If there was an administration in the country’s history that ushered the age of massive corruption, starting from the seat of power in Malacañang and down to all levels of the bureaucracy, the one that lasted for 20 goddamn years under the iron-hand leadership of the despot, President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., beats them all. 585 more words
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Vice President Jejomar Binay has not only gone insecure in his ranking in the presidential surveys, but has seemingly gone desperate, too, about the results such that in his burning desire to be elected president in 2016, he has been relentlessly going on a warpath around the country politically attacking his perceived opponents, but most especially Sen. 388 more words
In an atmosphere where the talks between President Benigno Aquino (PNoy) and Sen. Grace Poe has gone sour because of the latter’s burning desire to run for president instead of being Interior Secretary Mar Roxas’ running mate in the 2016 election, the news that the cancer-recovering Sen. 470 more words
A few days ago I wrote about President Benigno Aquino’s (PNoy) dilemma. (https://quierosaber.wordpress.com/2015/07/13/president-aquinos-dilemma/)
I thought then that the main reason why it was taking PNoy a long time to decide who to anoint as his successor was because he wanted to make sure his choice would be seen by the Filipino people as one that is good and beneficial for the country – to carry on his reforms for good governance and continue advocating the ‘tuwid na daan’ (straight path) policy beyond 2016. 257 more words
There is no doubt that Vice President Jejomar Binay is on a warpath against the Aquino administration.
This is the same administration that Binay has been with, serving as a member of Aquino’s Cabinet for 5 years, and like others, approving, obeying, corroborating and supporting the administration’s policies and programs. 432 more words