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‘LP’s brightest moment’

Aquino tells impeach prosecutors to get truth out

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President Benigno Aquino III met with the big guns of the Liberal Party, including the leader and spokespersons of the prosecution team at the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona, at the LP’s 66th-anniversary celebration on Friday night.

The President was the guest of honor at the celebration held at the ruling party’s “Balay” headquarters in Cubao, Quezon City, where he met with the chief prosecutor, Rep. Niel Tupas Jr., and the team spokespersons, Representatives Lorenzo Tañada III and Romero Quimbo.

The LP’s four senators—Franklin Drilon, Francis Pangilinan, Ralph Recto and Teofisto Guingona III—were no-shows.

In a text message to the Inquirer, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad, a senior political adviser of the President and an LP stalwart, said the senators had “sent word that even if the event is purely social, they deemed it prudent to skip [it] so as to avoid any accusations of bias or partiality in the ongoing impeachment trial.”

Asked if the President had told the party members in the prosecution team to improve their performance in the trial, Abad said: “No. He didn’t.

“But he did emphasize the importance of succeeding in the impeachment to advance reforms in good governance.”

Earlier, members of Corona’s defense team said that as a senator-judge, Drilon had aided the prosecution on the matter of the submission to the impeachment court of Corona’s statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALNs).

Getting truth out

On the phone with the Inquirer, Abad said the President was upbeat when he met with Tupas et al.

“Pretty much,” he said when asked whether Mr. Aquino was happy that Supreme Court Clerk of Court Enriqueta Vidal was compelled to submit Corona’s SALNs to the impeachment court and that the deeds of sale of some of the properties linked to the Chief Justice’s family were made public.

Mr. Aquino told the officers and members of the party that he chairs “that at the end of the day, what matters is [getting] the truth out,” Abad said, adding:

“And he said the attempt to obscure or hide the truth is evident by just a cursory examination of the Chief Justice’s SALNs, deeds of sale, and land and condominium titles.

“He thinks that the prosecution will get its rhythm going as the trial progresses, especially with the gains made in the first four days of trial.”

But despite his upbeat mood, the President did not congratulate the prosecutors for their apparent early victories, according to Abad.

“No. He impressed upon partymates how crucial success in the impeachment trial is to his campaign for good governance and for creating an environment conducive to investment,” Abad said.

He said Mr. Aquino then went on to enumerate the initial gains on the economic front.

Laying ground for reforms

In his speech at the anniversary celebration, the President said Corona’s impeachment was one of the LP’s brightest moments.

Abad said the President also asked his partymates to be four-square behind Corona’s prosecutors.

“Last December, I and our Liberal congressmen, along with other congressmen who may not be Liberal in name but are liberal in heart and in deed, got together,” Mr. Aquino said.

He said these lawmakers were vital in laying the groundwork for reforms in the judiciary.

“I mentioned that gathering because it was one of the brightest indications that the Liberal Party would be steadfast,” the President said in Filipino.

“We will not betray our duty, we will not stray from the path of principle, and we will be faithful to our countrymen,” he said.

In December, the House of Representatives, with 188 signatories, endorsed to the Senate the articles of impeachment against Corona.

The President subsequently met in a hotel in Mandaluyong City with members of the House majority that signed the impeachment complaint, led by Speaker Feliciano Belmonte and Majority Floor Leader Neptali Gonzales, both LP members.

In his speech, Mr. Aquino also managed to react to former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s paper criticizing his economic policies.

“What has changed? Where is the renewed confidence in our economy that is generating jobs and opportunities for Filipinos coming from? It’s clear. Our culture and system in the Philippines are already changing,” he said. “These are the real objectives of our reforms.”

Pacquiao et al.

World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao was present at the party, as was actor Cesar Montano, who also served as emcee of the program.

Also in attendance were some of the LP’s leading lights: its president, Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas; Speaker Belmonte; Nereus Acosta, Mr. Aquino’s adviser on environmental concerns; Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo; and Joel Villanueva, director general of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

Representatives Rodolfo Biazon and Joseph Abaya were present, along with League of Governors president Alfonso Umali, Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim, and Acting Gov. Mujiv Hataman of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

Former Tarlac Rep. Hermie Aquino showed up as well.

The President did not leave the party without singing one of his favorites, “Estudyante Blues,” a song popularized by Freddie Aguilar. He was joined onstage by Villanueva, Umali and Hataman.

First posted 12:00 am | Sunday, January 22nd, 2012


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Tags: Chief Justice Renato Corona , Corona impeachment trial , Francis Pangilinan , Liberal Party , LP’s 66th-anniversary celebration , Manny Pacquiao , President Benigno Aquino III , Ralph Recto , Rep. Niel Tupas Jr. , Rep. Romero Quimbo , Representative Lorenzo Tañada III , Sen. Franklin Drilon , Teofisto Guingona III , “Balay” headquarters in Cubao


  • Dyndin

    Sabi ni Penoy, maganda raw sa economiya ang impeachment, Huwag mo kaming gaguhin, you know how much our people spending for this impeachment ha?pera ng bayan ang ginagastos sa hearing.
    Kaya mo gustong ma impeach si Corona ay dahil sa Hacienda Luisita na gusto mo kontralado mo ang SCJ. na puppet. Nakakahiya ka.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IIN5GS7L5ZGWGEO76XUVK5JIFY kalog daw

    …hahahaha, brightest moment daw…whatever…with the things that happened now in the country, several Filipinos had understood how incompetent and hard headed this government is…With what the prosecution has shown to Filipinos now, the fishing expedition, the on-the job training at the impeachment trial and accusing officials based on hearsays, they really have a lot to explain…di naman kasi tanga ang mga Pilipino…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYX4ZTAV4BUGW2RIMT45CPYBGA Pio Gante

    ‘estudyante blues’ na naman!!!!

    por dios por santo wala na bang ibang alam kantahin kundi yan?

    pwede ‘my way’ sa susunod, para may mag-amok sa audience.

  • sc53300

    . . . .hahahahah. . . . ito naman taga LP, nagpatawa. . . 

  • MarcyPulilan

    The only thing bright in the Liberal Party is PNoy’s panot na head, shiny and smooth. KALBO!!!

    • Kourt_of_public_opinion

      Also include ABAD’s shining moment! hahahaha

    • Ulipur

      mr/ms MP:

      Heto pa po ang mga kalbo:

      Dolphy, Bembol Rocco, Michael Jordan, Bruce Wills, Andre Agassi, HUSBAND OF KIM HENARES, Serafin Cuevas (panot na sa tuktok) at marami pang iba.

      Sobra daw po production ng TESTOSTERONE.

       

      • MarcyPulilan

        To Ulipur, Si PNoy sobra sa testosterone kaya nakakalbo kahit madalas siya mag Jack-O-Lantern, nakaka kalbo din iyon kasi.

  • gnob16

    It’s improper for the president to talk to the prosecutors with the on-going impeachment trial. It looks like the Executive and the Legislative which are supposed to be separate and independent branches of the government are one in ganging up the Judicial branch…

  • gnob16

    The principle of separation of powers is now down the drain. The government of Aquino is no longer republican but authoritarian!

    • CheapJ

      If you deem it’s authoritarian when PNoy flexes his muscle to show political will, so be it, that’s what we’ve been waiting for. We need much-needed reforms for this country to move forward. Don’t be crabs unless your ‘livelihoods’ have been greatly impacted because of the reforms PNoy’s administration has implemented. You need to embrace light and turn your back from darkness that you seem to gotten used to during GMA’s 9-year tenure. Change is hard to swallow sometimes.

      • gnob16

        Your line of argument is similar to the argument used by Marcos – “much needed reforms” – New Society (Bagong Lipunan). So where did our country go after Marcos implemented his “new society”? (“Daang matuwid” for Pnoy). The reforms you are looking at cannot be done by turning the country into authoritarian regime. We might as well tore the Constitution apart. And please disabuse your mind that the impeachment is all about good versus evil. In fact, far from it!

      • CheapJ

        Marcos had the opportunity to turn this nation around but he blew it big time. With PNoy’s administration, there are a lot of reasons to be hopeful. Never in our history that Philippines’ credit-worthiness has been upgraded several times under his watch. In fact, there is an optimism that our country will get an investment grade in six months to a year’s time. The cases at the Office of the Ombudsman are now moving forward. In fact, several Navy officers have been recommended for dismissal as a result of  the investigation on Ensign Pestano’s death 16 years ago. Should not this be an indication that justice, no matter how slow in this country, is now moving in favor of those who were clamoring for it for a long time? As far as the impeachment is concerned, I believe that it is a battle between good and evil. Anyway, it is too early to tell, let’s wait if this country will be in a better position or not after the trial. In the meantime, we should not be obstructionists on the reforms that PNoy’s administration is implementing if these are for the interests of the majority, especially the poor, for them to get out of poverty and become productive citizens.

      • gnob16

        You mean we should just simply cover our eyes, ears and mouth while the president trampled the very institutions that his mother helped restored?  You guys think that criticism against the present administration is considered an obstruction to the reforms initiated by the president. Far from it. Be real!

      • dungol

        Marcos case with Sandiganbayan dismissed, president should impeach this court as well because it is blocking his straight path philosophy. Hope is only at the beginning period of presidency, it’s already more than 1.5 years. Credit worthiness is based on sound fiscal policies that will allow more loans, and in Ph case was already started way back. Ombudsman better have enough evidence before this show will blow up again that will create bad credibility issues in the future. Impeachment should not be a battle of the Black and White Movement (good vs evil) – it is a political ploy and a hacienda luisita battle. 

      • txtman

        Any unbiased true economists will say that the reason why the Philippines had several credit upgrades is mainly because of the previous administrations policies i.e. Ramos, Estrada and YES GMA!

        Talking of grabing the entire credits from somebody else! What a SHAME!

        YUP, I agree!

        The impeachment trial is a battle of the GOOD and the EVIL!

        The question is, Who is the good and who is the evil?

        Always remember, evil personalities will NEVER say that they are evil instead they will always say that they are good and they want to serve the people!

        Sounds like PNOY government right?

        Suriin! Maging mapagmatyag!

        Pitiful!

      • Touch_Me_Nuts

        Hey Mr. Cheap, change under Mr. Pnoy means soup in every kitchen. In heaven’s name, Mr. Pnoy is now the silver bullet for every miserable Filipino. How about immaculate Kris Aquino for the Senate for next elections? A Mr. Pnoy and Kris Aquino tandem sounds like goldilocks for the full redemption of this country. Mama Cory and Papa Ninoy will be so delighted to see their children keeping up to their sacred legacy for this benighted land. Don’t you agree? I can’t wait to see it happen; NOW na!

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Sugal/100001507309125 Steven Sugal

        Darkness has begun in your PNoy presidency. He started, you called a reform of dangling peoples’ money to the 188 congressman and soon the senators. If that is not corruption I don’t know what it is. Another set of corrupt officials in the making, started my PNoy and the Bald Head Gang. Corruptions is hard to cure in the system. Not even Daan Matuwid will cure it.

      • kevv33

        I agree, corruption is ingrained in the filipino mentality, hard to erase that. President Pnoys idealism is good but on the outset his leadership is weak. His presidency needs a lot more to be desired. Many will also agree that CJ Corona”s mansions and properties are the product of graft and corruption but who among the wealthy of today are clean? He who is spotlessly clean  let him cast a  a finger of accusation to CJ Corona .

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

        I believe mr KEVV 33 is the only clean person on earth ! Bravo !

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LUETJLE4TZOBXGGX2QHTQ2FFUY Zorbak

    the PDI may fool some of its readers all of the time, and all of its readers some of the time, but it cannot fool all of its readers all of the time. 

  • asantoni

    There they go again…..the gang was assembled to plan their next move. Please stop this politics and think of how you can uplift the country, you are runing out of time. Think of food production, economy, and something the country can manufacture. Everything the country needs was imported, filipinos never produce anything. No industrialization program not even enough food. No tell me what are this political drama can do for ordinary filipinos? Nothing, but for the President, it can save his Hacienda Luisita…period.

    • txtman

      Nakalimutan na nga ang mga magsasaka eh!

      Mga magsasaka nga sa Norte eh puro hinaing na kasi mga produkto nila kagaya ng mga sibuyas walang bumibiling negosyante! Nabubulok na lang!

      Nakapagtataka lamang ang mahal naman ang sibuyas sa Manila!

      Sus, galing daw mga yun sa China!

      Kaya hayan, ang ating mga kasagutan.

      Priority ng gobyerno ni PNOY ang mga magsasaka sa IBANG BANSA!

      Mag-ikot kasi kayo para malaman ninyo ang mga tunay na kalagayan ng mga magsasaka!

      Ang mahal ng mga abuno!

      Binabarat naman ng mga negosyante mga produkto ng mga magsasaka!

      Yan ba ang gobyernong matuwid????? PWE!!!

      Puro kayo kasi dakdak!

      PITIFUL!

  • D_BystandeR

    Lahat nang nag-comment na against CJ impeachment ay puro sour graping. Dahil sanay sila sa pagtanggap ng maraming “biyaya” from that “little girl” for 9 years despite the unabated culture of corruption that stinks to high heavens!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Sugal/100001507309125 Steven Sugal

       Another set of corrupt official in the making in this gov’t. The 1st corrupt is PNoy by dangling the people moneys’ to 188 congressmen in the form of Pork Barrel. It’s only 2nd year of Daan Matuwid. Mao Tse Tung controlled his country on a barrel of a gun. PNoy controls the phils thru pork barrel… Get me?

  • Kourt_of_public_opinion

    Talagang nag shine ng husto ang panot ni P-NOY at ABAD! hahahaha

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Sugal/100001507309125 Steven Sugal

      Members of Bald Head Gang

  • Kourt_of_public_opinion

    Party-party!!

  • basyong

    yang mga liberal na kasama nitong si panot e lahat yan balimbing.nasaan si abad ng pumasok si pandak ? nasaan si recto? nasaan etong uhuging pangilinan? walang mga prinsipyong mga tao na kung lulubog na ang bangka e sarili lamang ang ililigtas.ganyan din ang pangulolng panot? nakipag honeymoon sa mga lakas yan at mismo si mar? pulos pekeng liberal? ang tunay na liberal ay ang dating mayor ng manila na si lito atienza na inagawan ng korona ng mga buwang na katulad ni baboy drilon,baboy de lima at kalbong abad.

    • CheapJ

      Si Lito Atienza ay isang kampon ni GMA. Kinakabahan na rin to sa dahilang isa siya sa may kinalaman sa ‘pagkidnap’ kay Jun Lozada. Isa lamang siya sa mga pulitiko na nagpapaikot sa mga botante.

  • thomas44137

    asantoni.

