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Secretary Ricky Carandang

Malacañang has denied that there is “a wave of defiance” against legitimate court orders in the Aquino administration, as alleged by Supreme Court Administrator Midas Marquez.

“That’s the opinion of other people. To say that are our actions that is causing these reactions is trying to divert the issue,” said Ricky Carandang, the head of the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office.

Carandang said the administration shouldn’t be blamed for the public’s reaction to court decisions that, according to him, may not have been properly explained or justified.

“I think if people are disagreeing with the Supreme Court more,  it’s because the Supreme Court has made actions under the current leadership that people feel have not been explained properly or justified properly,” he told a Palace press briefing Thursday.

Marquez said that relentless battering from President Benigno Aquino III and the Cabinet members has pulled down the public trust in the Supreme Court. Its approval rating slipped from 53 percent last November to 37 percent in March.

According to Carandang, the people involved in such cases as the Flight Attendants and Stewards’ Association of the Philippines (Fasap) and the cityhood laws, where the Supreme Court reversed supposedly final decisions, were not reacting to actions made by the administration.

“They are reacting to the decisions made by [Chief Justice Renato] Corona’s court,” Carandang said.

Marquez, who also acts as the Supreme Court spokesperson, on Wednesday lamented “a wave of defiance” of court orders by the Aquino administration.

Because of the relentless battering from President Aquino and the Cabinet, the courts are beginning to lose the public’s trust, he told a media workshop in Baguio City.

“The problem when the preconditions of independence and public confidence are not met is that the judiciary loses its capacity to uphold the rule of law,” Marquez said.

‘Grievous symptoms’

He cited the following as “the most grievous symptoms”: Justice Secretary Leila de Lima’s refusal in December to comply with the Supreme Court’s temporary restraining order on the travel ban against former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo; the government’s inability to enforce former Palawan Governor Joel Reyes’ arrest for murder; and a Baguio City mall’s refusal to receive a temporary environmental protection order last week in connection with the cutting of trees to make way for a parking lot.

“I don’t know if I would say there is a wave of defiance. I think, that’s a very subjective statement so I don’t know if I would agree that there is a wave of defiance,” Carandang said.

Carandang said the administration was encouraging the public to follow the rule of law. “But I think what we have to show also is that decisions made by courts have to be properly explained to people as well.”

“We have nothing to do with any of these cases. Again, if people are reacting to certain decisions that have been made by Mr. Corona’s court then I don’t think you can blame the administration for the actions of the people in cases that we have no involvement in,” he said.

Scraping bottom

Coming to the defense of Malacañang, Quezon Representative Erin Tañada said the Supreme Court was “scraping the bottom in trying to look for issues” against the President.

“What’s P-Noy (Aquino) got to do with it?” asked the lawmaker, one of the three spokespersons for the prosecution panel in the impeachment trial of Corona.

Tañada, a stalwart of the Liberal Party, described as “too much of a stretch” Marquez’s claim that the President was to blame for the “wave of defiance” against court orders.

The Supreme Court, he said, was saying: “Look, all these are happening because of the President. C’mon.”

Cebu school

Marquez had also cited  the defiance of St. Theresa’s College (STC) in Cebu City of the temporary restraining order (TRO) issued by the Cebu Regional Trial Court.

Five girls were barred from attending the March 30 high school graduation rites of STC for posting photos in a Facebook account showing the students in bikinis.

However, the STC chose to ignore the TRO issued by RTC Judge Wilfredo Navarro, and barred the girls, along with their parents, from attending the graduation rites.

“Midas mentioned the one in Cebu, the STC incident. Whether rightly or wrongly, we can’t judge the decision of the school (officials who) want to assert their role as an institution. They can do that, but subject to disciplinary actions the court may take,” Tañada said.

Samar governor

The lawmaker also pointed to Eastern Samar Governor Conrado Nicart Jr.’s defiance of a trial court-issued TRO preventing him from using his administration’s annual budget, which was also cited by Marquez as proof that the administration was daring the public to defy court orders.

“The governor of Samar has decided to use the budget because the services of the people in the province would be hampered (had he heeded the TRO),” Tañada said.

In all the instances cited by Marquez, those involved “knew the consequences of their actions,” the lawmaker said.

“So it’s not a matter of strictly defying the Supreme Court, but the decisions were made based on certain considerations,” Tañada said, pointing out that Marquez fully knew the high court’s powers to impose fines and imprisonment.


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  • indiosbravos2002

    What a booboo — Midas statements backfired at the judiciary and further highlighted their ineptness to carry fair and unbiased judgement. Ang dada kasi ni Marquez… wala namang naniniwala sa kanila.

    • victorts

      Midas was just stating what is happening to the judiciary.  If people keep defying court orders, time will come when nobody would obey the law anymore.  If you sue somebody for anything and the court found for you and ordered your opponent to pay you 100,000 pesos.  He can just ignore the order like what De Lima did.  You will have to take the law into your own hands.  And that will be anarchy.

      • JKG_HSA_VOSA

         I agree. De Lima just gave the losing party in any civil or criminal case a way out of their sentence. The losing party can simply ignore the ruling for lack of integrity and non-receipt of order.

      • Amboypinoy1

         WE DONT NEED THE SUPREME COURT AND THE LAW ONLY APPLIES TO RICH PEOPLE. BURN DOWN THE SUPREME COURT AND CUT OFF THE ARROYO JUSTICES HEAD AND SERVE THEM ON A PLATTER. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

        ah  ganoon ha.. what if somebody killed you now and was arraigned then defied the court after posting bail??  masaya ka??

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        perhaps not him, but maybe ako masaya. hahaha

        joke.

      • Amboypinoy1

        PARE MAGSAMA KAYO NI BADING MARQUEZ. YOU CAN FORCE YOUR MEMBER IN HIS BUNGHOLE AND EAT HIS MANURE WHEN YOUR DONE.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

        nice  reply.. moron..

  • quirinomayer

    Midas, if Sec. Leila de Lima did not defy the TRO on the watch list on the Arroyos, where do you think would the Arroyos be now ha? 

    • SignTheWaiverNow

      Quirino “Moron” Mayer,

      So you think that the Defiance of De Lima vs the TRO is justified because we barred the Arroyos from escaping? Is that your point?

      Didn’t De Lima also barred Palparan from boarding a plane in Clark as well? Did she really barred him from escaping?

      Don’t you think that true achievement of De Lima’s defiance is to weaken the Supreme Court but not barring someone from escaping?

      Think Hard Moron!

      HA HA HA

      • igoy101

        If the Arroyos really want to escape, they can just do it thru the backdoors.  They have all the money and power and connections to do it. A yellow submarine will do it for them…that is why, I do not think they are planning to escape from charges against them.

  • cantonese

    The Arroyos would definitely be back in the Philippines by now after her treatment abroad. I think the Arroyo’s lawyer is serious enough to challenge the administration if  she won’t come back, he will be willing to be castrated!

    As far as De Lima defying the supreme court is a big no no. Is DOJ i not big enough to over rule the supreme court! She should know better than that!

    Nothing personal po kay De Lima ! Kuro kuro koto.  KKK

    • AmBoy24

      tama ka diyan bro.kung talagang may balak silang umalis ng tuluyan ay ginawa na nila dahil bago pa siya bumaba bilang pangulo ay ilang beses na silang naag-labas-masok sa pinas.puwede rin after ng oath-taking ni panot ay nag-alsa balutan na sila.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NU25UAHRAOFV3M63M2XTFBQIFI bong

    Maybe Spokesman Marquez is planning to run for national public office as he’s acting like politician to get attention to?  Nagpapapogi point? Why not try to form a political party for themselves with CJ Corona and fanatics para tumakbo sa senado next year ng makita nila kung ang taonbayan ay supportado sila? 

