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Ang Mga Desperado sa Darating na Eleksyon 2016

Ang Mga Desperado sa Darating na Eleksyon 2016
Ni Apolinario Villalobos

Binay…..kailangan niyang manalo upang hindi tuluyang makulong dahil sa patung-patong niyang kaso. Ang hindi lang malaman ng mga tao ay kung ang ambisyon bang maging presidente ang nagtulak sa kanya upang “mag-ipon” ng panggastos mula pa noong Mayor siya ng Makati, kaya nangyari ang sinasabing pangungumisyon niya ng malaki sa mga proyekto sa Makati na ang ginawang dahilan na alam ng mga tao doon ay pagmamahal daw niya sa mga ito. 305 more words

Corruption

Of election and premature campaigning

Like me, are you starting to get irate with those political advertisements that are appearing on television and radio? Like me, are you starting to get irate with those politicians who keep on appearing before the media throwing mud unto another politician’s face as if they are clean? 880 more words

Philippines

PH 2016: A Survey

Come on, Philippines, let’s do it.  I just don’t buy the “surveys” where Binay and Poe are dominant.  It’s as if Filipinos are idiotic and a sucker for self-flagellation. 8 more words

The Worse Would Not Be Over Yet For Binay

A series of events allowed the Vice President, Jejomar Binay to have a respite from the artillery bombardment of his alleged corruption, which leaves his camp on a stand down mode of deflection. 787 more words

Blog And Social Media

Trillanes, Osmeña against BBL





In a surprise statement, Senator Antonio Trillanes, a key ally of President Aquino, said the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) could wait until the next administration for as long as the ceasefire, the peace talks are still in place. 827 more words

Osmeña Against BBL

Why I don't give a sh*t about the Binay investigations

1. The Senate investigations are like a fart

They are loud, they are smelly, but most of the time, they contain nothing significant.

The current Senate Blue Ribbon Committee has conducted 13 investigations (and 70 hearings) since it was born until the end of 2014. 447 more words

Politics