Trillanes: Zubiri a cheat

This is what I like about Sen. Antonio Trillanes- he calls a spade a spade. If Zubiri makes it to the Senate courtesy of the manufactured votes of Maguindanao, he will just like Gloria Arroyo – got his position by cheating. We will forever regard him as Sen. Daya na Zubiri.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Friday accused Team Unity senatorial candidate Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri of benefiting from cheating in the May mid-term elections.

Trillanes, who had just taken his oath of office, wasted no time in making his thoughts about Zubiri known.

“I wouldn’t want a cheat to join me in the Senate,” Trillanes told ABS-CBN News Channel.

“I believe Congressman Zubiri knows deep in his heart that he benefited from cheating. If he is decent enough, he wouldn’t accept [victory in the Senate race] because that is not something you want your kids to emulate,” he added.

Trillanes took his oath of office before his friend, barangay chairman Ruben Gatchalian, in Caloocan City. The senator was accompanied by his mother, Tely, and two children, Seth and Thea.

Sen. Rodolfo Biazon and a number of local officials also attended the oathtaking.

Trillanes, who led the 2003 Oakwood Mutiny, ran under the Genuine Opposition in the May elections. He currently faces rebellion charges at the Makati City Regional Trial Court and several violations of the Philippine Army’s Articles of War before a military tribunal. If found guilty, he has to give up his Senate seat.

Though a local court has yet to allow Trillanes to leave detention to attend Senate hearings, Trillanes said he will take an active role in investigating alleged cheating in Maguindanao province, which could affect the chances of fellow GO bet Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III in the Senate race.

Pimentel and Zubiri were locked in a tight race for the 12th and final slot.

Zubiri threatens to sue

Zubiri, for his part, said Trillanes’s accusations were unfair. “It was uncalled for… calling me a cheat.”

He said his lawyers are mulling the possible filing of libel charges against the new senator after hearing his interview on ANC.

“He is maligning my reputation. He is not immune from lawsuits. Even though he is an elected senator, he cannot go out in public and say [those words],” Zubiri said.

“He’s a loose cannon. It shows his immaturity. He is not bringing it to the proper forum,” he added.

If the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) en banc decides to canvass the provincial certificate of canvass from Maguindanao and Zubiri is proclaimed as senator-elect, Trillanes said he will challenge everybody “not to take it lightly because we cannot afford to have another cheat, in this case, in the Senate.”

As of 8:40 p.m. Thursday, Pimentel was still in 12th place with 10,906,451 votes while Zubiri remained in 13th place with 10,773,446 votes. Pimentel had a 133,005 vote lead over Zubiri.

In the Maguindanao special canvassing, Zubiri led the Senate race with 195,823 votes while Pimentel received only 67,111 votes. Zubiri’s lead over Pimentel was 128,712.

The COMELEC en banc reconvened at 2 p.m. Friday to count votes from Shariff Kabunsuan, Maguindanao and Bais City in Negros Oriental.

The counting of Maguindanao votes was scheduled after the Supreme Court on Thursday junked Pimentel’s petition to stop its inclusion in the national canvassing.

Trillanes said Filipinos have suffered for tolerating the alleged illegitimacy of President Arroyo who is being accused of cheating in the 2004 presidential election.

“We tolerated GMA regardless of her cheating, which all of us know and have confirmed. We heard it in the ‘Hello, Garci’ recordings. What will it bring to us? Only chaos and division,” he added.

‘Hello, Garci’ probe

In the interview, Trillanes said he and Sen. Panfilo Lacson, along with other members of the opposition bloc in the Senate, have started gathering “testimonial and documentary” evidence of electoral fraud in the elections held in Mindanao.

He said that when the 14th Congress opens, the opposition bloc will immediately initiate a Senate inquiry on poll cheating activities allegedly committed by the administration.

He added that the opposition will re-open the “Hello, Garci” tapes inquiry.

“We have to go back, for the sake of the people dying in Mindanao. We have to rectify the anomaly. If [the country] really wants to move forward, we have to get rid of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo,” he said.

Aside from the “Hello, Garci” probe, he said the opposition bloc will investigate reports that three military generals have direct knowledge of the extrajudicial killings in the country.

Trillanes added, however, that he does not believe that the murders of leftist activists in the country are a matter of state policy.

“I believe and am convinced that this is not a policy of the [Armed Forces of the Philippines] per se, but only the policy of some erring, ignorant AFP officials who [don't] seem to know their history that such tactics or measures have long been obsolete; and that there are more successful models that we can bank on [to win] this war of attrition,” he said.

Inquirer’s story: Trillanes comes out with guns blazing

June 29, 2007 5:33 pm   Posted in: Election 2007

121 Responses

  1. we-will-never-learn - June 29, 2007 5:36 pm

    Nothing but the truth but no justice!

  2. we-will-never-learn - June 29, 2007 6:11 pm

    I will put all my faith in Rodolfo Biazon, Panfilo Lacson and Sonny Trillanes because these three at least know the meaning of Truth & Justice and its importance to all of us.

    Zubiri knows very well that Truth & Justice has no part in cheating the electorate and the will of the people.

    Three determined senators who tell the Truth and seek Justice is good enough for me. We must back their idealism all the way. They will make the difference thats required.

  3. Chabeli - June 29, 2007 6:25 pm

    The comments of Senator Trillanes is no-nonsense. Ika kga calling “a spade a spade”. Enough of those who massage the truth. Those who manipulate the truth, or use that style are called TRAPOS.

    Zubiri doesn’t seem to have any qualms occupying the controversial 12th seat in the Senate IF he wins. Doesn’t that reflect already on the kind of person he is ?

  4. Elvira Sahara - June 29, 2007 6:34 pm

    Diyan ako bilib kay Sen. Trillanes! Yes, TRUTH accdg. to one article I’ve read, is the essence of life! Politicians are supposed to serve the people in truth and honesty! About time really, to start cleaning up! It’s been too muddy and filthy eversince that dirty crap stole her way to presidency! Now comes another would be senator DAYA who’s been moving hell just to end up in the 12th place kahit na through daya na lang! If he doesn’t want to be called a cheat, let the truth be out! Hala, Migz very!!!

  5. Chabeli - June 29, 2007 6:38 pm

    “Zubiri threatens to sue” Trillanes ???

    For what ???

    For being straight forward & telling the truth ???

  6. Chabeli - June 29, 2007 6:42 pm

    Senator Trillanes is the face of the 11 Million people who HATE this government.

    Dapat si Zubiri ang mag “hinay hinay lang”. What does a Zubiri represent anyway ?

  7. luzviminda - June 29, 2007 7:03 pm

    Pag prinoklama si MigZ ay pwede siyang tawagin na Senator DAYAna Zubiri. At si Abaloslos ay panay ang sigaw ng ‘Denied’ tuwing magbibigay ng motion si Atty de Lima sa bilangan sa Natl Board of canvassers. Hindi pala Mr Noted si Abaloslos kundi “Mr. Denied”

  8. Ellen - June 29, 2007 8:01 pm

    Daapt kapag,iproclaim si Migfa Zubiri (God forbid!) magrally tayo with placards, “Hail to the Cheat! “Sen. Daya na Zubiri.

  9. skip - June 29, 2007 8:16 pm

    Mincing words is just isn’t his game.

    How refreshing it is to finally have a representative who doesn’t feel the need to to sugarcoat his opinions for fear of ruffling feathers. Give ‘em hell, Sonny!

    Tita Migz, I know how hard it is for you to be a man, let alone be man enough to admit that you’ve cheated.
    But let’s face it — nandaya ka.

    It’s losers like you whose careers should be nipped in the bud before you they can inflict further harm on the people.


  10. Ellen - June 29, 2007 8:33 pm

    Imagine, in the first manufactured votes, number one was chavit singson. After a month, zubiri became number one. Garapal, Sen. Daya na Zubiri.

  11. skip - June 29, 2007 8:36 pm

    Fellow patriots, now is the time for us to again rally in defense of our freedom.

    The day a cheat like Miguel Zubiri steps into the halls of Senate is the day we shall forever rue. We cannot allow Gloria even a token win.

  12. skip - June 29, 2007 8:39 pm


    And the Comelec did not even so much as listen to Atty. Laila’s arguments.

    If I were her, I would have promptly stormed out of the room in disgust.

