Sagot sa Question to Dick Gordon Supporters

Si Gingineer Jojo may tanong para sa mga Dick Gordon SupportersRichard Gordon

I have here some questions to ask of your fave pet candidate, assuming he (Gordon) will not copy Noynoy’s pronounced Plans and Programs, if you can provide rational and categorical answers to them, I might change my position:
Sa kanyang pinangangalandakang programa for the “CHANGE IN MEN” “WALANG TAMAD, WALANG TANGA”:

1. Papaano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga biktima ng SOCIAL INJUSTICES [Mababang Pasahod, Contractualization of Labor, American Servicemen Abuses (c/o VFA), Proliferation of Illegal Drugs, Inefficient discharge of Justice System, Domestic Physical Abuses, etc.]

2. Papaano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga taong tinatawag na Kumakapit sa Patalim dahil walang tumatanggap na makapagtraho [i,e. Ex-convict, walang pinag-aralan (ayaw mag-aral dahil matanda na), may mga konting kapansanan]

3. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali mga tawong may nakagisnan at reliyosong tradisyun [pagpipiyesta sa kabila ng kahirapan, pagpaparami ng anak kahit di kayang tustusan ang pagpalaki at pagpa-aral, ang may mga pamahiin na counter-productive, etc.]

4. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga taong nagbebenta ng boto dahil may mga politikong namimili.

5. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugaling “Fatal Outlook” or “Ito ang Kapalaran Namin, Bahala na ang Diyos” at “Fast Money” kaya tumatatya sa karera, hueteng, Jai Alai, Swertres, Lotto at iba pa na sa halip paggagamitan sa mas mahalagang sinusugal o iyong tinatatawag ni Jet na Mendicancy, Doleouts tulad ng Wowowee, Eat Bulaga, etc.

6. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga Political Dynasty na inaangkin na ang kanikanilang Probinsya na kanilang local fiefdom.

7. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga SUGAPA sa BISYO [SUGAL, ALAK, BABAE,DRUGA, SIGARILLO,etc.]

8. Papaano niya ipapatupad ang National Discipline, mag MARTIAL LAW SIYA? Hindi nga ito nagawa ng Bagong Lipunan ni Marcos, si GORDON pa na wala nga siyang partido and mga kandidato para sa Senado at Kongreso?

9. Sino ang magpupush ng kanyang legislative Agenda dahil kailangan ng mga batas para mapatupad niya ang mga pagbabagong ito.

Marami pang mga Social Ills na nagiging sanhi ng mga negative ng mga Pinoy

HINDI NIYA ITO MAGAGAWA KAHIT HABANGBUHAY PA SIYANG PRESIDENTE UNLESS PATAYIN NIYA LAHAT NG MGA MATATANDA AT ITIRA ANG MGA BATA PARA MAITANIM ANG POSITIVE VALUES SA KANILANG MGA UTAK.

NANGANGARAP LANG NG GISING SI GORDON AT KAYO NAMAN PARA KAYONG MGA TUTA NA SUMISINGHOT SA PABANGO AT RHETORICS NI GORDON.

SIGE NGA SAGUTIN NINYO ITO KUNG PAPAANO NIYA GAWIN ITO PARA MANIWALA AKO AT IBOBOTO KO SIYA.
ITRANSFORM NIYA MUNA SARILI NIYA!!!

Since you asked, you will get your answer.

1. Papaano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga biktima ng SOCIAL INJUSTICES [Mababang Pasahod, Contractualization of Labor, American Servicemen Abuses (c/o VFA), Proliferation of Illegal Drugs, Inefficient discharge of Justice System, Domestic Physical Abuses, etc.]

Addressing “social injustice involves breaking down the “injustices” into logical chunks. The solutions will depend on the specific conditions. For example – low wages. You will need to ask, why are the wages low? What skill set is being brought to the table? Is it a skillset that is easily available in the market. Then perhaps, maybe you should reconsider your skills, get a new one, undergo retraining, there are lots of TESDA programs.

Contractualization of labor can be dealt with in a couple of ways – one opening up the economy to foreign companies that hire on the long term and pay better benefits and wages. These companies will attract and retain the best Filipino workers. A market-driven approach will be more effective than legislation. Another is to pass legislation that provides incentives and tax breaks for companies with more full-time employees.

On the matter of the VFA. Abuses are a two way-street. Inasmuch as we don’t want an abusive guest, we too must ensure that we are not abusive hosts who are just in it for the money. We cannot have the cake and eat, it too. We have to learn to collaborate, compete, negotiate, work as a team.

Proliferation of Illegal Drugs is driven by poverty. Provide a legal, sustainable source of revenue and you strike at the core of the problem. On the short term you ensure your law enforcement KPI scorecards are constantly updated and monitored. We can invest in complete visibility throughout the law enforcement chain.

All these have been addressed in Subic. And if you allow, can be done all over the Philippines.

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

2. Papaano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga taong tinatawag na Kumakapit sa Patalim dahil walang tumatanggap na makapagtraho [i,e. Ex-convict, walang pinag-aralan (ayaw mag-aral dahil matanda na), may mga konting kapansanan]

Boils down to education and skills training in providing for products and services needed in the global economy. The global market is an equal opportunity market which will buy your product regardless of age, gender, educational attainment, ethnicity, and political affilliation. Jobs – money, steady, and fair is a very strong motivator that can make people change.

Thu at 10:56am

Bagumbayan Party presidential bet Senator Richard J. Gordon today underscored that the government should intensify long term peace investments in Sulu and the whole Mindanao island to stop the war and ensure development in the region.

Gordon made the statement in the wake of reports that Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) commander Al Bader Parad and four others were killed in an encounter with the Philippine Marines in the mountains of Sulu.

“Sa palagay ko kaya nangyari yan dahil sa kakulangan ng governance. Kulang tayo ng gobyerno doon kaya ang mga tao napipilitang magdala ng baril at maging rebel. Dapat maiayos natin ang buhay doon para hindi na madagdagan ang mga ganyang tao na lumalabag sa batas,” he said.

“Magkaroon sana ng tunay na pagbabago sa Sulu. Dapat magkaroon sila ng kabuhayan, magkaroon ng pagkakataon na maging farmer at maibenta sa tamang halaga ang mga prutas nila, magkaroon ng wastong edukasyon ang mga anak nila at mabigyan ng mga ospital. Kapag nagawa ng gobyerno lahat ng mga yan, sa halip na maging rebelled, ang mga taong ito ay magiging mga mabubuting mamamayan,” he added.

Reports said Parad and four others were killed and three soldiers were wounded when Marines stormed the insurgent’s hideout in Mt. Pukay in Barangay Karawan, Maimbung, Sulu. The Marines were on patrol when they spotted the band of Parad.

Last year, Parad led an ASG band that seized and held hostage three officials of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Gordon called on the ASG to return to the fold of the law and participate in talks with the government to find lasting peace in Mindanao.

“Mas mabuting mag-usap kesa magbarilan. Ang kailangan natin ay mabuting pamamalakad ng pamahalaan na magbibigay ng oportunidad sa mga tao upang hindi sila mapilitang magbitbit ng armas at mgrebelde,” the Bagumbayan standard bearer said.

3. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali mga tawong may nakagisnan at reliyosong tradisyun [pagpipiyesta sa kabila ng kahirapan, pagpaparami ng anak kahit di kayang tustusan ang pagpalaki at pagpa-aral, ang may mga pamahiin na counter-productive, etc.]

Still boils down to education and awareness. People make choices that are good for them when fully informed of the choices and the implications of each choice.

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

4. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga taong nagbebenta ng boto dahil may mga politikong namimili.

Still boils down to education and awareness. People make choices that are good for them when fully informed of the choices and the implications of each choice.

Gordon goes around for voter education
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 at 11:56pm
By Edson C. Tandoc Jr.
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 20:31:00 02/23/2010

BALANGA, Bataan, Philippines —Sen. Richard Gordon said on Tuesday he has been going around provinces not only to campaign for his presidential bid but also to help educate voters. Several times he turned down requests for money.

Gordon said: “I don’t indulge them (people) in their childishness.”

He and his running mate Bayani Fernando went around six cities and towns in Pangasinan on Sunday and Monday where Gordon came across a few people who asked for money or who asked him to buy their products.

He replied to them: “If I give you money, I will steal from you. Do you want that?”

Instead, he gave P1,000 loans to at least two old women who lamented they had no capital to start even just a small business. Gordon had them sign a promissory note, saying they would have to pay P10 monthly for the loan.

Gordon said instead of giving dole-outs, he wanted to give people their dignity.

But Gordon said he was also pleased to learn that most voters have become discerning.

Speaking with Urdaneta City Mayor Amado Perez Jr. on Monday afternoon, Gordon said he noticed that “voters are now intelligent.”

He told Perez: “They watched television debates and told me that I did well in answering questions.”

Gordon and Fernando were in Bataan on Tuesday where they spoke at the Balanga and Dinalupihan campuses of the Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU).

Gordon said that in his brief conversations with residents, he felt that many of them were already angry.

He said: “The people are angry. They are tired of what is happening.”

Gordon said the national campaign should be a venue for political leaders to consult with their people and learn about their concerns.

Gordon said: “The Presidency is something that is earned. The more you campaign nationally, the better President you will become.”

He surprised students at the BPSU Banzon Tuesday morning when he asked one student who was reading a question from a sheet of paper to try to ask her question without reading her notes.

The student did and the crowd cheered her.

Gordon said he wanted to teach the students not to be afraid.

He also did not hide his disappointment when a few students asked questions whose answers, he said, were already in his opening speech.

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

5. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugaling “Fatal Outlook” or “Ito ang Kapalaran Namin, Bahala na ang Diyos” at “Fast Money” kaya tumatatya sa karera, hueteng, Jai Alai, Swertres, Lotto at iba pa na sa halip paggagamitan sa mas mahalagang sinusugal o iyong tinatatawag ni Jet na Mendicancy, Doleouts tulad ng Wowowee, Eat Bulaga, etc.

Still boils down to education and awareness. People make choices that are good for them when fully informed of the choices and the implications of each choice. Provide them new skills they can use in the new industries.

We can also open up media to foreign investments.

ANGELES CITY, Pampanga, Philippines—Lamenting that his “message” for the country has been underreported in the media, presidential candidate and Senator Richard Gordon said he was in favor of allowing foreign companies to own media outfits in the country.

Pushing to amend the Constitution, Gordon said that one of the amendments he would introduce would be relaxing the ban on foreign ownership of media companies.

He told the Philippine Daily Inquirer: “I would open up media for foreign participation so we will really have a competitive media.”

Told that national interests might be compromised in the daily reporting, Gordon replied: “It will still be Filipinos who will write the stories.”