    Give the man ( Pnoy ) a chance. Why are you harping about “Filipinos not producing anything” when your pandak idol AKA hypochondriac AKA feigning sickness ex President has in fact done nothing but swindle the people out of their tax money for 9 years. Her famous word of “it’s the economy student” is a farce. She borrowed more money than all 4 ex Presidents combined and tried to “pump prime” the economy. Try to read some articles about economy (student), you will learn that when governments over borrow money to try to correct it’s economy, it’s a risky move that would usually end up in fiscal disaster. More like Greece. You get what I’m saying???

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Sugal/100001507309125 Steven Sugal

      It was PNoY’s mother and the yellow who made GMA president when they trampled the Constitution in the name of People Power in 2001. You’ve never learned. It was they who made another set of corrupt officials. There will be another set of corrupt officials in the making in this present gov’t. The 1st corrupt is PNoy by dangling the people moneys’ to 188 congressmen in the form of Pork Barrel. Mao Tse Tung controlled his country on a barrel of a gun. PNoy controls the phils thru pork barrel… Get me?

    • asantoni

      Thomas, Tell me of anything “Filipinos has produce in the name of industrialization” ? I’m not idolizing any stupid President the filipinos has elected, its against my religion to idolized anybody except GOD. (I don’t know about you, it seems your idol is P-noy). My concern is the Philippine as a whole being pestered by too much politics and less program for the upliftment of the Country. Look what kind of country we have, are you satisfy with it after 114 years of existence? Why, because of stupid filipinos electing stupid president.

      • Philhealth

        asantoni, you’re not a filipino and don’t know what you’re saying. You’re more stupid than you think you are. Selfish, hypocrite and plain stupid. Filipinos are great people. We know when enough is enough! 

      • asantoni

        Philhealth, I’m more filipino than what you are saying because I care what the country is experiencing right now. Filipinos are great ? in your dreams!!! Look around you, they are everywhere in the whole planet earth, Why? Have you asked yourself..? They are in poverty almost 80%, work like slaves in other country. How great you consider a country run by three government? the NPA, MILF, and your patron, all of them are imposing taxes. The country cannot even produce its own staple food, corruption on all level of government and worse of all you close your eyes about this. I cannot blame you because it is hard to accept reality but enough to your ego. Accept the truth and it will set you free. By the way, I’m a filipino but I look the whole situation from a broader aspect not on one way view. The only problem I see is here we go again too much politics while there are more serious problem to be given priority. Kuha mo!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

        Asantoni why dont you jusst go home to the country where you are supposed to live. it maybe afghanistan,somalia,timbuktu or cuba. we dont need your unsolicited advice, i even suspect that you are in fact the janitor of Thief Justice Renato Corona.

  • wawa2172

    “LP’s brightest moment”? I guess not, to me the first word of the political party is “LAMPA” and everybody knows what the tagalog word means. Recalling our history, LP is the bitter enemy of NP,  the party of the Ninoy Aquino and Ferdie Marcos respectively. Marcos hold to power as a strongman for 20 plus years. Ninoy was brutally killed but it lead to the downfall of Ferdie in 1986.  Cory, the wife of Ninoy became the president, but never found out the mastermind of her husband during her term. Marcos was accused of numerous cases such as graft and corruption and  human rights violation but even in his death he was never found guilty of any crimes even if the Filipino people knows the kind of criminal he is. The Marcoses are back on the limelight and are now enjoying the perks of what their father left for them as inheritance: the Filipino peoples wealth that Marcos has plundered in billions of pesos. As we know unlike Marcos, the little lady is unlucky not to be supported by friendly america and she is powerless at VMCC, her hospital prison. LP claiming brightest moment in filing impeachment against Corona? Tell you its a dud. Why? Because as LP is preparing for the its 66th founding celebration at Balay headquarter, the Marcoses and their cronies scored another victory with Sandigbayan throwing the Binondo Central Bank case in the bin. The victory of the Marcoses was even made more sweeter by the LP head Pnoy declaring Chinese New year as holiday. I am sure that the Binondo Central Bank recepient with Imelda and kids and the cronies will be joining the dragon dance to celebrate another NP victory. Lampa pa rin ang LP, Corona with no political affiliation is nothing but a small fish in a big pond.  

  • efriend

    PNoy is doing the right thing.  The road to reform is a very difficult one. Just read the comments of some of the folks here.  Unbelievable.  We all need to start somewhere.  Kudos to PNoy and his team.  At the end of the day, some people should go to jail.

    • ricelander

      Yes, indeed, cleaning up is an extremely difficult task and yes, we need to start somewhere.  But all wise men do not advise starting such a noble effort in the enemies’ backyard.  It is an old, timeless wisdom: start it in your own backyard.  The underlying thought should be simple and compelling enough to see.  

      That is why the President should have devoted much of his own reflecting and effort into resolving the Hacienda Luisita controversy early into his administration.  It is not just the sprawling land in its physical essence but the injustice and moral depravity that it symbolizes.  Graft and corruption, the kind that attended every government we had, are but manifestations of greed, avarice, covetousness, name it, an evil that must be expunged from our midst.  But should we honestly see Hacienda Luisita for what it is, every sordid detail attending to it from beginning to today, what could yet possibly beat it as a symbol of  kasuwapangan?   

      I am willing to grant the President good faith, but anyone who wants to embark on such a gargantuan task must start with a clear unquestionable moral ascendancy.  Less than that, it is  hypocrisy, pure and simple.

      • panaloangtotoo2

        di kaya ikaw ang hypocrite? linisin mo muna ang sarilio bago ka paniwalaan ng marami!

      • akoydukha

        @panaloangtoto2…so isa ka sa mga tumatangkilik sa sws survey, na alam naman ng nakararami na biased ito sa current administration at mukhang ikaw na lang ang hindi pa nakakaalam.

      • panaloangtotoo2

        paano mo alam na biased ito? Inggit ka? mamatay ka sa inggit!

      • KenKhoy

        well said – agree – 4 thumbs up

      • Mark Suarez

        ” But all wise men do not advise starting such a noble effort in the enemies’ backyard.”

        thanks for your opinion..

  • Pogi

    Brightest Moment for what? After his term and the future Pres. is no LP member most of your members will jump ship again. Accept that stu…d. LP will be sidelined again like pooh in congress if you don’t have President in power.
    I’ll vote for a President who has guts to dissolved. the upper and lower house. This institution is designed to make our country suffer.(Pork barrels,diverted loans from WB,China,US,etc.,Power,Guns,Gang,Drugs,Kabits,land grabber)

    Recently they applied for loan on WB for sendong victims the congress is very happy because their pockets will be filled again. Good job Pnoy!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MIQDQTQUTZG2IKF73OODCLQMPY R

    Brightest moment??? bakit may voting na ba sa impeachment trial – convicted na ba? I doubt kung makakakuha siya ng 16 votes to convict. Siguro kung ang ibang Senator-Judge ay tatakbo ulit sa election……tsk tsk…pinoy nga naman.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EXFI4EUGM23PQ4FMQKLVH36OXI Jose

    ‘Brightest moment’?

    No, just no.

  • zahraff

    A decision by the Senate Impeachment Trial Court, whether it is a conviction or acquittal, is final and non-appealable, and cannot be reviewed by any court. The supreme court has no jurisdiction to review to any decision that will be handed down by the Senate Impeachment Trial Court, that is very clear in the Philippine Constitution. The senate should see to it that the proceedings should go smoothly and not entertain unnecessary objections (technicalities) especially from the camps of CORONA. We, the Filipino people wants the truth. If CORONA is really clean, then there should be no reason why his top notch lawyers keeps on objecting. The truth will set you free. Serafin Cuevas, the lead defense of CORONA, is always insisting that conviction should be based on beyond reasonable doubt, which everybody agrees. The question is – Do an ordinary person will still doubt that the assets of CORONA as stated in his SALN does not match his ability to buy all those questionable properties in question? Where did all these monies come from? If CORONA cannot explain the legitimate source of his assets, then that is plain ILL-GOTTEN WEALTH! So, Serafin Cuevas, what “REASONABLE DOUBT” are you still questioning!
    So, there is no more doubt that CORONA has amassed expensive properties in his short span as an illegal, thief, chief justice of the supreme court, way beyond his means.         

    • gnob16

      Either na hindi mo nabasa o hindi mo naintindihan ang Article II ng Impeachment Complaint. Hindi kasali ang ill-gottern wealth sa reklamo ng Kamara. At kung kasali naman ay hindi ‘yan impeachable offense. Basahin mo ang Constitution! Kung ikaw ang nasasakdal payag ka ba na magpresent ng ebidensya ang kabilang panig kahit wala ito asunto? Be reasonable! huwag mag isip kalye!!

  • txtman

    Brightest moment?

    That is a BIG laugh! Ahahahahaha!

    History will eventually say that this is one of the darkest part of our history.

    Anybody who is watching the impeachment trial with an unbiased eye will see that all the  allegations against CJ is unsubstantiated.

    Again with the help of these biased and oligarchs media i.e. ABS-CBN aka ANC and of course
        Philippine Daily Inquirer just to name a few they keep on twisting the real facts.

    Bakit kaya pilit pinapaniwala nila ang bayan ang mga mali at kasinungalingan ng gobyerno ni PNOY?

    To site an example, in ANC’s coverage you can see that they invited a very biased guest i.e.
       Atty. Avencena- sinabi lang na nagtuturo daw siya sa UP College of Law eh akala mo
       tama na lahat ang kanyang mga opinion. Bobo lang ang maniniwala dyan! What a SHAME!

    If you watch respected international news for example CNN, they always invite different people
      who may have different opinions. Ganyan dapat!

    Sabi nga ng GMA, ang tunay na journalist ay:

    WALANG KINIKILINGAN!

    WALANG KASINUNGALINGAN!

    SERBISYONG TOTOO LAMANG!

    Pitiful!

  • txtman

    Only a person with below normal mind will reason out like you do.
    Pitiful!

  • UrHONOR

    HA HA HA……hiiiiiirap-na-hiiiiirap ang TNL na mga PALA at HAQUOT ng dating TANGingINA ng BAYAN.  Palibhasa salat sa mabuting kaisipan, puro INSULTO PERSONAL (ad hominem) na lang ang pinag-kakana.  Kahabag-habag.

    What  is common among the ff:  Price Albert, Prince William, Sir Elton John, John McCain, Michael Jordan, Noynoy Aquino, Andre Agassi, Magic Johnson, Bruce Willis, Vin Diesel, and Ron Howard.  Pretty good company, eh?

  • Alajero

    …Kudos to the LP senators who have more sense of delicadesa…for not showing up…
    …because …as everyone know…Mr. Aquino is the main stakeholder to the impeachment…and it is totally inappropriate for the “jurors” to socialize with the plaintiff…
    …which Mr. Aquino did not have sense to understand…in spite his verbal denial…but obviously show in his actions…
    …which I am totally appalled for its hypocrisy…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O4MDZR3SLTCYBA24RLMQO52H7U Avtar Singh

      @Alajero:disqus ….because you hated them so much…..especially our elected (not fake) President.  You are not helping…..to make our country corrupt-free.

      • Alajero

        HI Avtar…I am sorry that you felt I hated Mr. Aquino…it is not the case…I’ve been in support of him when I first started posting my comments…at the time that…there’s a threat for military reprisal..because of his mishandling of the MILF massacre…and I still do….I just disagree about his obsession about GMA…and I sense it to be personal…to the detriment of the most urgent needs of the nation…CJ Coronal is an offshoot this obsession…I am duty bound to call his attention to this …while most of us are caught up with the euphoria…of the current soap opera in congress…
        …some of us should detach ourselves….and look from outside …to see the big picture…
        …this country need to cultivate future leaders…and we are failing our youth for not having to show some good examples…
        …do you ever hear anyone from the academics….how about the people in business…who are in the know….
        ….you hear and read only …from starstruck reporters…who blindly sides with the establishment…who have some strong penchants…for drama and operatic..
        …we need concrete actions…like overhauling the government systems infrastructure…with the goal of able to track down government projects..from appropriation…bidding…awards…execution…
        ..it would be foolish to trust personalities…the strength of a country …lies on its ideals and values…not on temporary leaders….who are only passing through…

  • patawad

    Brightest kasi nuong moment na yon napakakintab ng kanyang panot, he he.

    The other day, sabi ng isang news dito sa PDI, sabi daw ni Panot hindi niya kinakausap ang mga senatongs about impeachment.  Contradiction naman ito duon, ano ba talaga PDI? Either sinungaling kayo o si Panot.  FYI, marami ng marurunong na Pinoys, di ninyo magagago lahat.

  • quirinomayer

    While I am all for the impeachment of the coddler of Gloria and wish the prosecution well in its task of  ferreting out the truth and proving the guilt of Corona, there is nothing so far to brag about and call the brightest moment blah blah. The President should refrain from premature pronouncements and celebration because it makes him look silly. As silly as when his sister who talks before she thinks  had said that the prime minister of Thailand is a good match for him without bothering to check if she was single or not.

  • patawad

    Tumpak ka quirinomayer.  Kris is so stupid to make such a comment. Stupid ..ier than her bro looks.

  • Marcial Rizal

    Sa palagay ko ginagamit lang ng prosecution team si Kgg. na Pangulo.  It is not the other way around.   After Article 2  wala na.  Wala na silang ibubuga.

  • patawad

    Why single out CJ Corona on ill gotten wealth?  Those prosecutors/lawmakers know how to prove it, and they were able to call the right people that can prove it, including no less than the BIR chief, but am on a quandary why they did not use the same tactic to prove ill gotten wealth for the like of the Iggy Arroyo, Pichay, Kabayad Noli, the Generals with pabaons, and others with suspected and reportedly ill gotten wealth.  

    Looks like it was because Panot is so bent to oust him so he can put in place his man from KKK, and it will be fiesta for him all the way till the end of his term, enjoying at Hacienda Luisita.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_O4MDZR3SLTCYBA24RLMQO52H7U Avtar Singh

    Ayaw daw ni Nora Aunor gawin ang movie para gampanan si GMA dahil may phobia daw siya sa kulungan…Tsismis ba ito???? Gusto ni Kris kaya siya nag-audition…Tsismis talaga…Ang buhay Pinoy….makulay at malapit ng  maging corrupt-free ….

    • READMENOW2011

      POLITICS. IT”S MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES.

  • dani77777

    Long live the Filipino people!!!
    Long live the Liberal Party!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_44QGTQXFYHNVPNMX453LWBPMXM Opel

    time for the paid bloggers to start insulting and ridiculing the President! ala naman naniniwala sa inyo. gagamit lang kayo ng ibang alias na kunwari susuporta sa post nyo. yuccccck!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Sugal/100001507309125 Steven Sugal

    The dull moments of LP!!! The President, The executive and Congress conspired to impeach the CJ thru Pork Barrel, the peoples’ money. That is the dullest moment of LP. Corruption…corruption..corruption Headed by PNoy. That’s Daan Matuwid, creating a new set of corrupt officials in gov’t. Mao Tse Tung controlled his country thru a barrel of a gun. PNoy thru Pork Barrel..

