What could spark military outrage

Immediately after last Friday’s 8-hour court martial hearing of the mutiny case against Maj. Gen. Renato Miranda and 27 other officers allegedly involved in the plan to withdraw support from Gloria Arroyo in February 2006, the members of the panel met with AFP Chief of Staff Hermogenes Esperon.

Esperon, the source said, was upset that no arraignment of the 28 officers took place. A member of the panel, the source said, told the AFP chief that much as they want to follow his timetable, it’s difficult for them to railroad the process. That would open them later to charges of violations of the law. They risk being subjected to court martial themselves for rendering unlawful judgment.

There were two issues that the panel had difficulty resolving and even necessitated a backroom conference with five defense lawyers. One was the motion of Atty. Homobono Adaza, counsel of Col. Ariel Querubin, to suspend trial for 45 days as a “cooling off” period considering the current volatile political situation.

“For all you know,” Adaza said, “the next 45 days, this case will be moot and academic.”

In the end, the court denied Adaza’s motion. Trying to be inscrutable, Maj. Gen. Jogy Fojas, president of the court panel, ruled that”the present political situation has no relevance to the arraignment.”

The other issue was more problematic because the Articles of War No. 71 provides that “In time of peace, no person shall against his objection, be brought to trial before a general court martial within a period of five days subsequent to the service of charges upon him.”

Some of the accused were served the corrected amended charge sheet Thursday, the day before the hearing, while other were served their copy on the day of the hearing itself. That means, no arraignment could be done until March 3, if “five days” means working days.

Esperon wanted badly for the officers to be arraigned last Friday, Feb. 22, because the charge of “Conduct Unbecoming of an Officer and a Gentleman” has a two-year prescription period.

The charge sheet of the 19 accused Scout Rangers led by Brig. Gen. Danilo Lim cites a Feb. 23, 2006 meeting as the basis of the charge. There were also charges that cited a Feb. 24 incident. Since no arraignment happened, that particular charge is now considered dropped.

The charge sheets of most of the nine Marine Officers cites the Feb. 26 Fort Bonifacio standoff as basis for their cases of “Conduct Unbecoming of an Officer and Gentleman” and “Conduct Prejudicial to Good Order and Military Discipline.” If the five-day rule were observed, those charges would also be dismissed.

Only the charge of “Attempting to Create or Begin, Excite, Cause or Join Mutiny” which has no prescription period remains. The Pre-trial Investigation Investigation Report which is one of the basis for the convening of the court martial recommended the dismissal of the mutiny charge “for lack of factual and legal bases.”

Although a pre-trial advice by Col. Pedro Davila overturned the recommendations in the PTIR, it was not signed by Esperon to signify his official approval and it was not attached to the charge sheets.

A source said during the backroom conference, it was obvious that some members of the panel were torn between Esperon’s order and the reasonableness of the defense lawyers’ arguments.

Many times, the members of the panel mentioned about the prescription period. Adaza told them, “What are you worried about? Even if the minor charges prescribe, the same alleged incidents are included in the mutiny charge.”

One defense lawyer also said that Esperon has been quoted to have a different interpretation of the two-year prescription saying that the court will have to consider the interruptions caused by the defense.

The source said while other members seemed open to the arguments of the defense lawyers and not completely impervious to the current political situation, it was Brig. Gen. Rolando Capacia who took the hardline stand.

When the court resumed at 7 p.m., Fojas announced their decision to deny Adaza’s motion for a 45-day moratorium.

On the five-day notice, the court said that applies only to the service of the original charge sheet. That is something that the defense will contest in the next hearing.

But the court granted the motion of the defense to adjourn without an arraignment, which upset Esperon.

Esperon’s interference in the court martial proceedings is illegal because his job is only to convene the panel for the court martial. The law states that any proceeding where the “ accuser, prosecutor,judge and executioner” are one and the same is a gross violation of due process which is guaranteed to all citizens under the Constitution.

In his statement saying that the military won’t intervene in the current political unrest precipitated by the NBN/ZTE corruption scandal, Esperon said, “Let’s allow the democratic process to go on unhampered. It is the job of the military to see to it that this process goes on. It is a way of strengthening our democratic institutions. Let’s let the institutions function, otherwise, we will not be strengthening our democratic institutions, we will be weakening it.”

Esperon better practice what he preaches. The soldiers are closely watching. They may tolerate dysfunction in civilian government but it’s a different thing with military injustice. As a Supreme Court ruling states, “It would indeed be paradoxical if military men who are called upon in times of the grave national crises to lay down their lives in defense of peace and freedom would be the very people to be singled out for denial of the fundamental rights for which they risk their lives.”

February 25, 2008 12:20 am   Posted in: Feb '06, Malaya, Military

173 Responses

  1. balweg - February 25, 2008 12:54 am

    This is our appeal to Gen. Esperon to be a gentleman and you must be the protector of our constitution and the Filipino people.

    It is a high time now to reform yourself and hear the voices of all loving Filipinos and your fellow soldiers who wanted a free and peaceful transistion of our leadership.

    We OFWs and Migrant Filipinos already withdrawing our cooperation sa Pidalismo regime. Nawa Gen. Esperon feel the spirit of love, ito po ang aming pagsusumamo sa inyong hanay para naman sa kinabukasan ng mga kabataan.

    We are doing our best to help our country kahit na sobra ang hirap at sakit na malayo sa pamilya. Kaya please help the Filipino people once and for all!

    God Bless You ALL!

  2. chi - February 25, 2008 12:57 am

    The pResident Bitch pretending as commander-in-chief is screwed!

    Mister Asspweron, the bitch loyal dog, is screwed!

    Gloria Asspweron’s brittle hold on the military is cracking, cracking, cracking….and gone!

  3. ask12b1 - February 25, 2008 12:59 am

    The PNP and AFP are unfortunately under well-controlled by these evil Generals led by Esperon. Gloria Arroyo knew and realized this from day one in office. Iyan mga Generals ang mga isa sa binusog niya hanggang ngayon. After retiring, they are being appointed to juicy civilian positions. Ramos could be a key to spark military outrage since he has many men in high positions. If we base it on his recent speech, he seemed to be sending some signals to the military to withdraw their support from this evil woman. Of course we also hate Ramos. But at this time, his help and influence is very much needed just like what people needed in the last two Edsas. Finally, the military just needs a signal from Uncle Sam. Huwag lang makialam ang mga Kano kahit na hindi tumulong, maraming babaligtad na sundalo para mapatalsik si Gloria. The problem is the US still supports her. If some of you don’t buy this US factor, I don’t care.
    Pero iyan ang isang tunay na dahilan kaya hindi makakilos ng husto ang ating Militar. Halimbawa nga kumilos sila…what if the US jets fly all over Metro Manila and US Marines are sent to help the government?