He said having international media companies in the country would also result in “better paid journalists” to help weed out corruption in the industry, adding that one of the bad practices that should be eliminated was the “AC-DC culture.”

In journalism jargon, this term stands for “attack-collect, defend, collect,” a practice where some crooked journalists extort money to stop attacking or start defending a news source.

Gordon added: “Our current leaders don’t demand excellence. The media don’t demand excellence. We don’t really have a free press. Whoever has the money plays the tune. Maybe not all the media, but certainly we all notice this.”

Gordon and his running mate Bayani Fernando went around towns and cities in Pangasinan, Bataan, Pampanga and Nueva Ecija starting on Sunday until Wednesday.

But unlike in the out-of-town campaigns of the presidential candidates leading in recent surveys, no Manila-based reporter, except the Inquirer, covered the first three days of Gordon’s four-day campaign caravan in Central Luzon.

Gordon campaigned in public markets and universities. He and Fernando also had a motorcade in Pangasinan where they displayed the “Optimus Prime” truck Fernando had designed. They also spoke at the Holy Angel University in Angeles City Wednesday morning.

Sought to elaborate on their “message,” which he said had not been fully reported, Gordon said: “We want a better Philippines. We just don’t want to watch our neighbors and say they have overtaken us.”

He said: “If the message is delivered, more Filipinos will be able to address our problems by electing better leaders.”

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

6. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga Political Dynasty na inaangkin na ang kanikanilang Probinsya na kanilang local fiefdom.

It’s not the ugali of the Dynasty that needs to change – it’s the ugali of people who select dynasties. Which still boils down to education and providing them with more job opportunities other than those provided by the dynasties and their cronies.

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

7. Paano niya babaguhin ang ugali ng mga SUGAPA sa BISYO [SUGAL, ALAK, BABAE,DRUGA, SIGARILLO,etc.]

Trabaho ng DSWd yan. He can craft and operate programs that address said issues.

Gordon-Bayani 2010: May tungkulin ka. May tungkulin ang pamahalaan. Lahat tayo ay may pananagutan.

8. Papaano niya ipapatupad ang National Discipline, mag MARTIAL LAW SIYA? Hindi nga ito nagawa ng Bagong Lipunan ni Marcos, si GORDON pa na wala nga siyang partido and mga kandidato para sa Senado at Kongreso?

Not really. Gordon leads by example. If you need martial law to be disciplined doesn’t that say a lot about the Filipino? Other countries don’t need martial law to be disciplined, if they can do it, the Philippines can do it – are you saying you can’t do it?

9. Sino ang magpupush ng kanyang legislative Agenda dahil kailangan ng mga batas para mapatupad niya ang mga pagbabagong ito.

Definitely not someone like Noynoy, Mahirap na, three years, nine bills lang. Gordon has worked with the Senate, he was able to push the automation of the elections before – he can do it again (push an agenda).

Marami pang mga Social Ills na nagiging sanhi ng mga negative ng mga Pinoy

HINDI NIYA ITO MAGAGAWA KAHIT HABANGBUHAY PA SIYANG PRESIDENTE UNLESS PATAYIN NIYA LAHAT NG MGA MATATANDA AT ITIRA ANG MGA BATA PARA MAITANIM ANG POSITIVE VALUES SA KANILANG MGA UTAK.

NANGANGARAP LANG NG GISING SI GORDON AT KAYO NAMAN PARA KAYONG MGA TUTA NA SUMISINGHOT SA PABANGO AT RHETORICS NI GORDON.

Actually, Gordon already DID IT IN SUBIC. HOY GISING. PARA KANG ZOMBIE NI NOYNOY! TARLAC VERSUS SUBIC.

SIGE NGA SAGUTIN NINYO ITO KUNG PAPAANO NIYA GAWIN ITO PARA MANIWALA AKO AT IBOBOTO KO SIYA.
ITRANSFORM NIYA MUNA SARILI NIYA!!!

GINGINEER.. HOY GISING.. MATAGAL NG TRANSFORMED – Subic, Pinatubo, versus Tarlac.. Hello?????

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94 comments

  1. Ray Rodrgiguez · ·

    Kung nagdududa siya na magagawa ni Gordon yan, mas lalong magduda siya na magagawa ng ABNOY yan. Gordon has already proven himself to be capable of getting things done like in Olongapo, DOT, Red Cross.

    Kung si Francisco siguro ang nasalanta ng Subic at siya ang mayor hindi siya maniniwala na magkakaroon ng “CHANGE IN MAN” ang mga tao at hindi niya na rally ang mga volunteers para ma rebuild ang siyudad. Sisisihin niya lang ang “corruption” at gusto pabagsakin ang guberno (at Mount Pinatubo na rin).

    Mga katulad ng Jinjineer na yan ang dahilan ng di pag unlad ng Pilipinas.

  2. Ma Xianding · ·

    Those are totally doable by Gordon. However, when you turn the tables and ask How would noynoy do… x y z… same questions as Francisco asked. The answers will be laughable.

  3. Ma Xianding · ·

    O kaya papatayin muna nya lahat ng matatanda sa olongapo at ititira ang bata. Ano bang pagrarason meron yang Jojo na yan. Dabat ang J palitan ng B sa pangalan nyan.

  4. sana..bago man lng niya tinanong lahat ng question na yan ke Gordon..eh pinasagot muna niya sa amo niyang Idiot na kagaya niya! sariling buhay nga ng idolo niya..di maayos eh..Pilipinas pa kaya sa dami ng listahan ng mga di pwedeng magawa kuno ayon sa kanya..Matalino ka nga tsongki..pero mali ang sinasamahan mo BOBO!

  5. Talaga bang gingineer si gingineer jojo.. 😀

  6. nangandoy · ·

    To Gingineer Jojo:

    How ridiculous can you get… just shows how uninformed you really are and sadly, there are a lot like you over there on your side.

    Are you really throwing those questions on Gordon? You sound more like someone thinking out loud and questioning your own candidate. Copy Noynoy’s platform? What platform are you talking about? Those helter-skelter advocacy brouhaha? From where I’m standing, that’s all they’ve been talking about during their circus-like sorties.

    Your candidate doesn’t even have a decent track record to serve as a platform for his so called platform to begin with except perhaps the pedestals of his parents.

    Again, on copying Noynoy’s platform… Get real man! While Noynoy has just been reading his “kodigo” crafted by his party advisers, Gordon has already lived and has been living the reforms he is espousing right now and simply wants to share it to the rest of the country.

    Now here’s a simple question for you Gingineer Jojo, if Noynoy did not carry the Aquino surname and given only how he has been living his professional and personal life, would you really vote for him?

    I suggest that you stick to the argument that’s doing good for you and that is, “Noynoy is the front runner in the polls surveys because he is an Aquino period”.

    I beg you, don’t start talking about programs and platforms for your candidate doesn’t have the slightest clue on how he will implement what he is talking about. And if he does win (just thinking about it really makes me sick), I dare you to visit your FB fan page (which I hope you do not shut down once reality kicks in) six years from now and let’s see who has made a mockery of whom.

    On his commitment: He can’t even commit to his girlfriend or to stop smoking. Come to think of it, he must have misinterpreted the letter of his father, which could have simply meant that since he is the only son, he should continue the Aquino surname by ensuring to have a son too. Isn’t that a more logical wish from a father to a son instead of some grand scheme of leading this country to greatness?

    By the way, his commitment to stop smoking if he wins is so pathetic. Why? Does he really think that his situation or the pressure he is experiencing during the campaign trail will end if ever he becomes president? I don’t think so coz it gets worse (Only goes to show how clueless he is on what he is getting himself into)? So on his promise to stop smoking… FORGET IT!

    The rest of your questions, I believe, were addressed by Bong more than what they are really worth.

  7. Ma Xianding · ·

    Ang gagaling ng mga sagot ni BongV. Spot on!

  8. yeah gordon is the best bet for this year, kilala ko si gordon pag sinabi nya at alam nyang labag sa batas kahit ano ka pa sa kulungan ang bagsak mo.. malaki ang galit nyan sa mga taong abusado, magnanakaw nanglalamang sa kapwa at sa mga tamad…how do i know him? i was born in olongapo and im a gordon loyalist…hehehehe…subok na namin yan ..

  9. rafterman · ·

    Right on Marissa! Please help in spreading this website to all you know. It will be a help to Gordon, no matter how small (for now).

  10. wow, they are ready with issued to ask other candidates… nasubukan kaya nila tanungin candidate nila…

    To Gingeneer: why do you need to use an alias? Please visit Gordon’s page in FB… Gordon answers questions there, when time permits… I would encourage you to use your real name. AND I DARE YOU TO POST ALL YOUR QUESTIONS IN YOUR CANDIDATE’S PAGE, ADDRESS IT TO YOUR CANDIDATE… I will give it an hour or 2, YOU WILL BE BLOCKED.

  11. di po kaya tinanong yan sa mga Noynoy.. wala silang masagot kaya binato ke Gordon.. Copy paste? Bka copy paste nila mga sagot sa tanong nila… Bka pressured na sila di nila masagot… Alam nila sa Gordon may mga mabibigay na makabuluhang sagot….

  12. Silver Bullet · ·

    So how about Noynoy?

  13. Looks like the questions are thrown at Gordon supporters. Since nababato lagi si Abnoy (and fantards) ng mga criticisms about platforms, vision / mission, and track records, they want to do the same with Gordon and his supporters. Yun nga lang, hindi lang naman basta basta naging “supporters” ang mga supporters ni Gordon; they know most of his plans and records about what to do for the country.

    Typical pinoy tong si gingineer, ayaw lang talaga baguhin ang sarili at umaasa lang sa “hindi ako magnanakaw, pramis” act ni abnoy

  14. Hindi ako napipikon sa mga Pinoy na matagal ng nakatira sa ibang bansa kapag nilalait nila ang isang politiko tulad ni Gordon. Una, dahil karapatan nyang tanungin ang kakayahan ng isang kandidato tulad ni Gordon. Pangalawa, dahil yun ang kanyang paniniwala.

    Ang nakakapikon lang, ang sumulat ng artikulong yan ay nagmamagaling! Bakit hindi mo ipasagot sa lahat ng kandidato ang katanungan mong yan. Tingnan natin kasama si Gordon ang maisasagot nila. Wag pangunahan kung wala naman sapat na ebidensya. Ang mahirap kasi sa atin, hindi porket nakatira ka sa ibang bansa akala mo alam mo na ang lahat ng nangyayari sa bansa natin. Take note, wala ka nga dito sa bansa natin tapos ang kapal ng mukha mong magsulat ng mga artikulo na tulad nito.