    • AmBoy24

      nagsalita lang ng katotohanan ay may balak ng kumandidato.kayong mga mga alipores ni panot pag hindi ninyo nagustuhan ang mga sinasabi ng mga kalaban ni panot ay nag-iimbento na kayo ng mga walang kuwentang mga bagay.

      • scorpio15

        Bat ang mga sinasabi mo ay merong kwenta??? Ang pagtawag lang sa Presidente ay wala ng kwenta. Para kang bata nanaglalaro sa kalye at nagtawagan kung anong klasing mga pangalan.
        Wala akong kanakampihan pero yong ugali mo ay ugaling asong kalye. Ganon ba ang tawag mo sa mga kamag-anak mo kung hindi mo magustuhan???

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NU25UAHRAOFV3M63M2XTFBQIFI bong

        nagmamarunong pa kaso sa tingin ko ang idea ay bulok hindi pa oobra sa ,ga  college drop out..

  • Maldi2

    Marquez speaks on legal ground and therefore has more credibility than all of palace spoooookpersons combined!

    • Amboypinoy1

      YOU SHOULD DRINK MIDAS URINE AND EAT GLORIAS MANURE SO YOU CAN HAVE THE TOUCH OF GOLD. WHEN YOUR DONE LICK GLORIAS VAGINA TO MAKE HER HAPPY.

  • AmBoy24

    talagang gusto ng gobyerno na maraming sumuway sa utos ng korte para masira sila sa taong bayan.puro pakana ni panot at noynoying aquino ang lahat ng mga nangyayari sa korte suprema.

    • scorpio15

      Ano pa AmBoy24??? Pati yong pagtata-e ng isang ta-o ay isinisisi sa Presidente. O baka pag nadapa yong sarili mo ay kasalanan din ng Presidente. Malamang.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GUZISWUMVDD5QJUC7GBJKEM7XA prangka

    Why not blame the government? Since the time of Cory, Supreme Court enjoyed high ratings compared to the two branches. It was only in this administration incessant attack on Supreme Court because of displeasure over a landmark rulings that people are swayed to believe the propaganda. 

    • igoy101

      Always… It always go back to the Hacienda Luisita.  Ito ang puno’t dulo ng kaguluhan na ito.

  • manggoding

    Palace to Supreme Court: Don’t blame us for low rating….

    Is this really an issue. What Marquez was saying…people are defying the court order.
    It is because Pnoy publicly humiliating CJ Corona in whatever opportunity.
    Low rating is not an issue because the SC is just interpreting the law.
    They are not there for good comments because only them can justify the law interpreted.

    Palace rating maybe high but it is crashing down as quick as Newton Apple Gravity.
    While SC is soaring high like rocket of India not of North Korea.

    P.S. Missing in Action….Valte and Lacierda.

    • scorpio15

      Hindi ibig sabihin na alam mo na mali ang asal ng isang ta-o ay susundin mo pa. Malalaki na sila at meron ding matinong pag-iisip. Alam ang mali at tama.
      Gusto mo lang ipagmumukha na kasalanan lahat ng pamahala-an Utak alimasag ka lang.
      Kaya hindi uma-asenso ang Pinas panay makapili at walang constructive na ma-ibigay.

    • spearheads

      Lacierda and Valte might not be missing in action. I suppose busy lang sa kakavilify kay CVJ Corona, using the username “Vespera,” di ba Tiglao?

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/IQZXJQPCZXHXY3HMQB7QAXTYKA Rey Ban

       patawarin nyo po mga spokepersons na yan..di nila alam kanilang sinasabi..

  • bahaykubo1015

    Anyway mayroon pa bang matinong naniniwala sa mga ratings na yan???? False Asia is a Malacanang propaganda machine. Klaro….. Lukuhin ninyo si panot na amo nyo, huwag kami…

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/IQZXJQPCZXHXY3HMQB7QAXTYKA Rey Ban

       yap built-in malacanang poll survey firms mga yan…

  • nelsonkamloon

    The TRO on Gloria is the glaring factor that  lead to the Supreme Court’s undoing. The burden to revive its credibility is heavy that it may require major revamp.

    • JKG_HSA_VOSA

      Even so. The party receiving the TRO should have honored it instead of hiding behind technicalities or even doubts on the character and impartiality of the body issuing said TRO. The TRO preserves the status quo. We just cannot focus on this TRO being pro GMA, but we should consider other situations like in the case of cutting the trees down at Baguio. Had SM not questioned and received the TRO like in the past, those trees will still be planted on the SM grounds. But because of the De Lima defiance, SM can use her case to argue as to why they failed to comply with the TRO.

      • ethicsingov

         Ewan ko sa iyo, ang alam ko law and justice is about technicalities kaya nga may mga nag-aaral ng abogasya. Di ba technicalities din ang depensa ng legal team ni CJ Corona? At tsaka nawala na yata ang delicadeza sa PHL.

    • igoy101

      Yes, it really started on that TRO on GMA  BUT would you not think that the Justices are just reacting to what the constitution dictates?  At that time there was no case/s yet filed against GMA for the SC justices to base to.  Remember that the symbol of our justice’s eyes were blindfolded.  This means that the Justices should not base their decision on public opinion but according to the constitution ALONE.

  • 711sense

    The court should impose penalty to those who defies the order of court period. The have the sheriff to arrest the people who defies it or ask the policemen to back up the Sheriff when they arrest criminals who defies the order of the court. People will only defy the court’s order when the court allows them to get away with it. Take that coward cebu Judge who inhibit from his sole responsibility to punish the school. He should have ordered the Sheriif to arrest school head and their attorney and jail them for contempt of court period,

    • Mulawin

      I could not have agreed with you more.  These judges are scared to enforce their own order.  They should resign, resign now!!!! 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/YEBQGQAFESER23GGMG4CWP625E Losingparty

    the solution for this is penalize those who defies the court orders. Delima should be disbar asap. she is a law breaker.

  • PinoyAkoPinoyTayo

    Sec. Carandang, vagueness in the order of the court or lack of justification is not a reason to disobey courts you effing idiot! You can’t do cafeteria justice wherein you follow only court orders that you like, the disobedience was started by the Palace through your DOJ secretary, wait and see till the powerful families in PH starts to disobey court orders, welcome to anarchy!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/YEBQGQAFESER23GGMG4CWP625E Losingparty

    Palace to Supreme Court: Don’t blame us for low rating.   <<  who cares for false asia rating anyway.

  • JKG_HSA_VOSA

    It all started when De Lima disobeyed the TRO by using technicalities against the status quo. Everybody from that point in time can use her case to not follow any TRO issued by the courts (citing reasons such as TRO not received by the party or TRO effectivity is questioned).

    I hope the Palace and Cong Tanada are not blinding themselves from this fact that they indeed started this defiance. The people, even back then, has little to no regard for the Judiciary department, but the people still obey the TROs to preserve the status quo. Now, if one FEELS aggrieved even by the issuance of the TRO, that person or entity can prevent its execution by not accepting the order. If the government can do it, so can an ordinary citizen. It even now has precedence.