  13. Emilio_OFW - June 29, 2007 9:22 pm

    Senator Sonny Trillanes is really our man! Not mincing any word, he called Tita Migz a cheat just like his/her sponsor – the biggest cheat, Blinky Tiyanak!

    I’m hat’s off & salute to the determination of two election lawyers, Atty. Laila de Lima and Atty. Sixto Brillantes in fighting out to the COMELEC officers en banc. But the script of COMELEC Cheat Benjamin Abalos prevailed.

    Let’s continue our watch.

  14. Sampot - June 29, 2007 9:39 pm

    The arguments were simple enough to understand:

    1. The CoMOLEC referred to the Minutes of the Canvass to proclaim there wasn’t a failure of elections in Maguindanao;

    2. Koko’s team referred to the same Minutes of the Canvass to emphasize the discrepancy between the data tabulated on the COCs and those stated on the same minutes of those COCs.

    In short this useless body of blinds and scoundrels is closing one eye to the same body of facts just to fool themselves and agitate the people!

  15. Diego K. Guerrero - June 29, 2007 9:42 pm

    Senator Antonio Trillanes has a valid reason to castigate Senator Daya-na to be. There’s no honor in cheating. Miguel Zubiri is playing deaf and blind to Maguindanao fraudulent election results. He is the direct beneficiary of Abalos’ hocus focus upon the orders of bogus President Gloria Arroyo. Shame on them!

  16. Sampot - June 29, 2007 9:43 pm

    Nanginginig ang dila ni Zubiri sa pagsasabing si AT4 is not in a privilege speech to enjoy immunity from the “libelous” statement he made.

    Trillanes, for his information, doesn’t need immunity! He can work as senator wherever he wants, behind bars or otherwise!

  17. skip - June 29, 2007 10:21 pm

    Ellen: Imagine, in the first manufactured votes, number one was chavit singson. After a month, zubiri became number one. Garapal, Sen. Daya na Zubiri.

    That’s why I’m puzzled why the justices glossed over this glaring anomaly in yesterday’s oral arguments.

    Dito pa lang halatang halata na na may milagrong nangyari. What further evidence is the SC looking for? The new manufactured CoCs were clearly the result of the Abalos’ stalling.

    Garapal. Garapal. Garapal. To borrow from Constantino, you, Miguel Zubiri, are totally befeft of HONOR and SCRUPLES. Hindi naman masamang maging bakla pero magpakalalaki ka naman for once in your life.

    Even if you do get proclaimed (which we will oppose with all our strength), history will be your judge.

    Sobra kang GARAPAL!

  18. skip - June 29, 2007 10:29 pm

    In case Zubiri hasn’t noticed, the man he is trying to scare with a libel suit is already behind bars. What are you gonna do, arrest him? GAGO!

  19. Diego K. Guerrero - June 29, 2007 10:51 pm

    The 2007 Comelec’s National Board of Canvassers and the 2004 Joint Congressional National Board of Canvassers have one in common; all pleas and objections are DENIED and NOTED. Sen. Francis Pangilinan and then Rep.Raul Gonzalez arrogantly denied and simply noted all FPJ camp’s pleading and objections. This time, shameless elections commissionaires DENIED and set-aside pleas and objections from the opposition camp.

    Both elections are fraud-tainted. As a result, both national canvassers made a mockery of democratic processes and rule of law. Well, the Philippines have a fake president and fake senator of the republic. It is indeed a national shame. Senator Trillanes’ top agenda is to investigate electoral fraud in 2004 and 2007 and how prevent it from happening again. I hope that Garci and Bedol clones and scalawag generals are history.

  20. ystakei - June 29, 2007 10:52 pm

    i join senator trillanes in calling the binabae a cheat!!! hopefully, the filipinos who voted for koko and the other go candidates will march down the streets against any plan to declare the cheat a winner even when everybody knows the votes counted to make him now no. 1 instead of the ilocano scourge in maguindanao are no valid votes but tampered (fake) votes of even the dead whose names were added to the disenfranchised voters of maguindanao.

    how can zubiri dayana claim disenfranchisement of the voters there when they were already disenfranchised by the same mafia organization manipulating these cheatings for the unano squatting at the palace by the murky river? wala talagang delikadesa ang baklang ito!!!

    gosh, napapataas ang kilay ng mga hapon when i talk about the attempt now to frighten filipinos with those pictures of the us military guy said to be asking her and her hired killers in the afp when the us can attack the philippines ala-iraq and afghanistan!

    handa na rin ang citizen’s movement namin sa japan in case comelec makes the mistake of declaring this cheat of a zubiri to replace he rightful winner, koko pimentel. go koko go! ituloy mo ang laban if you get cheated! huwag patahimikin ang magulong zubiring iyan! tsupi zubiri! tumalon ka ng lang sa pasig! ungas!

  21. ystakei - June 29, 2007 11:02 pm

    Sampot: Trillanes, for his information, doesn’t need immunity! He can work as senator wherever he wants, behind bars or otherwise!


    Trillanes does not need Zubiri to tell him what to do. He is not obligated to listen to this crook, not even to the criinal calling herself president, but to the people who voted for him.

    At saka ano itong kagagaguhang sinasabi ni Hudasan that he won’t listen to Trillanes because he is not a lawyer? Gago pala ang babaerong iyan e? Over in Japan, as long as you know the law, you don’t even have to listen to a lawyer!!! Gunggong!!!

    Apparently, we like Trillanes because he speaks things from his heart that doesn’t differ from ours. Iyan ang tunay na deputy ng mga mamamayan!!!

    Congratulations on your oathtaking Senator Trillanes!!! This is Yuko from Tokyo. Hinahanda na namin ang visit mo sa Japan. We’ll ask some parliamentarians here to initiate the move!!!

  22. xanadu - June 29, 2007 11:10 pm

    Katulad nang isinulat ko sa kabila, kahit anong kabulastugan ang gawin ng ibang senador, bahala sila sa buhay nila. Basta para sa atin, habang nandyan si Sen. Trillanes, tuloy ang laban! Si Gloria ang puntirya ng laban.

    Lalo sigurong naging badaf itong si Zubiri sa mga tirada ni Sen. Trillanes. Tumbok na tumbok at palagay ko, nagpapalahaw sa iyak si Zubiri. Guilty feeling siya kaya nananakot na magdedemanda. Neknek niya. Hindi na niya kayang takutin ang isang apat na taon nang nakakulong.

  23. ystakei - June 29, 2007 11:11 pm

    kapal talaga ni zubiri! cheat! cheat! cheat!

    Walanghiya rin ano? Ano ba iyan? Demonyo? Huwag tantanan ang baklang iyan! Murahin ang ungas hanggang sa matauhan. Baka naman may natitira pang kahihiyan maliban na lang siguro kung talagang semento na ang kawalanghiyaan ng demonyong ito!

  24. skip - June 29, 2007 11:12 pm

    “You should hear what they say about you, “cheat,” “cheat.”
    They say, they say you never never never ever been true. (cheat cheat)”

    - Lennon-McCartney, “Baby It’s You”

    I hope they play this full blast at rallies. That and “Modelong Charing”

  25. xanadu - June 29, 2007 11:13 pm

    Ang ibang mga senador, tabi na muna kayo. Kay Sen. Trillanes ngayon nakatingin ang sambayanang Pilipino. Bawat bitiw niya ng pangungusap ay pinakikinggan at tinatandaan sapagkat may subtansiya at diretso ang layunin. Walang pasikot-pasikot na English na hindi naman tumitimo sa puso’t damdamin ng mga mamamayan. Mga senador na iniisip lang ay sariling kapakanan, tabi na muna kayo. Baka madamay kayo sa Trillanes Tsunami.

  26. Sampot - June 29, 2007 11:14 pm


    This is how Tribune’s N. Cacho-Olivarez compares the two Cavaliers…

    Trillanes certainly appears to want to make a big difference in the Senate and will seek all means to bring all that should be exposed to the public — and he can hardly be made to shut up by his colleagues in the Senate.

    He may just make the soldiers very proud of him, as he has not even asked for bail, merely to be allowed to attend Senate sessions and be returned to the brig.

    This way, Trillanes may be showing that even as he is now a senator, he will not leave any of the Magdalo officers to suffer, without him suffering with them.

    Others have not been that concerned over their fellow rebels, leaving them in a lurch and getting away scot-free.