    Isa pa, kahit pa ano ang narating mo at tinapos mo sana lang magpakumbaba at matuto tayong magsulat ng maganda tungkol sa bansa natin. Sa aking pagkakaalam, wala kang isinulat na kahit isang magandang artikulo sa bansa natin at sa mga tao dito sa Pinas. Puro panlalait na lang. Porke nasa ibang bansa. Yun naman pala sosyalin ka na pala.

    Ang mahirap kasi puro tenga ang ginagamit para makapagsulat lang ng walang sapat na ebidensya. Puro satsat at dunong dunungan ang alam para makapanglait lamang. Ikaw ba me nagawa sa Pinas ha? Forget about the tax na binibigay mo bilang OFW, ano pang nagawa mo sa Pinas?

    Para sa akin wala ng iba pang kandidato bukod kay Gordon ang makakagawa ng maganda sa Pinas. Wag nating laitin ang nagawa nya sa Subic. Ang sabi ng iba, ang liit ng Subic kumpara sa ibang bansa. Hmmm idea ang pinag uusapan at kakayahan at wala sa laki o liit ng nasasakupang bayan yan. Ang daming nagawa ni Gordon sa Subic, pati hanapbuhay doon at mga negosyo napalago nya. Naging disiplado ang mga tao sa kanyan pamumuno. Natatandaan ko pa ng bumisita kami sa Subic, aba e mangha ang mga taga Manila sa disiplina ng mga tao doon sa batas trapiko ha! Ibig sabihin ang kaayusan ng isang bayan ay isang repleksyon sa namumuno nito.

    Pagadating sa mga debate sa mga panahon ngayon, sino ba ang nakakasagot ng maayos at pinapalakpakan? Sino ang may kabuluhang sumagot sa mga debateng yan? Alam ng taong bayan yan. We support Gordon and we condemn anti-gordon!

    Yun lang!

  15. Rodney Soria · ·

    Kung napakahusay ng Gordon mo eh bakit kulelat yan sa survey? Bakti hindi niya nilabanan si GMA gaya ng ginawa ni Noynoy? Sayang lang ang boto mo diyaan iho/iha. Mag isip isip ka. Gusto mo ba na manalo si Villar? Doon ka na sa kandidatong hindi magnanakaw at may legacy na pinangangalagaan! Huwag kang mangmang!

    Noynoy! Tanggalin ang tiwali, itama ang mali!

  16. Rodney Soria · ·

    Ows talaga? Eh paano kayo naging supporters ni Gordon? Nauto ng matamis na dila niya? Doon na ako sa hindi magnanakaw at may pinangangalagaang reputasyon ng magulang.

  17. Rodney Soria · ·

    Eh bakit do mo sagutin yan ha ineng?

  18. Rodney Soria · ·

    Paano naging best bet si Gordon aber? Malinis ba record nyan?

  19. He fought for GMA? Did he not vote against the playing of the Hello Garci tapes when an overwhelming majority voted for it? As far as I know, Cory and Noynoy were pro-GMA, until they dropped their support from GMA after GMA was planning to give away the Hacienda Luisita to the farmers (not sure, check link below for more information).

    http://www.gmanews.tv/story/183662/after-luisita-massacre-more-killings-linked-to-protest

  20. Di magnanakaw? Then why is he one of the biggest spenders in the Senate when he barely did anything?

  21. You clearly haven’t heard of the rampant corruption during Cory’s administration. As far as I know, mas naging malala ang korapsyon noong panahon ni Cory kumpara sa panahon ni Marcos. (hint hint: Kamag-anak, Inc.)

  22. Excuse me? How sure are you na hindi magnanakaw si noy mo? Porket anak ng mga mga aquino ganun ba? Wag daanin sa popularidad at surveys ang iboboto. Mag isip isip ka. Gamitin ang utak at itapon na ang maling paniniwala. Sige iboto mo ang taong akala mo magaling at hindi magnanakaw. Paano nya sisimulan ang pamamahala sa bansa natin kung walang alam sa batas? Mangangapa ganun ba? O sige kapain mo din ang kinabukasan mo!

    The Arch agree ako dyan. Playing safe lang talaga yang si Noy.

  23. Rodney Soria · ·

    Bakit, may scandal na ba na kinabibilangan si Noy? Ikaw ang gumamit ng utak. Yang iboboto mong si Gordon mas popular pa si Erap diyan sa mga surveys. Ano ka talunan? Ibobot mo isang talunan? Katawa tawa ka naman Grazel. Paano siya walang alam sa batas? graduate siya ng Ateneo at dapat may utak ka para maka graduate ng Ateneo.

  24. Rodney wag daanin sa popularidad e TRAPO na yang istilong yan. Paanong talunan? Si Noy mo graduate ng Ateneo, Economics natapos, Si Gordon Ateneo din at History and Government natapos AT University of the Philippines bilang isang abogado. Past work experience ni Noy, assistant sa Mondradon at Nike at eto sosyal, vice pres ng isang security agency take note, ng uncle nya lols.

    Research ka muna dung puro ka satsat!

  25. Rodney Soria · ·

    So nasaan ang Gordon mo noong NBN-ZTE deal at bat di niya nilabanan si Gloria? Hanggang Subic lang siya at maliit na siyudad lang yun, buong bansa na pinag uusapan dito. What we need is the likes of Noy who can unite the country. Ang alaala ni Ninoy at Cory ang magiging gabay niya para itama ang mga mali at labanan ang corruption. Ikaw ang puro satsat.

  26. Rodney Soria · ·

    Eto nanaman ang number of bills daw. Marami nang batas ang Pilipinas. He used his position as senator to fiscalize or check the spending to make sure there is no corruption.

  27. Unite the country – 56% of Filipinos don’t like Noynoy.. hello.

  28. Walang scandal.. at walang nagawa.. kundi maglustay ng pera… 9 bills in 3 years.. difference between noynoy and ghost employee is that noynoy is called Senator…

  29. ZTE-NBN is a matter of evidence. You ask where was Gordon in ZTE-NBN? He was working in the Senate of course.

    How about you? What was Noynoy doing on the day farmers died in Hacienda Luisita?

    You know what he was doing at the height of Ondoy? He and Estrada were discussing how to unite the opposition – AT THE HEIGHT OF ONDOY… WHILE PEOPLE ARE AT THEIR WITS END.

  30. Anong hindi magnanakaw, 3 taon, siyam na batas lang – tapos todo gastos ng pork barrel – milyones – ikaw yata ang nauto kabayan.

  31. Ibong Galit · ·

    Paano nga ba pag-iisahin ni Noynoy ang bansa?

    Kung ang magiging gabay nya ay yung itinakbo ng panahon ni Cory, masaya ka ba noong panahon ni Cory? Nawalan ba ng mga magnanakaw noong panahon ni Cory? Nagka-disiplina ba ang Pilipino na sundin ang naa-ayon sa batas sa ilalim ng pamumuno ni Cory?

  32. Eh kung ang mga batas ng pilipinas eh tulad ng tarlac day – talagang walang kwenta.

    kung yung tiping election automation – aba’y si gordon ang author nyan. ba’t di namanugkahi ni noynoy yun?

    fiscalizer? really? how many cased did he “fiscalize”? how much money did he exactly save with his “fiscalizing” – if you cannot give an amount – that means noynoy has been wasting taxpayers money, panay dada, panay tanggap ng sweldo, wala namang maipakitang savings… SAAN… SAAN… MAGKANO…. ??????

  33. Arquenevis · ·

    For everyone’s information this comment came from

    http://noypi-ako.com/noynoy-aquino-is-the-most-competent-and-credible-candidate-to-be-the-next-president-of-the-philippines/

    I have debated on Noynoy’s Service Record at http://noypi-ako.com/noynoys-service-record/ and most of the answers are nonsensical and the people here are not gentlemanly.

    I believe that these people deserve more debaters to show their inconsistencies. Too many non sequiturs, lack of substance and motherhood statements.

  34. Ray Rodriguez · ·

    Direct them to this site. Let them debate with us here. Post the link to this article to those websites.

  35. Ray Rodriguez · ·

    Ang gagaling ng sagot ni BONGV! Impossible for the Abnoy followers to refute. Purol naman ng utak ng Jinjineer na yan. Barado tuloy wawa naman.

  36. Arque:

    Check out this posts :

    http://antipinoy.com/credibility-walking-the-talk/

    http://antipinoy.com/?s=credibility&x=7&y=13

    http://antipinoy.com/?s=PLATFORM&x=0&y=0

    you’ll have all the answers you need to rebut all the noynoy crap. we’ve seen them all. rebutted them all

    feel free to Copy-and paste and provide the link

  37. Rodney,

    Talunan ka kung ang iboboto mo ay ang isang tamad na tulad ni noynoy or ang isang bopol na tulad ni erap.
    Kung ang batayan mo ay graduate siya ng Ateneo – abay’ si Gordon ay graduate ng Ateneo… AT Univ of the Philippines..
    kung surveys ang batayan mo… ba’t di mo na lang iboto si Sharon Cuneta?

  38. YellowSpy Bulletin
    Noynoy for president? Get a load of this
    Written by Butch del Castillo / Omerta
    Friday, 09 October 2009 03:10

    Somebody casually asked me the other evening who I thought should be the next president. I said it was way too early to decide who would be getting my vote. “But,” I quickly added, “this early, I’m absolutely sure it wouldn’t be Noynoy Aquino.”

    It’s the same answer I had given to others wondering where my politics lies. It is a sort of template reply that is a not-too-subtle warning that if you’re Aquino-inclined, don’t waste your time trying to convert me to your way of thinking.

    The “somebody” I was talking to was Cecilio T. Arillo, who was senior defense reporter of the old Manila Times in pre-martial law days when I joined that paper as a cub. I had momentarily forgotten that Arillo was the author of that well-documented book on the excesses of the Aquino presidency entitled Greed and Betrayal. And so, when he gave me a high-five for my answer (as if I had won a quiz-show prize), he said, as if putting me in his league, “that makes two of us.”

    Cecil Arillo and I go a long way back. He was the senior defense reporter of the old Manila Times (the one Marcos had padlocked upon declaring martial law) when I joined the staff as a business reporter. Since our dislocation in 1972, he took on various writing jobs and took up advanced studies at the International Academy of Management and Economics, where he earned his doctorate in management. He now likes to be called “Professor” or “Doctor”, with a slight partiality to the latter title. (To his old buddies in the newspapering game, however, he will always be plain old Cecil, who somehow couldn’t shake off the thick Waray accent endemic among natives of Catarman, Northern Samar.)

