the likes of buencamino, margallo, cocoy da laberboy, MLQG, Ellen T(opak), De Quiros and JCC. Noynoy has integrity so vote with your conscience. How do you define Ignoy’s integrity?

    A PRESIDENTIABLE WITH NO ACCOMPLISHMENT HAS NO INTEGRITY.

    A PRESIDENTIABLE WITH NO ACCOMPLISHMENT HAS A BASELESS PLATFORM.

    A PRESIDENTIABLE WITH NO ACCOMPLISHMENT CANNOT CLAIM HE CAN DO GRANDER THINGS BECAUSE HE HASN’T DONE ANY.

    A PRESIDENTIABLE WITH NO ACCOMPLISHMENT IS A PERSON WHO DOES NOT HAVE A DRIVE TO EXCEL AT ANYTHING

    sorry for the CAPS… pero there is a need to shout at these people with twisted logic. kung hindi mo gagawin yan… kawawa naman ang naapektohan ng mga yan.

  11. Eh kung pipili ka ng Aquino – tingnan mo naman ang Tarlac – hanggang ngayon ang ekonomiya ay umiikot lang sa mundo ng Hacienda Luisita. In contrast, Subic and Marikina are more vibrant, cleaner, people are more engaged and have a high civic consciousness – and better quality of life.

    This can’t possibly be emphasised enough!!

    The visible outcome in Marikina and Subic is the quality of the community.

    The only visible outcome in Tarlac is an old but enduring relic of our society’s feudal heritage.

    Go figure. 😀

  12. Jet,

    I agree with with 98% of what you said.

    Just keep MLQ out of it okay? Idol ko kasi siya. He will be our president in 2022.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  13. Wow. A society run like hell by Filipinos in 2022. Fascinating idea.

    My question is, will the Philippines still exist by that time?

    See you at Mr. Bean’s Coffee. 😛

  14. FV is now imperially taken over by biased people. No use arguing with them. Thank the Lord for AP. We’ll let them see whether their anti-Glorianism will suddenly turn into Anti-Noynoyism after they get their way.

  15. Im so ashamed to be a Filipino sana magkaroon ng civil war nagkasawa na ang mga pulitika nila at mga buwist ang mga artista.

  16. We can’t have a civil war because, even at that, we will be mediocre (no follow through).

    Just enjoy life and focus on improving yourself.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  17. Correction: A society REALLY run like hell by Filipinos.

    Unfortunately, this imagined concept we have that we are one people named after a Spanish King, speaking one language “Filipino”, sharing “one land” that happens to be divided over 7,000 times, will still be around by 2022 because, by then, 20% of the population will be sending dollars from other countries to keep us afloat.

    But you are right though. We are on an unsustainable path. Somethings gotta give.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  18. What if Villar wins? It will be interesting to see FV turn into an anti-establishment blog.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  19. Hasn’t FV always been anti-establishment (incognito)? hehehe

  20. having a civil war? im torn between laughing and crying. conyo is right. we should just focus on improving ourselves and for all we know we might just turn the Philippines around. (If Noynoy does not win of course…)

  21. I left this comment but it’s under moderation at FV:

    I don’t get it. Why should anyone assume that the May elections is a duel only between Aquino and Villar? Surveys have never been a reliable predictor of who really does win, so why should I limit my choices to those two? Does anybody here have a crystal ball? Because if anyone does, I’m not listening to that guy. His place is with Dionne Warwick.

    And Bert is right about following your conscience, but in the absence of detailed vision and plans (yes, platforms), how do you even know that you’re using your “conscience” with complete information? You could be drinking milk that’s good for your bones, sure, but when you’re unaware that the milk you’re drinking came from China, you won’t know you’ve got kidney disease due to melamine contamination until you’re already feeling the damage. Get the metaphor? Complete information, not just a possibly uninformed but seemingly “healthy” conscience should allow you to avoid future discomfort, wouldn’t you agree?