  27. Chabeli - June 29, 2007 11:17 pm

    In my opinion, the 11 Million votes of Senator Trillanes were LOYAL votes. Those who voted for Senator Trillanes could not have been paid – he didn’t have much to do that. Unexplainable, but this is the Trillanes phenomenon.

    Zubiri CAN NOT say the same for himself. He does NOT COMMAND a solid vote. Zubiri got, what I term as “Filler Votes” – voters who vote for a particular candidate just to fill up their ballots. Parang pasang awa lang yata ito si Zubiri. Napaka desperado nga lang ang dating.

  28. xanadu - June 29, 2007 11:18 pm

    Kung tuluyang umupo sa senado si Honorable Senator Daya, lalo lamang siyang magiging katawa-tawa sa paningin ng balana. Hindi magiging maganda ang kanyang mga araw sa senado dahil tuwina, ang nasa isip ng sinuman ay wala siyang karapatang humawak ng isang pwestong hindi naman para sa kanya. Katulad ng amo niyang si Gloria, pareho na silang magiging garapal. Ang kakapal ng face.

  29. xanadu - June 29, 2007 11:27 pm


    Filler votes for Zubiri, yes, that’s right. Maybe they’re thinking of Diana Zubiri, the actresss.

    But for me, I would like to think those votes were filled in by few hands, by terrified people watched by heavily armed men, by the hands of the school children who eere forced to do it and thumbmarked by the paws of cats, dogs, what have you. The votes were filled in under banana trees as revealed by the teachers who risked their lives to tell what’s happening over in Maguindanao. And when Musa Dimasaling was asked to sign for its authencity, he was shot dead, for dead man tell no tales. Those were the votes for Zubiri.

  30. Diego K. Guerrero - June 29, 2007 11:36 pm

    I want to monitor blow by blow account in the Senate floor. Hello Gloria, hello Esperon bilang na ang maliligayang araw ninyo. Wala na kayo sa puwesto sa taon 2013. Weather weather lang.

    “If we want to serve the country, we have to get rid of Gloria Arroyo”. Senator Antonio Trillanes IV

    Excerpts from Daily Tribune
    Trillanes at the same time advised Armed Forces Chief of Staff Gen. Hermogenes Esperon Jr. to seek a government post after his retirement to avoid the summons from the legislative hearings of his involvement in the alleged May 2004 nationwide election cheating.
    Esperon is set to retire on Feb. 28, 2008. Trillanes’ term beyond 2010.
    Trillanes said he and some opposition senators have gathered testimonies by witnesses and documentary evidence of alleged vote-rigging, not only in Maguindanao province but in other areas as well.
    According to Trillanes, Esperon can invoke Executive Order (EO) 464 until he retires and it is better for him to line up and apply for a new position if he wants to invoke it.

  31. jojovelas2005 - June 30, 2007 12:01 am

    Malamang may alam si Trillanes sa cheating sa Maguindanao kaya ganoon na lang ang nasambit niya…galit kasi si Trillanes sa mga taong cheater. Obvious naman may dayaan sa Maguindanao.

    “Maguindanao has 212,795 registered voters, with 198,912 people casting their votes, the documents showed.” — masyadong mataas ang turn out ng voters despite na nakakatok bumoto talagang may magic ng nangyari.

  32. ystakei - June 30, 2007 12:05 am


    Sinabi mo pa kaya mahal namin/natin si Senator Trillanes. Iyan ang may yagbols!!!

    I second the motion when Senator Trillanes described Zubiri as a cheat! Zubiri is a cheat! Alam naman ng lahat ng mga pilipino na daya ang mga boto sa Maguindanao. Bakit niya pinipilit na panalo siya with those cheated votes? Gago din ano? Bakit ba gusto niyang makaupo kahit alam niyang nandadaya siya!!!

    Dahil ba sa hindi niya mababawi ang inabono niya kung hindi siya ideklarang panalo? Cheat! Cheat! Cheat!

  33. xanadu - June 30, 2007 12:06 am


    Barring unforseen events, Esperon is out by Feb. 2008, Gloria is out by June 2010 and Sen. Trillanes is still at the Senate until June 2013.

    But if Sen. Trillanes will have his way, the sooner the better for Gloria to be out the earliest possible time and so goes with Esperon.

    Gloria knows about this as her actions revealed it. To perpeturte in power, her latest action is what we call Divide and Rule. It’s being done in the Bastusang Pambansa with the infighting between JDV and Cong. Garcia of Cebu for the Speakership. In the Senate, a clear maneuevering is surfacing through backdoor politicking. Her minions will vote for Villar so that it will appear, Villar is pro-admin leaving the opposition who won in the recent elections as the loser. But my take is that even if Villar becomes the Senate President with his eyes focused to 2010 presidential elections, he’s not for Gloria.

  34. Diego K. Guerrero - June 30, 2007 12:23 am

    Ang kaso sa Maguindanao ay double jeopardy at double murder. At saka over-cooked Lutong Makaw. Sa sobrang pandaraya ang kanilang mga numero ay hindi magkatugma. Dapat magreklamo si Chavit. Di ba nadaya siya recount. Sige Chavit, buweltahan mo si suwitik Abalos para matauhan. heheheehh!

  35. xanadu - June 30, 2007 12:23 am

    If we may recall, Sen. Villar got a mouthful from Sen. Trillanes when he visited Trillanes at his cell at Fort Bonifacio. Sen. Trillanes was apparently irked over reports of Sen. Villar courting Gloria’s senators to capture the Senate presidency as early sign of politicking. If Sen. Villar is hell-bent in his desire to run for president in 2010, I’m sure he is much aware that he cannot go against the Trillanes Tsunami.One false move by Sen.Viilar in taking issue with Sen. Trillanes will result to a disaster for him.

    More than ever, Sen. Trillanes has already created a mass-based support and it is something to be reckoned with not only by Sen. Villar but especially Gloria and her minions who are now looking somewhere to hide in case the Trillanes Tsunami came rampaging.

  36. xanadu - June 30, 2007 12:37 am


    Tama, ngayon lang natin mapupuri si Chavit if he will came out from hibernation after his ignominious and humiliating defeat by charging Comelec for cheating in the Maguindanao votes. Di ba galit na galit siya noon when some questioned his being No. 1 while he’s not from the area and not even a Muslim? He’s the 24th in the overall list, baka bumaba pa sa 25th matapos siyang maungusan ni Daya-na Zubiri. Hindi pwede kay Chabit ang ganyan. Kontento na nga sa 24th place, matatalo pa siya ni Victor Wood or Dr. Bautista? Sige Chavit, tulungan natin si Koko. Alam mo namang siya ang the real winner.

  37. Diego K. Guerrero - June 30, 2007 12:38 am

    My concern is the “sleeper cells’ in the GO-UNO. Let’s wait and see the outcome of senate presidency and chairmanship of major committees. I think Sen.Villar is sleeping with the enemy for some reasons. Gloria Arroyo will bet in two horses in 2010 presidential race. She probably supports Noli De Castro and Manny Villar at the same time. Gloria needs protection after out of power.

  38. Elvira Sahara - June 30, 2007 12:40 am

    Gustong maging senador even through dayaan! Tita Migz really fits the title to a T! Hi, Senator Daya na

    Sige, magsama kayong mga dayaan!!!
    Dapat na talagang umpisahan ang Tsunami diyan! Aba, another panggagao na naman ito!

    Ellen, kung nandiyan lang ako, sasama ako sa rally against this cheaters! Willing din akong mag-donate para pangmiryenda ng mga rallyista.

  39. skip - June 30, 2007 1:01 am

    Zubiri, think hard. Are you really sure you can stand being in the same room everyday with someone who has vowed to go after crooks like you?

    Baka mawala ang yabang mo at bigla kang magpa-kendeng kendeng dun.

    Girl, take a hint — you’d be totally miserable and out of place in the Senate.

    Wag mo na ambisyunin, ineng.

  40. Diego K. Guerrero - June 30, 2007 1:27 am

    How can Senator Daya-an Zubiri walks head high at all times in the Senate hall? There is no pride and honor in cheating. Anyway, it’s okay to walk in high heels and heads down to avoid slip-over accident. Siyempre, pa-kendeng kendeng kung may mga macho.

  41. parasabayan - June 30, 2007 1:44 am

    The win of Ate Migs will definitely be a good addition to the already voluminous cases of cheating that Trillianes will address in the Senate.

