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In the News: A government run by scoundrels (On Target by Ramon Tulfo, Inquirer)

When was the last time the Philippine elections had truly decent candidates as front runners? The Gordon, Teodoro, Perlas trio reminds me of three highly qualified applicants vying for a an important job. Normally, slackers, canards, and the ethically challenged are blacklisted after the routine background check. If the Philippines were a company, it is […]

In the News: The 2010 "Presidentiables" Positions on Charter Change

The Inquirer recently published an article entitled Stand on Charter change, Arroyo as Speaker. The information was collected for the purpose of knowing the candidates’  stand from their answers to the following questions: Are there provisions in the 1987 Constitution that need to be amended? If yes, what are these? Why? Are you in favor […]

Noynoy is Obamaish? Really? ROTFLMAO!

The past couple of days have turned rather surreal. It even got a boost when somebody insinuated – Noynoy was Obamaish. I burst into laughter, rolling on the floor laughing my ass out! Ganun ba? Let’s put it to the test. I’ll put the most recent Obama video – we watch it. Then, let’s watch […]

Ask your Candidate – What's In It For the Philippines?

Sans rhetoric and emo the core issue to each candidate is this – What is your value proposition? What do you bring to the table? What’s in it for me – the taxpayer? What’s in it for my children and community? What’s in it for our country? What’s in it for our public agents? What’s […]