  • Coronarroyo

    Below are the details of the title of the purported Corona properties:

    MAKATI CITY
    1.) CCT No. 85716 in the name of CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO  c. CORONA

    PARANAQUE/PASAY CITY
    2.) TCT No. 58643 in  the name of Spouses CONSTANTINO L. CASTILLOand ROSENDA A. CASTILLO

    MARIKINA CITY
    3.}TCT No. N-97119 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    4.)TCT No. N-97120 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    S.)TCT No. N-97121  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    6.)TCT No. N-97122  in the name of MA. CRISTINA  R. CORONA married to RENATa C. CORONA
    7.}TCT No. N-97123  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATOC. CORONA
    8.)TCT No. N-97124 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATa C. CORONA
    9.) TCT No. N-97125  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA  married to  RENATO C. CORONA
    10.)TCT No. N-85804 In the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA

    TAGUIG CITY
    11.)CCT No. 5582 in the name of CRISTINA  R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    12.)CCT No. 164-2010000062 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATD CORONA
    13.)CCT No. 164-2010000063 In the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    14.}CCT No. 164-2010000064 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    15.)CCT No. 164-2010000065 in the name of Sp’ouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    16.)C(T No. 19497 in the name  of Spouses CRISTINA CORONA and RENATa CORONA
    17.)CCT No. 19651 in  the name of Spouses CRISTINA CORONA and RENATO CORONA
    18.)CCT No. 19652 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    19.)CCT No. 19653 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATa CORONA
    20.)CCT No. 8777 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    21.)TCT No. 989 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATa CORONA
    22.)TCT No. 2093-P in the name of MA. CHRISTINAR. CORONA

    QUEZON CITY
    23.)TCT No. 004-20100000410 in the name of CRISTINAR. CORONA et al
    24.)TCT No. RT- 77725 (16799) in the name of VICENTE ROCO JR. married to ASUNCION BASA
    25.)TCT No. 85121 in the name of Spouses RENATO C. CORONA and CRISTINA R. CORONA
    26.)TCT No. 004- 2010001387 (from ‘TCT No. 85121) in the name of Spouses RHODELV. RIVERA and
    AMELIA E. RIVERA
    27.)TCT No. 004-2010007780 in the name of ERLINDA CASTILLO
    28.)TCT No. N-254901 in the name of CRISTINA CORONA
    29.)TCT No. 004- 2010010259 (from TCT No. N-254901) in the name of MA. CARLA C. CASTILLO
    married to CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III
    30.)TCT No. N-154400 in the name of Spouses ANGELINA T. CASTILLO and CONSTANTINO A.
    CASTILLO
    31.)TCT No. N-239406 in the name of CONSTANTINO DEL CASTILLO et al
    32.)TCT No. N-239398 (from TCT No. 226256, RT- 106747) in the name of CONSTANTINO DEL
    CASTILLO
    33.)TCT No. RT- 106747 (226256) in the name of NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
    34.)CCT No. N-35812 (from CCT No. N-11168) in the name of Spouses RENATO C. CORONA and
    CRISTINA R. CORONA
    35.)CCT No. N-11168 in the name of BURGUNDY REALTY CORPORATION
    36.)TCT No. RT-62661 (82917) in the name of CONSTANTINO L. CASTILLO  married  to FELISA  A.
    CASTILLO
    37.)TCT No. N-327732 in the name of CONSTANTINO T.CASTILLO III married to MA. CARLA  C.
    CASTILLO
    38.)TCT No. 125683 in the name of MYRLA NELAD-BAJAR married to BENEROSO E. BAJAR (sold to
    CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III)
    39.)TCT No. N-260027 in the name of CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III married to CARLA R. CORONA .
    40.)TCT No. RT-20758 in the name of DANIEL G. ENCINA married to DOMICIANA  ATRERO (sold to
    CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III)
    41.)TCT No. RT- 3191 (163660) in the name of RENATO C. CORONA married to MA. CRISTINA R.
    CORONA
    42.)TCT No. RT- 3190 (163659) in the name of EUGENIA CORONADO married to JUAN M. CORONA
    43.)TCT No. 84242 in the name of Spouses CONSTANTINO CASTILLO JR. and ANGELINA  T. CASTILLO
    44.)TCT No. 84241 in the name of ISMAEL A. MATHAY, JR. et al
    45.)TCT No. N-141891 in the name of RENATO C. CORONA married to CRISTINA R. CORONA

    • gnob16

      kasali ba ‘to sa Article 2?

    • eezychair

      Anong ginagawa mo dito? di ba me meeting kayo ng mga prosecutors? Pag.usapan nyo pa ng maayos, baka maniwala pa ang madlang people sa inyo.

  • Coronarroyo

    How much is the salary of Philippines’ Supreme Court’s chief justice?

    Chief Justice salary grade- 32 = 46,200 pesos including COLA.

    • justbethankfull

      I make 75,000 a month pero isa lang bahay ko, hangang ngayon hinuhulugan ko pa. Dapat siguro mag SC justice din ako, o kaya papasadahin ko si mrs…..gawin niyang taxi iyong kotse namin.

      • to0

        “Hindi ka nagiisa.” The Filipino people is on a mess  because of a market that has gone crazy. No matter how much you earn, you will be affected with the worst price cartel (Inflation) created by Chinese businessmen who controls our Commerce. Just yesterday, my wife and I haven’t taken our breakfast because we have to rush going to our appointment. Finishing our choir at 12:30, we went to a famous Chicken Restaurant. Guess what?

        Feeling so famished, we ordered the biggest Chicken around, the “Family size”, infavor of spring Chicken and the Regular size. He heh ehe. We also ordered “Pancit cantoon.” The Family size Chicken is priced at P 430 and the Pancit Cantoon P 186. 

        As we wait for an extra ordinary length of time, I was salivating thinking that the Family size chicken is as big as a turkey and the pancit Canton maybe in a big plate.

        He heh eh! My wife and I had a surprise of our life. The pretty waitress brought in a chicken as small as a “30 day chick” and the noodle just a  few strands. This is what we get for letting the Chinese take over our nations commerce. With the money we spent, we could have brought 4 whole chicken for our families delight. 

        Everything is so expensive in the Philippines and the Filipinos is paying 3 times what our Asian neighbor is paying for the same item. “Long live the CHINESE!”   

  • alazzka

    At this early stage, the statement of PNoy may be premature.  Be forewarned that the opposite of brightness is DARKNESS!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

      Darkness is at the VMMC where the Queen of Darkness is recuperating kuno.

  • wawa_pinoy

    parang ang aga naman ng victory party na to.. sige party party na lang tayo ^_^

  • manggoding

    “World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao was present at the party, as was actor Cesar Montano, who also served as emcee of the program”

    Talagang no.1 Balimbing din itong si Pacquiao.
    Dapat iknockout na ito ni Mayweather kung matuloy man.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

      Why dont you report that to the BOSS of the LAKAS-KAMPI at the VMMC. Edcel Lagman will be very happy.

  • Maldi2

    Except for a few, who are doing their jobs properly, I guess all Cabinet secretaries of Simeon needs to follow Simeon in singing “Estudyante Blues”.  They are all but a bunch of “students” on OJT for governance!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

      Thief Justice Corona must have given you one of his condominium in Taguig. hehehe

  • titolim

    kung mga mukhang estudyante pa ang nag papatakbo ng bansa ano na kaya ang ng yari sa pilipinas, mayroon pa kasi dyan na gusto pa ata yong mga magnanakaw ang mag patakbo ng bansa kaysa sa tama. 

  • GKid

    Wow, I can’t believe President Aquino admitted that he hasn’t done anything for the country. Revenge is his “Brightest Moment”. That is unbelievable, when so many Filipinos live in Poverty and less than 1 square meal a day!

    • caseydean

      To think na marami pang mga nasalanta ng bagyo ang hanggang ngayon ay nasa relief center at wala pa ring matuluyan

  • pepengkabayo

    The President said Corona’s impeachment was one of the LP’s brightest moments….
     
    Akala ko para sa bayan Pilipinas at sa mga mamamayan ang Impeachment ni Corona, yon pala pang Liberal Party lang.
    In contrast to what President Manuel L Quezon said, My loyalty to the Party ends when my Loyalty to the Country Begins.
    Baligtad si Pnoy mas mahal ang Liberal Party.
    Tama ang sabi ni Quezon and to quote, “It is better that the country be run likeimpierno by Filipinos and not like Heaven by Americans.”
    Pero sa isang band tama na rin ang impierno kesa naman lahukan pa ng demonyo ang namumuno lalong napalaot.
    Besides, sanay na sa init ang mga Pilipino para na rin impiyerno during summer.

  • us_sixtycents

    It’s cheaper to Party in Quezon City than New York City.. and that’s the brightest moment.

    • caseydean

      The Office of the President released 2 Billion pesos (PHILSTAR) TO FUND MEDIA CAMPAIGN for the impeachment of Corona.

      The amount came from the president relief funds

      THAT IS THE BRIGHTEST MOMENT

      • us_sixtycents

        Really? I’d say fund more to get rid of undesirables. Money well spent!

        I’m sure that guy would do more damage  – more than whatever figure you mentioned.

        Have fun buddy!

      • ALIASTULFO

        WHAT?  OMG!!  LET’S JAIL THIS PRESIDENT!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WOVY4FCXSOKTQBYTDLW6NNYK64 florentino

    President singing “estudyante blues”,  that’s right it’s the ECONOMY STU…

    Alam na natin bakit ang leader ng Liberal Party ang ginawang budget secretary para gamitin ang pork barrel para sa interest ng partido.

    Iyan ang lp’s brigthtest moment ang gamitin ang pork barrel at ira ng lgu laban sa mga political enemies nila. This by making lp’s sec.gen. as budget secretary

    Abad at Pnoy pag untugin nyo na lang ang ulo nyong panot.

  • justbethankfull

    While I agree that Chief Justice Corona must go, I think this administration and the party hold their victory dances until the trial is over. They should also do it for the country and the judicial system and not for themselves.

  • caseydean

    NGAYONG GABI NA ANG GAPANGAN !!!!

    Malalaman natin kung sino sa mga senador ang nagpagapang kay Noynoy sa pagboto nila bukas sa inihain ni Sen. Escudero hinggil sa article 2.

    Ayon kay Escudero, hindi maaring tatlo ang laman ng isang articulo dahil sila ay boboto ng GUILTY OR ACQUITTED lamang walang if or but.

    Kailanang malaman kung ano ba talaga ang ultimate facts ng article 2

    Bukas malalaman sa kanilang pagdedebate at botohan kung sino ay nagpagapang ngayong gabi

    • gnob16

      klaro na man ang ultimate fact ng Article 2: non-filing and non-disclosure of SALN. kaya nagkandarapa ang mga prosecutors ng malaman nila nagfile ng SALN si CJ. Ang issue talaga sa Article 2 is whether the filing of SALN before the clerk if court complies the provision of the Constitution and RA 6713. Ill-gotten wealth is a non-issue.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4MOBWGGGZI5EH3LI2BGVOMZ2IM Avelino

    Corona please follow the example of the late Secretary Angelo Reyes as soon as possible.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DI3QGCJEEFK52CT4DTQ7I5SRUE Neil

    Ipasa na ng LP  ang Bill regarding “STRENGTHENING POLITICAL PARTY / Party Building”  na nakabinbin sa Kongreso na hawak ngayon ni Rep Barzaga of Cavite.  
    Upang mawakasan at pahinain ang PATRON at personality oriented ng pulitika at maka-MOVED ON na ang ating bansa (ala WESTERN EUROPE, BRAZIL – PT),  mahalagang MA-INSTITUTIONALIZED  na ang mga Political Party sa Pinas at magkabuhay naman ang poltical platform,  principles and ideology na matagal ng sinalaula ng POLITICAL CLAN at PATRON.
     
    Ito marahil ang POLITICAL REFORM na matagal ng hinihintay ng politically matured na CITIZENS sa ating bansa.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XIRUKSJA2DWBBI4I4T6CJVN6NY Gerald

    Speaking too soon again Mr President.  I hope this is not just ‘LP’s brightest moment’ but rather “Victory of the people”. Those are two very different things.

  • nestleraisinets

    abnormal talaga

  • Fulpol

    LP’s brightest moment..

    ————————————-

    naging Presidente si Ferdinand Marcos…

    hahaha
    haahahah
    ahahahhaahha

    • Ulipur

      mr/ms Fulpol:

      Pagkaalam ko po hindi na LP si FM noon. Lumipat na siya sa NP noon.

  • goavan

    what?  brightest moment?  ang bababaw talaga?  kasing bababaw ng prosecution team.  Good luck Philippines under the leadership of pnoy – inept leadership and incompetence…based on too much politics and vested interest…kamaganak, inc only in a different name and new players lead by balimbing drilon, confused pangilinan (if not sharon ala rin), read the law tupas, etc

  • MarcoAgustin

    Brightest moment my A$$.  Wag nyo  ( together with allies in the media )  kaming gawing TANGA.  

  • http://twitter.com/Passer2012 Just Me

    if that’s the brightest moment in your 2 years of existence… Pnoy.. you better shape up…

  • Nald_Ap

    I think this demeans the achievements of the LP in its more than 50 year history.  Aquino and Abad are nothing compared to the likes of Salonga and Tanada.  

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/IJBFEJNL25GVBNPBUONS3H32LA none

    where’s the bright in brightest moment? bulag yata kayo? 

  • ALIASTULFO

    Justice Corona must not go.  He is an institution of Integrity, unlike pnoy.  He will be our banner when we OCCUPY malacañang.

  • jericxx

    Reform the judiciary when he can’t even clean his own backyard.  He has even dirtied it by being a corruptor of Congress to get what he wants.

  • murtson

    So the President is pulling the legs of his partymates!

    Politicians never consider after all that their primary lookout is to pull the citizenry out of the woods but here they are again.- totally missing their roles. The ruling party should not feel so wonderful unless the real points why their is a government for the people are achieved.

    Straight path definitely must not cater to political parties’ motives but to the people’s service and alleviation. Beat up with an impeachment reveals a loser leadership. It’s the nation why you are there for, @$$#%&”!…

  • ALIASTULFO

    VIVA JUSTICE CORONA!!!

  • ALIASTULFO

    Do it yourself, onto yourself, and to the piglets of pnoy in the executive and legislative.

  • albert avila

    Party…Party.. gasoline prices and basic commodeties are up.. lets party….. people are dying yeahh party…

  • Atlason

    Brightest moment? I don’t think so; if anything, they’ve proven that the powerful in this land can set the law aside and act with impunity. Pnoy unlawfully intervening in the affairs of congress by ordering Speaker Belmonte to rally his liberal party minions and others in congress to railroad the impeachment of Corona is a blatant attack on the democratic processes of this country.

    • panaloangtotoo2

      Grabe, pare-pareho ng line of thinking ng mga bayaran ni Corona at and mga magnanakaw sa Juducial fund. Talaga nag naman full force kayo nitong mga nagdaan na draw!