    I watched Migs’dad delivering a speech( he is the governor of Bukidnon) and now I know where this senator wannabe got his ways. Sabi ng dad niya ni hindi man lang daw niya kilala and mga Ampatuans. Lying cheat! Maybe they were even playing poker every week for all we know para lutuin ang mga boto ni Migs.

    This now explains the Bedol moro-moro sarsuela to stall time so the cheating operators had all the time to do the “WORK”. Abalaos and company cooked up the Cocs. I wonder if there were any paper trails on the lost bundles of documents stolen from the bodega of the Kumolek? Maybe the same stolen stuff were used for the “revised” cocs changing Sabit Swingson’s topping the list with that of Zubiri. Smooth cheating operators talaga itong mga Kumolek Komisyoners. Job well done na naman for the tiyanak. The Kumolek waited for all the election returns to be counted with just a few districts appearing to be having troubles with the canvassing (picking Maguindanao as the wild card-because traditionally it was the home of the hocus focus in previous elections)then altering all the cocs making sure that Zubiri will gather more than enough votes to topple Koko. I wonder how many of the thumb prints and signatures on the cocs were obatained at gun point? I wonder if there is a way to check on the lifestyles and promotions of each and everyone of the signatories. Koko, this would be a good project for you, to check on the election supevisors and canvassers who affixed their signatures on the manufactured cocs in Maguindanao. LOOK FOR THE BOOT AND REWARDS given by the tiyanak and her dirty operators!

    It just made me wonder why Koko went to the Supreme Court empty handed with proofs of the rigged elections in Maguindanao. Well, this may be his way of defending himself. Maybe this is just the way he plays his cards. Afterall he is a bar topnotcher! I am pretty sure he has an overall plan of uncovering the cheating operations in Maguindanao. Koko, it may be worth your while to join forces with the Cavaliers(Ping, Trillianes and Biazon) and of course your famous Dad in uncovering the cheating operations in Maguindanao. Track down all the leads. Double check on the authenticity of the signatures and thumbmarks of each individual signatories. Baka naman puro falsified lang ang mga iyan. Madali lang bumili ng ink pad, you know.

  42. meksens - June 30, 2007 1:45 am

    skip & DKG:

    Mawalang galang na po. Hinay-hinay lang po sa pagbalasa kay Zubiri. May marubdob lang po syang mithiin na mapatabi kay AT4 sa Senado kaya nagpapakamatay na makapasok sa 12. At saka sayang lang po ang high heels niyang pang senado kung hindi niya magagamit! Regards po sa lahat.

  43. rose - June 30, 2007 1:49 am

    If at the end the Magic Wand of Abalos will proclaim the Dayang dayang of Maguindanao Me Gal So Very as Senator(Ah?)at makasama si Trillanes sa sessions- hindi na yan pakendeng-kendeng- tutwwid at baka mag-enroll ba sa Military School. Ano na nga yong kantang “Paruparong Bukid”? May paneta ba siya- Oy…at saka lalakad ng pakendeng kendeng..” Maaiba ako. I read that Bedol is being treated for cataract? Lumabo nga ang mata niya kaya na nakaw yong Election Returns. I don’t wish him ill- but huwag ka nang mag bulagbulagan at baka ikaw ay matuluyanng mabulag at ang mata mo ay malaglag. Tell the Truth!

  44. rose - June 30, 2007 1:55 am

    This song is for Dayang dayan Me gal so VEry: cheat-che ret cheat Alibangbang..

  45. xanadu - June 30, 2007 2:23 am


    Ang bagay na kanta dyan kay Daya-na Zoo viri girl ay hindi na ang paru-parung bukid. May bago na, PARU-PARONG BUKING..Tapos, susundan noong sinabi mo, cheat-che ret cheat, alibang-bang, itong zubiri, parang tandang. Tsura ng pagmumukha!

  46. skip - June 30, 2007 2:27 am


    That’s exactly what I’m saying :) How can Zubiri get any work done in the Senate when he’d be acting like a lovestruck schoolgirl half the time?

    Sayang ibabayad ng taumbayan dyan. Baka ubusin nyan ang maghapon kape-FLAMES ng Antonio at Miguel.

    He might have winged it in the House but he’s waaaaay out of his depth in this Senate.


  47. xanadu - June 30, 2007 2:53 am

    Lalong nagiging bukambibig ng mga tao si Sen. Trillanes sa tapang ng kanyang mga binitiwang salita sa kanyang panunumpa kahapon. Siya lamang ang consistent sa pagsasabing “If the country really wants to move forward, we have to get rid of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.”

    Biro mo nga naman, ilang oras lang siyang nakalabas sa kulungan para manumpa, una niyang nabanatan si Zubiri na dapat magkaroon ng konsensiya na huwag tanggapin ang pagka senador at ayaw niya itong makasama sa senado ang isang produkto ng pandaraya. Tapos, binanatan din niya si Gloria sa pamamagitan ng pagsasabing dapat ituloy ang imbestigasyon sa nangyaring dayaan noong 2004 election. Ayon kay Trillanes, minsan nang nagoyo ni Mrs. Arroyo ang sambayanang Pilipino noong 2004 elections kung saan nagdulot ng pagkahati-hati ng mamamayan kaya’t makatwiran lamang na papanagutin ang mga sangkot dito.

    Bawat salita ni Sen. Trillanes ay nakakarating sa masang Pilipino. Kung noong eleksiyon ay nagkaroon siya ng labing isang milyong boto, ibilang ang pamilya ng mga ito, mahigpit nang 40 milyong Pilipino ang kaagapay ni Sen. Trillanes. At dumarami pa!

  48. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 3:33 am

    If someone calls me a CHEAT when I’m not one, I’d blast his mouth with a shotgun. Filing a libel case is simply, well, feminine.
    I can’t imagine myself in the Senate for SIX YEARS, being called a CHEAT by my colleagues and their staff and laugh behind my back. Even the title “Senator” isn’t worth all that trouble.

    There’s still time, Tita Migz, even women can have balls, you know.
    “Senator Daya-Na Zubiri” will go down in history books, and believe me, it wouldn’t help keeping those volumes in your closet where you keep your skeletons.

    And by the way, Tita Migz, your kids are YOURS, aren’t they?
    Yuko, calling Me-Gal So Very as “GAGO” is, to say the least, inappropriate. He is going to become a Senator soon.

    Use “GAGA” instead.
    I agree 100% that disregarding the Maguindanao CoC is not tantamount to disenfranchising the whole electorate of the province.

    It could have only disenfranchised Lintang Bedol, and no one else.
    Now I understand why Bedol is armed to the teeth.

    Not that he is afraid of the PNP or AFP whose sitting and retired chiefs like Esperon and Lomibao were his partners in the 2004 cheating for Gloria, nor of Abalos and his commissioners, but he is quivering in fear of CHAVIT SINGSON!

    Bedol’s handiwork, giving Chavit the top slot, was the only saving grace left for Chavit to boost his self-esteem, but now that it’s gone, he courts Chavit’s murderous rage.

    Kahit ako yun, magtatago na ako!

  49. Valdemar - June 30, 2007 3:35 am

    Trillanes’ four years in seclusion with inhuman rights cannot compare with the 9 years or so of government service behind Zubiri. But which made a man?

  50. Chona - June 30, 2007 4:12 am

    just want to know…. the truth… for once.
    i’m really confused at mig zubiri’s gender. is he gay or bi-sexual? is his wife just for show? it was rumored that vina morales broke up with him coz he was bi-sexual. can anyone validate this for me? in case he “wins”…. i want to know my senator/senatress???
    just wondering….innocent chona.

  51. xanadu - June 30, 2007 4:23 am


    For being innocent on Migz sexuality, let’s put this way. Because he has a wife, he’s a guy. We can’t confirm if he’s really gay, but there are rumors that he is. If it’s true, he could be called badaf, babae dapat. For now, he’s in the category of ac-dc. Ask your electrician what that means. If he’s sworn in as a senator courtesy of Comelec, you can just call him/her Sen. Daya-na Zubiri.

  52. rose - June 30, 2007 4:23 am

    Dayang dayang- Me Gal So Very- here is another song for you- “You’re Cheating Heart, will make you weep, you’ll cry and cry and try to sleep… But sleep won’t come..” Itable mo na lang yong kaibigan mo at uminom ng bourbon at whisky, at lambanog…I don’t wish you ill but- baka pagnamatay ka- dilat ang mata mo. Huwag na man. Sabi nga “be a man” kung hindi puede..change and tell the truth for once in your life- after all they say a woman can be fickle.