    Incomplete information plus this haphazard dichotomy (your suggestion) equals self-fulfilling prophecy – that we’ll be seating a clown, one of either flavors, onto the presidency. Great.

    So, politely, as far as your suggestion is concerned,
    I say No way José.

    I really don’t know how they end up with this stuff.

  22. (reposting) (it didn’t show up.) (spam?)

    I left this comment but it’s under moderation at FV:

    I don’t get it. Why should anyone assume that the May elections is a duel only between Aquino and Villar? Surveys have never been a reliable predictor of who really does win, so why should I limit my choices to those two? Does anybody here have a crystal ball? Because if anyone does, I’m not listening to that guy. His place is with Dionne Warwick.

    And Bert is right about following your conscience, but in the absence of detailed vision and plans (yes, platforms), how do you even know that you’re using your “conscience” with complete information? You could be drinking milk that’s good for your bones, sure, but when you’re unaware that the milk you’re drinking came from China, you won’t know you’ve got kidney disease due to melamine contamination until you’re already feeling the damage. Get the metaphor? Complete information, not just a possibly uninformed but seemingly “healthy” conscience should allow you to avoid future discomfort, wouldn’t you agree?

    Incomplete information plus this haphazard dichotomy (your suggestion) equals self-fulfilling prophecy – that we’ll be seating a clown, one of either flavors, onto the presidency. Great.

    So, politely, as far as your suggestion is concerned,
    I say No way José.

    I really don’t know how they end up with this stuff.

  23. Now I may not be at my voting age but nowadays I have been more concerned about the state of our country. I am NOT worried about Noynoy being a corrupt president nor am I accusing him of being one. After all I don’t know much about him aside from what my parents told me when I asked who they were going to vote this May. All I know is he is some guy in the senate who likes to “lay low” if I am not mistaken. I am more worried of his non-performance during his term in the senate. He has nothing to prove to the people that he is capable of being the leader of this country. All he has is the word AQUINO after his first name…

    Im like SO WHAT!? Dude you’re so overrated. If you wanna WAX ON you gotta be prepared to WAX OFF. You can’t even lift a damn rag if it’s not for your stupid glasses. You could be the Mandela for all I care. YOU ARE NOT READY FOR ANYTHING. You may have a lot of confidence in yourself and you may be an Aquino but dude, GET REAL. Being a good leader isn’t genetically inherited. Noynoy Aquino is the most ironic clown there is. He makes crickets laugh.

    I just realized that i only repeated the feelings of others through different words. Sorry for the angry comment. I just like to indirectly throw words at people who are a threat to the people I love since im usually not a violent person.

    God save the Philippines… good day

  24. Okey lang magalit pare.

    There is this great concept of “Freedom of Speech” being practiced at Antipinoy.com which, sadly, has not been embraced by the “other” Pinoy Blogs.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  25. Okey lang magalit pare.

    There is this great concept of “Freedom of Speech” being practiced here at Antipinoy.com which, sadly, the “other” Pinoy Blogs do not understand.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  26. Okey lang magalit pare.

    There is this great concept of “Freedom of Speech” being practiced at Antipinoy which, sadly, the “other” Pinoy Blogs do not embrace.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  27. Poppy Seed,

    That sounds pretty sad. Let me guess? Pa yabangan pa sila ng kotse ano? Ganun talaga. Pinoy kasi.

    But don’t worry, I am sure that their children will be more assimilated into your adopted country which, hopefully, has a culture that empowers the individual instead of hindering it.