  • nes0624

    What kind of people are there in the Liberal Party? How could the impeachment of CJ Corona be their shining moment when they have not proven anything yet. I believe they are dangerous

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/CGKPOIE7FZ4FAUL7RUIUDHDGE4 edgar

     Si Noynoy ang pinaka greedy sa lahat na pangulo dahil ginamit nya ang resources ng gobyerno para makuha nya ang kanyang gusto na makapera ang  hacienda Luisita ng 4.6 Billion dagdag.. Noynoy is bribing all agencies in government .. bribing congressmen at even senators just to impeach the man who is instrumental in implementing the CARP Law…Noy darating ang araw na pagsisihan mo ang iyong ginagawa

    • panaloangtotoo2

      Nakarma nawa ang sinungaling…dapuan ng matinding sakit ang lahat ng myembro ng pamilya…magkamalas-malas sa buhay. Karma para sa mga sinungaling !

  • jeffrey zhao

    Yaks, nakakahiya… Minsan na ngang umupo ang LIBERAL PARTY eh ito pa ang dinadakdak nila… Trabaho, pagkain, projekto muna!!!!!!!

    • panaloangtotoo2

      Trabaho, pagkain at proyekto at laging pinag-usapansa time ni gloria…may nangyari ba? Oo nga pala…mas dumami ang nagugutom noon, mas marami ang mga magnanakaw, drug pushers…at ang mga proyekto — daming depektibo at laki ng mga TONGPATS!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MZKGOTWL3ZISAMNCLZ53UUGNMY NORBERT

    KUMANTA NA NAMAN ANG MGA ABNOY’ - 

  • centviscom

    DESTROY the CORPORATIONS which are made as the MEANS of these UNSCRUPULOUS CAPITALISTS to own and possess LARGE tracts of land, ENSLAVING ITS WORKERS, and in a direct contradiction to the spirit of the LAND REFORM law as originally contemplated by our late PRES. MARCOS, which was to “emancipate the tenant from the bondage of the soil”.The Arroyos and the Cojuancos are BOTH guilty, and so are a lot of other “meztizo” corporations existing in the Philippines today. The president, and his congressional piglets may be turning a blind eye on these corporate lobbyists, but not our current Judiciary headed by the Justice Corona. These corrupt members of our departments are showing their ugly heads, and are trying to destroy our last remaining pillar of JUSTICE which is now the sole remaining protector of our citizen’s real RIGHTS. DESTROY THESE CORPORATIONS AND OCCUPY THE PHIL. STOCK EXCHANGE!!!!!!!

  • Fulpol

    napakalaki ang stake ni Noynoy sa impeachment ni Corona:

    1. promise sa kamag-anak about Hacienda Luisita
    2. promise niya sa US about Mindanao
    3. promise niya sa sarili niya kasama na si Conrado sa paghihiganti

    galit, kasakiman, at pagiging amboy, yan ang nasa puso ni Noynoy…

    hahaha
    hahahaha
    hahahahaha

    • panaloangtotoo2

      panis na po yang alibi mo…si Mareng winnie, si Topacio, si Horn, Si Baklitang Marquez na lang ang may ganong klasing dahilan!

  • akoydukha

    According sa bagong survey ng SWS na napublished sa ibang dyaryo kahapon, nabawasan na ng malaki ang mga naghihirap sa Pilipinas..see how this survey agency twisted the facts para lang ma-please si pnoy.

    • panaloangtotoo2

      eh di idemanda mo yong survey agency kung may prueba ka…wag hang duwag at wag hang puro dada lang!

    • kawawang_bansa

      apparently, this has to do with definitions…for example, dati yung definition ng standard na pagkain ay adobo. binago at ginawang pritong isda na lang para maalis ang suka at ibang ingredients na nagpapamahal ng adobo…so ngayon, mas marami na ang nakaka-afford sa standard na ulam…therefore, nabawasan na ang mas mahirap sa pilipinas…hmmm

  • Coronarroyo

    Below are the details of the title of the purported Corona properties:

    MAKATI CITY
    1.) CCT No. 85716 in the name of CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO  c. CORONA

    PARANAQUE/PASAY CITY
    2.) TCT No. 58643 in  the name of Spouses CONSTANTINO L. CASTILLOand ROSENDA A. CASTILLO

    MARIKINA CITY
    3.}TCT No. N-97119 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    4.)TCT No. N-97120 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    S.)TCT No. N-97121  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    6.)TCT No. N-97122  in the name of MA. CRISTINA  R. CORONA married to RENATa C. CORONA
    7.}TCT No. N-97123  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATOC. CORONA
    8.)TCT No. N-97124 in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATa C. CORONA
    9.) TCT No. N-97125  in the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA  married to  RENATO C. CORONA
    10.)TCT No. N-85804 In the name of MA. CRISTINA R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA

    TAGUIG CITY
    11.)CCT No. 5582 in the name of CRISTINA  R. CORONA married to RENATO C. CORONA
    12.)CCT No. 164-2010000062 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATD CORONA
    13.)CCT No. 164-2010000063 In the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    14.}CCT No. 164-2010000064 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    15.)CCT No. 164-2010000065 in the name of Sp’ouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    16.)C(T No. 19497 in the name  of Spouses CRISTINA CORONA and RENATa CORONA
    17.)CCT No. 19651 in  the name of Spouses CRISTINA CORONA and RENATO CORONA
    18.)CCT No. 19652 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    19.)CCT No. 19653 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATa CORONA
    20.)CCT No. 8777 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATO CORONA
    21.)TCT No. 989 in the name of Spouses CRISTINACORONA and RENATa CORONA
    22.)TCT No. 2093-P in the name of MA. CHRISTINAR. CORONA

    QUEZON CITY
    23.)TCT No. 004-20100000410 in the name of CRISTINAR. CORONA et al
    24.)TCT No. RT- 77725 (16799) in the name of VICENTE ROCO JR. married to ASUNCION BASA
    25.)TCT No. 85121 in the name of Spouses RENATO C. CORONA and CRISTINA R. CORONA
    26.)TCT No. 004- 2010001387 (from ‘TCT No. 85121) in the name of Spouses RHODELV. RIVERA and
    AMELIA E. RIVERA
    27.)TCT No. 004-2010007780 in the name of ERLINDA CASTILLO
    28.)TCT No. N-254901 in the name of CRISTINA CORONA
    29.)TCT No. 004- 2010010259 (from TCT No. N-254901) in the name of MA. CARLA C. CASTILLO
    married to CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III
    30.)TCT No. N-154400 in the name of Spouses ANGELINA T. CASTILLO and CONSTANTINO A.
    CASTILLO
    31.)TCT No. N-239406 in the name of CONSTANTINO DEL CASTILLO et al
    32.)TCT No. N-239398 (from TCT No. 226256, RT- 106747) in the name of CONSTANTINO DEL
    CASTILLO
    33.)TCT No. RT- 106747 (226256) in the name of NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
    34.)CCT No. N-35812 (from CCT No. N-11168) in the name of Spouses RENATO C. CORONA and
    CRISTINA R. CORONA
    35.)CCT No. N-11168 in the name of BURGUNDY REALTY CORPORATION
    36.)TCT No. RT-62661 (82917) in the name of CONSTANTINO L. CASTILLO  married  to FELISA  A.
    CASTILLO
    37.)TCT No. N-327732 in the name of CONSTANTINO T.CASTILLO III married to MA. CARLA  C.
    CASTILLO
    38.)TCT No. 125683 in the name of MYRLA NELAD-BAJAR married to BENEROSO E. BAJAR (sold to
    CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III)
    39.)TCT No. N-260027 in the name of CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III married to CARLA R. CORONA .
    40.)TCT No. RT-20758 in the name of DANIEL G. ENCINA married to DOMICIANA  ATRERO (sold to
    CONSTANTINO T. CASTILLO III)
    41.)TCT No. RT- 3191 (163660) in the name of RENATO C. CORONA married to MA. CRISTINA R.
    CORONA
    42.)TCT No. RT- 3190 (163659) in the name of EUGENIA CORONADO married to JUAN M. CORONA
    43.)TCT No. 84242 in the name of Spouses CONSTANTINO CASTILLO JR. and ANGELINA  T. CASTILLO
    44.)TCT No. 84241 in the name of ISMAEL A. MATHAY, JR. et al
    45.)TCT No. N-141891 in the name of RENATO C. CORONA married to CRISTINA R. CORONA

    • mamibels

      This post is brought to you by the Ricky Carandang Support the Stupid House Prosecutors Comedy Show.

    • mekeni62

      Coronarroyo,

      nawawala sa eksena si ztefertilizerscam pero iisa style niyo ng postings.Bakit kailangan mo pang magpalit ng alias?bistado ka naman.Utos ba ni Carandang?

  • Coronarroyo

    How much is the salary of Philippines’ Supreme Court’s chief justice?

    Chief Justice salary grade- 32 = 46,200 pesos including COLA.

  • mamibels

    Huwaw! Brightest moment na ito? Meaning bahala na si Batman na maghanap ng mga solusyon sa mga mas malaking problema ng nakararaming mamayan dulot ng kahirapan?

  • Magicate2000

    LP’s biggest blunder, if I may say so!  All the so-called properties as enumerated by a grovelling Abnoy fanatic have not yet been formally presented as evidence by the pork-secutors.  Moreover, they will have difficulty in making use of these so-called evidence because of a defective article.  Credit that to sloppiness and the haste by which they made the impeachment complaint!  

    • http://twitter.com/jf_kwt JF

      The right word now is PORK-SECUTORS.. take note mga katoto..

  • watsupdoc

    Pakita tao lang ang manga LP senators for not attending the party hosted by the President.  For all intents and purposes they, specially Drilon, have already convicted Corona even before the trial began.  Of course they have to toe the LP party line because after all the trial is basically a political exercise.  The silent majority is just watching who among the senators will vote because of conscience based on evidence.  Those rabid followers of the president are expected to obey the instructions of His Majesty.  When their master orders them to jump, they only ask one question:  “How high, sir?”

    • claipm

      Maganda ang ginawa ni Drilon para mailabas ang SALN but please Senator Drillon.  Stop already I beg you.l

    • clementejak

      @watsupdoc:twitter , may I remind you this impeachment trial is a political exercise. The sole purpose is to remove from office an impeachable official. These 23 senators are sworn under oath to be judges but they have their own party affiliations and personal interest.

      Of course you cannot discount the possibilities that each of these senators have their own agenda unmindful whatever the trial outcome of the trial. Anyway, they’ll vote according to their will to remove from office a high government official.

  • sc53300

    THIS REMINDS ME OF THE ARTICLE – “More serious than we think” FROM A DISTANCE By Carmen N. Pedrosa (The Philippine Star) December 10, 2011

    “For those who are not in Facebook here is a hilarious posting from New York from Lino Celle of Radio Pinoy USA :“Noy-Noy Aquino is exactly who was depicted in the movie Moon over Parador, it’s hilarious. Richard Dreyfus played the role of a dumb bachelor president of a beautiful island. He’s dictated upon by 5 influential families on how to run the gov’t. When he delivers a speech, it wouldn’t matter to him if he was already reading the lyrics from Man from La Mancha, ‘to beat the unbeatable foe, to right the unrightable wrong, . . . to bear the unbearable sorrows . . . and to dream the impossible dream !’.“Then after he hears the clapping prompted by his sidekicks his pimping aide tells him, ‘It was a hit. It’s a hit, Mr. President’.“He then meets an aging CIA Agent. The American, running around wearing khaki shorts and a native hat, posing as a retiree gets into the presidential shaded limo and grabs the balding president’s shoulders and screamed, ‘You miserable wimp, we’re tired of your drinking buddies’ crap, you just read a wrong script!.” LOL”

    • herculubus

      sc53300, how I wish this piece will be introduced as evidence by the Defense Team in the impeachment trial…LOL…DOUBLE LOL…

      • loudwhale

        high expectation w/o hard work & competence lead to disapointment only.

  • dongvee

    President Pnoy was quoted as saying … “there is renewed confidence in our economy that is generating jobs and opportunities for Filipinos …” Ehemm! Who have regained (renewed) confidence in our economy? Foreign investors? Last year, as reported by Banko Sentral, our country managed to corner only about $50M foreign direct investments (FDI’s), while our neighbor -arguably as corrupt country as ours – Indonesia cornered about $9B FDI’s, and Thailand – our erstwhile twin-economic sibling- got no less than $15B FDI’s. Just the other day, Banko Sentral reported that there was more outflows of dollar from our coffers than what came in last December; and our economy was lifted almost solely by OFW’s remittances. Where do we base this claim then of Pnoy about ‘renewed confidence” in our economy brought about by his “enlightened leadership”? Come on. Get real.

    • claipm

      Day dreaming of rich people.

  • KenKhoy

    Ricelander i took the liberty to quote your comments below. This needs re-posting. hope you don’t mind.

    ///quote///
    Yes, indeed, cleaning up is an extremely difficult task and yes, we need to start somewhere.  But all wise men do not advise starting such a noble effort in the enemies’ backyard.  It is an old, timeless wisdom: start it in your own backyard.  The underlying thought should be simple and compelling enough to see.  
    That is why the President should have devoted much of his own reflecting and effort into resolving the Hacienda Luisita controversy early into his administration.  It is not just the sprawling land in its physical essence but the injustice and moral depravity that it symbolizes.  Graft and corruption, the kind that attended every government we had, are but manifestations of greed, avarice, covetousness, name it, an evil that must be expunged from our midst.  But should we honestly see Hacienda Luisita for what it is, every sordid detail attending to it from beginning to today, what could yet possibly beat it as a symbol of  kasuwapangan?   

    I am willing to grant the President good faith, but anyone who wants to embark on such a gargantuan task must start with a clear unquestionable moral ascendancy.  Less than that, it is  hypocrisy, pure and simple.//// unquote///

    I salute you sir.

    • claipm

      Good insight. Please keep on posting this.

    • kawawang_bansa

      mr tiglao, a pdi columnist issued a challenge to the president to prove his critics wrong: declare that he will follow the supreme court decision to distribute hacienda luisita to the farmers

      what do you think will the president’s response be?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Fred-Mil/100002160424509 Fred Mil

    no sense to argue with you since you paid by GMA to say anything bad about this administration. but for those who really want to know whether the economy is really doing well or not… look at the stock market. it has reached all time high 3x since Pnoy took over.

    enough said

    • claipm

      I dont think so, kasi known ang administration sa black propoganda.  Remember GMA started the issue of hadcienda luisita. 

    • walangdiyos

      @fred mil..you are such a naive! stock market is not an indication of real progress. it is only a technical surge and once it corrects it will have its downward trend. when true hard  investments comes then you might call it progress.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YZ6C2ZPRQKTMKRHJZUY6RBWTVE alan

        edited

    • kawawang_bansa

      a critic of the current president does not necessarily mean that one is for gma. marami pa rin ang naghihirap at gutom…

    • tiopaero

      Fred Mil   no sense to argue with you since you paid by GMA to say anything bad about this administration. but for those who really want to know whether the economy is really doing well or not… look at the stock market. it has reached all time high 3x since Pnoy took over.