  4. AdeBrux - February 25, 2008 1:02 am

    Chi, spot on!

    Gloria, pResident Bitch …

  5. AdeBrux - February 25, 2008 1:13 am

    Ellen,

    It’s not only “What could spark military outrage” but “WHO could spark military outrage” — there are two of them: Gloria the bitch and Esperon the ass!

  6. balweg - February 25, 2008 1:34 am

    Mayroon ako ditong spark plug Kgg. AdeBrux, umpisahan na ng magkaalam-alam na kung sino ang tigasin, kasi ang dami pang serimonya.

    Pag-ayaw nila ng pagbabago eh WAG NILA! Tayo pa ang gusto nilang takutin, buti pa ang PISO may tao, pero ang tao walang pera!

    Alam mo iba ang Pinoy masyadong matiisin at mapagpasensiya kahit na inaapakan at inaalimura ng mga naghaharing-uri sa ating lipunan eh okey lang sa kanila.

    Itaga mo sa bato, walang mangyayaring pagbabago sa ating bansa, kung di magkakaisip ang taong-Bayan upang ipaglaban ang kanilang karapatan.

    Marami sa ating Pinoy ang hard headed walang PAKI sa lipunan, basta makaraos lang sila ng 3x a day na tsibog solve ang sikmura, bahala na bukas.

  7. cocoy - February 25, 2008 1:49 am

    Sama ako sa iyo paring Balweg.Anong spark-spark pa ang hihintayin natin? Matagal na tayong nag-iispark.Hindi na natin kailangan kung WHO pa ang mangaling sa military.Actually hindi sila importanti kung ayaw nilang sumama,mapipigilan ba nila ang silakbo ng masa na mag-alsa.Kaduwagan iyan na kung hindi sasama ang mga supot na sudalo ni Esperon ay hindi matutuloy at magtatagumpay,mababaw na dahilan iyan,si Andres nga ay nilusob niya ang mga guardia sibil na itak lang ang dala.Tuloy ang laban kung kinakailangan na magbuwis ng buhay para sa kalayaan.Wala ka na ngang PISO ay ayaw mo pang kumilos.

  8. chi - February 25, 2008 2:05 am

    (ilipat ko dito, mali ang post ko sa kabilang thread, heheh)

    B and C,

    Pwes, ignore ang mga pigheaded na pinoy. Contribute to Gloria’s ouster by calling or texting your relatives and friends (if you’re foreign based) to join the rallies. Sa ganyan lang tayo makakatulong habang nagrereklamo at dumadakdak tayo dito sa Ellenville!

    TARA NA, bukas na pala ang EDSA! Dun magmimisa ang mga Obispo! (Huh, kung sila pala ay walang magawa ang pResident Bitch, hindi maisara sa publiko ang Shrine).

    TARA NA sa Mendiola!

  9. gusa77 - February 25, 2008 2:09 am

    The 50 stars flag,won’t put any hand on this internal problems unless their interest were are in risk,but surely they will be watching over to asses the situations,they chop the aids into half,for some reasons,it means HELP are not availables this time ’cause of coming elections,probably CHINA,but they con and scamed those people put them into shame position internationally,maybe bin laden would offer assistances,but with string attached on it.May i know the address where to send contributions for SANCTUARY FUND DRIVE,Ms.E.T. my e-mail,sorry not to disclose my whereabout.

  10. andres - February 25, 2008 3:17 am

    I still believe that there are still idealist and patriotic soldiers in the AFP like Generals Miranda, Danny Lim, Col. Querubin, Sen. Trillanes, et al… But the problem is pag nalagyan na ng estrella sa balikat, pag naging heneral na, kadalasan iniisip na ang sariling future, at nalilimutan na ang pagmamahal sa bayan!

    This is really sad but true! Karamihan pa sa mga nagsipag retiro sa serbisyo ay ipinwesto ni Evil Bitch sa pamahalaan! Kaya naman talagang hawak niya ang pulis at militar! Or should i say hawak siya ng pulis at militar?

    Maawa naman kayo sa bayan! Ang bumubuhay sa inyo ay ang buwis na ibinabayad namin! Hindi kayo pulis at sundalo ni Evil Bitch kundi ng sambayanang Pilipino!

    Gising na Kawal Pilipino!!!

  11. KapitanKidlat - February 25, 2008 3:40 am

    Sa ngayon mahirap mangyari ang malawakang pag-alsa ng military laban sa mapang-abusong gobiernong ito. Certainly marami na sa pulis at militar ang galit at nangigigil. Nagmamatyag lang ang mga iba at naghihintay ng pagkakataon upang umaksion. Kaya kampanti lang ang administrasyon na walang mangyayarin kudeta. We cannot discount however the possibility that a group of young and idealist officers may just provide the necessary spark which may draw a huge mass of people on the streets. Even those military contingents called on by the administration to protect GMA may not be that 100% loyal to her. Anong malay nating kapag nagkagipitan na, baka bumaliktad din ang mga iyan at kumampi sa mga tao na nagnanais ng pagbabago. Marami pa ang maaring mangyari. Nasa mamayan na iyan.

  12. rose - February 25, 2008 4:07 am

    Tama..marami pa ang maaring mangyari..Nass mamayan na iyan..kaya nasa atin ang pagdasal- non violent power.. all of us united in prayers..we all believe in one God..at pass today the Responsorial Psalm: “Release us Oh Lord, when we are in trouble, release us we pray.” And my prayer too is “Come Oh Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and enkindle in them the fire of your love, send forth thy Spirit and they shall be created and Thou will renew the face of the earth.”

  13. rose - February 25, 2008 4:10 am

    In Jun Lozada’s prayer he said…”if I can not be the light, let me be the spark..” we can all be the spark and with all of us united in prayers..we will once again find “the truth and justice” lost, because of this administration…

  14. rose - February 25, 2008 4:10 am

    correction: at mass today the..