  53. paquito - June 30, 2007 4:31 am

    I-proclaim na si Atty. Koko Pimentel!
    Si Zubiri, isu-sue raw si Sen. Trillanes? Para saan? Dahil sinabihan sya nang mandaraya? Totoo naman ah! Warshock raw si Sen Trillanes, kitang-kita mo sa expression ng mukha ni Zubiri na syay may alam sa dayaan sa Maguindanao. At kapag sya ang pinalabas ng mga tanga-comolec na senador, rally ang katapat nya ika nga ni ma’am ellen. Si FPJ nga last 2004 sa Mindanao e zero(0) as in walang boto.
    Reminder to Zubiri: Mahiya ka naman sa aming mga mamamayan, sa bayan, sa mga taga Mindanao—alam naman namin na dinaya lang yang halalan dyan. Si Atty. Koko ang tunay na hala ng bayan hindi ikaw Zubiri. Bigyan mo naman ng dangal ang pamilya mo, ang mga anak mo–magsisilaki ang mga anak mo at malalaman na mandaraya pala ang tatay ko tulad ni Gloria. Nakakahiya!!!
    Mabuhay ka Sen. Trillanes, ikaw ang salamin ng bayan sa henerasyong ito.
    At yon naman mga taga GO na liliban sa administrasyon, magisip-isp kayo—alalahanin nyo GO=Genuine Opossition. Nakakahiya na ang pinoy sa ibayong dagat, at alam natin na sina Sen. Trillanes at Atty. Koko ang magsasalba sa kanila.

  54. xanadu - June 30, 2007 4:44 am


    Masabi mo ang mga taga GO na liliban sa administrasyon, basahin natin ang tinuran ni Loren Legarda: “Hindi tayo patatawarin ng tao kung matapos nilang iboto ang oposisyon, e ipamigay pa natin sa administrasyon and mayoriya. Kung sino ang nanalo, siya pang talo.”

    Talagang hindi kayo patatawarin. Patitiwarikin kayo. Sige, lumarga kayo sa kabila, hindi namin kayo kailangan. andyan naman si Sen. Trillanes.

  55. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 4:54 am

    Pilya ka ha. “Is he GAY or Bi-sexual?”, you asked. Doesn’t leave much of a choice, huh?

    “Can anyone validate this for me?” Validated!

    “Suck and take the female role” kamo? Eeeew! Anak, yung Varemoid, dali!

  56. xanadu - June 30, 2007 5:06 am

    Maganda itong ruling ng Court of Appeals sa kaso ni Pasay City Mayor Trinidad. It says Trinidad’s dismissal rendered moot by re-election. It means, he is now free of administrative liability in relation to alleged anomalous garbage contract the city entered into in 2005. The CA said the electorate voted the mayor back into office with full knowledge of his life and character, including his past misconduct. Then such re-election is considered a condonation of his past misdeeds.

    If we will go by with this court ruling, it could also favorably apply to the case of Sen. Trillanes. He’s being elected nationwide is an affirmation that what he did by joining Oakwood Mutiny is recognized by the people to be true. It’s a not a mere condonation as in the case of Mayor Trinidad because that no decision has been made on his case inspite of languishing in jail for four years. He campaigned on the issue that made him joined the Oakwood mutiny, graft and corruption and the removal of Gloria Arroyo from Malacanang. He pursued this line all the time not wavering any minute. The precedence of Mayor Trinidad being exonerated should be the primary consideration by the court hearing his case to immediately decide in freeing Sen. Trillanes.

  57. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 5:11 am

    Isang araw sa Senado:

    Tita Migz : I will file a libel suit against Trillanes for calling me a CHEAT!

    Jamby : Gaga, ang dinig ko CHEAP hindi CHEAT!

    Loren : Bruha, ako naman dinig ko CHIC!

    Tita Migz : Okay, Papa Sonny, no more libel suit. Birthday suit na lang, gusto mo?

  58. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 5:31 am

    You beat me in my turf! That IS good news! Peewee has a lot to celebrate about. He actually belittles his opponents for using perjured witnesses and dummy complainants as they do not have the guts to file those cases by themselves. It’s sick enough that those who were part of it were the Cuneta councilors, a husband-and-wife tandem, who dumped him as soon as they were shown the color of money by IpDye’s protege, and even joined the other camp as witnesses.

    The benevolent Peewee however, out of respect for the Cuneta patriarch, still carried the ex-mayor’s son-in-law, Kiko, despite Kalbo’s traitor son and wife.

    In the case of AT4, you’re right, Judge Oca Pimentel should take his cue from this CA decision.

  59. xanadu - June 30, 2007 5:48 am

    Tongue T

    I know you’re quite well versed in Pasay’s happenings based on your previous post but I can’t help but to be happy and excited with Peewee’s good fortune kaya inunahan na kita. I met him once sa Pansol resort on a family outing and he struck me as a down to earth man. Kahit hindi kami magkakilala, parang kausap niya ako as one of his friends. But I’m doubly excited because his case might be one of legal jurisprudence that maybe cited in coming out with a favorable decision to Sen. Trillanes case. Parang vox populi, vox dei, di ba Sir?

  60. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 6:33 am

    Good job, xanadu. It will truly be beneficial to the case (and cause!) of AT4, fresh jurisprudence such as this.

    You can’t go wrong with Peewee, he’s well-loved and respected here. His number of inaanaks is one for Guiness. Very much unlike his predecessors who’d probably also make Guiness by the number of inanakan!

    Actually, I’ve just arrived from a short vacation of sorts and I’m dying to see today’s papers. A short break from Phil politics is a well deserved respite, I should recommend. Especially if you look now at what you’re going back to. Grabe!

    Yes, vox populi vox Dei it is, and I had been very vocal about it and dare repeat it here, the single complainant group represented by 11 million signatories in the extant case “People of the Philippines versus Antonio Trillanes IV” have effectively executed an affidavit of desistance and therewith have caused the immediate withdrawal of the case against respondent.

    Free Trillanes now!

  61. mami_noodles - June 30, 2007 6:49 am

    Zubiri will sue Trillanes?

    Maybe it means he will su.. him…..
    or isu-su.. niya….

    But anyway, I would like to show my admiration for Sen. Trillanes for his fighting spirit and fiery idealism…

  62. TonGuE-tWisTeD - June 30, 2007 7:01 am

    A small glimmer of hope is keeping the optimist in me very much excited.

    - Comelec has finally dismissed Cookie Yatco (Abalos’ son-in-law) petition for failure of elections in Biñan.

    - Grace Padaca, who hang by a thread for weeks was finally proclaimed reelected Governor despite the protests of her nemesis.

    - Comelec also junked the petition of Malacañang-favored Edwin Ermita, paving way for the long-postponed proclamation of Mark Leviste as Ate Vi’s Vice.

    Comelec is on a roll, and it won’t be far-fetched that even if they canvassed Maguidanao, they already know Koko’s lead stays however slim.

    The pessimist in me, however, says Gloria has dictated Abalos to junk all administration protests and proclaim all winning opposition candidates, well, except for Koko Pimentel. They wouldn’t want new elections held in these three areas where Koko’s lead could even be strengthened further and make him win pulling away. They need Zubiri in there to swing the Senate Presidency over to Villar.


  63. Emilio_OFW - June 30, 2007 7:24 am

    Baklase talaga itong si Tita Migz! Hilig magpa-interview lalo na sa mga kasamahan niya dati sa ABS-CBN. Akala ko ay uulitin niya muli iyong well-known statement niya na: “Dahan-dahan siya ng pagsasalita dahil wala pa siyang amnesty!” Tita Migz, immunity po hindi amnesty. Gaga!

  64. ystakei - June 30, 2007 11:02 am


    I agree with Senator Trillanes. The criminal should be out of the Philippines sooner than 2010. This woman is proving to be worse than Marcos that even the son of Ninoy Aquino now admits.

    This creep should be removed by all means, for she has turned the country upside down and the system corrupted but hopefully not beyond redemption.

    Let us, who love the Philippines still, make sure that it does not turn into another Afghanistan and Iraq with all these talks about the Americans now willing to run after the NPAs and the Abus even when they are supposed to be domestic problems!!!