    My reasons for rejecting outright Noynoy Aquino’s bid for the presidency of the land are neither whimsical nor personal. In the first place, he doesn’t think, act and speak like a leader, or one who would do Filipinos proud when he takes center stage before an international gathering of eagles. Sometimes, he looks and acts even silly. Besides, he has got nothing going for him by way of an academic or legislative track record that would suggest he may be ready to take on the nation’s toughest, most thankless job. His acceptance speech after his acclamation by the Liberal Party was a big disappointment. He was reading from a prepared statement, and he couldn’t even read it without stumbling. It became obvious to many then that here was a man who would be president but couldn’t think on his feet. That speech left many people wondering if Sen. Mar Roxas hadn’t made a colossal blunder by yielding the standard- bearer’s slot to Aquino.

    I also believe it is ridiculous to assume that—granting his late mother, Cory Aquino, was an icon of democracy and his father, Ninoy Aquino, was a martyred saint—Noynoy would surely prove to be a good president and not as rapacious as the presidents who served before him. This is no different from the medieval assumption that kings deserved to be kings by virtue of their royal lineage. Monarchies have long been discredited because history has shown that in many instances, it produced all kinds of unsavory and unworthy leaders, including sadists, hedonists, megalomaniacs and idiots (from too much inbreeding, I guess, to keep the wealth and power in the family). The question is, what Royal Right are the Aquinos and their supporters invoking in the case of Noynoy Aquino?

    My objections to Noynoy’s presidential bid pale in comparison to those posed by Professor Arillo. Mine are too subjective, and—I’m forced to admit—shallower. Most of Arillo’s objections seek to dispel the popular assumption that the late Cory Aquino was a good president and that she brought to this nation a world of good. In discussing those objections, however, we may be treading on dangerous ethical grounds because journalists are warned never to try “to blacken the memory of one who is dead.” But hey, the very fate of this nation is at stake here. We shall quote some of Arillo’s thoughts on this—most of them alluding to passages of the well-documented book that was published long before the late president’s death, and to which she and her family had ample time to dispute and refute.

    In sum, Arillo is saying that we should not be carried away by the myth that the presidency of Cory Aquino was the best thing that ever happened to this country. Some of his research findings:

    · In her elegantly crafted and deeply moving inaugural speech at the Club Filipino (written by Teddy Boy Locsin on the backside of a Cory-Doy Laurel campaign leaflet), Cory intoned: “Beloved brothers and sisters, it is fitting that, if the rights and liberties of our people were taken away at midnight 14 years ago, the people should recover those rights and liberties in full daylight…Through the power of the people, we are home again. And now I would like to appeal to everybody to work for national reconciliation, which is what Ninoy came home for….” After that, she announced to the nation and the world that she would restore unity, genuine reconciliation, democratic space; that she would not file charges against Marcos, that she would not reside in the palace (“because in these difficult times, it is not proper to live in extravagance”); and that she would be “the opposite of Marcos.” At the Thanksgiving Mass a week after her oath-taking, she also said, among other things: “No one will be exempted from my uncompromising pledge never to tolerate graft and corruption, nepotism, abuse of power, extravagance, incompetence and human-rights violations of the basic freedom of speech, assembly, thought and non-violent action….” What the people witnessed instead was just a duplication of the strongman rule of Marcos and an era of corruption, plunder, hatred, vindictiveness and disunity that lasted well beyond her term.

    In many instances, President Aquino may have been worse than Marcos. She also ruled by decree (by virtue of a revolutionary government that was suddenly in place), abolished the 1973 Constitution, violated human rights and betrayed the Filipino people.

    · Before the end of 1991, the Aquino government strangely assumed all the P194-billion liabilities incurred by Marcos in 20 years and effectively dumped them on the shoulders of 76 million Filipinos. Instead of making them the beneficiaries of all the wealth Marcos had purloined, each Filipino ended up with a liability of P2,421…. Not only that, through her action or inaction, she violated her own Constitution because 419 counts of the total assumed liabilities valued at P147 billion—including 130 fraudulent behest loans granted to Marcos cronies—were in fact the objects of massive recovery efforts launched by an agency of her creation, the Presidential Commission on Good Government. Official government records showed that Marcos spent P448 billion in 20 years. Aquino disbursed almost P1.65 trillion in only six years and four months. Aquino built a complex of overpasses in Metro Manila that only constricted some of the major arteries. Marcos constructed a network of roads, bridges and public buildings that many people use and enjoy to this day.

    · It took a revolution to oust Marcos. There was none in the case of Mrs. Aquino, but her regime left a paper trail that revealed its own scandals and corruption. Remember the “Rela-thieves” and “Kamag-anaks, Inc” exposed by Doy Laurel , then her own vice president? In sum, the key complaints by the citizenry against profligacy, favoritism, vindictiveness, cronyism, dynastic rule, a deteriorating economy and incompetence—all these were soon piling up at her doorsteps.

    · When President Aquino addressed the US Congress in 1986, she missed a historic opportunity to ask the US government to write off the $26.3-billion indebtedness that the Marcos regime had bequeathed to her administration. Other similarly distressed countries such as Poland and Egypt had asked for, and were granted, a write-off. At that precise moment, the US Congress had accorded her the highest respect and gave her one of the longest standing ovations a foreign head of state ever got for her role in the People Power revolution. What she did was turn her back on the people and pledged instead to honor the debts, including the ones that were fraudulently obtained by Marcos. At that time, the US was, and still is, the most influential member of the Internatioal Monetary Fund-World Bank with the largest voting power in the international financing body.

    · Arillo’s book details a litany of sins of governance that the Aquino revolutionary government had committed. In her time, President Aquino repeatedly boasted that she had at least restored democracy. This is true, if you are referring to the establishment of the usual tripartite framework of a presidential system. But her claims have to be examined against the actual facts. For instance, Freedom in the World’s 1992 survey on political rights and civil liberties had classified Papua New Guinea and, to a lesser extent, the Philippines, “as the only examples of illiberal democracy in Asia.” An illiberal democracy is a country that has become predatory, maintaining some kind of order but also killing, arresting and incarcerating political opponents; muzzling dissent; corrupt; and controlling the media.

    When Cory Aquino, the housewife, was catapulted to the presidency, the people were fully prepared to give her the benefit of the doubt on the widespread fear that she might prove to be incompetent. But because a regime of vindictiveness had come to prevail, she threw out all the worthwhile infrastructure and economic programs of Marcos and branded them all as the handiwork of the devil. She mothballed the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, for example. She ended her term with the economy a shambles, and Metro Manila’s households suffering long power outages on a daily basis.

    Many people were disillusioned and were soon heard saying, “Sus! May demokrasya nga, wala namang kuryente! Bwisit!”

    To the supporters of Noynoy, I can only say Mar Roxas shouldn’t have surrendered so quickly.

    Omerta_bdc@yahoo.com

  39. This article is deficient of FACTS. That Noynoy supporter should research more. Period. 🙂

  40. Arquenevis · ·

    I actually stopped debating with them a few months ago after they were driven to somehow accept the fact that Mr. Aquino has done so horribly little in his 12 years of service. People on that site cannot define “accomplishment”. But now they want to believe that Noynoy’s character and goodness will simply be enough to make the world better.

    With Mr. Aquino beginning to act childish and immature (Telling Gordon that he is a tailender and therefore he should not answer his question regarding his (lack of) accomplishments) in presidential debates and failing to push for a more mature electorate (see Yellow celebrities marching with torches? A vice presidential candidate in a tricycle? A sentoriables list of leftists and communists?) and his inability to stay consistent with his pronouncements, people should now start questioning Noynoy’s character.

    Some Aquino supporters believe that competence is unimportant compared to one’s integrity. Integrity is very important indeed but why settle for Noynoy? There is nothing good about a person who does not do his job at all and come home with a salary. Sloth is a capital sin. In a country where people starve daily incompetence should be a crime.

    Once you remove that veil of perceived Aquino “goodness” and point out the correlation between hard work and doing one’s job as a major part of someone’s morality and integrity, the Aquino bandwagon should come crashing down.

  41. Hahaha agree agree! Rodney baka di ka pa buhay nung panahon ni Cory hay buhay ang mga taong mangmang nagpapaloko sa anghel na me dalawang sungay! Baka di mo alam ang buhay nung panahon ni Cory.

  42. Ray Rodriguez · ·

    Then this is the site you should go to. The authors here are very rational and make a lot of sense. Kaya nga nakaka adik ang site na ito eh. If you want, just put a link in those other sites to Antipinoy.com para dito natin sila debatehin. I for one don’t want to go to those Pro-Noynoy or Pinoy Culture sites kasi santambak na basura lang naman ang andun eh.

  43. “Eto nanaman ang number of bills daw. Marami nang batas ang Pilipinas.”

    Ohs? Eh kulang pa rin tayo sa ibang areas, like Internet ethics and intellectual property. At kung ang rason is maraming batas ang hindi tinutupad, kulang sa enporsment, eh Aquino may dahilan yan eh. Sabi sa batas ibigay na nila ang hacienda sa mga farmers, ayaw pa rin. Mga bwakaw sila.

    ” He used his position as senator to fiscalize or check the spending to make sure there is no corruption.”

    Eh function pala ng kahit anong senator mag-fiscalize (ano yan? pukpokize the nail? loanize the money?). Kung ganun, hindi special yan, lahat ng senator gumagawa yan. Saka ano talaga ang fiscalizing… pang-harang sa project ng iba? Eh di sabotage. Kung magaling si Noynoy diyan, eh di ginagawa lang niya ng minimum lang sa trabaho ng senator, wala talagang magandang achievements, at kaya hindi puedeng ipagmayabang ang pagiging fiscalizer. Parang sinabing janitor ang isang tao, tapos sinabing ang galing niya dahil naglilinis siya. E natural, janitor yun eh!

    You are one of the deceived, Mr. Soria. Better snap out of it.

  44. Ma Xianding · ·

    ITO ANG SAGOT NIYA…. (You don’t need to go to his site because I am pasting it here)….
    DITO natin sagutin ito… what can you say guys?

    “I’m Going to Vote for Dick Gordon As a Matter of Principle (and I will crucify you on Facebook if you dare contest this).”

    “Principles” are okay when you’re still in college. In college, everything is still theory. They give you as many chances as you need to get the answers right. But when you’re out in the real world, you need an equal mix of idealism and pragmatism; otherwise, you’re just a groupie playing dress-up in your parents’ ’60s hippie clothes and lip-synching to their generation’s ideologies. It’s great to practice contemporary methods of resistance and social action by exchanging witty aphorisms about the status quo on Facebook notes—hey, better than apathy any day—but you have NO RIGHT to practice combative and militant politics if you’re too lazy and selfish to turn off your computer and take off your iPod and get out of your house to find out if your “principles” would make this country healthier or sicker. You want Yes/No answers and you want it in black and white, but every issue has gray areas. They don’t teach us about gray areas in school, do they? Now look where we’re at.