  15. cocoy - February 25, 2008 4:31 am

    Napapraning na si Bitsi-bitsi.Nagtatawag na ng kakampi at may mga imbitasyon pa na sinusundo ng peisgi para sa kanyang farewell party,pupunuin daw niya ng tao ang malakanyang at milyonis ang inaasahan na darating na kakampi,pero singkuwenta katao lang at kabilang si Noli.

  16. Diego K. Guerrero - February 25, 2008 4:40 am

    I believe that over-fed Gloria Arroyo’s loyal general won’t stage a revolt. They are part of her corrupt regime. Crooks protect its kind. The military top brass will just wait and see what comes next in the current volatile political condition. Most likely they are playing safe.

  17. cocoy - February 25, 2008 4:40 am

    Ito ang isa pang magandang balita,babalatan na ni Koko ang coco-nut shell ni Dayana at kukudkurin,ginataang dahon ng gabi ang labas niya,sabagay mga ilang silya na rin ang nasunog niya dahil nag-overheat ang kanyang puwit,kaya si Lito ay nagdala na rin ng sinalang yantok na tumba-tumba para may ventilation ang kanyang puwit.

  18. ask12b1 - February 25, 2008 5:52 am

    As I write, the pro-Arroyo groups have taken the Edsa Shrine that was previously off limit to rallyists. Sabi ni Bayani Fernando bawal sa lahat ang Edsa Shrine pero bakit nandoon ang celebration ng gobyerno? Sabi naman nina Gen. Razon hindi magdadala ng baril ang mga Pulis pero kitang-kita sa TV na nakasukbit sa kanilang baywang ang mga baril. Sa mga probinsiya naman tulad ng Batangas, hinarang na naman ang mga daan kunwari mga check points against bad elements na manggugulo sa rallies. What do they mean by “bad elements”?
    Bad elements ba ang mga magsasaka at mahihirap mula sa probinsiya na sasali sa rally? They always try to block people from the provinces who want to enter Metro Manila with the same excuse…for security daw. Tapos, kapag hindi marami ang mga tao kakantiyawan ng mga taga Malacanang tulad ni Bunye na kaunti lang ang mga taga-opposition. Si Gloria Arroyo naman bumisita sa Camp Crame at Camp Aguinaldo one day before Edsa celebration para pakiusapan ang mga sundalo na huwag makialam. Bilang sagot, may “unity walk” daw sina Esperon at Razon. Banta din ni Esperon sa mga sundalo na aarestuhin sila kung sasama sa rally. If they keep doing this; that is, preventing people from expressing their rights against the government by matching it with paid pro-government groups, baka magka civil war. Ang mga civilians ang magpapatayan. Whether they are from the government or the opposition, all are Filipinos. Parang ganyan ang gustong mangyari ng Malacanang so that they could resort to some emergency action to remain in power.

  19. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 6:04 am

    The real spark would be the number of people n the streets- A MILLION PEOPLE will be a good SPARK!

  20. ask12b1 - February 25, 2008 6:11 am

    In her speech, this was the warning of Gloria Arroyo to the people: Remember Edsa Three.

    I don’t know why she mentioned Edsa Three. Was she threatening the people that the military would not hesitate to shoot and kill the rallyists just like they did in Edsa Three?

  21. chi - February 25, 2008 6:18 am

    Sabog na sabog na ang speeches ni Gloria d’Bitch! Nagsasalita na ng walang kawawaan!

    Let’s go, Let’s go…make her more tuliro. Magsasayaw ng nakahubad ang impaktang puta sa susunod!

  22. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 6:27 am

    Sabi ni Evil Bitch, hindi daw nagnenegosyo ang pamilya niya sa pamahalaan. Hindi nga NINANAKAW lang nila ang pera! They do not even have to engage in any business, “komisyon” lang! Also, mga smuggler lords lang naman ang mga anak niya. They really do not engage in business, they just rake the money! Tsupi!

  23. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 6:38 am

    Villar says impeacheable daw ang offense ni Evil Bitch. Ang tanong ko naman, sino ang magsasalang niyan? Kung uunahan na naman kayo ng another Pulido na babayaran na naman ni EVIL BITCH, ganoon din ang suma total niyan, nandiyan pa rin ang EVIL BITCH!

    Let us simply fill up the streets with one million warm bodies and wont stop until she steps down!

  24. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 6:42 am

    Ano, the world will not forgive us if we launch another EDSA? I would say the world will LAUGH at us kung wala man lang tayong magawa na tanggalin ang may sakit na “kleptomania” na nagpapanggap na presidente. Ninakaw niya ang poder niya not once but twice!!! Ngayon ang pera naman natin ang gusto niyang ubusin! Where is our dignity if we just close our eyes to this blatant disregard of our contry’s dignity and patrimony?

  25. chi - February 25, 2008 7:10 am

    PSB,

    The world is already laughing at us for tolerating a fake president rule the country for so long.

    If we succeed in ousting her in another EDSA event, the world will congratulate us and will condemn the bitch to no end. Her sins will be picked up by the foreign press and will be aired everywhere in the world similar to Marcos’.

    What hurts her to the bones is the thought of an inevitable snubbing she’ll get from the world leaders na niloloko lang n’ya. Maloloka ang bruha! Mawawala na s’ya sa world stage, yan ang kanyang kinatatakutan kaya sinasabi niya na another EDSA will cause us shame! Binabaligtad pa!

    Ikaw ang pinagtatawanan ng mundo, Gloria!

  26. peles - February 25, 2008 8:14 am

    Mga Intsik kaya ang pantapat kay Gloria, ano sa palagay ninyo rito?

    1. Samuel Ong
    2. Jun Lozada (Probinsiyanong Intsik)
    3. ZTE

    Halos magiba si Gloria kapag may bahid ng Intsik ang katapat niya, paano pa kaya kung purong Intsik ang maging katapat niya. Tulad ng mga tao sa likod ng ZTE.

    Tulad ni Joseph Estrada, pinantapat ang Numero 13.

  27. myrna - February 25, 2008 8:31 am

    nanakot na naman si gloria. bakit hindi niya naiisip na siya mismo ang pinagtatawanan ng ibang bansa?

  28. vonjovi2 - February 25, 2008 8:36 am

    Sabi ni EVIL BITCH na alam niya na may mali sa contrata pero ano ang magagawa niya utos ni Big Pig iyun at malaking pera ang mananakaw nila. EVIL BITCH talaga, ang babaw ng paliwanag hindi daw niya matanggihan dahil ibang bansa ang kausap. Evil Bitch talaga ang utak. Paaano niya matatanggihan ay inutos na niya kay Ms. Neri na ituloy kahit sinisuhulan si niya ABALUT eh.