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  28. well its good since this is the first pinoy blog i’ve been reading and commenting to… 🙂

  29. mmmm…

    repetition…

    hypnotic…

    must obey…

    must go to starbucks…

    nice pants, btw 🙂

  30. Poppy Seed · ·

    Assimilated? That’s a probability but the poor child will have an identity crisis when he grows up and might inherit the same negative mentality of his parents. Not that our culture is good to begin with (since, it’s already rotten). It really is a depressing thing. 😦

    Meanwhile, back in the Motherland, my former classmates and friends don’t (seem to) care about what’s happening in their society. They would rather post pictures of their favorite food, the coffee that they’re drinking (Ahem!) and the places they’ve visited in Facebook for the sake of showing off.
    Talk about Pride, WooHoo!!! 😀

    Enough of my rant…

    Unfortunately, I can’t meet you in Starbucks, because, I drink Tim Horton’s coffee. 🙂
    Ooops, I shouldn’t have said that, it gives away my location. 🙂

  31. Poppy Seed · ·

    I posted this somewhere in this blog before, and I will post it again.

    Media and Politics in the Philippines courtesy of Monty Python. 😀

    Lots of similarities between that video and President Glo’s Fashion show….err….SONA (as reported by inquirer.net)

    Enjoy. 😀

  32. when is tim horton’s coming to the philippines? man i’ve been looking for something to beat this starbucks here. enuff with canada! work your magic here!

    happy valentines, getreal people. 🙂

    mwah.

  33. Hyden Toro · ·

    Again, I plea to fellow voters. Examine carefully the r4ecords of the candidates. What they stand for.
    What did they do when they were in office. What are their programs. What are their platforms.
    A Presidential candidate must know how to answer question from us. Concise and direct answers.
    To the point. Study how they answer quations. If they know what they are talking about. If they are
    conversant on all subjects. We dont want “BOBO” as President. We dont want a President who
    let othe people think for him. We want a leader who can lead. with CHARACTER and CONPETENCE
    in him.

    We dont ask for more!

  34. Hyden Toro · ·

    Here are what we got from the Aquino family era:

    1. Land Reform was selved by the late Cory Aquino to protect her Hacienda Luisita.

    2. Kris Aquino, who is the daughter is a nototrious Adulterer. Going from one husband to another.
    The Catholic Church never did speak against the notorious adultery of Kris Aquino. They are
    SACRED COWS to the Catholic Church.

    3. Mendiola Massacre. Unarmed Farmers whose only crime was to demand a fair share of their
    labors were killed by the order of Cory Aquino. While Cory Aquino goes to Church showing her
    great piety. I hope she got a good confession from her priest before she died. Confessing she
    ordered the killing of those unarmed farmers.

    4. The Aquino family helped and financed the NPA rebel group. Which has grown in power, logistics
    and capability. This was done to protect Hacienda Luisita.

    5. Noynoy Aquino is an underachiever Senator. Look at his records as a Public Servant. Now, he wants
    to become a President.

    6. The Aquino family were: (1) Japanese collaborators during World War II. (2) NPA collaborators to
    protect Hacienda Luisita and (3) U.S. Central Intelligence Agency collaborators to promote the
    U.S. Bases Agreement extension.

    7. The late Ninoy Aquino was a “Dugong Aso”. He rode on the NPA Tiger and ended up inside it.
    When he tried to dismount. He let his partymates be bombed on Plaza Miranda by the NPA. While
    he hid at home.

    These people are manipulators and opportunists. They are not heroes, as they claimed to be.

  35. Poppy Seed · ·

    We need a President that will change the constitution to include a ban on political dynasties and the reduction of term (from the highest to the lowest position) in office.

    Not going to happen unless you vote for the most qualified person. And FV is preaching collectivism, not individualism. 😀

    Go with the flow….PFFT!