    Based on COMELEC statistics, 85% of the registered voters in the Philippines belong to the Class D and E socio-economic groups. Do you think the people in the slums of Tondo or Quiapo give a shit about “principle” when GSIS pension is less than PhP4,000 and taxes take away PhP12 out of every PhP100 that a senior citizen spends? When pan de sal costs PhP0.50 more because sugar has become gourmet? When Ondoy and Pepeng and Haiti and Chile and AIDS and dengue and (headaches ad infinitum)? Before you can get these people interested in the word “principle,” you need to make them trust this government again. They need solutions, and quickly—and they will take what they can get RIGHT HERE and RIGHT NOW.

    Your overeducated head and bleeding heart will hurt us all. 85% of the voters are never going to read a word of your Dick Gordon campaigns (the majority of which are cheap shots at Noynoy Aquino), because internet cafés charge PhP20/hour. You can use guerrilla tactics to shove your principles down people’s throats, but #3 on the surveys is Erap, not Dick Gordon. You’re just a tiny college-educated fish in this swamp, your mouth opening and closing soundlessly. Maybe you can convince the intellectual 15% to say “Screw it, let’s vote for Gordon because he’s an achiever.” But the other 85% is going to vote for Villar OR Aquino, like it or not, because mob mentality believes in surveys.

    Put those principles aside and look at things from a clearer-eyed perspective: two months is not enough time to educate a proletariat about principles. With Pinoy elections, it’s “winnability” over qualifications… and you’re mad if you think you can undo that culture in two months. Don’t forget that these are the same people who put Erap in Malacañang.

    The clear and present danger is Manny Villar.

    Erap is the wild card.

    So, PLEASE. For the love of God. DON’T. SPLIT. THE. VOTE.

    “Put more emphasis on expediency than on principle.” —W.H. Jones

  45. Okay, one sample? Eto

    http://antipinoy.com/gordon-vs-aquino-on-mindanao/

    Compare your Abnoy’s solution to Mindanao crisis as to Gordon’s. Tell me which one makes sense, has the clearer plan and is more passionate about Mindano.

    Another:

    http://antipinoy.com/who-is-the-14th-senates-number-1-slacker/

    In a hindsight comparison between your Abnoy, Villar’s and Gordon’s performance in the senate, which do you think has the proven, sensible and successful bills?

    Don’t give me that crap about “may pinangangalagaang reputasyon ng magulang.” Noynoy is not Ninoy and Noynoy is not Cory, in the same way as Bongbong is not Mackoy, Gloria is not Diosdado, etc. What about his sister, Kris? Dba anak din cya ng mga bayani, yet she proclaims her wild sex life and her blatant show of self-centeredness on national TV?

    What’s not to vote about Gordon? POOR SURVEY RESULT? Oh come on, give us more than 5 – 10 reasons why not to vote Gordon. Strict? kaya madami di sumusunod ng batas e. Emotional? Dba si Noynoy emotional din?

    Come on, other than “anak siya ni Noynoy at Cory” , give us more plausible reason to vote Noynoy rather than Gordon.

    Don’t tell me..

    “Ah basta, Noynoy ako!”

    Lol

  46. Nasan si Gordon nung ZTE?? Nakow, di ka ata nagbabasa ng balita

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view/20091110-235429/Senate-body-calls-for-Arroyo-impeachment-over-ZTE

    Kahit si Jun Lozada inimplicate nya kahit star witness ng scandal.

  47. Ma Xianding · ·

    Basta ang sa akin, it ain’t over till it’s over. The election is still 2 months away. There are many things that can happen in 2 months.

  48. hindi malinis record ni Gordon…kasi nakalista sa record niya ang mga NAGAWA niya “talaga”…si noynoy malinis record….as in MALINIS talaga….hehe

  49. alfredo buendia · ·

    t@n6 !n@! kung manalo si abnoy at ang boto niya ay more than 50% sa mga botante, may maganda at kongkretong rason na ako na ikahihiya ang pilipino at umalis ng bansa!

  50. @ Rodney tingnan mo ang mga tao dito all against you dahil mangmang ka at nagbubulaglagan! bakit mo nga naman isasama sa ZTE si Gordon kung di ka pala tanga di ka nagbabasa ng balita hahaha. Yan ang gusto kong ituwid, yang tulad mong bobo walang alam sa pulitika nagmamarunong at nagpapauto!

    Tapos anong unite pinagsasabi mo? Yung nanay nya maari pa pero sya walang wenta. Think of this, HINDI TATAKBO SI NOYNOY KUNG WALANG PUMILIT AT TOTOONG NAPILITAN LANG SIYA. ANDUN NA ANG PRESSURE E DI PAGBIGYAN ANG NAGPIPILIT NA TUMAKBO SIYA! KAHIHIYAN SA ANGKAN NYA ANG UMATRAS PA SIYA!

    SUCH A LOSER. I PITY YOU RODNEY.

  51. gordon walk his talk. noynoy talk his talk. pag sinabi ni gordon eto ginawa ko sa olongapo. makikita mo yun nga ang ginawa. eh kay noy? eto po ang ginawa ng magulang ko. in a pcij report, gordon had the most detailed SALN. kala ko ba wala tinatago si noy, bakit hindi siya ang lumabas na pinaka detailed ang SALN. sa noy supporter ang SALN nga pala ay Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth.

  52. Hayan binabawi na ni NOYNOY ang sinabi nya sa makati businessmen na walang tax, ngayon dapat may tax. Halow halow di pa nga nakakaupo ang gulo na ng isip! Paano pa kaya pag actual na? Yan na nga ba sinasabi ko eh, ginagawang praktisan ang Pilipinas kaya kawawang mga Pinoy!

  53. what’s next? “susubukan ko hindi magnakaw?” ano ba yan walang paninindigan si noy.

  54. you vote on the basis of who is the best candidate – NOT on who is winnable. egghead.

    your focus on winnability – will hurt us all.

    i don’t want to cast my vote for an incompetent and a slacker.

    Noynoy is a slacker and incompetent.

    I am not voting for Noynoy – never have, never will, anyone but noynoy. PERIOD

  55. Don’t split the vote daw… all because takot sa isang kandidato. Wala nang prinsipyo yang ganyan, puro tsismis sa tao lang pinaguusapan. Politics of personality really turns people dumb.

    For some reason, I got the idea Noynoy is chosen by people who don’t know who to pick. And don’t know how (follow their gut? hehe).

  56. Sagot sa “Sagot sa Question to Dick Gordon Supporters:”

    AH BASTA, KAY NINOY AKO! LABAN NA TAPAT, LABAN NG LAHAT!

    Bwiset. Gagawa na ako ng balangay, at tatambay sa Sabah.

  57. I received this comment a few minutes ago: “and i might say sheâ��s a hypocrite. LOL. she may be saying a few good points, but generally she speaks like Filipino blood is not running through her veins.”Au contraire. Dugong Pilipino ito. I have always been FOR the Pinoy. Hypocrisy is when you profess to have the best interests of this country at heart, but you write obnoxious articles to flaunt your expensive college educations and harangue other Filipinos who donâ��t know any better because they went to school on the outskirts of the city. If your primary goal is to educate the Filipino, to stamp out obsolete voting mentalities and espouse critical thinking, do it the right way. You know what the right way is. Itâ��s NOT to call the voters names like â��Gingineerâ�� or to call candidates names like â��Abnoyâ�� and â��Ngoyngoyâ�� and stain Cory Aquinoâ��s legacy (Oo, legacy pa rin kahit walang kuryente. Ibinalik ang demokrasya! Magpasalamat ka. Donâ��t be a fascist and claim you would have preferred the alternative: a Soviet Union under Stalin) by discrediting the sweat, blood and tears she invested in the restoration of this democracy. Disgusting. If cyberspace were a court of law, you would be held in contempt and thrown out on your ass. Fight fair, and for Godâ��s sake, agree to disagree. How can you expect your counterparts to listen to your arguments when you punctuate every sentence with low blows? Subconsciously, you donâ��t really want them to listen; you just want to drag them through the muck for refusing to share your perspective.Think about it. Youâ��ve made a good case for Dick Gordon. No question about the veracity of your facts: Dick Gordon could turn the Philippines into Subic. But how is he going to do that without the support of the majority?Change tactics. Youâ��re in the middle of a collective back-patting session while the rest of the country is in chaos.

  58. Hypocrisy is when you profess to have the best interests of this country at heart, but you write obnoxious articles to flaunt your expensive college educations and harangue other Filipinos who don’t know any better because they went to school on the outskirts of the city.

    Sounds like what you do on your blog. Hypocrisy indeed.

    Agree to disagree? Haha. Change tactic will you? Spamming is so last Tuesday.

  59. Ma Xianding · ·

    Haha. Yeah they obviously just want visits to their blog from this site. I say leave them alone. Mas masaya dito sa Antipinoy.

  60. I received this comment a few minutes ago: “and i might say she’s a hypocrite. LOL. she may be saying a few good points, but generally she speaks like Filipino blood is not running through her veins.”

    no such thing as “Filipino” blood – inasmuch as there is no such thing as “Filipino” race. the human genome project has refuted the notion of “race” beyond refutable doubt.

    the belief in a “Filipino” race – is frankly, racist.

    Au contraire. Dugong Pilipino ito. I have always been FOR the Pinoy.

    Hypocrisy is when you profess to have the best interests of this country at heart, but you write obnoxious articles to flaunt your expensive college educations and harangue other Filipinos who don’t know any better because they went to school on the outskirts of the city.

    How can you be for FOR the Pinoy, when you tolerate stupid behavior. It PANDERS to the Pinoy, but is it for the GOOD of the Pinoy? HELL, NO. That’s hypocrisy right there. Profeesing GOOD and promoting STUPID and BOORISH behavior.

    If your primary goal is to educate the Filipino, to stamp out obsolete voting mentalities and espouse critical thinking, do it the right way. You know what the right way is. It’s NOT to call the voters names like “Gingineer” or to call candidates names like “Abnoy” and “Ngoyngoy” and stain Cory Aquino’s legacy (Oo, legacy pa rin kahit walang kuryente. Ibinalik ang demokrasya! Magpasalamat ka.

    This is a free country and assigning nicknames to public figures does not in anyway detract from the need of obsolete voting mentalities. Take you for instance, you are voting for winnability – that’s so WRONG – and thero is no date expiration stamp on what’s WRONG. And you want to drag other Filipinos into your obsolete thinking – WINNABILITY? Is that good for the Filipino? If we want winnability – why stop at Noynoy, let’s go all the way for DOLPHY!!!