    Sana bumagsak na itong mag asawang bitchs……

  29. TurningPoint - February 25, 2008 8:42 am

    From Manila Times: Text message fuels rumors about People Power 3

    On Mon., we will have NEW PRESIDENT. This will be the scenario. AIRFORCE will withdraw their support on GMA, followed by ARMY, MARINES and PNP. The heads of these military services have NO MORE RESPECT FOR GEN. ESPERON. People will converge in EDSA SHRINE early morning. Pls pray for peaceful & non-violent transition. Let’s pray that GMA & her cabinet members will not hold on to their positions or else this would lead to BLOODY REVOLUTION. See you on Monday.

  30. chi - February 25, 2008 8:55 am

    Bishop Socrates Villegas said “corruption is not only a crime of government officials, adding that “we who are below are all guilty as well.”

    Guilty ikaw Soc, ang aking peborit bishop! Hindi kami!

    Dumale na naman ang bishop na ito na kasama sa Hello Garci scandal. Bakit ba meron tayong mga pari na ganito na sa halip na mag-guide ay isinasama pa tayo sa kanilang kasalanan?!

  31. SumpPit - February 25, 2008 9:03 am

    Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its many waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may be both. But it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has and it never will.

    – Frederick Douglass

  32. Valdemar - February 25, 2008 9:09 am

    Its not necessary to get the soldiers into this EDSA 3 or 4.
    Whichever side wins they are on the same status, hand to mouth existence. Its hell for those taking sides against the present order, they got discharged, cant get pension, cant get to the military hospitals, etc. Some went to join the bank robbers. So why join anything at all this time. All that we need now are the top people to change side, not the rank and file. They are programmed to follow orders only regardless of what they have in their minds!

  33. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 9:10 am

    Nawa ay totoo na at hindi lang text ang withdrawal of support ng ating magigiting na sundalo. Panahon na talaga para tulungan nila ang bayan nating lugmok sa dalita!

  34. ask12b1 - February 25, 2008 9:10 am

    Himala, nagsalita na din si Soc Villegas. Ubos na siguro ang budget niya mula Malacanang. One Cardinal that we are eager to hear from is this Cardinal Rosales. Kailan pa naging PIPI itong si Rosales?

  35. DJBRIZALIST - February 25, 2008 9:11 am

    After all the nasty, nasty things you folks have been saying about the Military, now you are stroking them as “protectors of the People”? Now you want them to help you do another people power putsch?

    Susmaryosep!

  36. myrna - February 25, 2008 9:15 am

    yung obispo ng diocese of malacanang, ano raw sabi? naku, nakakapanggigil mga taong ito, parang gusto kong paghuhubaran ng sotana nila.

    they are a disgrace. tamo, pati tuloy yung mga inosenteng katribo nila, o yung mga ka baranggay ni cruz, napapasama!

    hah!

  37. florry - February 25, 2008 9:18 am

    Actually the sparks had been there before and it is still now. They spark plugs for a revolution are the Pidals and Assperon. Just looking at the faces of these people is enough to make you puke and spark an outrage. Add to this their acts from rigging the election, their insatiable greed and to unabated corruption and scandals could have been enough to spark an outrage among the soldiery, unfortunately, only a handful, a small group led by former Capt. Trillanes, and followed by the group of Gen Lim, Miranda and company have been “sparked”. Entering into the picture is the ongoing trial of the jailed officers which is being marked by short-circuiting the process upon the orders of Assperon who wants to be the judge and executioner. An injustice and unfair application of the law might lead to some grumblings among the soldiery but it is not a sure fire way to spark an outrage that will translate into some movements. We can not blame the soldiers. They have their own family and just want their job and will not move unless sure of victory.

    Well, as PSB said, “the real spark would be the number of people in the streets” and I fully agree with it. Fill the streets with people and that will be the time and opportunity for the soldiers to move on for the kill. As things stand and knowing how the people hate the Pidals and Assperon they will not even allow them to say their last goodbye.

  38. ask12b1 - February 25, 2008 9:22 am

    As of this writing, Esperon and all the major service commanders of the AFP are having a Press Conference in Camp Aguinaldo to show support for Gloria Arroyo. Dapat sana may isang nag-suicide bombing doon para patay lahat ang mga lokong iyan!

  39. grizzy - February 25, 2008 9:39 am

    Chi:

    One thing sure is that no man who is really inspired of God can be wrong in being in league with the devil advocates. Now we hear of how Gloria the Evil Bitch has tried to divide her church by giving favors both in cash and kinds to men more to those who will sing her song, and none to those who will fight her.

    I won’t even be surprised if this idiot Gloria has even tried to get Vatican’s approval for her to try to mess up the affairs of the Catholic Church in the Philippines, and we hear now a schism within the church hierarchy never seen before this evil woman usurped the presidency.

    For this kind of corruption, Gloria has to go by all means!

  40. Valdemar - February 25, 2008 9:42 am

    I think I saw a Harvey Keh a couple of days ago on the TV. Nice young guy. Is he the same one who chose to leave?

  41. Valdemar - February 25, 2008 9:56 am

    DJB,
    Nice observation you got there. I guess the military they have in mind are those not involved yet and unblemished while Esperon is the nasty military.

  42. cocoy - February 25, 2008 10:18 am

    Who needed the soldiers to ignite the sparks?From the past EDSA sila ang laging bida.People never learned from the lesson of Cuba, Fidel Castro led a revolution against a government which was politician controlled, inefficient and corrupt. Castro was successful, but he was also a politician and the Cuban people have been abused more than before. The Cubans traded one politician-controlled government for an even worse politician-controlled government. When the people of Cuba rid themselves of walls in their minds, they will rid themselves of Castro and his government. Cuba will still be there.

    We have a Pidalism Government, a governments tend to become cancerous if the people do not maintain control.Mrs. Pidal is the cancer and government is the host.If the cancer is not treated or removed,it will kill its host.When the host dies, the cancer also dies and the cancer and host are buried in the same grave.She is a cancer, she control our country.Corruption are symptoms of the disease.We have been trying to treat symptoms with our votes on past election but, Bedol and Abalos multiplication were unbeatable. Treating the symptoms won’t cure the disease.It need at kailangan na ang kaponization,tulization and ligetazation.