    I find these words by Tanada and Carandang lacking in thought and deliberation. People of their positions should be able to come up with better rebuttals against SC Administrator Marquez’s accusation. It even appears to me that they are unsure of what they are saying. A part of them agrees with Marquez but because they should defend their position on the matter, they lie and deny the truth.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDXEVEFHW2ZT5VWHDWBNM6XGE4 RyanE

    Atty. Marquez being the courts administrator had a very big role on the state of the courts today. Has he disciplined erring judges who sold their decisions to the highest bidder? Has he done something to uphold the rights of that court sheriff in Davao beaten by the city mayor in full view of the public and the nation? Instead, Atty. Marquez is himself involved in some controversies like the misappropriation of the World Bank loan, and his credibility being erroded by his rabid devotion to his equally corrupt CJ.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QZZKXPEA67I7HELEIYM35QVYFA Jon

    Survey nanaman?
    Sinusuka na nga tao yang haka-haka mo ispirikitik.
    Ibahin mo naman yang propaganda ninyo dyan sa palasyo.
    Dalawang taon na kasing pinatutugtog yang sirang plakang iyan.

  • igoy101

    Rating na naman ang ipinagyayabang ng Malakanyang.  Who care about your false asia and SWS suryeyors?  COURT Order defiers are law breakers…  

    • Mulawin

      What’s the law regarding disobeying the order of the highest court of the land?  Are you saying that anyone can defy court order without any consequence?  Then your Supreme Court has no will power to enforce its order.  What a court!!!!!!!

      • igoy101

        Wait a minute.  I think we are in the same thinking.  What I know is, this is all the fault of Pnoy.  Siya ang puno’t dulo ng kaguluhan na ito.

      • Amboypinoy1

        YOU SHOULD DRINK SOME OF CORONAS PRECIOUS URINE THEN YOU WILL HAVE THE TOUCH OF GOLD LIKE MIDAS MARQUEZ. WHEN YOUR DONE EAT GLORIAS MANURE.

      • Amboypinoy1

        HA HA HA MGA SIP SIP KAY THIEF JUSTICE. ANG KULANG NA LANG AY KAININ MO ANG HOTDOG NIYA. MGA BADING TALAGA KATULAD NI MIDAS MARQUEZ.

  • Mulawin

    What kind of power does the Supreme Court has with regards to defiance of its issued TRO?  Also, is the Supreme Court implying that anyone can defy the order of the highest court of the land?  That will never happen in other country, particularly in the USA.  So, in the nutshell the Supreme Court has no will to enforce its own order. That’s pathetic.

    • igoy101

      You do not know what you are talking about.  If the order of the SC are continuously denied will only result to chaos.  The US of A religiously obeyed their SC rulings contrary to what you said.

      • Amboypinoy1

        WE DON’T NEED THE SUPREME COURT PARE. KILL ALL THE ARROYO JUSTICES AND STAB ARROYO IN HER VAGINA.

      • igoy101

        You are a maniac using this forum to satisfy your fantasy. 

      • Amboypinoy1

        DRINKING GLORIAS URINE AND EATING HER MANURE IS NOT MY FANTASY. PERO YOU ENJOY IT PARE. SIGE LICK GLORIAS VAGINA SO YOU CAN MAKE BABAENG DUWENDE HAPPY.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKIKXLTZATX3UJQM2OE4PED2UE Shinigami

      You have a different sense of understanding sir. The issue pointed out is that the Supreme Court’s order has been consistently defied by Pnoy’s administration and there has been a lot of instances where even private individuals are doing the same.
      In a nutshell, Pnoy’s show of defiance with the rule of law is now being followed and is now becoming a trend even to the private individuals, this is a concern that needs to be raised because it will somehow cause chaos. How can the Supreme Court enforce it’s own order when the same order has been defied even by the current Administration? The pathetic people here is Pnoy, De Lima et al, they think they are above the law and has disregarded the Supreme Court. Let’s see later on on how they will deal with this once karma comes back to them.

      • Amboypinoy1

        WE WILL DEFY THE SUPREME COURT AT SANA PUWEDENG ISMASACRE LAHAT NG MGA ARROYO APPOINTED JUDGES. THIS IS THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TIRED OF THE SC DICTATORSHIP. HEAR OUR BATTLECRY! LETS BURN DOWN THE SUPREME COURT AND KILL ALL THE ARROYO JUSTICES. THEN HAVE ARROYO RAPED BY THE AMPATUANS.

  • Amboypinoy1

    LETS BURN DOWN THE SUPREME COURT AND SLAUGHTER CORONA AND HIS ILK. CHOP OF THEIR BODY PARTS ONE BY ONE. I WANT TO STAB CORONA UNTIL HE BLEEDS LIKE A PIG.

    • RomyLitz

      The pig should not be stabbed, but killing it softly by googling the neck by a knife. We should eliminate the eight senators who will vote for his acquittal and this is the most important too.

      • Amboypinoy1

        I AGREE. LETS KEEP THE PIG ALIVE SO WE CAN TORTURE IT SLOWLY. LETS STAB IT WITH A SPOON UNTIL IT SQUEELS. THOSE SENATORS SHOULD BE BEHEADED AS WELL.

      • RomyLitz

        Yep, the Filipinos are masters in using the art of People Power worldwide, we did it before to boot Marcos and now let us reboot the SC and the Congress of Senate if they are just bautterflies and starfruit addicts.

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Hahahaha

        A true sign of desperation! and a true yellow retards!

        Kill people who are not conforming to your line of thinking…

        But I salute you for admitting that 8 senators will acquit the Honorable CJ Corona.

        HAHAHAHAHA

      • RomyLitz

        Wrong again. It is never an act of desperation it is an act what Cromwel and Brutus did to the incorrigible and morally hopeless Thieves of People’s rights.

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Dream on….

        Keep repeating what you just said 100x to make it appear it is true!

        HAHAHAHAHA

      • RomyLitz

        Thanks for inspiring me to dream on. And how about you?

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Sorry, I don’t dream…. HAHAHA

        I have visions… and I hope you know the difference between the two…

        HAHAHAHAHA

  • RomyLitz

    In a nutshell, tge SC is like a ferocious tiger but a toothless one and harmless.

  • SignTheWaiverNow

    To quote Mr. Carandang:

    “I think if people are disagreeing with the Supreme Court more,  it’s because the Supreme Court has made actions under the current leadership that people feel have not been explained properly or justified properly,” he told a Palace press briefing Thursday.

    Mr. Carandang,

    Hindi na kailangan pang i-justify TRO because:

    A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is a court order of limited duration. A TRO commands the parties in the case to maintain a certain status until the court can hear further evidence and decide whether to issue a preliminary injunction.

    Under the Law, a person may obtain a TRO by visiting a judge without notice to, or the presence of, the adverse party. A TRO may be issued by a court only if it appears from specific facts shown in a signed, sworn Affidavit or complaint that immediate irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result to the applicant before the adverse party.

    The immediate potential for irreparable harm is the gravamen of the TRO.

    Now, let’s take the case of STC, a TRO was issued and the adverse party defied it. And by defying it… the student suffered an irreparable damage because she can not join the graduation rites ever again…

    See? obviously, the defiance emanates from the same defiance or argument that Sec. De Lima said. That the TRO was defective and can not be enforced. By doing so, the poor student lost her rights to join the graduation.

    • Amboypinoy1

      WHO CARES ABOUT THE STUDENT. THE SC COURT SHOULD BE CALLED A TRO COURT WE DON’T NEED THE SC. BURN DOWN THE SC AND KILL ALL THE ARROYO JUSTICES. SLAUGHTER KILL AND MAIM THEM.