    Second, Cory does not have a monopoly of the claim to democracy. That bitch was nowhere to be found at the height of the people’s struggle – she, along with Kris and Noynoy where living the life in Boston. Whereas, the likes of us had to eke it out in Agdao-, Ma-a, mandug, Buhangin – don’t give me that BS about sacrifice. everyone, except marcos and his cronies – sacrificed! so puhleeze, don’t put cory on a pedestal that does not belong to her – it belongs to the people.

    Don’t be a fascist and claim you would have preferred the alternative: a Soviet Union under Stalin) by discrediting the sweat, blood and tears she invested in the restoration of this democracy. Disgusting. If cyberspace were a court of law, you would be held in contempt and thrown out on your ass.

    I’ll say it again – that clueless bitch called Corty has no monopoly of blood, sweat, and tears, – she even let swindled farmers of their land, and she did not do anything to stop the massacre of farmers in hacienda luisita. Cory can shove her democracy right up her ass. Dang, where was she when Nanding Torralba was shot? Or when Babette Prudencio was shot with an M203 through her belly – killling her and her child? These people struggled and gave more than your Cory bitch.

    Fight fair, and for God’s sake, agree to disagree. How can you expect your counterparts to listen to your arguments when you punctuate every sentence with low blows?

    Fair  is fair. you are being heard here. Present your arguments. You have no argument and you are just whining – if AP weren’t fair – you’ll be banned, or your comment marked as spam or your IP banned – as they do in filipinovoices.com, barriosiete.com, ellentordesillas.com, and quezon.ph. reply to the article instead of resortin gto strawman replies.

    Subconsciously, you don’t really want them to listen; you just want to drag them through the muck for refusing to share your perspective.

    Who doesn’t want to listen – we have been listening to this crap since childhood. We’ve had enough of listening to this crap – it’s your turn to listen to our crap. If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.

    Think about it. You’ve made a good case for Dick Gordon. No question about the veracity of your facts: Dick Gordon could turn the Philippines into Subic. But how is he going to do that without the support of the majority?

    Good that you acnowledge the veracity of the facts.

    You raise the right question, but you address it to the wrong party – that’s what you ought to ask the noynoy voters – why settle for a noynoy if you want the Philippines to be prosperous like Subic or Marikina?

    Change tactics. You’re in the middle of a collective back-patting session while the rest of the country is in chaos.

    On the contrary, the tactics are quite good – the fact that you are here, and coming here, and duking it out on AP. 😀

  61. @PLM, I just realized that the comment you’re reacting to doesn’t even come from anywhere in this blog.

    Your spamming tactic is just way pathetic, but then, oh, whatever blows your skirt up…

    You’ve made a good case for Dick Gordon. No question about the veracity of your facts: Dick Gordon could turn the Philippines into Subic. But how is he going to do that without the support of the majority?

    Do you have Mme. Auring’s crystal ball next to your laptop? Could you check if JDV3 will ever spend time behind bars and for how long? While you’re at it, could you check the lotto 6/49 results for the last March draw? Please? Thanks.

    (Okay. NOW I’m going to bed.)

    (Hi Xianding. Long day. Will catch up. 🙂 )

  62. Ma Xianding · ·

    If PLM really believes in what she preaches, they she is being a hypocrite. If she wanted to show the supposed superiority of her pedagogical abilities, then she would not call Iya an “Idiot”. That is the same method of Iya that she is condemning. She is contradicting herself. hahaha.

  63. Before reading this I thought the only people who hated CORY were Leftists.

  64. “Cory bitch.” Wow. Wala talaga kayong sinasantong tao. Sometimes I ask myself why I even bother to “debate” with people who are so bloated in their sense of superiority that every single valid contradictory point is automatically flushed down the toilet so as not to contaminate the fascism in this blog. And the answer is: I BOTHER, GODAMMIT, BECAUSE I WILL KEEP TRYING.

    Calm down, BongV. You might choke on your self-righteous indignation.

    The post “Iya Justimbaste Is an Idiot” is meant to discredit Iya Justimbaste’s combative way of pushing her candidate. Is she campaigning for Dick Gordon or de-campaigning for Noynoy Aquino? Too much negative campaigning. How dare you espouse an election run by principles when you can’t even campaign with principle! Read the comments on my post—I grit my teeth and address every hit and low blow I get with as much diplomacy as I can muster. I “approve” all comments by default, and I never censor or ban anyone from my blog. I don’t make sexist, racist and other derogatory swipes at your sexist, racist and derogatory rebuttals. I address your comments with the prudence and discretion that you clearly don’t deserve. I don’t poke fun at your names or use terms like “egghead” and “engot”—and let me tell you, I’ve been sorely tempted to stoop down to your level and hurl uglier obscenities in your faces. But I won’t do that because that’s not why I’m here. I don’t charge blindly into the fray with complete disregard for the casualties who will eat the dust. I have a sense of social and political accountability, and I will play by the rules. Unlike you, I DON’T DISMISS A VALID POINT JUST BECAUSE I DON’T LIKE THE SOURCE.

    Get over yourselves and disband this Gordon clique. I’m assuming that every person who posts a comment on this blog is a Filipino—whether by birthright or simply at heart—and these people need to broaden their perspectives and understand that they belong to a bigger society: one that’s not only pro-Gordon or pro-Aquino or pro-Villar or pro-Erap, but one that will have to contend with the aftermath of the election this May. No matter who replaces GMA in Malacanang, he/she will be installed in Malacanang by the will of the people (provided that there isn’t an electronic Garci in May), and it’s your responsibility as taxpayers of this country to unite the people, not pit them against each other like dogs. ADMU President Fr. Ben Nebres says, “Be assertive, not aggressive.” Learn to be pacifists, and Dick Gordon might have more than a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming President in May.

  65. “Cory bitch.” Wow. Wala talaga kayong sinasantong tao. Sometimes I ask myself why I even bother to “debate” with people who are so bloated in their sense of superiority that every single valid contradictory point is automatically flushed down the toilet so as not to contaminate the fascism in this blog. And the answer is: I BOTHER, GODAMMIT, BECAUSE I WILL KEEP TRYING.

    Calm down, BongV. You might choke on your self-righteous indignation.

    Take your own advice. You might choke on your self-righteous indignation.

    Hey I ask myself, too – why I even bother to “debate” with you who are so bloated in your sense of superiority that every single valid contradictory point is automatically flushed down the toilet so as not to contaminate your fascism in this blog.

    Apparently someone stood up to your fascism (btw, learn to use the meaning of the word fascism – you are using words that have no relevance to the discussion) – and tou can’t get enough of yourself 🙂

    The post “Iya Justimbaste Is an Idiot” is meant to discredit Iya Justimbaste’s combative way of pushing her candidate. Is she campaigning for Dick Gordon or de-campaigning for Noynoy Aquino? Too much negative campaigning.

     Bingo – Ad Hominem. Attack Iya – and not the message. Getting to the bottom of the truth is not negative – that’s positive.

    Are you being taught that presenting incorrect information is positive? Susmaryosep? WTF???

    How dare you espouse an election run by principles when you can’t even campaign with principle!

    Define the principle you are talking about – not a vague “principle” that’s easy to be a source of equivocation.

    Read the comments on my post—I grit my teeth and address every hit and low blow I get with as much diplomacy as I can muster. I “approve” all comments by default, and I never censor or ban anyone from my blog. I don’t make sexist, racist and other derogatory swipes at your sexist, racist and derogatory rebuttals. I address your comments with the prudence and discretion that you clearly don’t deserve. I don’t poke fun at your names or use terms like “egghead” and “engot”—and let me tell you, I’ve been sorely tempted to stoop down to your level and hurl uglier obscenities in your faces. But I won’t do that because that’s not why I’m here. I don’t charge blindly into the fray with complete disregard for the casualties who will eat the dust. I have a sense of social and political accountability, and I will play by the rules. Unlike you, I DON’T DISMISS A VALID POINT JUST BECAUSE I DON’T LIKE THE SOURCE.

    The point was not disimissed, the point was discussed and found wanting. It did not stand up to the inquiry. For example, you harp about winnability. No one’s debating Noynoy is winnable. The deeper question is other than winnability what else does he have – NOTHING. That’s when you go into your tantrum.

    Get over yourselves and disband this Gordon clique.

    Get over yourself – do your own thing. Your like a spoil brat who upon not being able to rebut an argument wants the site to be shut down. That’s fascism for you.

    I’m assuming that every person who posts a comment on this blog is a Filipino—whether by birthright or simply at heart—and these people need to broaden their perspectives and understand that they belong to a bigger society: one that’s not only pro-Gordon or pro-Aquino or pro-Villar or pro-Erap, but one that will have to contend with the aftermath of the election this May.

    Kid you are talking to the choir. Kaya nga eh, tuwing may pinoy na pumapalya nadadamay kami rito sa America. Lumayo na nga kami para hindi ma-associate sa kagunggongan ng pinoy sa pinas. punyeta, pagdating rito, nadadamay pa rin kami sa kagunggongan nyo. this has gotta stop – everytime you do stupid stuff – i’ll single you out till you get the message.

    No matter who replaces GMA in Malacanang, he/she will be installed in Malacanang by the will of the people (provided that there isn’t an electronic Garci in May), and it’s your responsibility as taxpayers of this country to unite the people, not pit them against each other like dogs. ADMU President Fr. Ben Nebres says, “Be assertive, not aggressive.” Learn to be pacifists, and Dick Gordon might have more than a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming President in May.

    Nebres can kiss my ass. That’s argumentation by appeal to authority – you outh to know better.

    We are not here to convince anyone- we are here to write our observation. We don’t lose sleep. if you don’t agree with our observations –

  66. “Be assertive, not aggressive.” Learn to be pacifists

    Can you be pacifist after HACIENDA LUISITA and MENDIOLA?

    Puhlease… “There are no tyrants where there are no slaves”. It is only through action and constant education can we mould FIlipinos to become better. You honestly believe that the people who benefit from keeping people down would just give up that easily? Think again!

    And as to NOYNOY and CORY’s so-called legacy they were just the symbols that people affixed the struggles of so many people. IT IS OVERRATED and completely dismissed the masses that heavily participated in the actual heavy lifting.

    Even if NOYNOY wins who do you think will benefit? The regular people or the Lopezes? The Cojuangcos or ULWU? It is the utter disregard for the working classes that pisses me off. You should be too.

    And Yes we are most definitely being assertive.

  67. Wow. Kaya nga lugmok ang Pinas dahil lagi tayong “pacifist” at hindi “aggresive”. Gordon and Bayani did it in their cities by being “aggressive”. Noynoy did what on Tarlac? HL?

    Being aggresive doesn’t necessarily equate to being “extremists”. It can also be a way to become “progressive”

    Try again.

