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'Corrupt' is not in Binay’s attack 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

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Binay son suspension defiance bad for father’s 2016 presidential run

Vice President Jejomar Binay and Makati Mayor Junjun Binay should have talked it over intelligently if defying the Ombudsman’s order for the latter’s suspension the second time around (the first time was only 4 months ago in March) was good and politically expedient for both their political careers. 558 more words

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Corrupt and ingrate are apt descriptions of Binay

It did not take long for most Filipinos to know more about who Vice President Jejomar Binay really is.

The Senate investigating his corrupt practices gave us all an insight on who Binay is as a politician – a highly corrupt government official. 540 more words

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Marcos’ unwarranted advice to Aquino on choosing next PNP chief

Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. does not seem to learn the lessons of the past and keeps on harping at President Benigno Aquino’s (PNoy) presidential prerogatives, when his father, the dictator, was worst doing it during his time. 386 more words

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Much ado about Binay’s resignation

Of all the rationalizations made about Vice President Jejomar Binay’s resignation from the Cabinet of the Aquino administration, I find that of her daughter’s, Makati City Rep. 417 more words

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Duterte and Lacson

I am writing about Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and former Senator Panfilo Lacson as individuals interested in running for president of the Philippines in 2016 elections. 478 more words

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LP vetting at a loser for 2016

There is no doubt that President Benigno Aquino (PNoy) wants somebody strong enough to win in the 2016 presidential election and ensure that his ‘tuwid na daan’ (straight path) program of governance will continue to be implemented to sustain the reforms he has started that has been seen, even by the international community, to be succeeding. 559 more words

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