    • RomyLitz

      If the justification of the TRO is apparently orchestrated, fabricated , convoluted and perverted then defiance is a matter of chain reaction until the conspirators are fully evicted from their juicy and dollar generating seats!

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Please take note that the Judge who rendered the TRO vs STC is different from the Justices!

        LOLOLOLOLOL

      • RomyLitz

        Am talking about flip flopping in PAL and TRO favoring Little Lady, your madame Thief.

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Ohhh….. so you think that the 15 Justices who deliberated on the TRO vs GMA orchestrated, fabricated, convuluted and perverted the issuance of the TRO?

        And what is your basis Mr. RomyLitz?

        Ha Ha Ha

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        And yet, it was decided by the SC as a group, which means, the reason was good enough for them.

        And so they decided.

        I cannot think why you would use the words ‘orchestrated’ and ‘fabricated’ especially on an SC decision for a TRO. 

        A TRO is a lesser tool that happens quite a lot. If I may surmise, are you insinuating that GMA and the other SC justices who voted for the TRO had something illegal going on?  Your proof sir?

  • loudwhale

    sino ba ang promoter sa pag sira sa SC???????????/

    • RomyLitz

      Good question and the answer is: obviously the sweet couple, Natoy and Sexy Midas!

  • loudwhale

    abnoy is promoting anarchy!!!!!!!!!!! the only rule that there is is the “rule of abnoy” everything else can be ignored starting w/ the SC.
    when power goes to an empty head like abnoys it only cause so much confusion & anarchy.

  • RomyLitz

    Hey Sexy Midas, you are back in circulation?

  • hustlergalore

    TRO stamp pad for the rich!

    • SignTheWaiverNow

      Hehehehe

      Stup id people like you deserves to die!

      HAHAHAHA 

  • RomyLitz

    The flip flopping Supreme Court of Corona Orchestra is to blame for wave of defiance and someday the wave will grow into a tsunami to swallow not only the Corona ilks but the butterfly senators whose favorite fruit is starfruit.

  • oracle888

    Midas Marquez should blame himself and his BF CJ Corona, as well as other biased GMA appointed Associate Justices for the notorious reputation of SC, instead of accusing other for the public’s disrespect and disobey of the court orders.

    • igoy101

      What I understood is that the SC did not favored someone on the GMA TRO.  They made their decision according to the constitution instead of public opinion.  At that time, there was no case/s filed yet against GMA – all De lima have is speculations.  Kaya nga may takip ang mga mata ng Justice symbol natin para walang kinikilingan.  The SC Justcies based their decisions according to the constitution alone and not on public opinion or hearsays.

  • SignTheWaiverNow

    To all yellow retards:

    Think about this and I post a challenged to your small brains.

    Don’t you think that true achievement of De Lima’s defiance is to weaken the Courts but not barring someone from escaping?

    Think Hard Morons!

    HA HA HA
    HA HA HA

    • RomyLitz

      To you upholding the rule of law means upholding the obvious grease sensitive flip flopping decisions to upholdthedollardeposits, right?

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Wrong answer… think again!

        LOLOLOLOLOL

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

        i think you got a yellow moron up there.. lol

      • RomyLitz

        And you must be the Sexy Midas!! Huli ka na.

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Sir, flip flop as you call it, is not new or an original idea of the most recent SC.  It has done so before, even before CJC ever got into the SC.

        It is just part of the justice system that, when new evidence is presented and evaluated, may overturn previous SC decisions.

        There is nothing irregular about this.

      • RomyLitz

        So when will flip flopping stops if there will always be purported new evidences showing p? You are then insinuating a scenario that SC final decisions are hopelessly not final? So the PAL employees can still appeal the final resolution, right?

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Let me educate you Mr. RomyLitz,

        The resolution was penned by Associate Justice Arturo Brion, of the Second Division handling the PAL case.

        Brion explained that it was the members of the Second Division handling the PAL case who initiated a meeting with the Chief Justice to inform him of the need to recall their Sept. 7, 2011, ruling at the risk of being accused of “flip-flopping.”

        The high court admitted that part of the division’s consideration was the letter of Mendoza who pointed out that based on the compositions of justices and the reshuffle due to the retirement of some justices, the SC’s third division should have issued the ruling.

        However, Mendoza’s letter was not the only consideration but also the series of inhibitions of justices, retirements of justices and the high court’s reorganization due to retirements and new appointments, according to the resolution.

        Gets mo na? It is a matter of who will have the Jurisdiction over the case. And due to numerous inhibitions and retirements. The confusion arises.

        A court can not issue a final resolution to a case without jurisdiction over it. Gets?

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Ah, the FASAP case.

        Wasn’t the re raffling done because there was a grave error on the part of the SC.

        If i remember correctly, it was a 3rd div decision, but when some of the 3rd div justices retired, some of the 2nd div judges was seconded to the case.

        Problem started when 2nd div seconded to the 3rd div ATTACHED it as a sole 2nd div judgement.

        E.Mendoza pointed this out, because it is out of order. After all, why did 2nd div decide on a 3rd division case?

        Then as you say it, adding insult to injury, most of the 3rd division judges retired. Thereby, according to law, decision must be made by made by majority (portion) of the original 3rd div judges who since then retired.  No majority, therefore re raffle.

        As Justice Serreno pointed, perhaps just a ‘noted’ from the 2nd div would suffice. But then, that solution is neither here or there legally, since it follows no law, regulation or precedence.

        Lamentable as the case maybe for FASAP, this is part of how the SC can fail due to human error. My questions are:

        Is CJC remiss on any of the actions he undertook regarding this issue?

        If you were CJ, how would you correct the issue. How is that any different from CJC’s decision.

        Error and correction, EMendoza instead of EMaceda.

  • oracle888

    Who need the Philippines Supreme Court? Only those powerful, influential and rich individual and corporation who want to have their case overturned or win in favor of themselves; and get away with the misdeeds and pain they impart on others.

    Since it is similar to the eBay’s  highest bidder schema, those lost in the bidding are the group we called “Mga Kawawa”. And the CJ laughs all the way to the Phil Saving Bank in Kamuning..

    • RomyLitz

      He will dollar deposit also to the faithful members of Corona Orchestra.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

       yeah do away with the judges and the law.. lets see how fun Manila streets would be. if  Pnoy can defy the Supreme court -then we can also defy him.. as stupid as he is..

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

      Wouldn’t doing away with the SC be just the same as what you feared; The rich getting away with everything?

      How exactly do you think doing away with the SC would benefit the country?