  68. No matter who replaces GMA in Malacanang, he/she will be installed in Malacanang by the will of the people (provided that there isn’t an electronic Garci in May), and it’s your responsibility as taxpayers of this country to unite the people, not pit them against each other like dogs. ADMU President Fr. Ben Nebres says, “Be assertive, not aggressive.” Learn to be pacifists, and Dick Gordon might have more than a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming President in May.

    Do not put the cart before the horse. There is an electoral process going on. The issues, facts, and candidates are being dissected, discussed, articulated, analysed, vetted in order to have clarity – who has the best mix of skills, ability, foresight, and proven efficiency.That is your/our role as taxpayers – at this point of the exercise. WE are still choosing candidates or reevaluating our choices after all, our choice is not cast in stone until we actually cast our votes. There is still time to reconsider your choices – in a sober and rational manner. Junk the tired criterias of winnability – it has not done this country any good. Go for ability, efficiency, foresight – you can’t lose!

    Semantics – aggressive, assertive,  PROACTIVE.

     Unlearn your pacifism – it will not do you any good. It’s not like you are carrying a gun, like the other party, during negotiations or conversations. Do not be afraid to speak your truth, do not silence your voice, do not kill your light – let it shine.

  69. Ma Xianding · ·

    LOL… pati si Father Nebres nadamay. Paano naman si Father Bernas? Hay nako halata naman ang agenda nitong mga ito at pati pangalan ng mga walang malay nadadamay.

  70. Alright, try your “aggressive, assertive, PROACTIVE” line on the 85% masa registered voters and see if they get it.

  71. nagmamasid · ·

    to mr. bongV…. paki check po to http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=331731568436&id=697261885&ref=mf baka sakali may masabi ka sa kanila

  72. ang haba naman ng article nito nakaktamad basahin, all i can say is a suggestion to noynoy supporter, don’t try to outdo the gordon supporters on accomplishment, your candidate is clearly way below gordon as far as achievements are concerned, try to minimize your candidate weakness and amplify his strengths =)

    on Final note, no matter who won this may 2010 election, we should support him and be united in uplifting our motherland. let’s not engaged in destructive criticism just to proved our point ” i told you so!”.

  73. tell him to ask everyone – including noynoy’s running mate –

    1. Manuel Roxas II K-4 – Liberal Party 19,372,888 votes

    2. Ramon Revilla Jr. K-4 – Lakas CMD 15,801,531

    3. Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. KNP / PDP-LABAN 13,519,998

    4. Maria Ana Consuelo Madrigal KNP – Independent 13,253,692

    5. Richard Gordon K-4 – Lakas CMD 12,707,151

    6. Pilar Juliana Cayetano K-4 – Lakas CMD 12,542,054

    7. Miriam Defensor-Santiago K-4 – PRP 12,187,401

    8. Alfredo Lim KNP – Independent 11,286,428

    9. Juan Ponce Enrile KNP – PMP 11,191,162

    10. Jinggoy Estrada KNP – PMP 11,094,120

    11. Manuel Lapid K-4 – Lakas CMD 10,970,941

    12. Rodolfo Biazon K-4 – Liberal Party 10,635,270

    13. Robert Barbers K-4 – Lakas CMD 10,624,585

    14. Ernesto Maceda KNP – NPC 9,944,328

    15. John Henry Osmeña K-4 – Independent 9,914,179

  74. Ma Xianding · ·

    I think AP can try their style in their blog and you can try your style on your own blog. Enjoy your visitor traffic.
    Only the aggressive, assertive, proactive ones like Lee Kwan Yew and Mahathir can get Pinoys in line.
    Good luck!

  75. nagmamasid · ·

    yun na nga eh, bulag na bulag masyado. as far as i can remember, noynoy voted against the playing of garci tapes. documented ng gma7 yun.

  76. TheArch · ·

    Hello, I am an avid reader of AntiPinoy, and I will vote for Gordon this May 2010 elections. Yeah!

    However, I want to question about Gordon’s alleged “corruption” as pointed out by some questionable sources and my friend.

    This, for example:

    http://forums.gov.ph/thread.asp?rootID=105820&catID=11

    Among other claims according to my friend is that Gordon owns many establishments in Subic/Olongapo. And then about Koreans who built houses in Subic. They were charged, but they were relieved. Something to do with Gordon daw? And that Gordon is super rich in Subic?

    I want to verify the veracity of these claims, if they are true or not. I want to convince my friend who was close to choosing Noynoy but withdrew because he thought he is too incompetent. (Buti nalang.) As of now, he is either choosing Gibo or Gordon, or none at all.

    Hope to hear from you, guys! 😀

  77. TheArch:

    When it comes to these kind of stories – if there is evidence beyond reasonable doubt – file a case – and see if it sticks – like the current C5, and SCTEX.

    As to rich, they should check the SALN – it’s all there.

    MANILA, MAY 20, 2008(STAR) By Aurea Calica – Senate President Manuel Villar Jr. is now a billionaire and remains the richest among his colleagues while Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV is the poorest.

    In the senator’s statement of assets and liabilities for this year, Villar’s net worth grew to P1,041,383,946, with no liabilities, from the P921.4 million that he declared in 2007.

    Villar is famous for his rags-to-riches story. He likes describing himself as a poor “shrimp vendor” who made good selling affordable houses to the Filipino people.

    He runs real estate and other businesses and has been in Forbes Asia’s richest Filipinos.

    Ranking next to Villar is Sen. Jamby Madrigal, who was a far second with a net worth of P146,483,524 from P148.9 million last year.

    She declared total assets of P153,846,138 with P7,362,614 liabilities. Madrigal, who comes from an old-rich family, is currently fighting for her inheritance from a late billionaire aunt, Chito Madrigal Collantes.

    Trillanes, the jailed leader of the Magdalo group that launched a mutiny in 2003, reported a net worth of P2.6 million without liabilities, up from P2.3 million last year. This made him the poorest among all 23 millionaire senators.

    Among the neophyte senators, Juan Miguel Zubiri is still richest but his net worth dropped from P43.3 million to P22.859 million. He reported his assets as P50,118,463 with liabilities of P27,259,212. Zubiri, scion of a rich family from Mindanao, is no longer in the Top 10 of the richest senators with the decrease in his declared net worth.

    Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., a popular movie actor, is now third richest with P117.968 million from P107 million, dislodging Sen. Manuel Roxas II, who is in fourth place with P110.634 million from P140.3 million. His declared assets amounted to P172,337,885 with P61,703,806 in liabilities. Roxas is from the wealthy Araneta clan who owns a prime property in Cubao, Quezon City – the Araneta Center.

    Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile is the fifth wealthiest, with a net worth of P98,840,037, almost the same as last year.

    The other five senators in the Top 10 richest list are: Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago, P89,386,749 from P76 million; Sen. Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada, P83,154,561.78, almost the same from P83 million; Sen. Pia Cayetano, P76.397 million from P76.2 million; Sen. Loren Legarda, P45,990,565 from P41.4 million and Sen. Edgardo Angara, P44,104, 977.47 from P41 million.

    The rest of the senators and their net worth were Rodolfo Biazon, P28.192 million from P27.4 million; Panfilo Lacson P27.280 million from P25.8 million and Richard Gordon P26,521,834 from P25.6 million.

    Senate Majority Leader Francis Pangilinan’s net worth dropped to P12.978 million from P15.4 million while Senators Gregorio Honasan declared his net worth at P12.154 million, almost the same at P12 million; Lito Lapid, P12.095 million from P11.6 million; Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Pimentel Jr., P11,533.496 from P10.3 million; and Sen. Joker Arroyo, P11.05 million from P11 million.

    Neophyte senator Alan Peter Cayetano had a net worth of P16.238 million from P16 million; Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, P13.94 million from P13.3 million; and Francis Joseph Escudero, P7.469 million from P7.4 million.

  78. TheArch · ·

    Thanks for the information. But then, I’m wondering if what PREDA was saying is actually true. I’ve read more articles from PREDA, and I noticed how much they really hate Gordon. But yeah, so far the only “corruption” stories I heard from Gordon only came from PREDA.

    Or maybe not. I just read this note: http://www.facebook.com/notes/dick-gordon/who-is-fr-shay-cullen-of-preda-and-why-he-hates-dick-gordon/285100121134

    Turns out Father Shay Cullen is a dick (haha), alright. And it turns out that PREDA is none other than a dirty organization masquerading as a welfare organization, quoting from some PEx user.

  79. Hi Arch:Thanks for the link. I do remember Shay Cullen. He had an axe to grind against the US bases. Now that the bases are gone – the “purpose of his life” is gone – and he is out to take it back… from Gordon.

    Your note saved me the effort writing pretty much the same thing. 🙂

  80. somehow that facebook entry is correct. i really hate that it’s all about “winnability” now. However is doing the surveys is clearly trying to manipulate people to think that they’re choice wouldn’t win anyway so just choose another to prevent one other to win.

    I WILL VOTE FOR GORDON. Because I want him to be present. I openly declare it to anyone who asks me.

    But what about those 90% of Filipinos living below poverty. How do we convince them to ignore the surveys and vote according to their conscience?