    True patriotism is people giving their allegiance to their country. False patriotism is people giving their allegiance to a government.Philippines continue to exist even after many changes of government. Erap stepped-down on EDSA DOS, was a very charismatic man kahit sakang until Angelo and the army switched allegiance to Pandak Valentina cannot control a government unless she have the allegiance of a majority Filipino people. This is why Medusa try to convince people that nation and government are one and the same pareho..We don’t need a Military to run our government, Alisin muna si Debila then mag talking-talking.

  43. chi - February 25, 2008 10:27 am

    “Treating the symptoms won’t cure the disease.It need at kailangan na ang kaponization,tulization and ligetazation.”

    Cocoy,

    Paano ang supotazation? Hahahaha!

    “…This is why Medusa try to convince people that nation and government are one and the same pareho.”

    Ginagawa tayong tanga ni Bitch ano? Buti na lang at ang mga katulad lang ni Asspweron at Neri ang naguyo n’ya!

  44. cocoy - February 25, 2008 10:42 am

    chi;
    Suponization
    Kaponization
    Tulization
    Ligetazation

    Those can be found in Tongue’s dictionary.Hehehehe!

  45. rose - February 25, 2008 10:59 am

    DJB: Join us and be united with us for a non violent peacemaking and a non violent prayer power.. With all of us united in prayers we will truth and justice..hindi ba? Let us join hands and pray as one nation and one country..
    Bishop Villegas..true we are all sinners and we all made mistakes…pero hindi ba..”when much is given to you, much is expected of you”? Kaya po ikaw and pari at obispo pa bakit mukhang malabo ang mag sabi mo sa amin ng katotohanan? alam ko hindi ka na assigned sa Manila..pero did you have a prayer rally in Bataan? A prayer for truth and justice?

  46. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 25, 2008 12:04 pm

    Mga Dabarkads, Paki-padala na ninyo sa White House yung mga extra ninyong balikbayan boxes. Madalian lang kasi ang alsa-balutan na gagawin ni Ass-Person. Napaplundag na nga yung mama tuwing kukuliling yung telepono.

    Mga bata ko sa Pildera, Merville, CAA, Kalayaan, Multi-National, Airmen’s, at Baltao – ihanda na ang mga kalapati’t tirador!

    Walang lilipad kundi atin.

  47. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 25, 2008 12:12 pm

    Ellen,
    It’s a good thing the ever-reliable Atty. Adaza’s services were again considered. I am convinced the breadth and length of his Court Martial experience is without comparison. Malacañang’s lawyers will surely takeover in the next hearing but whoever will run the show at that time will prove no match.

    Adaza will make mince meat out of these morons.

  48. parasabayan - February 25, 2008 12:21 pm

    What 300 million can do! It was able to get 300 or so of the AFP and PNP to march on the streets under guise of unity kuno. Nakakasuka!

  49. TonGuE-tWisTeD - February 25, 2008 12:36 pm

    Unity na naman, yung huling unity, Team Unity yata iyon, kundi nandaya hindi mananalo. Yung mga unity-unity na yan unity ng mga talunan!

    Nakalimutan na yata ninyo yung huling nag-UNITY sila Singson, Defensor, Oreta, Sotto, Recto, Kiram, Pichay – sa mabahong kangkungan pinulot!

  50. cocoy - February 25, 2008 12:39 pm

    parasabayan;
    That 300 million spending money were confiscated from us the working people.They cannot survive without the individual income tax.We don’t want this Pidalism government to
    survive.This government is inefficient, wasteful, unstable, corrupt and it is devastating our nation.Our nation grew and prospered without Recto’value added tax.Since the E-Vat tax, Pidalism has prospered and our nation and people has been robbed.

    If we do not pay this e-vat tax,we could see the greatest economic prosperity we have ever seen dahil wala ng tax ang noodles at daing.Power would be back in the hands of the people kasi mayroon sukli. If we get rid of the BIR, our government would be almost powerless dahil limitado ang datung na kurakot nila, the people and our nation would be stronger and more prosperous dahil nakainom ng condensada. When our government is almost powerless,aalis na si Devila we will know our lawful government has been restored. Free enterprise would again function without government stealing profits at magbubukas na ng tindahan si Inday.

    Now,we have a choice, a prosperous people and nation, or a powerful self destructing government devastating the people and nation.

  51. The Equalizer - February 25, 2008 12:52 pm

    Student protesters at the University of the Philippines commandeered the campus radio station and broadcast a looped tape; soon the entire nation was listening in astonishment to President Marcos begging Dovie Beams to perform oral sex. For over a week the President’s hoarse injunctions boomed out over university loudspeakers. (The Marcos Dynasty, p. 225).

    Si Marcos noon DOVIE BEAMS…SI Gloria naman LASER BEAM…

    Every major scandal of Gloria Arroyo is followed by the “LASER BEAM” excuse.Expect the “Let’s Move On” Excuse “afterwards….

    (2005)At The Height of The “Hello Garci”Electoral Fraud Scandal….

    Jun 16th 2005
    From The Economist print edition(UK)

    GLORIA ARROYO, the president of the Philippines, claims to be focusing on economic reform “like a laser beam”.

    (2008) At The Height of The ZTE-NBN Mega Scandal….

    Arroyo won’t resign, to focus on economy like a ‘laser beam’
    GMA News

  52. laoco - February 25, 2008 1:13 pm

    wala pa bang aksyon? Mukhang wala na talagang makakatanggal kay pandak. Mukhang hihintayin na nating ang 2010 bago mapalitan ang govt. ni Pandak arroyo. Di gaya kasi nung mga naunang edsa revolution may pagkakaisa ang mga tao, ngayon yata may kanya kanyang hidden agenda ang mga lider na gustong maalis si arroyo. Nakakawalang gana na naman dahil ilang araw na rin ang nakakalipas nasa poder pa rin si pandak arroyo. Siguro kung di lang nakakulong si gen miranda, gen. lim, col. querubin et al siguro tapos na ang boksing. umaksyon wag dumaldal……

  53. parasamasarap - February 25, 2008 2:09 pm

    laoco: kaya nga sumama na kayo kahit alin sa mga pagkilos na isinasagawa ngayon. kami ni mami_nudles papunta kami sa baclaran. sana magkita-kita tayo. Golberg, ano na? 09157020680. Ingat tayong lahat!

  54. Jake Las Pinas - February 25, 2008 3:06 pm

    Wala bang balita sa mga protesta? Mukhang censored ang ABS at Inquirer. Anong site ba ang puwedeng puntahan sa blow by blow account ng protesta?