  • http://twitter.com/kintoy Boardinggate101.com

    mababa ang rating nila dahil sa microphone incident

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

    - people  – read  this  from Daily tribune:
    A different legal precedent is transpiring in the country through the handiwork of Noynoy who is acting like the feudal landlord that he is, in having his whims and caprices followed at all costs.
    That precedent is the leader of the nation inciting the existence of anarchy as complying with the decisions of the court is becoming optional.
    Noynoy since his candidacy had shown streaks of being an iconoclast who would not think twice about not observing the law to achieve his nefarious ends.
    During the campaign for the 2010 presidential elections, Noynoy said he would not hesitate to call a People Power movement if he fails to win the presidency, citing the surveys which were obviously massaged for his benefit that supposedly showed his clear lead in the race for the nation’s top post.
    When he was inaugurated as president, he broke tradition by not taking his oath of office from the Chief Justice. Also during the campaign period, he made known that he would not recognize Renato Corona as Chief Justice since he was an appointee of Gloria during the twilight of her term.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

    Corona and the Supreme Court thereafter became fair game for Noynoy and his yellow mob claiming that the justices being appointees of Gloria are all tainted with corruption, disregarding the fact that Gloria was in the presidency for nine years and there would have been no other way for the associate justices to be in their respective seats without being appointed by the President.
    There were several instances thereafter that Court Administrator Midas Marquez cited when the decisions of the court were not complied with by the administration of Noynoy, primarily situations where the Department of Justice (DoJ) is involved in.
    Also under attack is the independence of the judiciary primarily in the disbursement of funds. Noynoy initially tried to place the control of the judiciary funds under the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) through an item in the budget that would have allowed the impounding of the judiciary funds which would have violated the fiscal autonomy the Constitution had provided the judiciary.
    The effort was thwarted in Congress, but Marquez revealed that Noynoy did not give up on exerting control over the judiciary funds through a veto in 2012 General Appropriations Act setting limits and conditions on the release of the funds.
    The veto in part said that funds for personal services shall be valid for release and obligation only until the end of 2012 while Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) and Capital Outlays are available for release and obligation only until the end of 2013.
    Marquez noted that the veto departed from the usual practice where unspent funds in a given year form part of savings which can be realigned for other purposes, consistent with the fiscal autonomy of the judiciary as guaranteed by the Constitution.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

    Efforts to emasculate the Supreme Court and the judiciary are bearing their poisonous fruit as increasing cases are being recorded where the decisions of the court are simply being ignored without any valid reason being offered for it.
    Noynoy’s clear defiance of the court and the chief personalities behind it appeared to be emboldening everybody else to do same, which is a skewed way of showing leadership by example.
    Developing under Noynoy is an anarchic government where one branch can freely defy another without suffering any consequence or which can be compared to a destructive way of practicing check and balance.
    By disabling the judiciary, Noynoy apparently hopes to force those he considered as obstructions to his whims in the SC to resign, thus opening the way for him to pack the tribunal with his appointees.
    It was bruited before that Noynoy and his inner circle allies wanted to assure favorable decisions on some controversial cases notably those involving Hacienda Luisita of the Aquino-Cojuangco clan of Noynoy and the Mar Roxas election protest case, through the appointment as chief justice of an ambitious justice identified with a highly infuential political law firm.
    Noynoy’s effort, however destructive, promises a handsome payback for him and his yellow mob.
    so there you go people.. you want a president -who behaves like a child just to get his toy ? or are we going to a more civilized society? with Rule of law! De Lima – should be a fried chicken by now – if this were really a straight forward country.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

    sa nga prosecutors – yeah man!  try running for senators next year..am sure – the Mindanao people will not vote for you..because of Pnot – we are suffering 8 hours  with no electricity. ayan ang daang tuwid ninyo..T!#*!_&#!^#!%$%$*!ina  nyo.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

    The majority will uphold the rule of law when it serves the right purpose. The EDSA revolution by itself was illegal, we can and will do it again to show that we are the supreme ruler and not those hoodlum in robes who, by mere appointment, think they are intellectually powerful to run this country.

    • RomyLitz

      That is a clear message of the defiance. Corona has to go.

      • Andres_Bagumbayan

        Hindi papayag ang ilan matitino natin mga kababayan na mapatalsik si corona,ngunit iyong mga kurap at tiwali sa palasyo ay mananatili…kung nais nyong malinis ang bayan,hindi lamang si corona ang dapat mawala kundi ang mga katulad din ni noynoying na promo-proteka ng mga kurap na pinuno at kaalyado!!!!

    • SignTheWaiverNow

      Okay. why don’t you initiate your so-called EDSA revolution vs CJ CORONA!

      Please I am begging you to do it NOW!

      HAHAHAHAHAHA

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

        Hi Up, revolution already start in my house, the wife put up a good fight. Still deadlock.

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        You can ask your neighbors to also join and stage a big rally outside your house so you can have it your way!

        HAHAHAHA

      • repapips

         initiate edsa revolution vs corona? wew. anong klaseng hirit yan.

    • Andres_Bagumbayan

       Conrado De quiros,ikaw ba iyan???

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

        Nope, It’s the concubine here, sharing the same views.

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

      “The majority will uphold the rule of law when it serves the right purpose.”

      This is quite interesting simply because, by virtue of the majority, they can rewrite the laws if they wanted change, be it for good, or bad purpose.

      Anyway, the GMA TRO for instance, De Lima decided not to uphold the order, but it seems (based on the surveys) she has the backings of the president, and the majority of the people (based on surveys). In this instance, the majority or the popular PNoy and Sec De Lima did not uphold the law, for what they deem is the ‘right’ purpose.

      “The EDSA revolution by itself was illegal”

      Agreed, by law, it is. Not that it stopped me from joining though.

      “..we can and will do it again to show that we are the supreme ruler”

      With Edsa II and Edsa III, somehow I felt the spirit of Edsa I diminish as the same notion gets repeated every time. Once, it held that people are angry for change, and did it thru revolution.  But do it every so often, the message that comes across is ‘the people doesn’t want change thru constitutional means, they’re too impatient for it.’  Like some mid east/african country who had so many revolutions changing one president after the next, revolution becomes a way of life, and so becomes normal.

      “and not those hoodlum in robes who, by mere appointment, think they are intellectually powerful to run this country.”

      How do you suggest we change it?

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

        Format the hardisk and install a new reliable software!

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        lol on the computer terminologies.

        But seriously, if we write a law that would abolish the current SC and place a new one, wouldn’t it make more problems than solutions.

        For example:

        What happens to cases longer than the term of a sitting SC justice, does it get raffled off again?

        What happens if the sitting president can’t do what he wants done, because of the current laws, can he ‘restart’ the SC again and again until finds a proper set of judges agreeable to his reasons?

        lunch!

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

        Save and back up important files then re-install after the above recommended procedure.

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Disagree po sir.

        In reference to the FASAP case where there is no more original members of the SC 3rd Div kasi nag retire na ang karamihan.

        And so, re – raffle nanaman.

        Pag di na gustuhan ng sitting president ang SC, restart, then hear again. Sobra delay mangyayari.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HFYQYPW6MLJC7OLGLCJRS4IAC4 Regd

        Of course you will disagree, because you imposed limitation in your brain for solutions. You cannot pour new wine to an old wineskins, if you do the new wine will burst the skins. The wine will run out and the wineskins will be ruined. 

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Its rather not the limitation of my ability to think. Its rather foreseeing the battling lawyers on a revolving door turnabout policy of new justices everytime one president wants to ‘reboot’ the SC.

        Lawyers will contend what right new justices has to decide on cases which was preliminarily heard by outgoing SC justices
        especially if it does not go to such lawyer’s favor. It does sound reasonable, and so, it can be argues as such.

        And so, re raffle. And hear it again, until the next reboot command comes along.

      • RomyLitz

        We have to boot out the virus and reboot the balimbing Senate if possible, or worse reformat and delete or kill the useless files of corruption but save the dumb drive for future litigation. I still beleive, that if the Senate choose to acquit, then the Peole Power is very relevant with different constitients and participants, the 2nd Generation of Edsa.

