Things have changed. What used to be taboo is now slowly creeping into the conscious world as just one of those things. But this often ravaged by nature country called The Republic of the Philippines is now slightly aware that it has elected an IGNORAMUS into office, Magpatuloy sa pagbasa
In the light of the pork barrel scam, 90s actress G Toengi floats up like a turd with a story. She was supposedly invited by a senator [obviously not just a chummy friend] to some chillin’ years back in Los Angeles. According to her account , she ordered some wine but her date had three shots of LOUIS XIII ; an expensive cognac costing some $350 per. Truly amazed and perhaps flabbergasted out of her wits; she snided : “Wow, ang sarap naman ng buhay nyo!’ to which the senator acknowledged : ‘Syempre, kaming mga senador may ₱30 million buwan-buwan!’ Now this is one maiden’s tale that can go a long way including a guessing game to fill your days with anger and slight hate unless G names the bloaty law-maker. But as of this minute, she refuses to squel. So ,this is our call : GAGA KA G TOENGI, GAGA KA HANGGANG DI MO PINAPANGALANAN ANG TINAMAAN NG LINTIK NA SENADOR NA NAGYABANG SA’YO! AT HWAG KANG PAKALAT-KALAT AT MAY ISANG BAKLANG BAKULAW NA BUBULYAW SA YO!
Get the drift? Choz.
- Quezon farmers say Aquino’s pork abolition ‘deceptive’ (newsinfo.inquirer.net)
- Statement of President Benigno Aquino on PDAF abolition and budgetary reforms (newsinfo.inquirer.net)
- PNoy annouces abolition of Pork Barrel (rojan88.wordpress.com)
BONGBONG MARCOS had this on his FB wall yesterday : Tomorrow is SONA #4 and we can expect some things to be said mostly, self congratulatory as is the norm in all SONA’s of Presidents, past and present. We’ve heard enough of the 7.8% growth in this year’s 1st quarter and that should be good news for us all. Same with last year’s 6.8% GDP. What the President should explain though is why this was accompanied with an increase by 600,000 in the number of families that went hungry, and why the rise in unemployment to 7.5% as recorded in April in spite of the remarkable growth rates achieved. This is a non-inclusive growth that only the rich benefit from. We hope he has grown tired of the “blame game” and will not waste time putting down his political opponents that only help foster disunity and vindictiveness and is counter productive. There have been gains that he can work on to achieve the momentum needed for an upward thrust that will accommodate the poorest of our countrymen and allow them to enjoy the growth that the country is experiencing albeit in an exclusionary way. That is best achieved if the people are unified and directed towards the same goals. That’s a factor difficult to quantify or measure but is undoubtedly crucial to nation building. So, let’s wait and see what the state of the nation is as seen by the incumbent President and decide whether that jives with our daily experiences and what we’ve observed in the last three years. Keep safe everyone and have a good night sleep. Good night po sa inyong lahat.