  55. The Equalizer - February 25, 2008 11:01 pm

    Should We Fire The CEO of Philippines Inc.?

    The Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland had a simple solution for anyone who displeased her: “Off with his head,” she would shout. The growing trend to fire CEOs quickly raises the question of when they should be let go. Should a chief executive be removed at the first hint of a difficulty, or should boards stand behind him or her, even if the CEO is responsible for a bad decision or an egregious error in judgment?

    If we were the Board of Directors of Philippines Inc., is it right for us to ask for the head of Gloria Arroyo, the CEO of the Company?

    Let’s review her performance:

    A)One of the key responsibilities of a CEO is to drive growth, increase operational efficiency, and enhance profitability of the Company.

    The Malacanang Argument: “2007 was the best year for the Philippine economy in over 30 years. Economic growth was 7.3 percent, as we have seen and you all know; a million new jobs were created; unemployment is down, poverty is down; the stock market is up; the peso is at its highest level in many, many years.”

    B) CEO is responsible for maintaining relations with employees, major customers, shareholders, stock analysts, congressmen, heads of governments, regulators, union officials, and, not the least, the media.

    The “standard answer” of Malacanang during a Scandal: President Gloria Arroyo remains focused on the job of improving the economy and won’t be sidetracked by current political challenges. Ignacio R. Bunye said “The President’s schedule is consistently driven by her economic plan.”

    In the same interview, Bunye reiterated his call on the Filipino people to unite and work together in improving the country’s economy.

    “Disunity and political instability in the country would only send negative signals to potential investors…it is important that investors have confidence in our economy and we can only achieve that confidence if we unite,” he said. (July2005,at the height of the Hello Garci Scandal).

    C)But the MOST IMPORTANT JOB of a CEO is to build the moral and ethical tone of a company and cultivate a culture of transparency. The CEO must be the role model .He or she must ensure that the Company will NOT tolerate an employee who will cut corners and jeopardize the company’s reputation or create enormous losses such as the rogue trader at Société Générale .

    There is a difference between good CEOs who make mistakes and CEOs who commit REPEATED BLUNDERS particularly on the ETHICAL side.

    If were the Board of Directors of Philippines Inc., we should initiate the ouster of Gloria Arroyo for a long litany of “Conjugal Greed” SCANDALS in 7 years as CEO of Philippines Inc.

  56. chi - February 25, 2008 11:22 pm

    Rose,

    You asked of Soc Vilegas: “alam ko hindi ka na assigned sa Manila..pero did you have a prayer rally in Bataan? A prayer for truth and justice?”

    Never! He won’t dare leading a prayer rally there to support the call for truth or to oust Gloria, the pResident Bitch!

    Namimisyesta lang si Soc sa towns ng Bataan! Yeah, he only attends fiestas. One time, my relatives were about to attend an 8am town fiesta mass kasi akala nila our monsignor cousin would officiate it. Ala, biglang si Soc ang main celebrant. Takbo silang palabas and attended another scheduled mass.

    Kasi kasabi-sabihan ko sa kanila na don’t partake the Body of Christ from Soc, dapat ay sa pari na alam nilang malinis ang conscience.

  57. grizzy - February 25, 2008 11:23 pm

    I posted this in another blog:

    I had a good laugh when a friend told me that the pro-Arroyo paid rally was dispersed by rain, a definite act of Nature!

    On the other hand, how many more miracles such as this rain, the inspiration of a probinsiyanong intsik to simply tell the truth, and many more that the dorobo, her husband and their accomplices have literally nowhere else to hide do Filipinos have to witness before they can have the guts to pull the dorobo, et al by the hair out of the palace by the murky river?

    Frankly, they actually did not have to do such drastic action. Their prayers must have reached the high heavens that paid rallyists of the Evil Bitch was doused with rain that hopefully did not contain any toxic materials from the Yantze River in China that would cause cancer and other such terminal afflictions and maladies.

    In other words, let the Dorobo lackeys be warned. They should take heed of these signs as to who God favors. They should not tempt the Lord (Deut. 6: 16, Matt. 4: 7; Luke 4: 12) to wrath.

  58. chi - February 25, 2008 11:23 pm

    Napakahirap pumasok sa Ellenville. Na Pidaled na naman tayo?!

  59. chi - February 25, 2008 11:26 pm

    Asspweron and his commanders did a unity walk! Ano yan, ang brains ay napunta sa toes nila! Yung mga paa active, the brains are not!

  60. grizzy - February 25, 2008 11:30 pm

    You bet. I got home at 5 and immediately tried to open Ellen’s blog. Golly, hijacked! Akala ko tuloy nag-declare na ng Martial Law si Dorobo who’s probably cooking up something again with funds stolen from the treasure.

    BTW, Teves, et al are sked to come to Japan in March and will meet with the gullible Filipinos on March 9 reportedly on pretext of giving the Japanese, who are better in numbers, on how to protect the downfall of the yen with a strong peso. Dito pa magkakalat ng dilim ang mga ungas na akala mo naman kakagat talaga ang mga hapon sa kanila! Gaguuuuuu!

  61. chi - February 25, 2008 11:31 pm

    Gloria d’Bitch is melting down, melting down, melting down,

    Gloria d’ Bitch is finally fallen down, fallen down, fallen down, Alleluja! (to the tune of London bridge is falling down).

  62. luzviminda - February 25, 2008 11:32 pm

    Lalabas na daw si Dante Madriaga para magsalita sa Senado at i-corroborate yung mga statements ni Lozada. Dito lalaong titibay yung mga katotohahan s mga sinasabing animalya sa ZTE. sana lang ay huwag matakot at bigyan ng lakas ng loob si Mr. Madriaga na sabihin ang totoo. KATOTOHANAN PARA SA KALAYAAN NG PILIPINAS SA KASAMAAN!

  63. grizzy - February 25, 2008 11:33 pm

    Frankly, we think that these economic delegation are coming to finalize the selling of the Kudanshita property that should not be allowed without a national referendum as prescribed by the SC ruling in 1992. There should be transparency in the disposal of these patrimonies in Japan. An illegitimate president (kuno) should not be allowed to make her own decision on these patrimonies.

    Will have a demonstration against these crooks when they come to Japan definitely.