  • Andres_Bagumbayan

    Sa tutoo lang,diyan mahusay ang Administrasyon ni Noynoying !!!! ang banatan ang kanilang mga kaaway at magkunwaring sila ang pinakamalinis na mga pinuno!!! matagal ng taktika ng mga dilaw iyan…ikaw ba naman ang magkaroon ng mga kakampi sa telebisyon,radyo at peryodiko,malamang magiging demonyo ang mga kalaban ni noynoying sa mata ng madla!!!

    Mabuti ng mabuti kung tutoong malinis at matino si noynoying? ang kaso,wala din siyang iniwan sa mga nagdaan kurap na pangulo…pansinin mo ang mga kilos at salita ni noynoying,hindi ba walang dudang “TRAPO” ang  walang silbing na pangulo…

    Nakapagtataka na ayaw pa din aminin ng mga dilaw na hindi kurap at mahina ang kanilang idolo!!!

    • RomyLitz

      The Coronoids on the other hand are very busy suppressing, deleting and striking out TRUTHS about the abnormality of flip floppings and aiding Little Lady to escape explaining accountability on election sabotage. She want to fly away from the pending criminal and administrative cases, is that what you are fighting for? Noynoying is better than any of these, Little Lady, Nato and Sexy Midas!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKIKXLTZATX3UJQM2OE4PED2UE Shinigami

         Ganyan ho ba kakitid ang inyong pag-iisip? Ang pinagsasabi mo ay pawang haka-haka lamang ang at wala kahit isang ebidensiya na naiprisinta para mapatunayan na totoo ang pinagsasabi ng panot na amo ‘nyo. Kung alam ‘nyo sana ang prosesso ng Constitution at Supreme Court baka mahihiya ka sa inyong mga pinagsasabi. Ang problema kasi ni Pnoy, kahit walang alam, putak lang ng putak. Hindi na nahiya, kaya ang mga taong tulad ‘nyo na uto-uto at nabubulag sa ‘Daang Matuwid’ at mga pampabango ni Pnoy ay sunod lang lang sunod at ginagawang katotohanan ang bawat sinasabi niya o baka ikaw ang isa mga bayaran ni Carandang para i litohin ang taong bayan para mag mukhang malinis at mataas ang ratings ni Pnoy? Mahiya naman kayo sa sarili ‘nyo, gumising ka at gamitin ang utak mo.

      • RomyLitz

        there are no haka haka here. Just watch the Live Coverage of Corona hearing. The honesty and intergrity of a man always co-exist with the desire to be OPEN and Transparent. I did not see this behaviour in Corona, he wants, like Little Lady, evade the truth from surfacing. These to me are evidence of admission of guilt. The Cuevas acts are all dedicated to suppressing, deleting , striking out and prohibiting SC employees from appearing. Unless Corona opens everything including his dollar accounts I wont change my analyses that Corona is guilty based on his “beahviours”.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKIKXLTZATX3UJQM2OE4PED2UE Shinigami

         So the truth you are talking about is subjective. Remember sir, we are in a democratic state, anyone has a right, even you to find a remedy when you are wronged. You cannot judge a person by his guilt, honesty and integrity though what you see or hear from another person, in this case Pnoy because you don’t know what his agenda is too. The defense is yet to explain their side, why can’t you wait for them to explain ang open Corona’s account? Remember, they are following a process – the impeachment court process, they are not just like Pnoy’s prosecutor’s who comes out to the media swinging every piece of paper they find without the proper verification. I watch the coverage on the hearing too but to me, the prosecution seems incoherent with their statements and that is a fact, the media, Pnoy and Malacanang might be barking over and over again on their perceived truth.
        Pnoy should learn to shut up, he cannot judge a man of his guilt if he thinks he is, he should learn our law.

      • Andres_Bagumbayan

        Makasagot nga po…hindi po porket ayaw pabuksan ni corona ang kanyang bank account ay may itinatago na siya o guilty siya?? mali po ang ganitong konklusyon…

        Sa larangan po ng batas ng korte,ang umaaakusa ang siyang dapat mangalap ng ebidensiya laban sa inaakusahan…at kahit po kayo ang lumagay sa kinatatayuan ni corona,kung kayo po ang inaakusahan na nagnakaw ay hindi nyo po tutulungan ang nag-aakusa sa inyo na mangalap ng ebidensiya laban po sa inyo!!! ganuon po ang legal na pamamaraan…

      • PinoyConcerned888

        Comment lang po, mismong si Corona din naman ang nagsabi at nangako na since wala naman syang tinatago e bubuksan nya ang mga bank accounts nya sa tamang panahon. Nasaan po yung pangako na yon? at kelan iyong tamang panahon na sinasabi nya?

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Sir, dumating at lumipas na po ba ang tamang panahon? Hindi po ba nasa defense pa ang proverbial ‘bola’ at, kagaya ng prosecution, they have leeway in deciding the order of witnesses they can present?

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Sir I wouldn’t base guilt or innocence on what I hear in TV. Decorum, integrity, honesty etc, these are subjective perceived traits that may or may not necessarily be true.

        I wouldn’t also say CJC is guilty simply because he still hasn’t opened the USD Accounts?

        How could I justify a guilty verdict if there is NO evidence what so ever. An unopened bank account is no evidence.

      • RomyLitz

        If you have kids, then you will know the body language of a lying boy. Corona and Cuevas definitely fit the picture of a boy trying to hide the evidences away from his parents.

      • Andres_Bagumbayan

        Uulitin ko po,hindi lamang dito sa pilipinas na ang korte suprema ay nagkaroon ng papalit-palit na desisyon…maging sa amerika po ay nangyayari ito!!!! sa kaso naman ng paglipad ni arroyo,hindi naman kaya mahina ang argumento ng mga abogado ni noynoy aquino kaya hindi ito sinang-ayunan ng korte suprema!!!!

        Para po sa inyong kaalaman,Hindi perpekto ang gobyerno ni aquino na lahat na lang ng sabihin o gawin nito ay inyong paniniwalaan o susundin…madalas po ay sablay ang mga ginagawa nito o ipinapanukala…naaalala ninyo pa ba ang “executive order # 1??? paulit-ulit din po,di ba?

        Malamang ay kaparehas din ng mga sinasabi ninyong mga personalidad si noynoy aquino…marami pong ginagawa o ginawa si noynoy aquino na ginawa din ni little before…tulad ng kampihan ang mga kaalyado kahit mali ang ginagawa!!!! parehas lang pong “trapo” at tiwali si little lady at noynoy aquino…sabi nga ng matatanda,”walang tulak kabigin”…

      • SignTheWaiverNow

        Again, let me post a challenge to your small brain….

        Don’t you think that true achievement of De Lima’s defiance is to weaken the Courts and NOT preventing someone from escaping trial?

        If you can convincingly answer my challenge above, then you can have your way in this forum…

        HAHAHAHA

  • Andres_Bagumbayan

    Walang iniwan ang mga tagasunod ni noynoying sa mga aleman(germans) nuong kasagsagan ng partido ng nazi ni adolfo hitler!!! kahit anong sabihin ni hitler sa bayan ay kanilang ina-ayunan o sinusunod sa dahilan ito ay napaka-popular !!! magkaparehas din ang nazi party at kaalyado ni noynoying kung paano nila tuligsain ang kanilang mga kalaban sa politika!!! masyadong maruming maglaro si noynoying at pinaniniwala niya na siya lang ang matino at mahusay na pinuno…katuwiran nila,kapag kakampi ka namin ay protektado ka,ngunit kapag kalaban ka namin ay kulong at sira ang pagkatao mo!!!! ganyan maglaro ang mga kapanalig ni noynoying…kasing dumi at baho ng inu-uuod na bangkay!!!