      Economy improving since Pinoy took over ?

      When Pinoy took over Tilapia ( food of the poor no longer Galunggong as Cory said ) was only P 70.00/kilo  now it’s 100.00/kilo. Now tell the economy is improving to the poor
      since Pinoy took over let us all see if you will survive.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OA3GZEWFB7K55ANOIDRDNMWS2A Josefino

        Pakialam ko sa stock market na yan, wala naman akong stocks.  Tumaas man yan o bumaba, mayayaman lang at dayuhan nakikinabang dyan.  Sabihin mo kay baklitang P-noy, bigyan nya trabaho mga walang trabaho.  Alam naman nya pano gagawin yan. Wag na lang puro papogi dahl di na sya guguwapo.  Hanggagang dyan na lang kapangitan nya.   

      • http://twitter.com/Sbb_Sonny Sonny Boy Bataycan

        bading ba si Prez….?

  • skyrockettt

    BRIGHTEST MOMENT!…kase malapit nang mabayaran ang mga Cojuangcos ng tumataginting at sangkatutak na yaman sa amount na P5 Billion mula sa Hacienda Luisita estate, pagkatapos na mapaalis si Corona! Sino naman ang di magcecelebrate nyan, diba?

    • claipm

      Right!

  • ricelander

    At least now it can be told that the true lead prosecutor is no other than the President of the Republic and Drilon, Pangilinan, Guingona III, are indeed part of the prosecution panel.

    • claipm

      Dont worry. God is with Corona.  Because he has not done wrong to the Filipino people.

  • watsupdoc

    To Ken Khoy.  Your comment about Hacienda Luisita is one of the best I’ve read.  I’ve always believed that it’s all about insatiable greed on the part of the President’s family, regrettably starting from his own mother who said that her centerpiece program was the agrarian reform.  But look what happened?  She retained her own family’s 6000 hectares and implemented CARL so small landowners lands were taken away from them and paid fire sale valuations.  Now her son wants P1million per hectare as compensation (as recommended by P-noy’s SC appointee) or a whooping P5 BILLION Plus.  Hypocrisy is the kindest word for this situation.  Straight path???

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D6HCWT4Y27OBSOAUWWMBROOJJE JCR

    Naglipana ang mga bayaran ng mga kawatan na nasasakdal.

  • skyrockettt

    Noynoy is obviously the greatest “SWAPANG at BWAYA” in our government today. 

  • Bangkal

    reforming the judiciary will solve a lot of problems on reforms. impeaching corona will reform the judiciary, thus, will solve a lot of problems leading to developments…and I still agree that this is the LP’s shining moment…it will all start from here…

    • skyrockettt

      so your point is…you’re waiting for a new chief justice and other justices of SC appointed by Aquino, and you believe they will bring economic, social and political reforms to the PH? 

      You seem blinded by the fact that Noynoy is just working his best, not really much for the good of the Filipinos, but first and foremost of all is to prolong their family’s dynasty. That’s the passion of the cojuangco family…to be looked up to, be admired, emulated, praised as perfect and revered like saints and heroes. 

      …and Kris aquino is a perfect example of what exactly runs in their blood: PA-SIKAT.

      • kawawang_bansa

        as one columnist said, the current president may yet go into the world record as the afterthought who became the president…in his time as congressman and senator, he did not accomplish anything…if his mother did not pass away, no one would have thought of him to be president…haaay buhay

      • AbdullahZahir

        oo naman. kung di namatay ang ina ng hinayupak na abnormal na yan eh walang magiging pang umang na kapital ang mga tenang LP na yan. 

        dahil nga’t walang magandang ipakita sa survey ang mabaho pa sa pasig na bunganga ng  palengkerong si mar eh inginudngod nila ang abnormal sa pwesto. 

        ang ta ngang abnormal, eh dahil nga’t anak sya ng nanay nya, eh inako ang pwesto ng panggagalaiti ng nanay nya’t pinakialaman ang luisita. 

        kung matatanddan ninyo’t nagsimulang sumali sa tawag ng pag reresign tong namayapang si corazon dahil nanawagan ang palasyo ni gloria na ipasailalim sa agrarian reform ang luisita. 

        hayyyyyzzz… tanga’t kalahati ang karamihan sa ating mga pinoy kasama na ako, dahil sa oras ng elekesyon, napapaikot tayo ng mga hinayupak na mga politiko na iyan.

        na kahit sa mga oras na ito eh ngiwi sa kakatawa ang puwe tan ng mga le cheng politiko na yan dahil habang sila ay nag ga ga gohan sa impeachment, tuloy ang sweldo ng mga iyan. 

    • kawawang_bansa

      i disagree…188 congressmen impeached the chief justice in a day – a record. had they and the LP for that matter passed an economic measure to improve the economy, that would have been a shining moment…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Q3QGG5QHBLRMZTIYWUFURY6J2E Night

    mag isa ka penoy!!!! 

    economy kamusta naman?

  • PeteJrfern

    Impeaching the CJ is a message to the judiciary for a serioux reforms.

    • walangdiyos

      @petrjrfern… Impeaching the CJ is a message to the judiciary for a serious consideration to change its decision in the Hacienda Luisita case. your blind loyalty to Pnoy damages your brain. It is Hacienda luisita, stooge.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZKPNHSPBMK74VZ3GBIPNTJA7KE Edwin

    It is convincing that the impeachment trial is a political game initiated by Liberal Party…we should to ask those LP members to show their SALN too..

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D6HCWT4Y27OBSOAUWWMBROOJJE JCR

    Naglipana ang mga nawalan ng kanilang commission from CORONAROYO gang dito.

  • mekeni62

    Ang kakapal talaga ng pagmumukha ng mga ito.”We will not betray our duty?”.Habol kayo ng habol sa SALN ni Corona eh samantalang dalawa lang sa inyong 188 congressmen na pumirma ng articles of impeachment ang nagdeclare ng kanilang SALN.Gaguhan na lang ito.May karma din kayo.

    • kawawang_bansa

      spot on! magandang entertainment…pampalipas -gutom

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_35DZDJJ4ZHZM7JEDXECWULI2KM eric

    HOW CAN THIS BE THE BRIGHTEST MOMENT OF A POLITCAL PARTY?

    Everything here is full of SALN

    STATEMENTS OF AS*HOL* LICKERS ON NOYNOY = SALN

  • padrefaura

    weather weather lang yan, Pnoy….. sa tingin nyo hindi kayo pinagpaplanuhan ng mga binabangga nyo?

    baka hindi ka umabot ng 2013 nyan.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WERIBF2QR5XA54SQP6WD2JLMNI Jon

    LP brightest moment….& judiciaries darkest moment!..

  • loudwhale

    The LP’s should not talk too soon about their brightest moment because there is still a long way to go. baka ginto na at maging bato pa at this point.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LKH7OBS65SZ6QW3QEC4UTPG3IA Gervis

    Nag-aasume na ng victory eh nagsisimula pa lang ang laban. Ang bulaklak ng dila nitong ating nagmamagaling na Presidente eh wala pa namang napapatunayang “big accomplishment”

    • kawawang_bansa

      “big accomplishment” yan sa kanyang “tuwid na daan” policy…pero, teka, yong mga house prosecutors, malinis din ba sila? hmmm 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YZ6C2ZPRQKTMKRHJZUY6RBWTVE alan

    brightest o dumbest?

  • AbdullahZahir

    bakit ang ta ngang pangulo eh parati na lang may excuse sa kanyang pamamalakad. na para bang kung hindi ma impeach si corona eh di na tatakboa ng pamamahala nya? dati si gloria ang excuse tapos si mercedita, tapos ang kaso, tapos si corona. matapos itong impeachment at di pa rin umusad ang pamumuno nya, ano ang sunod na excuse? pag ganyan na lang parati kung ako sa kanya, magpakamatay na lang sya.,

    nakalimutan ba ng ta nga na pangulo na sya na ang namumuno at para bang ang kanyang tagumpay ay parating nakasalalay sa kanyang katunggali at hindi sa sarili nyang kakayanan? 

    ta e!

    • kawawang_bansa

      other political pundits call it “diversionary wars.” mataas ang entertainment value - may help the poor and hungry Filipinos forget that there is no, or very little food on the table

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4UUKT3KMR3HZPFPTGCWK5XQ2WY Mark

    party boys at it again!

    teka, is that Nereus Acosta?

    di ba may kasong graft iyan sa ombudsman?

    at kilalang magnanakaw sa bukidnon.

    kaka-appoint lang pala niyan by Noy as his adviser.

    LP shining moment nga.

    well anyway….

    di ba mga bobong taga-suporta na lang ang naniniwala kay mongoloid by this time, di ba?

    party! party! party!

  • Coronarroyo

    Corona’s daughter, in-law own P43.5-million properties

    1. TCT No. 004-2010010259 (fromTCT No. N-254901) in the name of Ma. 

    Carla C. Castillo married to Constantino T. Castillo Jr.
    2. TCT No. N-154400 in the name of spouses Angelina T. Castillo and 

    Constantino A. Castillo
    3. TCT No. N-239406 in the name of Constantino del Castillo et al.
    4. TCT No. N-239398 (from TCT No. 226256, RT-106747) in the name of 

    Constantino del Castillo
    5. TCT No. RT-62661 (82917) in the name of Constantino L. Castillo 

    married to Felisa A. Castillo
    6. TCT No. N-327732 in the name of Constantino T. Castillo III married 

    to Ma. Carla C. Castillo
    7. TCT No. N-125683 Myrla Nelad-Bajar married to Beneroso E. Bajar 

    (sold to Constantino Castillo III)
    8. TCT No. N-260027 in the name of Constantino T. Castillo III married 

    to Carla R. Corona
    9. TCT No. RT-20758 in the name of Daniel G. Encia married to Domiciana 

    Atrero (sold to Constantino Castillo III)
    10. TCT No. 84242 in the name of spouses Constantino Castillo Jr. and 

    Angelina T. Castillo

  • Coronarroyo

    How much is the salary of Philippines’ Supreme Court’s chief justice?

    Chief Justice salary grade- 32 = 46,200 pesos including COLA.

    • AbdullahZahir

      burado…

  • AbdullahZahir

    enjoy it while it lasts!

  • bogart73

    nag party pala ang mga abnormal, kung kailan naghihirap ang sambayanang pilipino, tumataas yata lahat ng mga bilihin saka naman sila nagpaparty.. marami pa bang natira butch abad? si acosta at tupas present din.. iba talaga basta kkk, magnanakaw sa bukidnon at iloilo in na in kay penoy

  • padrefaura

    LP’s brightest moment would be the day all the members place in the website their respective SALNs for everybody to see.

  • jimiji

    lp’s brightest moment kasi wala ng iba….hahaha

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_G7X5DO3WNUK4ORHZCFW4IAYS24 Lloyd

    Nakuhang mag paparty at magsaya dami na ngang nagugutom at problema ng bayan. Sana ang ginastos sa party e di nonate na lng sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo sa CDO at ILIGAN CITY o sa ibang paraan na makakatulong sa mga maralita.Pera naman ito ng taong bayan di b

    • Halil Patasaha

      pag party po ng isang partido usually ang pera dito ay galing po sa partido hinde po galing sa bayan… 

    • walter fortuna

       pag walang life wala din party. party here party there kahi saan party. kahit sa cdo at iligan im sure mayron din party.kaya nga ang sabi its more fun sa pinas !!!

  • Coronarroyo

    Fake Chief Justice finished doctorate without required dissertation

    UST rules

    First, UST requires a dissertation. Dissertation writing takes all of 15 units spread out in fourcourses.Second, only students who complete their doctorate degrees in five years are qualified to graduate with honors: “A student who has overstayed beyond the residency limit…will also be disqualified to graduate with honors.”
    Corona does not have a dissertation. Neither did he fulfill the five-year residency requirement.

    • AbdullahZahir

      heto na naman tong ga gong coronarroyo na to na ngawa ng ngawa ng paulit-ulit na parang ta ngang si ztefertilizer scam dati na malamang eh isa sa mga makinariyas ng propaganda ng either mga komunista o ng LP. 

      ubod sa kaga go han tong coronarroyo na ito na mukhang hindi nag iisip dahil ang utak nya eh bumaba’t naging almoranas sa pwe t nya. 

  • wawa_pinoy

    party na naman? :(.. nahuli na nga siyang nasa party nung kasagsagan ng sendong hindi pa rin nadala? hay ang tamad :(…

  • fuctore

    Palusot pa kunwari sina Drilon and gang na di sinipot ang party ng LP
    para palabasing hindi sila bias sa impeachment trial

    HELLOOOWW!!
    Ganito na ba talaga kabobobo ang mga Pilipino
    para maniwalang patas ang impeachment sa senado.

    Eleksyon na naman next year.
    Hala, sige iboto na naman natin ang mga PULITIKONG ito
    para tuloy tuloy na ang ligaya.

    It’s more fun nga talaga in the phils…

  • wawa_pinoy

    tama ka jan padrefaura..

  • skyrockettt

    Sino nga ba naman kase ang mag aakalang itong non-performing congressman/senator na ito dati na si NOYNOY ang magiging presidente pala ng Pilipinas? PAMBIHIRA oh..

  • Guest

    the ones GOD wants to destroy he makes happy first…….

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYAZBOJYIUCRLWTYJBORBVTTOI boyfarmer

    Are you sure it’s the brightest moment of LP? baka mapahiya lang kayo

  • virgiliodizon

    I am not a pro aquino, But if you look at the history of our country from the dictator to the present…
    Mr. marcos
    Mrs. aquino.
    Mr. ramos
    Mr. estrada
    Mrs. aroyo
    Mr. aquino
    I will choose Mr. aquino as the lesser evil amongst those previous EVILS…
    WALANG personalan … ang mag re react contra sa MATUWID NA DAAN…
    Personal na interest ng sino man ang inyong pinaglalaban, pinagtatangol o pinoprotektahan////

    HINDI KAPAKANAN NG INYONG BANSA AT NG MAMAMAYAN…

    • neverneverstop

      At ano naman ang dahilan bakit hindi kasama ang presidents before Marcos, to show how “GOOD” Noynoy is? Pathetic.

      • virgiliodizon

        About dadong macapagal that time dpa ganon ka politisize ang mga pinoy… i have no personal background about macapagal diosdado, and ramon magsaysay… don lang tayo sa meron tayong alam… i am already high school graduate during martial law… thanks sa comment kabayan…………………….

        ________________________________

  • murtson

    Abad must have duped the diffident leader into saying this. lol.