  64. chi - February 25, 2008 11:55 pm

    Lumalaban si Erap. Sabi ng EK ire-revoke daw ang pardon kay Erap for calling the evil bitch illegitimate.

    Subukan ninyo!, Erap countered: “Ano’ng magiging basehan sa pagbawi ng pardon sa akin? Alam mo doon sa pardon, nakalagay ‘restoring my civil and political rights’ kaya lahat ng gusto kong sabihin. Bakit nila bubusalan ang bibig ko?” he said.

    Sige pa Erap, yung bibig ni Gloria d’ pResident Evilbitch ang busalan mo forever!

  65. luzviminda - February 26, 2008 12:11 am

    chi,

    Dapat na ngang busalan ang bibig ni President Evil Bitch dahil wala nang magandang bagay na pwedeng lumabas sa bibig niyan. Halos apoy na ang lumalabas dahil lugmok na sa kasalanan at patuloy pang rin sa kasinungalingan. Huwag tuayong tumigil sa pasigaw ng ibagsak ang illegitimate regime of Pidal-Arroyo!!!

  66. luzviminda - February 26, 2008 12:15 am

    CHi says:
    “Namimisyesta lang si Soc sa towns ng Bataan! Yeah, he only attends fiestas. One time, my relatives were about to attend an 8am town fiesta mass kasi akala nila our monsignor cousin would officiate it. Ala, biglang si Soc ang main celebrant. Takbo silang palabas and attended another scheduled mass.

    Kasi kasabi-sabihan ko sa kanila na don’t partake the Body of Christ from Soc, dapat ay sa pari na alam nilang malinis ang conscience.”

    BRAVO chi! dapat talaga harapan na nating ipahayag ang ating pagkadismaya maski alagad man siya ng simbahan kung di naman karapat-dapat! BRAVO!!!

  67. Kabayan - February 26, 2008 12:28 am

    Grizzy okay na yung request mo na i-modify ko yung Gloria blogswarm image, kung type mo, i-copy-paste mo lang sa site mo. Doon ang image sa link ko sa bayanikabayan.blogspot.com/ sa taas lang ng image in Darth Joker.

  68. chi - February 26, 2008 12:38 am

    Luz,

    Hindi pa tapos ang style-bulok ni Gloria…pananakot! Wala namang natatakot na!
    ***

    Napakahalaga sa akin iyang pagtanggap ng Katawan ni Kristo. Hindi ako tatanggap buhat sa maruruming palad.

  69. grizzy - February 26, 2008 12:49 am

    Salamat, Kabayan! Gagamitin namin iyong mga ginawa ninyong images sa prayer rally namin sa Japan. Invited ‘yong mga Japan-based na mga pilipino. Inaayos na ngayon ng mga kasama ko iyong misa sa simbahan sa Akabane, Tokyo. Sa Hapon may palabas kami, iyong “Sister Estela” dahil tungkol sa aktibistang mga madre doon sa isang International Women’s Festival sa Urawa.

    May petition kaming ginagawa demanding for the resignation ni Gloria the Evil Bitch. Kundi siya bumaba, petition for her impeachment ang gagawin namin kasama na ang iba pang mga pilipino sa iba’t ibang ibayo ng mundo at Pilipinas. Puede namang gawin iyan na hindi na aasa pa kay Oliver Lozano na peke pala. Kailangan gumawa na ng antidote doon sa mga kalokohang ginagawa ng mga bobo!

  70. bitchevil - February 26, 2008 1:18 am

    Do you know why Mike Arroyo’s trip to Hongkong was brief? Not because he returned after the Edsa celebration to avoid being lynched by the angry crowd but because the OFWs in Hongkong distributed his “Wanted” photo fliers.

  71. grizzy - February 26, 2008 1:25 am

    Nagmukhang inutil iyong mga pinuno ng iba’t ibang sangay ng sandatahang pilipinas. Nagmukhang mga mokong dahil wala namang naniniwala sa kanila. Kung sinusunod pa sila noong mga nasa ibaba nila, sa totoo lang, pulsing pa muna sila. Pero ang totoo, just who are these idiots kidding? Mga gaguuuuuu!

    Napataas ang kilay ng isang sundalong may rangko sa JSDF namin nang ipakita ko ang litrato ng mga mokong na handang pumatay daw ng manggugulo sa benefactor nila. Sabi niya bakit daw iyan nakakalusot at pinapayagan ng mga mamamayang pilipino na siyang dapat na mataas kesa sa kanila? Dito nga naman, gawin iyan ng mga heneral ng JSDF, sibak agad sila!!!

  72. grizzy - February 26, 2008 1:29 am

    Unity walk daw. OK, unity ng mga garapal na mas kakaunti ang bilang kesa doon sa hindi nilang kasamang mga nagmamahal sa bayan na nasa majority na! Wala silang niloko kundi ang mga sarili nila. Sabi nga, “Mr. Esperon, et al, try convincing yourself while you still have the time.” Sabi nga, “today will be yesterday tomorrow!” Baka bukas wala na kayo!

  73. chi - February 26, 2008 1:33 am

    “OFWs in Hongkong distributed his “Wanted” photo fliers.” Kaya biglang karipas takbo balik Pinas ang asawa ng bitch.

    Bwahahahaah! OK ka, bitchevil!

  74. balweg - February 26, 2008 1:45 am

    Show of force yan kgg. Grizzy, pero remember pag nagkaisa ang mga junior officers eh camp de aid na lang ang matitira sa kanilang sundalo.

    Sa totoo lang, wala naman silang battalion na sundalo kaya wag silang pakasiguro dahil karamihan sa mga sundalo natin eh mayroong mga anak na binubuhay at pinag-aaral, so kung nahihirapan tayo sa buhay eh mas lalo na sila dahil magkano lang ba ang take home pay nila.

    Yong mga Heneral ofcourse maraming racket yan kaya nakukuha pang mag golf at karamihan sa kanila eh mararangya ang buhay, bakit nga ba?

    Remember si Gen. Garcia ba yon, ang US of America eh kapit-bahay lang ng kanyang pamilya kita mo? Si Tabako sa Ayala Alabang yan nakatira?

  75. chi - February 26, 2008 1:46 am

    Kala ko ay biro lang ni bitchevil, hindi pala. hahahaha!

    Ayos, gumagalaw na ang mga OFWs.

  76. balweg - February 26, 2008 2:20 am

    Korek ka kgg. Chi, umaaray na ang mga OFWs baki ka mo, kasi ganito yon eh, isang putok dalawa ang tama?