    Americans have already done a lot of damage to the Philippines, but of course, it is not all the fault of the Americans. Japan, in fact, was put under US administration till the early 50′s and the US tried its best to put Japan under its heels till the 60′s but the Japanese had more self-respect, I guess, to demand that the Americans do as the Japanese do in Japan, not insist on US supremacy even when the US has depended on Japan for financial, etc. help in its conquer of the world especially in recent years!!!

  65. ystakei - June 30, 2007 11:05 am

    …”What I have mentioned here are just FEW of the many crimes this criminal and her cahoots have been committing against the people of the Philippines.”…

  66. cocoy - June 30, 2007 11:31 am

    Who’s gonna blame Trillanes if he don’t want to tag along with the cheaters? Dayana Subiri must not ask Sonny not to give him a benefit of a doubt, unless he himself doubt his winning. Arguing the statement of Trillanes and threatening to sue him,Aba! Subiri mag-isip isip ka, the law requires proof by a preponderance of evidence ,is like telling the 12 million people who voted Trillanes that they doesn’t have a lot of solid evidence that he is a party of cheaters, Ulol! Nagtago na nga si Bedol.It’s not the law that allows BUT WHAT JUSTICE REQUIRES that compels Trillanes to act on behalf of his team buddy Koko na walang iwanan sa pansitan.Pag katulad ni Trillanes ang kasama ko sa combat kahit na isang battalion pa ng Abu Sayaff ang kalaban hindi ako uurong sa laban.–Dayana Subiri,MATE,ka na!

  67. ystakei - June 30, 2007 12:11 pm

    This- Trillanes vows probe on GMA’s poll fraud, to work for ouster- I definitely support. No one should believe the lies of the creep that she is willing to grant amnesty to all, even the hardened criminals at the state prison!!! Susmaryosep!

  68. Sampot - June 30, 2007 12:22 pm


    Si Dayana Sovery ay member ng kinatatakutang asosasyon… KGB.

    Kung Gabi Bakla!

  69. ystakei - June 30, 2007 12:30 pm

    1. ok, mr. zubiri, sue trillanes and then prove to us that you are not part of the cheating. concerned citizens of the philippines, btw, are ready with proofs of the cheating kahit na ipadukot pa ninyo lahat ang mga witnesses! cheat! cheat! cheat! concede!
    btw, some unseen hands have made sure that zubiri does not dislodge koko pimentel from 12th place. laki ng nagagawa talaga ng dasal! i’m actually not interested in knowing what this zubiri and his fellow cheats are up to do still, but in what the lord above will do to make sure that koko pimentel stays, because koko will definitely be a good senator with senator trillanes. now, maybe, hudasan will also be able to work better with a definitely real qualified lawyer. topnotcher yata sa bar si koko!
    go koko go! i know god is on your side! it’s really amazing that he still is able to stay in 12th place despite the attempt to replace him with the binabae!!! ang gulo ng ungas na zubiri! he should not allow to get to the senate! sipain din ang ungas na iyan!

  70. ystakei - June 30, 2007 12:32 pm



    OK iyan a! :-)

  71. Sampot - June 30, 2007 12:42 pm

    There are only two individuals that i’ve thrown my 100% trust on anybody in public service today – AT4 and the retirable Nene Pimentel.

    Maliwanag pa sa sikat ng araw that these guys are INCORRUPTIBLE.

    I hope AT4 will continue to lead us in National Cleansing because that is the only way we can move forward and not the “amnesty” that this Bogus Presidency is shitting about.

  72. Sampot - June 30, 2007 12:47 pm

    Oh, Yuko, tigilan mo ng kakatawa baka mapautot ka pa…

  73. Sampot - June 30, 2007 12:54 pm

    Amnesty raw for the “Enemies of the State”… di ba sina GLUEria and Co. yon?

  74. ystakei - June 30, 2007 1:05 pm


    You bet! Napautot ako!!! :-P

    Anyway, talaga si Trillanes at Nene Pimentel parehong incorruptible! Kaya gusto ko rin ideklara na rin si Koko para makapagtrabaho na sila ng husto.

    I-challenge dapat si Legarda to start the movement to protect Koko’s position. Hindi komo deklarado na sila, wala na silang pakialam. These GO senators should now prove they did not just took advantage of the name Genuine Opposition, tapos ally pala sila ni Pandak!!!

    I hope Escudero has not prostituted his principles for any help he might have received from his ninang, not even try to accept any favor from her!!! Huwag niyang sirain ang pangalan ng lolo niya!

  75. ystakei - June 30, 2007 1:08 pm

    Grammatical error, sorry! This should read: These GO senators should now prove they did not just TAKE advantage of the name Genuine Opposition, tapos ally pala sila ni Pandak!!!

  76. cocoy - June 30, 2007 1:51 pm

    It is annoying that some of the politician we place our trust are the one who fooled the people in using the GO vehicle to get them where they are now belong. Here we go again with the broad smear of “politician” without bothering to define the term, I think the more accurate word to define them is “Demagogues” a leader who makes use of popular prejudices and false claims and promises in order to gain power. In Batangas and in Mindoro–,Dimagago!

  77. Mrivera - June 30, 2007 2:13 pm

    first submitted was the COC where swabit swingson topping the maguindanao poll results but right after bedol the leech declared that documents under his care were lost it was the COC containing the name of michelle tsugiri on the top list, yet the COMOLEC proceeded in its canvassing.

    is it not an outright fooling and trampling of the electorates’ souverign rights? is it not showing that abalaos would go beyond what his office as well as his capacity as COMOLEC share-man is mandated by law only to serve the greedy purpose of his cheat master?

    daring the peoples’ patience?

  78. zen2 - June 30, 2007 2:22 pm

    ang GASPANG ng maniobrahan ng mga kampon ni Abalos, Zubiri, et al sa Maguindanao:

    1)ang boto (kuno!) ni Migz, by simple process of division against the registered voters, ay magbibigay ng whooping voters turnout na 93% ?!! (a national record)

    2)kung sasabihin ng Comelec na merong ding botante ang hindi bumoto kay Migz, ibig sabihin ay 100% ang tunay na voters turnout ?!!

    ang lupit naman ng display ng kaBOBOhan ng mga nagpapatakbo ng Comolec…

    ano ang sasabihin ni Sabit Singson, dati siya ang # 1 duon, ngayon hindi na? :)

  79. Mrivera - June 30, 2007 2:25 pm

    so many errors in my post. bahala na kayong magkolek, este magkorek!

  80. kulitus - June 30, 2007 4:37 pm

    so far after bilangin ang maguindanao, lamang pa rin si koko kay tita ganda. kaya siguro tumigil muna ang comelec. pag aralan muna nila ang dagdag/bawas para pag binilang ang remaining votes eh manalo na si tita ganda.

    kataka-taka din na naging number 2 bigla si singson sa maguindanao. nag no. 1 si tita ganda bigla. baka dati pati agimat ni singson eh nabilang na na-kontra ngayon ng kagandahan ni tita. ohmygoodness!

  81. Mrivera - June 30, 2007 5:33 pm

    Time for changes


    Ninez Cacho-Olivares


    ………….. Trillanes’ answer was pretty candid and direct to the point. Trillanes called them hypocrites and harked back to the impeachment trial of then sitting president Joseph Estrada where the then opposition senators were part of the oust Erap conspiracy and were clearly not the impartial senator-judges they had sworn to be.

    Why, they, senator-judges already, were even meeting up with Chavit Singson and his lawyers, along with the House prosecutors, no doubt figuring out ways and means to manufacture more evidence against Erap.

    Trillanes certainly appears to want to make a big difference in the Senate and will seek all means to bring all that should be exposed to the public — and he can hardly be made to shut up by his colleagues in the Senate.

    He may just make the soldiers very proud of him, as he has not even asked for bail, merely to be alllowed to attend Senate sessions and be returned to the brig.

    This way, Trillanes may be showing that even as he is now a senator, he will not leave any of the Magdalo officers to suffer, without him suffering with them.

    Others have not been that concerned over their fellow rebels, leaving them in a lurch and getting away scot-free.

    sapul na, bull’s eye pa!

  82. Mrivera - June 30, 2007 5:45 pm

    sa huwad na pamahalaan ni gloria MAKAGARAPAL arroyo, ISANG NAPAKALAKING KASALANAN ang pagsasabi ng totoo, pagbubulgar ng mga katiwaliang kinasasangkutan ng mga kurakot na pulitiko at gabinete gayundin ang pagtuturo at pagkilala sa mga berdugong kumikidnap, nagpapahirap at pumapatay sa mga tumutuligsa sa mapang-aping pamahalaan ng mang-aagaw, sinungaling at mandarayang pangulo daw ng bansa!