  • virgiliodizon

    The character and attitude of the PILIPINOS (Majority)… NAPAKA SUBJECTIVE…
    Walang supportahan mas magaling o mabuti para sa kanila ang manira at manghusga ng kapwa…
    Sana mabago unti-unti ang kaugaliang ito…
    Sabagay kapag tinanagal mo ang kaugaliang ito ng isang PINOY… BAKA MAPAG KAMALAN MO na HINDI NA SYA isang PINOY…
    Just asking lang… Bakit ang Pilipino pag naka rating o naka – apak ng ibang bansa sumusunod sa patakaran o BATAS ng pinuntahang BANSA.
    Bawal ang ganito o ganon sumosunod sila…
    Sarili nating batas sinusuway natin, hindi natin iginagalang…

    • pangitbudhiko

      BECAUSE IF YOU DON’T FOLLOW THE RULES OR YOU BREAK THE LAW YOU GO TO JAIL.

  • panot_incompetent

    brightest moment?/ Kamusta naman ang ekonomiya ng PILIPINAS?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5GRTCH676OFEK7ELOJBBA6EMCE Bonifacio Aquino

    MAS APPROPRIATE NA PHILIPPINES’ DARKEST MOMENT IN POLITICAL HISTORY! DAHIL SA ISANG PERSONAL NA AWAY POLITIKA NG ISANG PANGGULO, NAGKAKAKAWATAK-WATAK ANG BUONG BANSA, BUMULUSOK PAIBABA ANG EKONOMIYA AT PATULOY NA NAGING KATATAWANAN ANG PILIPINAS SA MATA NG BUONG MUNDO! IT’S FUNNIEST IN THE PHILIPPINES! SAAN KA NAMAN NAKAKITA NA ANG  ISANG PANGGULO ANG NANGUNGUNA NA NAGPAPAKITA NG INTERES NA ALISIN ANG ISANG LIDER NG CO-EQUAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT SA PAMAMAGITAN NG MGA ALIPORES NA YELLOW ZOMBIES SA KONGRESO, SENADO, MEDIA AT LEFTIST ORGANIZATIONS! WALANG DELIKADESA! SA BIBIG NYA SINASABI NA WALANG SIYANG PAKIALAM SA IMPEACHMENT PERO HULING HULI SA KANYANG MGA PANANALITA ANG MALALIM NA PAGKAINIS KAY CORONA NA SA PATULOY NAMANG PINAGSISIGAWAN NA: “WALA AKONG KASALANAN SA INYO PANGULONG AQUINO”! NA ANG DAHILAN DAW NA DAPAT PAALISIN SI CORONA AY DAHIL SA “PAGLAPASTANGAN NI CORONA SA BATAS” NA IPINAKIKITA SA MGA TV OUTFITS ARAW-ARAW. IN THIS REGARD ALONE, PENOY HAS PREJUDGED THE CASE OF CORONA EVEN AT THIS POINT IN TIME NA CONSIDERED “INNOCENT PA RIN SI CORONA UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT”! KAYO PANGGULO ANG PATULOY NA NAGLALAPASTANGAN SA BATAS! YOU HAVE NO RESPECT OF THE LAW, NO RESPECT TO A CO-EQUAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT, NO RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS  FOR DUE PROCESS, NO RESPECT TO THE CONSTITUTION PARTICULARLY OF ITS “EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE” KASI SINI-SINGLE- OUT MO LANG SI CORONA WHO IS JUST ONE VOTE IN THE COLLEGIAL SUPREME COURT, NO RESPECT FOR PROPER PROTOCOL IN POLITICS, NO RESPECT TO COURT RULES OF PROCEDURES, ETC., ETC.! TUMAHIMIK NA MUNA KAYO PANGGULO! PABAYAAN NA LANG NINYO ANG INDEPENDENT SENATE IMPEACHMENT COURT! YOU ARE BEING BETRAYED  BY YOUR TACTLESS WORDS AND ACTIONS IN PUBLIC EXPOSING YOUR WEAKNESSES AS A LEADER OF THIS NATION, ONE THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN TAKING THE LEAD IN UNITING EVERYONE TOWARDS NATIONAL UNITY, PEACE AND ECONOMIC PROSPERITY!  HINDI NA MANINIWALA ANG SAMBAYAN NA ANG KURAKOT LANG SA BANSANG ITO AY SI GMA AT ANG KANYANG MGA KAALYADO! CORRUPTION IN THIS WORLD IS AS OLD AS ADAM AND EVE! SINO BA ANG DI NAGUNGURAKOT SA GOBYERNO MAN O SA PRIBADO NA SEKTOR HA?! MASKI NGAYON GINOONG PANGGULO, NAGLIPANA ANG MGA KURAKOT SA GOBYERNO!!!!!         

  • AbdullahZahir

    sana lang eh di mandilim ang paningin ko’t di ko maundayan ng suntok sa lalamunan yang baklang hinayupak na pungulo natin na imbes magiging magaan ang pamumuhay natin sa pamunuan nya, na sya nya ring ipinangako eh wala, lalo pa tayong naghihirap.

    ang tenang baklang pangulong panot na iyan ang sinisisi ko ngayon kung bakit hirap akong paabutin hanggang katapusan ang kakapiranggot kong sinasahod.

    dahil imbes na mag isip ang ga gong pangulong bakla na iyan kung papano padamihin ang aktibidades ng ekonomiya ng sa gayon eh magkaroon ng maraming salapi at oportunidad na umiikot sa ating mga industriya ng pag gawa eh mas inuna ng puh tang baklang pangulo ang kanyang sigalot sa pulitika na kung tutuusin ay hindi naman kanya. inako na nya ang basurang pagpapatakbo ng LP, nagtalaga pa sya ng mga kumunistang political adviser, umayon sa centrist/populist kuno na pamamalakad, di magkandaugaga sa pagprotekta sa interes ng mga cojuanco-aquino oligarchs at nakuha pa nyang magsinungaling sa araw-araw na lang na ginawa ng dyos na kunyari ang kanyang ginagawa ay para sa bayan. ta e ka!

  • boholdagohoy

    tama na ang pagkukunwari mr. aquino…sa totoo lang gusto mo lang talaga mabawi ang hacienda luisita na ipinamahagi ng SC sa mga tunay na may-ari nito na ang mga magsasaka. at ung mga congressmen mo…may mga kaso rin na nakapending sa umbodsman gaya ni tupas, na takot mabisto ang kanilang pagka korakot…may pa judas scarriot ka pa. na sa totoo lang ay ikaw c caiphas na humahatol kay hesus ng kamatayan na wala namang kasalanan…kayo ang kampon ng mga demonyo !!!

    • neverneverstop

      Tooooomoooooo

  • edmanuel

    “It is the brightest moment of LP…”  Politically, maybe, and only of the party – not of the nation whose interest should be topmost priority of the president and the other leaders.  As it happens, party’s interest is second only to their individual agenda, the top priority of these politicians.  Where does that place the national interest?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LDVQWETLXL7SFA46BWLIQEQRHA B

    sila sila lang ang umaasenso. maraming hirap sa buhay ngayon, taliwas sa SWS survey. interview 1500 na tao, nagre-represent ba ito ng buong pilipinas. Brightest Moment ninyong nasa admin ngayon. Komunista ang mga adviser mo. Kamag-anak ng komunista ang sa DOJ. saan tayo pupulutin???? si anak ng Tupas eh di ba may pending case??? saan ba napupunta ang pork barrel sana busisiin din para parehas. Bayani nga ba si Ninoy??? di ba bumalik siya dahil sa political ambition niya…hindi kagaya ni Rizal para sa Bansa natin kaya tunay nga siyang bayani!!!

  • Guest

    at ang” GIVE A WAY” present ni pnoy kay boy tupas ay isang caliber .25 revolber na fully loaded. message ay” alam mo na gagawin “pag di napababa sa puwesto si HONORABLE CORONA.

  • Guest

    pasiguro pa na it’s very effective and does’nt do a lot of” MESS”HØ;HØ,ææ åå

  • pangitbudhiko

    abnoy, you call this your brightest moment “TO PUT A PERSON IN SHAME”, that is very UNCHRISTIAN.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4UUKT3KMR3HZPFPTGCWK5XQ2WY Mark

    kawawang mga taga-suporta ni ABnoy dito.

    sa LP lang pala ang brightest moment.

    eh, kayo?

    kayong mga yellow platoon?

    ano kayo?

    gate crashers?

    saling pusa?

    hahahaha…

    hindi pala kayo kasali sa party.

    you are disowned by a mongoloid.

    so humiliating.

    hahahaha

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4UUKT3KMR3HZPFPTGCWK5XQ2WY Mark

    NoyNoy has got to be the most pathetic president this nation has ever had.

    Lousy, non-performing, redundant.

    Those are kind words to describe this moron.

    Manang mana talaga sa kanyang yumaong ina na isang cancer-victim.

    This 50 year old bum needs to go.

  • Francis81

    Ang brightest moment ay ang noong panot ni pweenoy na katulad ng utak niya na panot rin.

  • Francis81

    Ako ang nakikita, ako ang nasisisi, ako ang laging may kasalanan.  Talaga naman e! Ikaw talaga ang may kasalanan!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4UUKT3KMR3HZPFPTGCWK5XQ2WY Mark

    Don’t tell me nagkantahan na naman ang mga kolokoy ng “Estudyante Blues”!

    Tang inang buhay naman ito.

    Ano ba ang kasalanan ng pilipinas, at itong klaseng presidente ang ibinigay ni lord.

    Sana magkatotoo ang hula ni madam auring, at mamatay ng lung cancer si NoyNoy soon.

    • sanjuan683

      Mali si madam auring, cancer sa utak kaya ABNOY ang mga policy niya hehehehehe

  • sc53300

    The members are so delusional  leaving me to wonder are we really on the path to Daang Matuwid or are we on board a runaway train taking the backseat with the LPs on the helm?  

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5GRTCH676OFEK7ELOJBBA6EMCE Bonifacio Aquino

    FLASH!!!!! THE LIBERAL PARTY IS PLANNING FOR “PLAN B” KUNG PAANO PAALISIN SI CORONA IN CASE PUMALPAK ANG IMPEACHMENT PROCESS DAHIL SA KAPALPAKAN KATANGAHAN AT KABOBOHAN NG “PERSECUTION TEAM”! BRACE FOR YOURSELVES BAYAN: “PLAN B” IS WHERE THE LETTER “B” STANDS FOR “BABARILIN, BABALISUNGIN, OR BABALIWIN”!  MGA BALIW! BABALIWALAIN KAYO NG SAMBAYANANG PILIPINO! 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OA3GZEWFB7K55ANOIDRDNMWS2A Josefino

    Bakit P-noy?  Nalalaglag na ba salawal mo sa kaba dahil malapit na madiskaril impeachment na inaasam mo labn kay CJ?  Mag-resign ka na lang, mabuti pa para sa bayan.

  • Sgt_sa_Yellow_Army

    ano ba namang party yan?
    Walang pinamigay na pera na naka envelope?

    Di nyo kayang tanggalin si Corona. wag na kayong mag ilusyon!! magaling ang kanyang Team Technicality na lawyers. ha ha ha ha ha.

    balik na naman sa dating gawi. Cash pabaon kada party!! ha ha ha.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PPNFGPOECAUGQPWO6XL3EWNNP4 enero

      nauna ng naibigay ang one million each na pabuya bukod pa sa pork barrel  at ito ay may dagdag pa hindi  husto ang pera sa envelope kaya ipinadala   na lang 

  • patawad

    We Pinoys have learned the hard way.  No more of any Aquinos in any elective position 
     ever again,  pleassssse.  

    • Handiong

      Because you want the return of corruption? And who are the “We Pinoys”?

      • mekeni62

        Handiong,

        You must be hallucinating.Return of corruption you say? Did it ever go? it is still rampant under this administration.Wake up man.

      • Handiong

        Open your mind. You may be awake, but your mind is closed.

      • mekeni62

        Handiong,you should be saying these things to yourself.This is you.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5GRTCH676OFEK7ELOJBBA6EMCE Bonifacio Aquino

      PARA MAS MASAYA, KRIS AQUINO FOR PRESIDENT SA 2016 BY THE YZPP (YELLOW ZOMBIES PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES)! IT’S FUNNIEST IN THE PHILIPPINES! HEY, KA-APELYYEDO KO YATA YAN! PERO HINDI AKO “B” JUST TO CLARIFY!

  • Pepe Smith

    How can this be the LP’s ”brightest moment” when everyone knows that Pnoy wanted CJ Corona impeached because of the Supreme Court’s decision to distribute to the farmers the vast landholding of Hacienda Luisita which the family of Pnoy owns. Pnoy should remember that after his term, ala GMA din ang babagsakan nya – Jail and big time.

  • Ulipur

    Corona: Kill me if you want me removed
     

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

      merong “Death Threat” si Corona sa sarili nya???

      • neverneverstop

        Another nonsense by a Yellow Army mercenary.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        nonsense ba ang sinabi ko? eh bakit ka nagre-reply???

  • kulkat8

    SALN=SILA AKO LAHAT NAGNAKAW.  SALN=SAAN ANG LUISITA NAPUNTA. 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

      SALN – Si Arroyo Lahat Nakinabang

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    SALN – Si Arroyo Loves Noynoy

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NXU2XGAHFDYLAQULE3TMTR6SWU Brando

      Mababaw ka! Kawawa ka naman.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        I-CONFISCATE NA RIN PROPERTIES NI BRANDO AT IPAMIGAY SA TAONG-BAYAN !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    I-CONFISCATE NA YUNG BANK ACCOUNTS AT PROPERTIES NI CORONA AT IBIGAY SA MGA MAGSASAKA

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    KAYA NAIIYAK SI CORONA KASI MABABAWI NA YUNG MGA BINIGAY SA KANYA NI ARROYO !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    AFTER IMPEACHMENT KASUHAN NG CRIMINAL AT CIVIL CASES AGAD SI CORONA PARA MA-CONFISCATE NA LAHAT NG PROPERTIES NYA AT HINDI NA MAKAALIS NG BANSA !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    KASUHAN SI CORONA  NG PLUNDER, TAX EVASION, GRAFT AND CORRUPTION,MALVERSATION OF PUBLIC FUNDS

    • AbdullahZahir

      isa ka pang u lol kang jonathan ka. bungangang bakla ka din. mahilig sa pang uudyok. kasing tanga ng prosecution. 

      plunder mo yang mukha mong ta e. makabitaw ka ng kaga gohan mo eh akala mo may pinanghahawakan ka. magsama kayo ng presidente mong panot! 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        MORON KA ABDUL JAKOL !!!

      • AbdullahZahir

        oo naman! ta e ka nga eh. 

        yang mga pinag sasabi mo eh saksak mo yan sa kokote mong may utak na malabnaw kseh utuin ka. udyukan ka lang ng kaga gohan ng LP eh umindayog ka rin sa saliw ng tugtog nila. pagnakapag bigkas ka ng kaga gohan mo eh akala mo kung sino kang sure. 

        surin mo yang mukha mo, ga go! 

        halika, stoop down to my level ka. patulan mo ako dali.

        di mo ba alam kung bakit lugmok ang kinasasadlakan ko? dahil sa katangahan ng bakla mong presidente. sumubsob ka pa sa puwe tan nya. sana mabusog ka ng uto t nya. ipakain mo sa pamilya mo yang paghalik mo sa pw et nya. ta nga! 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        @ ABDULJAKOL !!….SUPSUPIN MO SI CORONA

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    ANG KAMAY NG BATAS AY UNTI-UNTI NG LUMALAPIT KAY THIEF JUSTICE CORONA !!! THE LAW MAY BE HARSH, BUT ITS THE LAW….