    Let me explain to you in layman’s word ha, bagsak ang US$ so if you have 1,000US$ na padala sa Pinas ang kabawasan nito eh around 15,000 Pesos (conversion noon eh 55 or 56 per US$), now 40 pesos plus na lang.

    Sa 15T pesos, ang pang-bayad sa Electric bill(4T), Gasul(700), H20 (1T), House rental/month(6T), School Bus Service(500) kita mo gaano ang laki ng nabawas sa padalang pera ng OFWs sa kanilang pamilya.

    Ang masakit nito eh sa bansa naman na kanilang pinagtatrabahuhan eh mayroon din inflation like sa Middle East particular sa KSA, ang riyal ngayon eh 1SR equal to 10pesos plus only at nagtaasan na rin ang bilihin doon. More than 1Million OFWs ang nagwowork doon eh.

    So, malaking dagok sa OFWs ang problema ng Pidalismo regime.

  77. chi - February 26, 2008 2:28 am

    Balweg,

    Ang sakit sa bulsa ano?! Pero dapat na talagang sama-samang kumilos ang OFWs at tulungan si Jun Lozada. Para sa ating lahat naman ang ginagawa ng probinsyanong intsik. Naniniwala ako na kapag ang OFWs ang kumilos ay daig pa nito ang CBCPs communal action. Dyan talaga talunan ang impaktang puta. Wala siyang laban sa kilos-protesta ng OFWs.

  78. chi - February 26, 2008 6:34 am

    Just watched the unity walk You Tube of Asspweron, Razon et al. Nagmukha silang mga nakaunipormeng GAGO na naglalakad!

  79. luzviminda - February 26, 2008 6:35 am

    bitchevil, chi,

    Dapat i-distribute din yang ‘wanted poster’ na iyan ni Pidal dito sa Pinas, samahan na rin ng wanted poster ni GO-LIAR Arroyo.

  80. chi - February 26, 2008 6:40 am

    Luz,

    Very good idea. Sabi nung aking pinsan sa VA ay naggu-grupo na raw doon ang mga pinoy para suporta sa TRUTH campaign and TSUPI GO-LIAR the bitch.

    Sana nga ay magboses ng malakas at umaksyon ang mga grupo ng OFWs at mga pinoy na nasa overseas para mapadali ang tsupi-tsupi sa reyna ng mga kriminal at ng Pidal mafia members.

  81. KapitanKidlat - February 26, 2008 6:59 am

    Ha ha ha, pumalpak ang mga pidalistas sa ginawa nilang EDSA People Power rite, bandila ng Pilipinas naipit ang tale hindi tuloy umangat sa pole, ang kumanta ng Pilipinas kong Mahal pumalpak sa minus-one background, iyong chopper na nagsabou kuno ng mga bulaklak, lobo ang bumagsak. Pinagmumultohan sila ng mga nauna nang namayap na EDSA heroes. Ibig bang sabihin wala silang karapatan na i-celebrate ang EDSA People Power dahil sila mismo ang sumusupil sa prinsipyong ipinaglaban ng EDSA 1?

  82. KapitanKidlat - February 26, 2008 6:59 am

    Kapit bisig ang mga pulis at militar sa EDSA, para saan ? Kapit bisig sa pagpapahirap ng bayan?

  83. KapitanKidlat - February 26, 2008 7:04 am

    Hindi raw papayagan ng Mayor ng Caloocan na sumali ang kanyang mga constituents sa ano mang uri ng People Power kung saan ay hinihiling ang pagbaba o kaya pagpapabagsak ng rehimeng Pidalismo. Ano siya hilo?
    Siyanga pala nagpapamudmod na naman ng dole out na tulong si Mrs. Pidababitz sa mga kababayan nating mahihirap. Tanggap lang mga kababayan, after all ang puso ninyo ay hindi naman niya hawak. Basta alalahanin lang ninyo na kasama kayo sa pagkilos ng bayan upang supilin ang kasakiman at kasamaan.

  84. parasabayan - February 26, 2008 7:52 am

    Kapag ang mga OFWs ay kumilos na, yan na ang hudyat na ang militar ay makikinig na! Sige kayo wala kaming padadala sa inyong tulong!

  85. ask12b1 - February 26, 2008 8:54 am

    Over at Liwasang Bonifacio, the local officials were first treated lunch by Mikey Arroyo at his Mikey’s Bar. Then, those people who attended the pro-Arroyo rally were given foods and cash ranging from P300 to P500 per head. Bumaha na naman ang pera ni Pidal.

  86. gusa77 - February 26, 2008 8:58 am

    Ang pagbaha ng pawis,luha,dugo at minsan may kasama pang buhay ay madali palang ipakita sa sambayanan, ito’y ating matutunghayan sa ipnakita’t ipinagmamalaki ng anak ng namumuno ng bansa.These are big insult to those paying taxes.They could easily handed hard earned tax money,just to joined the hulabaloo shows.

  87. avalanche - February 27, 2008 1:36 am

    “Mga Intsik kaya ang pantapat kay Gloria, ano sa palagay ninyo rito?

    1. Samuel Ong
    2. Jun Lozada (Probinsiyanong Intsik)
    3. ZTE

    Halos magiba si Gloria kapag may bahid ng Intsik ang katapat niya, paano pa kaya kung purong Intsik ang maging katapat niya. Tulad ng mga tao sa likod ng ZTE.

    Tulad ni Joseph Estrada, pinantapat ang Numero 13.”

    UNFORTUNATELY, A LOT OF MY CHINESE FRIENDS HAVE BEEN SAYING THAT Jun Lozada IS TRULY A DISGRACE TO THE CHINESE COMMUNITY.

    What can we say about that? Yung ‘hero’ natin ay ikinahihiya ng kapwa kalahi niya?

  88. happy gilmore - February 27, 2008 1:53 am

    ha ha ha

    so the opposition has resorted to asking for suggestions from the masses on how to sow FURTHER discord, disunity and chaos.

    shame on you all

    the silent majority has spoken

    your continued sparks failed to ignite a fire

    instead it fizzled as it should

    2010 na lang kayo tumakbo mga repapips

  89. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 2:29 pm

    Silent MINORITY like you Gilmore? Sinong inuto mo, amo mo balak pang umupo kundi sa pagka Presidente e Prime Minister for life. Hindi kami ang mag iignite ng fire, ang Malacanang mismo ang gagawa nito.

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