Sunday, July 27, 2008
I saw this headline from one of the broadsheets I visit each day...and it read:
* Palace prepares for the PEOPLE'S' SONA*
Goodness! Immediately, what entered my mind was the term ''PEOPLE'S` ....
Haven't you noticed?
Only China and North Korea and other communist states use those term?
The term reveals the mindset of those running Inang Bayan lately....
Besides, SONA is just a fashion show.
Fashion show ni glue, ala-Imelda.
Showing off her 2,000US$ [ 3...or was it more?] worth of dress
and her heavyweight jewelries, the cost of which would
be as good guess as yours and mine, Baby!
SONA is a just a BS and waste of the taxpayer's money.
Gaya-gaya kasi sa istayl ng `markanong tinitingala.
Para ano ba iyang SONA kundi report sa Bayan?
Kaso po, sa halip na talagang magserbisyo para sa Taumbayan,
kinang na pansarili ang inatupag ng mga buwayang nagkalat sa Batasan.
Better work for the upliftment of the poor and never use
Juan-de-la-Cruz' money in your charades, you crocs.
SANA lang, matupad na ang matagal ko nang hiling:
Mawalang parang bula ang mga buset na sinungaling
at magnanakaw ng kaban Ng Bayan! Amen.
Plus Lang, ayon sa Balita:
Nagmistulang fashion show at parada ng yaman ang
tamaan sana ng kidlat na mga herodes na yan.
Nagniningning ang mga suot ng mga asawa ng mga
Representantes ng Bayan,
Isama mo pa ang mapang-agaw na suwapang
na nakadikit ang puwet sa Malacanang............
samantalang hayun si Juan,
hindi makatulog dahil kumakalam ang tiyan!
Malapit na ang inyong katapusan.
Sumama pa si Loren na papalit-palit kuno ang terno:
Iba sa umaga, iba ang panghapon...
Wala namang kayong delicadeza. Ni hindi naisip
ang reaksyon ng madlang pipol.
投稿者 Cory 時刻: Sunday, July 27, 2008
Saturday, July 12, 2008
READ and weep! The following have been looted from the column of Ramon Tulfo's column datelined 3 July 2008, titled: "Will You Still Vote For These Solons?"
The government spent $1.5 million for President Gloria and her friends in Congress in her recent visit to the United States.
They stayed in the best hotels. They rented 30 cars. They paid $207++ per plate for their dinners.
For their visit, 250 Philippine consulate officials in the US had to be mobilized to serve their every need.
All of these perks they enjoyed while the country was suffering from the devastation wrought by Typhoon “Frank.”
For the information of the public, the following are the legislators who accompanied the President on that trip: Narciso Santiago III, Alliance for Rural Concerns party list; Monico Puentevella, Bacolod; Albert Garcia, Bataan; Mark Llandro L. Mendoza, Batangas; Hermilando Mandanas, Batangas;
William Irwin Tieng, Buhay party list; Jose Zubiri III, Bukidnon; Lorna Silverio, Bulacan; Mitzi Cajayon, Caloocan; Diosdado “Dato” Macapagal-Arroyo, Camarines Sur;
Joseph Santiago, Catanduanes; Elpidio Barzaga Jr., Cavite; Antonio Cuenco, Cebu; Eduardo Gullas, Cebu; Deputy Speaker Raul del Mar, Cebu City; Rommel Amatong, Compostela Valley;
Speaker Prospero Nograles, Davao City; Antonio Lagdameo, Davao del Norte; Marc Cagas, Davao del Sur; Nelson Dayanghirang, Davao Oriental; Teodoro Coquilla, Eastern Samar;
Andres Salvacion, Leyte; Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez, Leyte; Trinidad Apostol, Leyte; Ma. Zenaida Angping, Manila; Amado S. Bagatsing, Manila; Bienvenido Abante Jr., Manila; Rizalina Seachon-Lanete, Masbate; Herminia Ramiro, Misamis Occidental; Yevgeny Emano, Misamis Oriental; Rozzano Rufino Biazon, Muntinlupa; Joseph Gilbert Violago, Nueva Ecija; Deputy Speaker Ma. Amelita C. Villarosa, Occidental Mindoro;cut short their US trip in sympathy for the victims of Typhoon Frank
Anna York Bondoc, Pampanga; Aurelio Gonzales Jr., Pampanga; Juan Miguel Macapagal Arroyo, Pampanga; Conrado Estrella III, Pangasinan; Ma. Rachel Arenas, Pangasinan; Eduardo Zialcita, Paranaque; Roman Romulo, Pasig City;
Mary Ann Susano, Quezon City; Nanette Castelo-Daza, Quezon City; Danilo Suarez, Quezon province; Junie Cua, Quirino; Arturo B. Robes, San Jose del Monte; Roger Mercado, Southern Leyte; Munir Arbeson, Sulu; Rex Gatchalian, Valenzuela City; and Antonio Diaz, Zambales and Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago.
It’s all up to you if you will vote for those legislators again in 2010.
These crocs, led by the fake one and her family never flinched even if Typhoon Frank devastated the country and left thousands dead and famished, and our dear Pilipinas under flood for more than a week! Most stayed on to watch pacquiao box in Las Vegas.
Others even betted at Casinos and watched sideshows!
At whose expense, may I ask?
Now, ask any Pinoy around the corner:
* who is the wicked of them all?*
His/Her answer is exactly the same as yours and mine.....
投稿者 Cory 時刻: Saturday, July 12, 2008