  81. SIMPLE AND GENERAL ANSWERS TO ALL QUESTIONS:
    Philippines is like a multi-national company that if you own it you will choose the the best leader that will make the company the best possible company in the world, that will have the best future, will reach success and importantly, will maintain the best business.
    You don’t have choice but to choose among the candidates(presidentiables) even if capable or not, tama ba? Sa pagpili ng magpapatakbo ng company kailangan mo mag set ng criteria para malaman mo kung sino ang pipiliin mo. Aminin man natin o hindi eto ang pinakamalaking problem ng majority ng Pinoys, hindi alam kung ano criteria at hindi alam kung pano magisip ng criteria. Simple, majority kasi di nakapag-aral, majority kasi kapit sa patalim(no choice ika ka, mabuhay lang, may pangkain lang). All these simple issues but real & big problems originated from circle of problems, poor education -> poverty -> no job -> no business -> gov no action -> corruption -> no upgrade of facilities -> no environment improvement -> no planning -> too much politics -> too much debate -> pointing who is right or wrong -> election -> vote buying -> spending millions in campaign -> candidates(from top to bottom) without knowledge and experience BUT WITH cases of anomalies, suspected corruption and spent his whole life in gov and became rich -> poor education!
    HOW TO CHOOSE would be the most appropriate question and not who will we choose. If you know how to choose it will lead you who and don’t have to think who is he/she.
    Keep in mind that we are not only living in Phil. we are living on earth! Today is very different from yesterday in all aspects of life, environment, people, etc. Everything are changing for better or worse but we need to adapt otherwise we will be dinosaur in our own country. Ang pilipinas po ay naiiwan ng ibang bansa dahil hindi po ito gumagalaw, wala pong ginagawa, di tulad ng katabing bansa. Ano pa ba ang masasabi mong maganda sa pilipinas? Beaches – na malapit nang masira dahil sa climate change, hospitable pinoys – na wala namang pumuntang tourist dahil sa crime and terrorist, Manila – polluted and traffic, masakit aminin pero hindi iilan lang pinoys ang nagtutulungan para maiahon ang pinas sa nakakhiyang image sa ibang bansa. Hindi na ako magtataka kung lalong bumaba ang tinging ng puti, singkit at kirat sa mga pango. 3rd world country po tayo at baka mapunta pa tayo sa 4th kung meron kung hindi magigising ang may kakayanang mag-isip para tulungan ang mga kulang ang isip. Hindi po sapat ang environmentalist para mabigyan lunas ang pinakamalaking problema ng climate change. An economist is not enough to solve the financial matters of the whole country. Military is not not enough to solve crimes. A man with all holistic approach is what we need!
    Our president must be best in managing our People, environment, systems, facilities, resources and business.
    All the mentioned questions are basics but the solutions are too deep and wide. Questions are looking into the basics as we are now in having hig shit! that we need to start all over again. things would be easy if there’s RESET button.
    Kahit sinong ilagay mong presidente hindi eto kayang gawin kung hindi magtutulong-tulong majority ng pinoys, effort and pera.
    CRIME follows if people have no job, no school, no hobby – NOTHING TO DO!
    POVERTY follows if people have no job becoz no business becoz no trust from foreign investor
    POOR Education – follows with less opportunity in the country
    POOR Facilities – It follows if gov has no planning or plans are not implemented, due to massive and obvious corruption
    etc..etc…
    We need spirit of volunteerism, we need to reform or transform everything before we create new sets of law. We have plenty of laws but majority are not implemented and you’ll ask why, then we’ll go back to the circle of problems.
    We need tough pres. to have best possible foreign relation to regain the trust and confidence of investors to create businesses, jobs, opportunities, technical expertise, more PhD, a real professor, and money for the people to improve their lives.
    We need a pres. that will look into the details and has the best knowledge on all the things that a foreign investor needs to have a smooth start-up and successful operation, sustainable business, and competitive business and products or services. Phil. need to fix and upgrade the basic things like electricity, roads, air and sea ports, etc…
    We need a pres. that can manage managers and workers without pay but working to their fullest.
    We need a pres with political power to implement what is right irregardless of negative effects.
    We need a pres that can strategize things and make things simple.
    We need a man with vision and has world class competency that is capable of leading the world by his words, actions and vision. we are dependent now on other countries but we should not depend on OFW outside our country.
    Always keep this in mind, Pinoys are not changing for good but changing for worse, we need to stop this soon.
    Only those who are so called “SIKAT”, “mayaman”, “artista”, etc.. are winning the elections. And those who are pinsan or pamangkin or may utang na loob will get position or job in the government. Bakit sa ibang bansa naka publish pa sa news paper hiring ng gov employee especially higher positions bakit sa pinas kahit minsan wala pa ako nakita.
    We need to atleast 10 years to see the new phil but if will not start RIGHT this time then we have to go back to zero and we might be needing 20 years that time as a factor delay.

    SO.. among the presidentiables i can see Gordon as the most competent and will have the fastest solutions as he has advantage of competency of foreign relation towards creating opportunities for pinoys, proven track record in volunteerism, has the political will to implement laws, can gain needed respect from the people that will support him in opposing GLORIA Arroyo’s interest to be Prime Minister. GMA’a plans to be a PM doesn’t need rocket scientist to understand it. It’s very simple – all gov official and cabinets are running for Congress to get the PM votes. GMA has no choice but to pursue her interest as she cannot run away from her bruhahas and pandadaya (whether brought by Mike or her alipores). Arroyo is in the position for so long and she prove to already to the people what she is capable of, we should not give her another chance as she gotten so much chance.

    If Noynoy wins the country will be in the status quo position.
    If Villar wins he will get richer. even if he has nothing to do with the C5 he should stop the C5 from passing his properties, he can make a short highway connecting directly to C5 if he likes. Phil will NOT be in outstanding position, slow recovery maybe becoz of his businessman mindset but too much discussions and conflicts.
    If GORDON wins mindset or paradigm shift of majority of pinoys will take place, the philippines will be in the right track and big transformation will happen. Ginhawa sa balikat ng mga pinoys lalo na sa mga OFW na tanging bumubuhay sa Pinas. mababawasan ang OFW kasi may trabaho at opportunity sa pinas. Mas maayos ang paligid at may pera sa luzon, vizayas at mindanao. He has the best sets of skills and knowledge among all candidates.

    So if you are the owner of the Philippines as a company to whom would you entrust your money???

  82. Quobetah · ·

    STOP UNDERESTIMATING THE FILIPINO INTELLIGENCE PLEASE!! THESE SO CALLED MASA THINKS TOO..PACQUIAO IS WINNABLE..WHY THE HECK DID HE NOT WIN?! DUUUHHHH!!!!

  83. touch48 · ·

    Nakuha ka naman sa isang linya lang..kabayan tingnan mo mga records na nakalista na sa bato at puso ng bawat mamayan ng subic..huwag yong nakalista sa hangin! Wake up! The future of our children is at stake here..o baka wala ka pang anak kagaya ni noynoy.. huwag masyado emotional.. huwag masyado manood ng mga drama sa tv…losers often stay in front of tv’s.!!!

  84. Gordon is just one “mapapel na politiko”. I don’t think his accomplishments outweigh his being a trapo.

    1) How he handled Subic when his was term as administrator was over. Even going to the point of barricading the administration building.

    2) Look at the ICRC kidnapping last year, take note that even if he’s the chairman of the PNRC, ICRC is a totally different entity. Pumapel siya sa negotiations and nawala nun na release na ang ICRC workers. He was so noisy and interested in the kidnapping but suddenly went silent when notter and lacaba was released even with vagni still being held. (my opinion only but must have taken a cut in the ransom money).
    2.1) Proposes amnesty for the Abu Sayyaf (search google or inquirer)
    2.2) Promises to send Parad’s kids to school (why the dead kidnappers kids, why not other deserving students)

    3) A kindle for every student. (Don’t have enough books and buildings and he proposes a kindle for every student)

    4) After criticizing pol ads on TV, Gordon launches his own (typical politiko) http://www.gmanews.tv/story/177068/after-criticizing-pol-ads-on-tv-gordon-launches-his-own

  85. I think somewhere in your words, is the archetype of the “pinoy” in antipinoy.

    Congrats! 😀

  86. Rodney, anong survery ba ang tinutukoy mo? Yung 2,100 lang ang respondents, eh 50M ang registered voters? Alam mo bang 29th si Gordon sa surverys nung tumakbo syang Senador pero pang-lima sya matapos ang bilangan? Sayang ang boto mo kay Noynoy…

  87. A kindle for every student. (Don’t have enough books and buildings and he proposes a kindle for every student)

    siya nga naman!!!

  88. napa simpleng statement lang pero malaman saludo ako iyo bossing nangandoy. 😀

  89. rodney pag malinis ang record ibig sabihin walang nagawa nyahaha ni kabulastugan oh ikabubuti walang nagawa ang tawag dun TUOD.

  90. @ FZ -this is possible… kelan mo pa gusto sisimulan .. si Gordon nangangarap-at may paraan sa mga pangarap…. this will explain tungkol sa yung pagdududa…. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTe9gwcK2Rs&NR=1

  91. dzieyzone · ·

    It’s because illegal ang pagpapaalis sa kanya ni erap, at kita mo suporta ng tao? dahil pinag hirapan nila linisin ang lugar at minahal siya ng tao dahil maraming naging trabaho nabigay sa pagiging admin niya. Hindi siya nagpumilit maging presidente habang mabango pa pangalan niya dati dahil alam niya d pa tapos ang SUBIC.

    Anak ni Parad ang pinag-aral niya dahil ang rebelde dahil andun un dahil walang pinag-aralan at ang pangarap ng isang makapag aral ang kanyang anak. Alam mo ano sinabi ni Gordon? Alam ko anjan ka isang rebelde naiintindihan ko dahil sa mga politiko, pero pag aaralin ko anak mo para hindi na sila magiging isang rebelde paglaki nila. Kaya un ang pinag aaral niya.

    Kindle for every student? anong joke dito? Kung kaya nga nating magpa load ng 30 pesos sa isang araw bakit d natin kaya ipamigay ang 1 sa isang araw para magkaroon ng kindle ang bata? Kaw ang mag isip. Maging praktikal ka lang sa buhay matotonan mo ang logic.

    Kung korupsiyon ang pinaka sanhi ng paghihirap at kahihiyan ng pinas dapat ang singapore, malaysia, korea kaparehas n rin natin dahil doon may korupsiyon din. Sa tingin mo ba kakayanin ng iboboto mo ang tapusin lahat ng korupsiyon? Hindi dahil mga nasa likod din niya ang korupt.

    Mag move on ka na lang at ayusin ang problema wag mo ng tangkahin na tapusin ang korupsiyon sa pagpapakulong sa kanila. Magbabago din sila pag nakikita nila nagbabago na ang mga tao. Tao na mismo ang magpapakulong sa kanila.

    Noynoy did nothing sa haba ng pagiging politician niya at ngayon sasabihin mo na siya ang magpapatuloy at tatapos sa kahirapan?

    TRACK RECORD!

  92. @ MIKE
    1. Go to Subic and ask the people to whom they owe the respect of their nice place.
    2. TRAPO are those who doesn’t have vision and came from a family who was in the position for long time and prove nothing. For sure you will like TRAPO if he is very good. Why Singapore like Lee Kuan Yew? He is in the position at early age and he is still in the politics at the age of 70+ Most of the pinoys doen’t know the real meaning of TRAPO.
    3. Gordon has the highest competencies among the candidate, can implement political will which Noynoy and Villar cannot do and don’t have the quality at all.
    4. Villar became richer because of politics, do you need rocket scientist to understand C5 project? Noynoy is not a replica of Ninoy, Ninoy fought for the country and his vision for Philippines while Noynoy is just siting and listening. Erap, crazy pinoys who support him.
    5. Gordon can drive a big organization without worries or fear but with quick results.
    6. Since i started to vote my candidate never wins and country is always a loser.

  93. The ebook that Gordon is proposes is similar to OLPC which is similar to the concept of Rotary international. This is an excellent approach because if will save money on books, offer more flexibility as it can be interactive, up to date contents, inclination of students to high-tech world to have a paradigm shift, lesser opportunity for corruption, all in one book. examination or homework can also be integrated in this project and more. The most important thing here is the exposure of students at early age to make them curios on something and let them find an answer by themselves.

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