  83. luzviminda - June 30, 2007 8:46 pm

    eh maski anong sabihin ni dayana zubiri eh hindi mawawala sa isipan ng mga tao na siya ay nandaya at magiging pekeng senador pag iniupo ng kumolek. truly our kumolek should be abolished and put the instituttions under investigation because they intentionally did not perform their duty to safeguard the sanctity of the ballots. and if the supreme court will not act on the complaints of koko pimentel who is only after clean and honest election then …the supreme court is also in connivance with kumolek and the cheats in descrating the electoral integrity and trampling our democracy!!!

  84. luzviminda - June 30, 2007 9:15 pm

    obvious naman na ang mga ‘magkakaibang’ resulta at mga dokumento ay mga questionable at walang integridad para isama sa official na bilang ng mga boto. at kung questionable ay hindi nagre-refelrct ang tunay na boto ng mga tao. at obvious din na kasama sa pandaraya ang kumolek. kailangan interbyuhin ng media ang mga tao duon at ilabas ang tunay na mga pangyayari. kaya nga may mga specific na proseso sa pagboto, pagbilang at pangangalaga ng mga dokumento ay dahil sa kahalagahan ng bawat boto ng mamamayan na dapat ay kumolek ang unang mangangalaga! kumolek has become a cheating institution!

  85. Mrivera - June 30, 2007 9:53 pm

    luz, tunay ka diyan, kaka! ang komolek ay kabilang sa pinakamabisang makinarya ng malakanyang upang huwag matsugi ang mga iskwater doon!

  86. ystakei - June 30, 2007 10:05 pm


    I told my barkada my real feelings for the other candidates of GO, but I’ll be frank with you now. I actually endorsed only Trillanes, and my staff centered our campaign for GO on him because they knew my feelings for the other members of the group.

    I had heard a lot about the courage and bravery of Escudero’s grandfather and thought that he would live up to his name and fame, but when I saw him doing lovey-dovey with the criminal prior to the election, I kind of become skeptical. I just did not want to be thought of as being a kill joy.

    I sympathized with Alan Cayetano and why I likewise endorsed him in this blog although frankly speaking I was not keen about his father, who aligned with the criminal at the palace by the murky river. I hope he is not aligning now with the creep himself.

    Anyway, I am grateful to God that Senator Trillanes remains true to the people who voted for him so he can remove the creeps, and to himself, and most of all to God. He must have enougn faith in God to be naming his children likewise after those Biblical character of exceptional qualities like Seth, who was a perfect man.

    So now, you know, that actually dalawa lang ang gusto ko sa GO!!! None among the TU because I thought that people who can connive with the criminals at the palace by the murky river must be as immoral and crooked. I don’t know much about the others, so I was not likewise keen on promoting any of them.

    Oh, yes, I also wanted Koko Pimentel to win because I know him and his father to be honest to goodness good people, but I was not as worried about his candidacy as I was about Senator Trillanes. I was hoping he would get to at least 6th place then. I was hoping Filipinos would be wiser voters not to vote for Angara and Joker Arroyo!!!

    So, now you know.

  87. Sampot - June 30, 2007 11:01 pm

    For those who have voted straight GO, don’t blame yourselves ’cause it’s not your fault. The likes of Trillanes is simply RARE.

  88. ystakei - June 30, 2007 11:08 pm

    Ellen’s report says, “Trillanes said Filipinos have suffered for tolerating the alleged illegitimacy of President Arroyo who is being accused of cheating in the 2004 presidential election.

    “We tolerated GMA regardless of her cheating, which all of us know and have confirmed. We heard it in the ‘Hello, Garci’ recordings. What will it bring to us? Only chaos and division,” he added.”

    Tribune’s report adds, “Trillanes said he does not want yet another official who was not elected by the people to sit in the Senate.”

    Iyan ang matino! What Trillanes feels is what all matinong Filipinos should be feeling right now. They should not be tolerating these criminals committing crimes against the people of the Philippines. Yehey! Filipinos should rally behind Senator Trillanes. Iyan ang tunay at walang vested interest and personal agenda. Even Lacson should emulate Senator Trillanes. Walang kaparis!

    God, thank you for Senator Trillanes!!! Iyong unano, please PATALSIKIN NA, NOW NA!!!

  89. Jadenlou - June 30, 2007 11:26 pm

    Concede na Tzubiri. Huwag mo nang hintayin ng magic ni Abalos. Kung may natitira pa kayong kahihiyan na pamilya, concede ka na. Hayan tuloy may nakakita pa na nakipag-dinner si abalos sa pamilya mo sa restaurant. Ano yan, humihingi si abalos ng datung may may magastos siya sa kanyang retirement. Holy cow! Onli en da Pilipens.

  90. skip - June 30, 2007 11:28 pm

    Nene: Abalos met with Zubiris after Friday’s canvassing

    Senate Minority Leader Aquilino “Nene” Pimentel Jr. on Saturday asked Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman Benjamin Abalos Sr. to resign for allegedly meeting with Team Unity’s Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri and his parents in Makati City after Friday’s canvassing of the controversial Maguindanao votes, TV Patrol World reported.


    Enough said.

  91. Jadenlou - June 30, 2007 11:36 pm

    straight to the point talaga kung bumanat si Trillianes. Truth and justice will be his guidelines in dealing all the cheats especially the big cheat in malakanyang. If I were him, i won’t be addressing her the president. Because I believed she only shoved herself to the Filipino people and the country. Sinusuka na nga siya ng mga tao pilit pa rin niyang isinisiksik ang kanyang sarili. Kung talagang may delikadeza rin siya, dapat noong lumabas ang Garci tape, umalis na siya. She totally ruin the integrity of the office of Presidency. Cheats doesn’t belong there.

  92. ystakei - June 30, 2007 11:50 pm


    Over in Japan, we vote only one person per position during local and national elections even when a district for example will require two or more representatives. It is simpler in fact and not confusing.

    Then, the high scorers get the available slots. It is made that simple because people here cannot afford to waste time, and definitely not their lives, on these politicians, because we vote for them to work for us, not us to idolize or treat them like royalties when they are elected the way these Filipino politicians think of themselves when they win as I guess is the reason why this looney Zubiri would like to grab the 12th slot now from Koko Pimentel.

    Our parliament has upper and lower houses equivalent to the Senate and Congress of the Philippines, and we can always go and talk to our representatives especially when they know that we have voted for them. Majority at least do not forget that they owe their positions to the people who have voted for them.

    Your description of Senator Trillanes as being “rare” I can understand, because he is one of a kind, but when we think of it, actually, it sounds pathetic that Filipinos do not have the luxury of having more deserving politicians, actually public servants, like Senator Trillanes and/or even Senator Pimentel.

    In Japan, we do have a lot of them serving us the way we have voted them to serve us. It is why Japan is what it is today, and why a lot many Japanese would prefer to stay in Japan than go overseas, and even when they go abroad, they come back to Japan “to die on the tatami!”

    Some INS personnel in the USA in fact has been telling me about the quota for Japanese to immigrate to the USA that not many Japanese would like to take advantage of. It is really not because people here are as patriotic as foreigners would like to think they are but that people here just feel that there is really no place like home, and to majority of Japanese, Japan is definitely HOME!!!

    When I meet these Filipinos who would rather stay in jail in Japan than go home to the Philippines, I cannot help but feel really sad. I feel really angry when I see Filipinos overstaying in Japan and appealing to the Japanese on TVs and radios to allow them and their children to stay in Japan; children who have been taught that it would be hell to go back to the Philippines! I feel angry at the Philippine Embassy likewise for deliberately encouraging them to overstay!!!

    Point is that these people cannot even be assimilated into the Japanese mainstream society because of language barrier, difference of customs and traditions, etc. It is really sad and pathetic!!!

  93. Diego K. Guerrero - July 1, 2007 12:12 am

    RE: Nene: Abalos met with Zubiris after Friday’s canvassing

    Why? Elections chief Abalos cannot say it just a coincidence. Baka COMOLEK siya ng advance payment for job well-done. The color of money speaks louder than true mandate of the people.

  94. masha - July 1, 2007 12:15 am


    ang balita ko rin KNB, that is, Kapag Nakainom Bakla.

  95. skip - July 1, 2007 12:33 am

    So they’ve dispensed with pretenses to propriety altogether.