  • manggoding

    ““I think if people are disagreeing with the Supreme Court more, 
    it’s because the Supreme Court has made actions under the current leadership that PEOPLE FEEL HAVE NOT BEEN EXPLAINED PROPERLY OR JUSTIFIED PROPERLY,” CARANDANG SAID.”

    Anong klaseng paliwanag yan.
    Ibig sabihin nitong si Carandang bawat Criminal na kasong murder ay kailangan ipaliwanag ng Supreme Court kung bakit nasentinsiyan ng bitay sa mga tao. Pati na rin ang holdaper,kidnaper, rapist.
    Ang masasabi ko lang walang pakiaalam ang mga mamamayan dahil accused at victim nagdemandahan.
    Pwede ba Pnoy, maglagay ka nga ng Abogado sa iyong Press Dept. hindi yan utak biya ang alam. 

    • RomyLitz

      Halatang halata naman ang flip flopping decisions ay abnormal. Then, the live coverage of Corona hearing showed the dissenting opinion of Sereno was shelved and SC hastily issued a TRO barring SC justices and employees from appearing in the IC hearing. Carandang was RIGHT, very right, instead of explaining and elaborating their decisions, the SC joined hand in hand with Cuevas in suppressing and deleting evidences and prohibiting witnesses to shed more light on the case! What kind of transparency is that?

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        The Sereno decisions were late. They were always late.

      • RomyLitz

        Yep, well, better late than never. Marcos declared a “false” martial law in 1971 and 15 years later, the Filipinos woke up and reformat Malacanang. Let’s not stop these ubiquitous process of “reformatting” Malacanang or the Senate Congress, infected by virus called Starfruit and Butterfly !

      • Pitbulldog

        Similar to their tact when they hurriedly revised the format of the SALN just to implicate the CJ.  Parang akala timang ang mga tao na di nasusundan ang takbo ng isip nila. Puro isip bata.

      • Andres_Bagumbayan

        Maging ang korte suprema ng estados unidos ay nagkakaroon ng madalas na flip-flopping decisions ngunit ito ay hindi binabatikos ng ganitong katindi ng ehekutibo…sa pilipinas lamang yata,mas marunong pa ang ehekutibo kesa korte suprema sa pag-interpret ng batas!!!! o baka talagang nagmamagaling lamang ang palasyo o nagkukunwaring alam nila ang batas??? puro papogi ang tawag dito!!!! di ba,noynoy aquino?

      • RomyLitz

        Flip flopping is implied in our Constitution but the recent cases( PAL and redistricting ) do not merit the same treatment as SC in USA cases.Very obvious and apparent are the acts of Orchestrations, Pervertion and Convolution and Machinations of the SC decisions in the Philippines. Time to put a stop on this! Evidence? Hey, look at the dollar accounts they dont only speak a thousand words, they show more than a billion words already. Giga words. Their frown faces and acts of flight are evidences not needed in the rules of evidence but they are the TRUTHS.

      • casaysay

        sorry, but your argument on PAL case is a very firm ang concrete evidence na you are a grossly misinformed person on the case basic legalities and procedures. worst, when you add your weird opinion on dollar accounts, i realize that if i’ll believe you i’ll become stupid.

      • RomyLitz

        Why dont we open Macho Nato’s dollar account so that we can finish all the tirades against your Macho Nato and Sexy Midas hiding in their Belaggio?

      • Andres_Bagumbayan

        Kung susuriin ninyo po ang batas ay maging ang kaso po ng PAL o ng hacienda luisita ay puwedeng magpalit ng desisyon.wala po itong pinag-kaiba sa mga ordinaryong kaso..

        Sa dolyar naman po ni corona,maging ikaw,ako o ilang natin kababayan ay hindi pa nasilip kung talagang magkano ang nilalaman nito? sa mga peryodiko at telebisyon lamang lumabas na may 700k dollars na deposito si corona…di ba sa peryodiko at telebisyon din lumabas na may 45 pag-aari si corona? ngunit hindi naman pala tutoo na 45 na pag-aari? ang ibig ko pong sabihin na huwag po tayong masyadong maniwala sa mga naririnig at napapanood natin ngayon sa dahilan napakahusay ng administrasyon ni noynoy aquino na magmanipula ng balita!!! isang halimbawa ay iyong mga paratang nila kay merceditas guitierez at manny villar na pinaniwalaan ng bayan.may isinampa bang kaso sa ombudsman si noynoy laban sa dalawa???

      • RomyLitz

        So, why delay opening the dollar account if he is Mr. Clean, not Mr.Colap?

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Simple reason is timing.

        Strike on a position of advantage.

        Definitely not before the senate break. otherwise, walang dating.

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Andres, I agree with your point.

        In fact, let me share some of what i read.

        From Anwers dot com

        Supreme Court decisions can only be overturned in two ways:

        Legitimate Methods

        The US Supreme Court reverses a decision on an earlier case by making a contradictory decision on a current case.
        Congress and the States can overturn a decision by amending the Constitution.

        Illegitimate Methods (Passive Resistance)

        Sometimes the Executive Branch obstructs or fails to enforce a decision.
        Sometimes Congress rewrites legislation to bring it into compliance with constitutional guidelines.
        Sometimes
        Congress strips the Supreme Court of its appellate jurisdiction over
        certain types of cases to deprive them of the ability to overturn a law
        or policy.
        Sometimes states pass laws that clearly
        violate Supreme Court decisions, forcing someone with standing to
        challenge the new law’s constitutionality. Meanwhile, the law can be
        enforced even if violates established civil rights. State legislatures
        do this with the hope of overturning, or slipping around, precedents set
        by earlier Courts.

      • RomyLitz

        I think there is the third method, still illegitimate, but effective and acceptable if majority of the people stick to it : People Power. This is the fastest way to reformat the SC or the Senate Congress compared to Con-Con or Cha-Cha method.

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        I don’t think doing a ‘People Power’  is in the constitution. Hence it is illegal.

        Secondly, people power works only few and far between. If you do a revolt with every new president, its like we as a people have moved backwards, and cannot see a something through.

        We become a mob. People who have regressed in so short a time.

      • Pitbulldog

        Why not use the fourth option, coup d’etat, and kick the behind of this noynoying president and let Binay take command.  Mas may direksyon pa siguro ang ekonomya ng bansa natin.

      • RomyLitz

        Is there a pending case for Pnoy? The ones with pending corruption , impeachment and midnight appointee cases are Corona and the Little Lady?  The economy is due to the unrecovered billions of pesos loot by Little Lady and perhaps Corona.

      • Pitbulldog

        Yan nag retro ka ulit sa “tsismis mode” mo.  I am not against those people who are honestly after graft and corruption, hindi pakulo lang.  In a fair judicial setting and uncontrolled legal proceeding, binasura na yang tsismis ni P-noy mo.  One thing I am sure of and hail this president is by really doing what he meant as “the exact opposite of GMA” .  He far exceeds my expectations so far, because he is steadily making his mark “sa kabobohan at katamaran”.  Exact opposite nga.

  • casaysay

    Hahaha, only tribong budoys at may utak budoy ang maniniwala na kabuduyan na sinasabi ni Carandang na may malalim na kaalaman ang pinoy public sa mga factual na detalye at legalities na pinag-aralan at pinag=desisyunan ng Supreme Court. Like it or not, but the truth is that pinoy public is still a peanut audience kaya naman ito ang target gaguhin at lokohin ng Malacanang press at ng PR firms nito.   