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    THE CREDIBILITY OF THE JUDICIARY IS NOW QUESTIONABLE !!! THEY SHOULD CLEAN THEIR RANKS !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    SUPREME COURT JUSTICES SHOULD SANCTION THEIR CHIEF JUSTICE …KAILAN PA KAYO KIKILOS ???? PROTECT SUPREME COURT INTEGRITY

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYAZBOJYIUCRLWTYJBORBVTTOI boyfarmer

      The Justices or any judge will never go to conclusions with out due process of law, they base their opinion & judgments based on preponderance of evidence and should be beyond reasonable doubt, “nang walang kaduda duda” hindi katulad nyo jonathan na malabnaw ang utak. . . . 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        meron ngang due process eh ..kaya nga merong trial, iyan na yung due process…at saka yung”beyond reasonable doubt” ay applicable lang sa “Criminal Case Trial”…What we have is an “Impeachment Case Trial” …The sole purpose of impeachment is to remove him from office and not to jail him, kaya hindi mo kelangan ang “Proof of Guilt Beyond Reasonable Doubt”…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    Dapat makita sa mga Supreme Court Associate Justices na hindi nila kinukunsinte si Corona kasi nawawalan na sila ng credibility… aantayin pa ba muna nila na ma-convict si Corona bago nila i-condemn ang corruption ???

    • AbdullahZahir

      kung hindi ka ba naman ta nga at kalahati. 

      nasa facility ng mga korte ang pag kundina at pagpataw ng parusa sa mga kurap at mga kriminal pagkatapos ang mga ito mahabla at mapatunayang may pananagutan.

      hindi kelangang ng mga korte na magkaroon ng manifesto na kinukundina nila ang kasamaan dahil ang ito ay tahasan nang inilahad ng ating batas na sya nilang pinagbabasehan ng kanilang mga desisyon. 

      kung hindi ka mangmang jonathan, wag mong igaya ang korte sa isang politikal na hakbang kagaya ng mga politiko na parating umuusal ng kasinungalingan sa mga botante at sinasakyan ang usapin laban sa kurapsyon kuno para mag mukhang pogi.

      ang korte ay hindi politikal. kaya tigilan mo na ang kahunghangan mo sa pag aakalang ang iyong kumbaya ay mararating lamang kung ang hugis ng pag iisip ng mga AJs ay wawangis sa kaga gohan mo.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        MAG-THREESOME KAYO NILA MIDAS AT CORONA

      • AbdullahZahir

        mga tresam yang pinag sasabe mo. bakla ka rin siguro kagaya ng abnoy mong pangulo.

        wala akong pakialam kay midas o corona o sino mang hudas dahil hindi nila pinapakelaman ang buhay ko.

        peroa ng taong deretsang may pananagutan sa takbo ng ikinabubuhay ko ay ang bakla mong pangulo na wala nang ginawa kundi ang mamulitika at magpasa ng sisi sa katanga han nya.

        di ko imumungkahi na makipag tosam ka sa baklang aquino. ang sasabihin ko lang sa yo eh, sana eh bumaon ka pa lalo sa pwe tan ni bakla para lumigaya ka. anim na taon lang yang pangulo mo. kaya lubos-lubusin mo na ang pagiging utak parokyal mo. ga go ka!

  • juan_dela_cruise

    kung sa japan nangyari ito… matagal ng nag suicide si corona… let’s change our system… .   alisin na ang kapalmuks mentality… !

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    DAPAT ANG MEDIA AY TANUNGIN ANG SUPREME COURT KUNG SILA BA AY “FOR or AGAINST” CORRUPTION AT THEY WILL NOT TOLERATE VIOLATORS…

    • AbdullahZahir

      kita mo, napakapayak mag isip nitong si bob ong jonathan.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

        ABDULJAKULIN MO SI MIDAS AT CORONA

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NXU2XGAHFDYLAQULE3TMTR6SWU Brando

        Grade 5 lang tinapos mo ano? Hehehe! Wala kang good manners. Lumaki ka sa…nevermind.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    Si Angelo Reyes, alam nya na nagkasala sya sa taong-bayan kaya sya nagpakamatay, si Corona alam nyang nagkasala sya sa taong-bayan pero umiyak lang…

    • Melmina

      e dapat pakamatay na lahat pulitiko

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYAZBOJYIUCRLWTYJBORBVTTOI boyfarmer

    Brightest moment when you are demonizing a person who might be innocent? It is infamy

  • Melmina

    yan ang mga like na like ni pnoy…party hihihi

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    MEDIA PEOPLE SHOULD GET STATEMENT FROM SUPREME COURT KUNG SILA BA AY FOR OR AGAINST CORRUPTION O BAKA DEADMA LANG SILA…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYAZBOJYIUCRLWTYJBORBVTTOI boyfarmer

      Bakit magbibigay ng statement ang supreme court sa media Jonathan? para makigulo jan sa pamumulitika nila Noynoy?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WYAZBOJYIUCRLWTYJBORBVTTOI boyfarmer

    Bakit magbibigay ng statement ang supreme court sa media Jonathan? para makigulo jan sa pamumulitika nila Noynoy?  And dishonor the judiciary?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

      Dapat hingan din ng Statement ang Court of Appeals Justices kung sila ba ay FOR or AGAINST corruption ….

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GYYFBINDMTZHM6TDHPB667452M agustin

    asaan na ang isip mo jonathan, make a sure  analysis.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NXU2XGAHFDYLAQULE3TMTR6SWU Brando

    Grade 5 lang tinapos mo ano? Hehehe! Wala kang good manners. Lumaki ka sa…nevermind.

  • dasty

    It seemed to be a case of déjà vu for PCIJ, which had earlier heard a similar argument from the Ombudsman’s Office.
    On Sept. 8, 2011, the PCIJ filed with the office of Ombudsman Carpio-Morales an omnibus request for copies of the SALNs of President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III, Vice President Jejomar C. Binay, former Ombudsman Merceditas N. Gutierrez, and other senior officials of the Ombudsman, among others.
    In the same request letter, the PCIJ also sought Carpio-Morales’s assistance in securing the SALNs and the PDS/CVs of the members of the House of Representatives, executives of the constitutional commissions, the Supreme Court justices, and star-rank officers of the uniformed services. Previously, these PCIJ requests had all been denied and referred to other agencies like the Office of the President and the Ombudsman. Attached to the request to the Ombudsman were the letters of denials and referrals from the same agencies that PCIJ had collected over the last six years.
    The PCIJ asked Carpio-Morales to help reverse the tide of non-compliance with the SALN law. Instead of doing so, Carpio-Morales, replying through Assistant Ombudsman Asryman T. Rafanan, simply advised the PCIJ to file a new request, as had been required by the controversial Memorandum Circular No. 01 Series of 2009 that was issued by her impeached predecessor Merceditas N. Gutierrez.
    Gutierrez’s restrictive circular provides “that the requester should accomplish a SALN Request Form which should, among others, identify or indicate a legitimate reason as the purpose for the request, and which should be subscribed and sworn to before any prosecutor in the Office of the Ombudsman.” The requirement for the request to be subscribed and sworn to before a prosecutor is not required in the SALN law.
    Nonetheless, the PCIJ had precisely filed a sworn SALN Request Form on March 30, 2011, in compliance with Gutierrez’s circular. A copy was attached to the PCIJ letter addressed to Carpio-Morales. But Rafanan apparently did not even browse through sheafs of documents that the PCIJ submitted in its omnibus request for the SALNs of all other officials who have rebuffed the PCIJ’s requests for SALNs since 2006. The PCIJ also wrote that its request was made “to assist our work as journalists and researchers.” But Rafanan replied, “(You) have not advanced a clear and specific legitimate reason to justify you request for the release of the PDS or the disclosure of information of a personal nature of the enumerated public officials whose PDS are in the custody of the Office of the Ombudsman.”
    Rafanan added, “The CV is not a public document but a private document, which is not required by the Civil Service Commission to be filed by a public official or employee.”
    Told about the evident reluctance of the new Ombudsman to lift the veil of secrecy on SALNs, Tupas remarked: “The new Ombudsman should be the role model here in releasing SALNs. We impeached Merci Gutierrez for not disclosing her SALN.”

    • marriondale

      BTW, ANo nga ba purpose ng PCIJ for getting the SALNs of our executive officials, etc.  From what I know, it’s easy to harass an official by using his SALN. When the Ombudsman or the Revenue Integrity Protection Service (RIPS) (for BIR and BoC officials) conducts a lifestyle check against government officials, the normal documents are the SALNs and the ITRs of these individuals.  Is PCIJ also engaged in lifestyle check of our government officials.  

      • Samantha Defensor

        I think the theory is that the PCIJ is conducting its own investigation to discern the true state of wealth of public officials, as a matter of right of the sovereign people. I believe they are advocating transparency, so they request the disclosure of SALNs. Of course, they shall expect some resistance from the public officials since some of them will raise concerns about their private security, particularly the more affluent ones.

      • puebloErrante

        Hopefully there won’t be any bias, but most likely, they will just use this to harass anyone who disobeys from the ruling of the Yellow Admin.

        If they are going to disclose the SALN of an official, then they must disclose them ALL. across different levels and branches of the Government. Otherwise, all forms of opposition will be lost along with the last vestiges of Democracy. Making this the very measure by which we will judge their true intentions.

      • Samantha Defensor

        I wholly agree. Media can make and unmake anyone. It is most dangerous when they claim to be balanced and unbiased, while they actually support a political faction through their “unbiased” reporting.

  • dasty

    Summary: according sa PCIJ… Justices, New Ombudsman Carpio Morales, House of Representative 185 Congressman including Neil Tupas Jr  who signed in the impeachement complaint did not disclose there SALN…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYSU75JJODXJSSWEJFVCXJ324U Jonathan

    kung ang Ombudsman at Congressmen ay hindi naglabas ng SALN, sila ay dapat kasuhan din pero dapat tapusin at unahin muna ang Impeachment Trial ni Corona …

  • billygunn23

    LP’s brightest moment? more like darkest. LOL

  • Sgt_sa_Yellow_Army

    Ang yabang! LP’s brightest moment.

    Hindi nila alam si Cuevas ang nagsulat ng libro tungkol sa technicalities.

    He he, hanggang dyan na lang kayo prosecution. Wala pang alas ni Cuevas tungko sa technicalities. Di bale nang hustisya. He he he.

    • wawa2172

      I have some few words for LP brightest moment…it is now the biggest political party in the country composed of turncoats of politicians from Lakas-Kampi-CMD of the little lady. Pnoy made that statement since he is able to have the little lady armies at the lower house who can easily be feed with pork to be a lap dog. There is nothing new in the congress and LGU, the rascals are the same faces only the master is new but he is the same old rascal from the congress who became  president, LP means Lampang Partido  whose membership are temporary and non binding. It will become the minority party after the term of Pnoy ends. Enjoy the moment Noy, have a party-party with your temporary allies, at the end of the day they will leave you for Nognog from Makati when he replace you as president. Don’t worry, you won’t be sent to VMCC if ever, closed si Kris at Nognog son.

  • gisingpinas

    LP boss saddest moment nagpkasal na si soledad kanina.sayang pinkawalan mo pa.

  • JJF724

    Thanks to PNOY effort to removed Merci, a soldier had finally got justice!

    Thanks to PNOY good government management, Philippines got 5 upgrade credit ratings and save billions of pesos on interest repayment alone….

    Thanks to PNOY’s fight against corruption … majority is now seeing the light at the end of the tunnel

    • Nald_Ap

      What does the light at the end of the tunnel look like?

      • JJF724

        Ask your Dad, his not blind like you

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3UZOAQ6YXZ7LV4AEKHDH6HDDCA Jeamergs

    brightest moment?  nahawa ka rin sa tikal ni tongressman tupak.

  • paitoon707

    Pnoy is happy that they were able to get the saln of Corona.  Even if they did not ask for it,  Corona will voluntarily give it to them to show his innocence.  The senator should really think of the country in the impeachment trail.  What the country need today is an independent SC who can really check and balance the executive.  To maintain the independence of the SC,  Corona should not be impeached.

    • MASSKARA53

      Sa ngayon mahihirapan kang makitaan ng butas ang executive branch sa pamumuno ng ating tapat na pangulo sa kanyang prinsipyo na tuwid na daan,kaibigan para makatulong ka sa iyong bayan ang gawin mo bantayan mo yang idolo mo at kung may impormasyon at ebidinsya ka sa kanyang mga corruptions ibigay mo agad sa mga impeachment prosecutors mas maganda kung kay niel tupas mo ibigay at ng sa gayon iyong idolo mong si thief justice ay susunod na rin sa kanyang amo na si gma iyong kaibigan nya si ben anduon narin sa bilangguan huwag syang matakot dahil hindi sya nagiisa malamang makakasama narin nya si big boy mike, sa ngayon brod andto ako sa lugar na –10 deg. celsius below zero brod kasama mo akong magmamahal sa BAYAN natin,magpakabuot kagid amigo.

  • paitoon707

    What is happening now in DOJ is a big joke.  They claimed that they are fighting against corruption but the fiscal of Manila is accused of corruption and extortion.  What a shame for this administration.

    • MannyKingfisher

      That Fixcal I believe was an appointee of the  past administration  either of Ramos/Estrada/GAroyo.
      His act is not attributable to any appointing Official but his  his personal criminal act.

  • tiopaero

    This is the brightest INUTIL moment of LP. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XIRUKSJA2DWBBI4I4T6CJVN6NY Gerald

    Brightest moment?  Maghintay ka at sasaksakin ka ni Belmonte sa likod. 

  • Coronarroyo

    Thief SC CJ Corona’s P11M ‘cash advance’

    According to a Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) he filed in 2003, Thief 

    Justice Renato Corona got what he described as a “cash advance” of P11 million pesos from a 

    company he identified as his “wife’s family corporation”.
    What he didn’t say in his SALN was that the lender company had its registration revoked by the 

    Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2003, the same year he got his cash advance. What 

    this means is that the company – Basa-Guidote Enterprises, Inc. – ceased to operate legally by 

    2007 or three years after revocation. 

  • Coronarroyo

    Corona Saln + hidden ill-gotten wealth

    2002 P14.9 million;
    2003 P7 million
    2004 P7 million
    2005 P8 million
    2006 P9 million
    2007 11 million
    2008 P12 million
    2009 P14 million
    2010 P22.9M.