    What are the odds that two high-profile personages in a national drama will find themselves by accident dining in the same table, in the same restaurant, at the same time?

    Statistically impossible.

    Aba’y garapalan na talaga. E bakit pa nga ba mahihiya e abala pa yon.

    How I’d love to line them all up against a wall and….

  96. we-will-never-learn - July 1, 2007 1:05 am

    They’re sinking!

  97. Sampot - July 1, 2007 1:06 am


    Marami akong kilalang ganyan. Magugulat ka na lang dahil pag nalasing, hahawak-hawakan ka na sa siko.


    Sarap bastrukin!

  98. Sampot - July 1, 2007 1:14 am


    Huwag kang mag-alala. Darating din tayo sa ganyang kalagayan. Ang matagal na nating hinihintay na mapagkatiwalaan, matalino, matapang at may integridad na lider ay nandito na.

    Huwag nating pabayaan na mag-isang makipaglaban sa mga nagtraydor sa Inang Bayan. Sa halip ay samahan natin hanggang sa ang dakilang layunin ay lubos na makamtan.

  99. Diego K. Guerrero - July 1, 2007 1:22 am

    It’s no longer a perception that Comelec Chairman Benjamin Abalos is playing partisanship in favor of Gloria Arroyo’s Team Unity senatorial candidate Miguel Zubiri. The Zubiri family meeting with Abalos in a Makati restaurant has finally confirmed he is favoring Miguel Zubiri. It’s like a trial judge who is handling a rape case and seen dining with the accused rapist in a classy restaurant. The damage is done and no amount press releases will repair his tarnished reputation. Chairman Abalos is a rapist of Philippines’ fragile democracy.
    Firing squad ang kapat ni Abalos at kanyang alipores.

  100. ystakei - July 1, 2007 1:29 am

    ABALOS RESIGN! SIPAIN ANG KENING BURI MONG IYAN! Iyang mga kagaya ni Abalos in fact ang sumisira sa reputation ng mga kapampangan and nagko-confirm ng reputation ng mga taga-Pampanga na dugong aso sila, traydor at hindi puedeng pagtiwalaan. Dapat ang mga kapampangan mismo ang magsipa sa mga ganitong kapampangan!!! Pagta-traydor ang ginagawa sa mga pilipino ng dugong-asong ito!!!

    PATALSIKIN NA, NOW NA! Di-hamak namang matino si Tancangco dito kay Abaloslos, but why are we not hearing louder voices to impeach this crook? Puede ba, dapat kung kurakot sinisipa!

  101. rose - July 1, 2007 3:31 am

    When will Chavit sing a song? Kumanta ka na.

  102. we-will-never-learn - July 1, 2007 7:33 am

    Can they still say that its only perception that Zubiri is a cheat, when this fool Abalos adjourns late Friday saying he’s feeling unwell then seen with a Zubiri family member meeting with Abalos meeting them in a Makati restaurant.
    The public have about all they can take from this fool of a clown Abalos and his thick skinned commissioners in his circus. The perception is that he’s stalling with the proceedings until he knows for sure the payment is on the table, err or under the table. Does this foll not realise that the whole world is watching his every move, and he will be called upon to give answers to serious questions in the not too distant future.
    This Comelec would do us all a favour by taking the payment from this family for the evil dirty deeds against the people then resign en bloc.
    We need another cheater as a senator to the government like a hole in the head. Zubiri should keep to what he does best, Sucker!
    Abalos the tide is a changing, believe me you old fool.

  103. rose - July 1, 2007 9:03 am

    Nag-sick call si Abalos but met Mrs. Zubiri by accident? sa restaurant? He was not feeling well but before going home dumaan muna sa Sangri la? Baka may inabot na regalo One mil/year anniversary 45 years daw. Mag kano kaya? Sa yaman niya puede na siya mag political asylum at mag kano mercano gaya ni Bolante.

  104. martina - July 1, 2007 9:17 am

    Mahihilig magdiskarte sa mga pagkakakitaan. Siguro nga hindi pa fully paid si Dayana kanya bitin din ang bilangan. Sa diskarte napakagaling nitong is kapal muks na Abaloslos, buking na nakaepoxy pa sa puwesto. Sa isang banda, walang manipis ang balat na tatagal sa admin ni tiyanak.

  105. skip - July 1, 2007 9:29 am

    What have we come to? There was a time even crooks would take pains to hide their deeds from the public eye.

    Well, not anymore. That Shangrila meeting was a brazen, in-our-face gesture if there ever was one. It’s their own little way of saying that they don’t give a flying fig about what any of us feel, as long as Zubiri gets the Senate seat.

    I’m saddened. I’m shocked. But mostly I am enraged. At least prostitutes peddle their wares under cover of darkness. Etong mga gagong ito sobra na ang pambabastos sa atin. Ni hindi na nakuhang mahiya. They take us all for stupid fools.

    Were it not for Ellen, my crispy “P.I. nyo!” would not be abbreviated.

  106. ystakei - July 1, 2007 9:37 am

    Sinabi mo pa Skip. I don’t actually say that anymore except in reference to the criminal squatting at the palace by the murky river. If not for Ellen, kanina pa ako nagmura. Kakakulo ng dugo!

  107. skip - July 1, 2007 9:45 am


    Hehe. Ang hirap magpigil no. How I’d love to bump into any of them nang makatikim naman sila ng malutong lutong na mura.

  108. ystakei - July 1, 2007 10:54 am


    When you get that chance, pakimura mo na rin ako! :-P

  109. rose - July 1, 2007 1:14 pm

    Tongue: “they need Zubiri to swing the vote for Villar? Ano pakembot kembot siya at pakendeng Kendeng? God forbid i proclaim siya ni Abalos pihado ako na magsa-sa-ya siya. Ano kayang color? Flaming red? shocking pink? or electric saka lalakad ng pakendeng kendeng…

  110. Ellen - July 1, 2007 3:01 pm

    Villar doesn’t need Zubiri to clinch the senate presidency. he has it all wrapped up. Read Lito Banayo’s columns:

    I feel sad.

  111. Ka Enchong - July 1, 2007 3:38 pm

    MS Tordesillas,

    Quite saddening… Then again, it aint’ over till it’s over. My ambivalence towards Senator Villar simply cannot be erased even if all the GO senators go for him. He may have outstanding business acumen, but, I don’t see where his heart really is. It’s just me, anyway.

  112. Mrivera - July 1, 2007 5:34 pm


    ano siya, paroparong BUKING?

  113. martina - July 1, 2007 9:07 pm

    Hayaan nating lumitaw ang mga tunay na color nitong sina Villar, Escudero at Cayetano.

    Si Pia ay nasa Admin, kaya i have no doubt na at least may influence si Pia sa kapatid, o pwedeng maging bridge builder siya between Allan and the fake president. Si Escudero naman posible din na mahikayat ng ninang niyang tiyanak. Si Villar naman ay may Wednesday Club. Magaling ang naging strategy nila na nagkahati-hati sila. Kung sino ang malakas o panalo, may kapit sila. Naonse na naman ang bayan. Tama si Banayo at Legarda, nanalo nga sila, pero talo rin.

    Dapat na manguna sa pagpapa-impeach kay Abaloslos ay itong si Cayetano dahil sa siya ang argabyado nuong pinayagan na kumandidato si Jojo Cayetano, pero parang walang balak. Parang napakatahimik nila mula ng manalo. Sa nababasa ko si Ping at Trillanes lamang ang may sinasabi, pero baka mali ako.

  114. Mrivera - July 2, 2007 5:16 pm

    ibig bang sabihin nito, nagoyo na naman tayo? kawawa talaga si tayo, ano? wala si tayong kadala dala. sobrang daling maniwala at kaybilis ding magtiwala.

    pero, ano’ng magagawa natin? ganyan talaga ang buhay parang LIFE.

    eniwey, una una lang ‘yan. darating din ang kanya kanyang takdang panahon. walang nabuhay nang habang ang mundo ay buhay.


    lord, ang tagal naman!

  115. AdeBrux - July 3, 2007 7:26 am

    Trillanes has got nothing to lose but lots to gain! I say, good on you man… go for it. Go for the jugular!

  116. AdeBrux - July 3, 2007 7:27 am


    So is there any truth to the rumour that Ducky Paredes is on the payroll now of Malacanang?

    I am gobsmacked to say the least!

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