  36. Poppy Seed · ·

    Tim Horton’s is not in, because it’s cheaper.
    Starbucks is better since it’s overpriced and cool. 😀
    Have you tried their biscotti? It’s amazing 😀

    See you in….
    ……Sorry, that’s not my line. Conyo will sue me. 🙂

  37. It’s sad that a lot of intellectual people here in Bacolod are slowly getting conscripted by the Yellow Army due to peer pressure and weak principles. Nowadays people here like to go with the flow because they think of realists as weird, corny and just plain different. They can’t stand the 2 words “GET REAL” because it will make them less popular. What ever happened to the TRUE Filipino mentality which faces bullets with fists? What happened to true bravery and rock hard principles of our real heroes? They have become the very thing our ancestors swore to destroy yet they insist on becoming like that. I do not believe the Philippine government is a Democracy. I used to believe it was until I realized it is only a puppet of the dictating media. What we have now are false patriots who continue to manipulate the people. What we NEED is an ANTI PINOY president who will not only change the constitution but also the mentality of the Filipinos and will never become a surrogate of the media.

  38. Poppy Seed,

    At least a child raised in a less backward culture will have a pretty good shot at self-improvement. Whether he conquers his identity crisis or not will depend on the strength of his character.

    But you are right about our Starbucks fascination—its not really about the coffee!

    See you at Starbucks 🙂

  39. It’s official. Cocoy did not publish my comment. Joe America, if you’re reading this, here’s proof of an unobjectionable comment that FV blocked just because it was of a fairly strong opposing opinion. You can check it out for yourself. Right now I see FV admin as complete wimps for feigning strength through an artificial scarcity of dissent.

    Thank God for AP.

  40. by anti pinoy i meant people like us here aside from me…

  41. UP n grad · ·

    Interesting about Kris Aquino and the CBCP. Has she been denied communion?

  42. nangandoy · ·

    Here’s a conspiracy theory that you might want to add to your cup of coffee:

    Don’t you think that LP’s real bet is Mar Roxas and that they would eventually maneuver him to office when the right time comes? When Roxas originally made his bid for the presidency, he was one of the cellar dwellers but now, he is the runaway leader for VP. Despite years of preparation, he readily gave in to popular demand to give way to the candidacy of Noynoy Aquino. In hindsight, it was actually a calculated move on his part masked by the so call “statesmanship”. In the end, because Noynoy Aquino will be inept, moves to impeach him might be in the offing and voila! Pres. Roxas.

  43. FilipinoVoices? HA!HA!HA!HA!HA! Laughing and Coughing out loud. Laughing harder here. FilipinoVoices is not a collective voice of Filipinos. It is the voice of a Cebuano who graduated in University of San Carlos, went to Chicago, put up a blog and wanted to run for elected office in Cebu. CAN NEVER HAPPEN.

    Why does he have to be in Chicago? To hone his english. Because Filipinos are still enamored of english speaking Filipino much more they vote for a candidate who speaks and write extremely goot english.

    WHAT KIND OF DISCRIMINATION IS THIS? English discrimination. THAT IS WHY I AM TOTALLY AGAINST PEOPLE WHO RIDICULE MY ENGLISH AND SPELLING.

    LOOKIT peryodistas. They write goot english but so boorish when they speak it. It is full of “aahs”. Filipinos still are captivated by it.

    NOT WHILE I AM HERE IN CEBU.

  44. wahahahaha…. it figures.

  45. Or he was more astute and read the winds correctly.

    Deferred his gratification and settled for the VP slot .

    Let’s say if Villar wins – and somewhere down the road, the LP impeaches him successfully, Roxas slides into the position.

  46. The CBCP is the modern version of the Sanhedrin. A bunch of pompous hypocrites.

  47. Renato Pacifico · ·

    HA!HA!HA!HA!HA! What is with communion anyways. Filipinos been receiving communion for the past 480 years AND GET BLAMED FOR WHAT IS AILING OUR PHILIPPINES. When the non-communion makes the Philippines goot, GOD CLAIMED THE CREDIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THOSE WHO WERE NOT GIVE COMMUNION.

    Well, It is all story. no basis in fact. PROBLEM IS FILIPINOS STILL BELIEVE IN THIS STORY. BAHALA NA KAJU JAN.

    HA!HA!HA!HA!HA!

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