  • Coronarroyo

    Corona’s daughter, in-law own P43.5-million properties

    1. TCT No. 004-2010010259 (fromTCT No. N-254901) in the name of Ma. Carla C. Castillo married to Constantino T. Castillo Jr.
    2. TCT No. N-154400 in the name of spouses Angelina T. Castillo and Constantino A. Castillo
    3. TCT No. N-239406 in the name of Constantino del Castillo et al.
    4. TCT No. N-239398 (from TCT No. 226256, RT-106747) in the name of Constantino del Castillo
    5. TCT No. RT-62661 (82917) in the name of Constantino L. Castillo married to Felisa A. Castillo
    6. TCT No. N-327732 in the name of Constantino T. Castillo III married to Ma. Carla C. Castillo
    7. TCT No. N-125683 Myrla Nelad-Bajar married to Beneroso E. Bajar (sold to Constantino Castillo III)
    8. TCT No. N-260027 in the name of Constantino T. Castillo III married to Carla R. Corona
    9. TCT No. RT-20758 in the name of Daniel G. Encia married to Domiciana Atrero (sold to Constantino Castillo III)
    10. TCT No. 84242 in the name of spouses Constantino Castillo Jr. and Angelina T. Castillo

  • Coronarroyo

    The Fake Chief Justice’s ’19-0′ votes for Former Fake President Arroyo

    1.EO 464
    2.THE MEGA PACIFIC DEAL
    3.BYPASSING THE COMMISION ON APPOINTMENTS
    4.OAKWOOD MUTINY
    5.DISQUALIFYING FPJ
    6.NATIONAL ID SYSTEM
    7.EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND JPEPA
    8.VAT REFORM ACT
    9.GAG ORDER IN MILITARY OFFICERS
    10.TRUTH COMMISSION
    11.MIDNIGHT APPOINTEE
    12.CAMARINES SUR DISTRICTS
    13.KOKOY ROMUALDEZ CASE
    14.DANIEL SMITH RAPE CASE
    15.MORO REBELS AND THE MOA-AD
    16.NERI AND THE NBN-ZTE SCANDAL
    17.HELLO GARCI
    18.PROCLAMATION 1017
    19.CHARTER CHANGE

  • Coronarroyo

    Net worth is the residual value of the Total Assets over the Total Liabilities.

    During the year, the excess of Total Income (TInc) over the Total Expenses (TExp)or Net Savings/Surplus is added to the Net worth and the excess of TExp over the TInc or Overspending is deducted. The appraisal value of the fixed assets is also added to the Net worth, if there is any. So far, none of the fixed assets of Corona from 2003-2010 was appraised.

    Formula to compute Net Worth, End.

    Net Worth, Beg. +(-) TInc(TExp).=Net worth, End.

    The SALN of Corona from 2003-2010 convey the following:

    1.During 2003, Corona had acquired a Total Fixed (Noncash) Assets worth P3,921.080.00. He had overspending of P7,608,920.00, this is the excess of his total expenses over his total income. Assuming the decrease in cash of P530,000.00 was a down payment for the fixed assets bought, then his liabilities of P11,000,000.00 constitute a balance payable on fixed assets amounting to P3,391,080.00 and payables for consumable expenses amounting to P7,608,920.00.

    2.During 2004, Corona’s Total Income is equal to his Total Expenses (Break-even). His Cash on Hand remain the same as in the previous year.

    3.During 2005, Corona had a Net Savings/Surplus or the excess of the Total income over the Total Expenses by P1,000,000.00. And for the same amount he paid the 1st installment of his liabilities of 2003. His Cash on Hand remain the same as in the previous year.

    4.During 2006, Corona had a Net Savings of P1,200,000 and he paid the 2nd installment for his liabilities of 2003 in the total amount of P2,000,000.00. His Cash on Hand decreased by P800,000.00 due to this payment.

    5.During 2007, Corona had a Net Savings of P1,500,000.00 and for the same amount he paid his 3rd installment payment for his liabilities of 2003.His Cash on Hand remain the same as in previous year.

    6.During 2008, Corona had a Net Savings of P1,500,000.00 and for the same amount he paid his 4th installment payment for his liabilities of 2003.His Cash on Hand remain the same as in the previous year.

    7.During 2009, Corona had a Net Savings of P2,000,000.00 and for the same amount he made his 5th installment payment for his liabilities of 2003.His Cash on Hand remain the same as in the previous year.

    8.During 2010, Corona had a Net Savings P8,379,900.00. He acquired another Fixed Assets at a total cost of P4,379,000.00 at a term COD and he made his 6th and final installment of P3,000,000.00 for his liabilities of 2003.His Cash on Hand increased by P1,000,000.00.

    CONCLUSION:

    A.RENATO CORONA IS A BIG CHEAT AND LIAR. He did not declare all his fixed assets in his sworn Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth and he understated the true value of his declared fixed assets before and after he was appointed Chief Justice at midnight by GMA. There is no indication that Corona had sold any of his fixed assets because the total amount of which is constant from 2003-2009. In 2010, his fixed assets increased rather than decreased.

    B. At P46,000.00 a month, Corona would have received a total salary of P552,000.000 or make it P700,000,00 and even if Mrs. Corona earned P2,500,000.00, the total gross income of the spouses during 2010 was only P3,200,000.00. But their SALN show that they had a Net Savings of P8,379,900.00. This means that during the year their Gross Income is higher than P8,379,900.00 by the amount of their total family expenses. We are persuaded that Corona had ill-gotten wealth.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TJLBFK6Y4JTVHRRL3PAFMU4VPI Pola

    Kaya pala minadali ni Pnoy at ginanap sa ganitong mga petsa ang impeachment trial ni CJ Corona para hindi makaagaw pansin ang kasalang Shalani Soledad at yong pinakasalan niya.

  • puebloErrante

    search : From the horse’s mouth: Daily Tribune (excerpts)

    Noynoy who was having a major ego trip during an anniversary bash of his Liberal Party (LP), bared in the open that the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona was the handiwork of the party and some other allies in the House of Representatives and that the whole plot was
    laid out in early December. A few days after came the railroaded move against the Supreme Court head at the House.

    He said in all candor that the plot was hatched by the LP and some other congressmen who are Liberals at heart and in deed even if they are not members of the party. He bragged that Corona’s impeachment was one of the brightest moments of the party.

    The admission of Noynoy of an LP plot to oust Corona had injected malice into the impeachment effort and may be considered by the senator-judges during the deliberation on the case against Corona.

    It also opened up questions on the capability of the LP senators, Franklin Drilon, Francisco Pangilinan, Ralph Recto and Teofisto Guingona III and other Noynoy senator-allies, to be impartial in rendering decisions as senator-judges with Noynoy’s call for all members of the party to rally behind the move to oust Corona.

    The defense now has a valid ground to seek the inhibition of the four senators from the proceedings with Noynoy’s admission that the impeachment of Corona is an LP operation.

    The Palace earlier had denied Noynoy had a hand in Corona’s impeachment which was necessary when the denial was made since emotions were running high over the SC decision on Hacienda Luisita and that the public was expecting a vindictive Noynoy to hit back at Corona if not the entire Supreme Court.

    The repercussion of the Noynoy admission may extend to the high court which is currently agonizing on when it will issue a ruling on petitions and there are several of them to freeze the impeachment proceedings due to questions on the manner the complaint against Corona was railroaded at the House.

    The plot existed and the House allies were ordered to muster their forces to impeach Corona that was plainly a maneuver being directed from Malacañang. In all breadth of reasoning, the involvement of Noynoy in the whole process, whatever the reasons are, is clear evidence of his and the House’s abuse of power.

    Under the Constitution, the SC is mandated to step in and stop such naked display of abuse of power.

    The dictatorship being set up, through Noynoy’s admission, is an elite or party dictatorship in the guise of a crusade to clean up government.

    When the smoke clears after Noynoy and the LP succeed in having their way, a structure would have been set up to preserve the party’s hold on every branch of government.

    The straight path? Not on Noy’s life, rather it is a road leading to a more vicious strong arm rule.

    • jurbinsky77

      Now, give a reason why I have to believe the opinions of your reliable source.

      Please stick with your Daily Tribune. If the content in your source does not appear here. I can only assume that it never happened.

      • puebloErrante

        So ang pinuna mo lang is yung article excerpts na pinost ko that I found from daily tribune?

        How about yung ibang mga post ko with excerpts from manila bulletin, gma network, world bank, gulf news, philstar, etc.. tungkol sa kabalbalan ng Yellow Camp, hindi mo ba yun papansinin?

        Thankfully hindi lang LOPEZ controlled mass media sites ang pinupuntahan ko since everyone knows that they have ties to the Aquino-Cojuancos. ;)

    • backstroke

      Looks like the LP senators if decency is to prevail, should inhibit in the Impeachment case. After this admission that the Impeachment was the handiwork of the party and associates, inhibition is but the most honorable thing to do. Remember, Sen. Panguilinan  then vehemently demanded the inhibition of a Judge just because he once played golf to a litigant…what more to being an active members of the party rallying to oust the respondent??? Impartiality in rendering judgement by these senators shall be but deemed suspect no matter how they claim otherwise!

  • jurbinsky77

    After having been impeached, there are reasons why Renato Corona should resign?

    In the period he has been in the Supreme Court particularly as the Chief Justice, several decisions that the SC promulgated were too illogical bordering dictatorial in nature, being too blatant and brazenly unconstitutional. Humor me if you like -

    1. Overturn of conviction of Hubert Webb on the basis of Jessica Alfaro’s “flawed” character and behaviour, Jessica Alfaro being the star witness. According to the SC, Alfaro’s testimony is unreliable and has a number of contradictions. 

    Probably, true but why did this SC ignore the fact that former policeman Gerardo Biong went to the Vizconde residence and destroyed the evidence at the crime scene and retrieved the jacket of Hubert Webb and also the knife/knives used in the commission of murders. Biong’s girlfriend, one Lolita Birrer,who was with him also testified that after “sanitizing” the crime scene, they went to the house of the the Sen. Freddie Webb and Biong was given an amount of money by the senator. Biong was assigned at that time as a close-in security for the the Sen Freddie Webb.

    The Webb’s family maids testified too that when one of them, Mila Gaviola took the dirty clothes from Hubert’s room, she saw fresh blood on his shirt. She also added that Hubert appeared agitated while sniffing something in his room.

    The testimony of the subdivision’s security guards that 3 cars entered the subdivision in that night. Alfaro’s testmony corroborated that security guards’ testimony with regards to who went to the Vizconde residence that night.

    The findings about PNP Capital Region Commander Marino Filart’s order to the police investigator  Supt Rodolfo Sison to stop his investigation. This came about when Jessica Alfaro came forward and implicated Joey Filart as one of the killers.Joey Filart is a nephew of Gen Marino Filart.

    2. Recall of final and executory decision of this SC in the matter of return to work of PAL employees whose employment were terminated by PAL management, due to the letter sent by Atty Estelito Mendoza from Pampanga to Chief Justice Corona. The recall is an extraordinary decision in the absence of formal plea for reconsideration or due process. Plus the fact the the recall decision was for a decision that was twice re-issued for execution already.

    3. Decision in favor of Danding Cojuangco in a case where the coconut farmers were petitioning for a declaration that stocks bought by Danding Conjuangco were purchased using the coconut farmers’ money thatwas in the UCPB depository. Danding Cojuangco (one of the original influences in the incorporation of UCPB) took a multi-million loan from UCPB to buy San Miguel Corporation (controlling) stocks. 

    Sen Enrile being a traditional ally of Danding Cojuangco also attested that even if the money has been borrowed from the coconut farmers’ bank, it does not follow that the stocks are bought in behalf of the coconut farmers. The loan is a loan and Danding Cojuangco has all the prerogatives that are dovetail to his reason in his application for a loan at the the UCPB.

    My point here is that for at least 25 years, although previous SC under previous Chief Justices also ruled in favor of Cojuangco, the timing of decision precludes a filing of reconsideration by the sequestering body, PCGG because PCGG’ life tenure has expired. 

    This is not what my concern is all about; it is on a related case in the SC which for all intent and purposes is another upcoming defeat for the coconut farmers. This is the Coconut Industry Investment Fund which is controlled by Cojuangco. The original rationale why this corporation was formed was that the coconut industry should have revolving funding facility for investing in research and development. The Fund is of course coming from the coconut farmers levy. The decision may also be forthcoming because  Renato Corona has not filed a leave of absence from the Supreme Court. 

    You may suspect that I suspect that Renato Corona’s presence in the Supreme Court is prejudicial to the welfare of the common people. Yes indeed.

    With the presentation of Corona’s SALN, it showed that at the very least, he was dishonest in his declaration. The figures in the SALN are inconsistent with the amount showing in the records of the Registry of Deeds of Taguig City, Quezon City, Makati, etc. that Renato Corona paid for as registry fees. It also showed that Corona has amassed wealth in such fashion that even a locsl hedge fund banker would be amazed.

    Renato Corona must have extra source of income from 2002 – 2010. 

    You should forgive me for being a devil’s advocate just to show some possibilities, namely:
    the Supreme Court cases were and are for sale. I can only allege that -

    - from Webb Case, 8 accused,each shelling 10 millions – P80 million.

    - from PAL Case, easily P100 million. 
    You may argue that Lucio Tan will not be financially hurt by reinstatement of the employees who joined the strike. But Lucio Tan would not like to be portrayed as loser in a court case risking a situation that somebody maybe emboldened enough to push for the re-investigation of his delinquent taxes. I heard that one BIR Commissioner nearly lost her sanity as she was facing a gargantuan libel case filed by Tan. It is no longer Estrada or Arroyo at the helm.

    - from SMC-UCPB Case, easily P50 million.
    As we mentioned previously, the favorable decision for Danding Cojuangco may also favorably redound to another pending case involving sequestered moneys.

    Why is he to quit if these are just allegations? 

    Because a Supreme Court Chief Justice and all judges for that matter, if has been impeached by the Congress, cannot shield themselves anymore from public suspicion about the fairness and constitutionality in their decisions.

    • junhernan

      please add also the “walis-tingting” case of joey marquez. i personally saw the receipts in the office of the ombudsman on the purchase of P2M of walis tingting. since anything above P500,000 purchase had to go through bidding, what joey marquez did was to authorize the purchase of P490,000 worth of walis-tingting, followed by THREE repeat orders. i wonder why the SC failed to see through this. WHY o WHY???.

      • jurbinsky77

        Thank you for that information. This SC is doing selective justice system.

    • lostRunes

      Corona voted for conviction. CARPIO AND SERENO VOTED FOR ACQUITTAL OF WEBB. GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT!

    • backstroke

      To serve your end, you have distorted the facts! Probably the reason why you never specified who voted for conviction, who inhibited, and who dissented. You are misleading the public and that is blatant deceit.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_46A22HWZC6HS2TSWMSMLQYNNVE ChameleonO

    As the President of the Philippines and the primary model of a public servant, the statement was outrageous and silly.

    He simply displayed and outlined the kind of leadership he is endeared into, shallow and stupid leadership.



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