    • Taiko_Kauna

      ang utak mo utak bolinao, di makakita ng tama at mali, yan ang mga followers ni midas the perv, kaya kahit puro kabuloktotan ang sinabi ni midas kinakagat mo pa rin, sino ang tanga!

    • Pitbulldog

      Tsismis nga gusto pang gamiting solid evidence e.  Kung ganyan ang takbo ng utak ng mga ito, titino pa ba ang takbo ng hustisya sa atin?  Mga OGAG talaga.

      • RomyLitz

        tsimis ba yong dollar acoount ni Corona? Tsismis ba yong ayaw niya buksan and dollar account? Tsismis ba iyong gun-poking to Pedro? Tsismis ba yon assets ng mga anak niya? Tsismis ba yong Basa complaints on BGEI? Tulog ata kayong lahat !!

      • Pitbulldog

        Kung di mo pa nakikita at nahahabi ka na ng kuro-kuro, tsismis pa rin yan.  Ngayon, pag isninalaksak na yan sa mga mata mo, saka ka magsabi na totoo.  Para din yan nong 45 properties and then there was 5 pala.  Parang mga real properties na pag-aari na, e hulugan at utang pala….yan ang tsimis.  Ilusyones. 

      • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

        Well, if it can be proven in court, then that is the time that I can only accept such premises.

        Romy, I keep my mind open, but deciding based on a rumor, or untested testimony does not speak well.

        There is a big difference between rumors and testimonies.

      • RomyLitz

        hey, Mr. Kilabot, I did not hear these from rumor mills. I am following the live coverage of IC hearing and Corona media blitz. I based my judgement on what I saw with my two eyes.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H65CQCAAYP7QM7FOQLJDCKA67I Pete

    magaling lang ang LP at si Noynoy pag SC ang inaaway.  Pag UNA at China tuliro kayo LOL

  • Amboypinoy1

    GET A KNIFE AND STAB MIDAS MARQUEZ EYE. URINATE INSIDE HIS EYE. 

  • EdgarEdgar

    Desperate times call for desperate measures. Even Ricky has to personally field questions as the administration’s ratings are going down the drain fast. As former friends and allies desert the melting president, the palace is getting colder and lonelier. When SC comes out with its Luisita decision next week, the boy emperor will be all left alone in the palace playing with his baby rockets like big fat Kim up north.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKIKXLTZATX3UJQM2OE4PED2UE Shinigami

      Another sad thing is that we have a lawmaker defending the president with shallow reasons. He should be ashamed of himself as a lawmaker, from the sound of his reasons, he’s saying that the people has the option not to follow the law when they feel they are right – if so, they should stop creating laws if no one will abide and follow it. Caradang ang Malacanang should be ashamed of their words calling a Corona court when they themselves were telling the people that SC is not Corona. Carandang’s reaction exposed Pnoy’s ways of coming clean every time by using the ratings.  His argument is a low blow, Pnoy can be popular in his own right, given his resources he can spin the media to  tell everyone what he has done right and how righteous but if the people cannot feel any of his accomplishments and can see through his lies, this will go back to him like a piece of cr*p in his face.

      • EdgarEdgar

        Right. Defending the indefensible is getting more and more impossible by the day.In due time, they will abandon their lost cause.

      • RomyLitz

        What about the plan of GMA to fly away from the Philippines under false pretext
        , Corona’s stubborness to reveal his dollar accounts and his counsels 50-50 decision for him to take the witness stand? Can you explain these abnormal behaviours?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QKIKXLTZATX3UJQM2OE4PED2UE Shinigami

         How can you say that it was a false pretext? Or was it Pnoy and De Lima’s fear of a public backlash against them when she’ll get away. Remember sir, Pnoy and De Lima had 3 years, ano ba ang ginawa nila sa tatlong taon? Bakit ang kaso ay naipasa sa oras na tao ay palabas na? at ngayon ang Korte Suprema ang pinasahan nila sa kanilang pagkukulang? Intindihin ‘nyo sana sir na ang korte Suprema ay tagatanggap lang ng mga kaso, kung ang argumento ni GMA ay naayon sa Constitution – saan ang pagkukulang? Bakit mas maugong pa sila sa media sa mga ebidensiya kaysa sa kaso. You cannot blame the court if the Pnoy and De Lima’s team has a weak case, they just interpret it based on court’s documentation not from the public’s opinion otherwise it will be Persecution or witchhunt.
        If you are accused in the court, the burden of proof is on the accuser, in this case the prosecution. What is happening now is that the prosecution and Malacanang are just stating pre-tenses without proper documentation. Yes, Corona has a dollar account, but has the prosecution presented a trail that it came from illegal means? Di ba ang sinasabi lang nila ay may pera siya, kung may kakayahan si Corona na makakuha ng ganyan karaming pera, bakit illegal? Dapat maipakita ng prosekusyon na galing sa kaban ng bayan ang pera, Hindi pwedeng lalabas lang sila nag may ganitong pera si Corona at siya ang mag explain publiko.
        Kung sasabihin ko ngayon sa inyong barangay na nagnakaw ka sa akin at nakuha ko ang sentimento ng bayan at ipapakita ko na may account ka na may savings at sasabihin ko na iyan ang bilang ng pera na nanakaw sa akin, ok lang  ba  sa iyo yon?Kahit alam mo na ang pera ay totoong sa iyo? Nasira ko na ang reputasyon mo sa mata ng tao at nasa sa ‘iyo na ang problema ngayon para ipakita sa publiko na ako ay mali.
        Madali lang ‘ho mag akusa, pero ang mahirap patunayan ito – mas lalong mahirap kung ang prosekusyon ay gumagawa ng ebidensiya at ginagamit lang ang media para manira.

      • dgboy

         eh ano ba ginawa ni gloria sa 9 na taon? Wala manlang upgrade sa navy kaya yan ipit na tayo sa china. Inubos pa ang budget. Lousy!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CORG5SS4JLP5L55UKFCEYKTNK4 Peter

         She kept the Philippine economy afloat during the recession.  And she may be corrupt, but she at least has accomplishments to show.  What about your President dgboy?  He’s already used up 1/3 of his time in the presidency.  And he has nothing to show for it.  Wala na nga syang accomplishments, eh wala pa syang ginagawa para ma-mitigate yung mga problema sa presyo ng gas, bilihin at kuryente. 

    • dgboy

      bitterness to the max, malapit na deadlinme ng amo mo. Kailngan na nya magfile ng saln, yan ang desperate times

      • EdgarEdgar

        Have a great weekend dgboy. you need it.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

       I hope they rule with finality on the Hacienda Lucita case.   Need to bring closure to this issue after 22 years. 

  • Pitbulldog

    Mga edukadong tao itong nasa palasyo lalo na itong timang na pangulo pero sagad sa buto ang pagka-ipokrito.  Sino ba ang puspusang naninira kay CJ at sa SC sa simula’t simula pa, di ba itong praning na ito.  At sino nagpasimula ng lahat ng ito, di ba ang hangal at tamad na yan? Inabot na ng HLI ruling ang impeachment mo P-noy laban kay CJ.  Makakhirit ka pa ba P-noy?  Sa akala mo ba may papabor pa sa yo?  Baka pati mga tuta mo dyan ay nabwisit na rin sa yo.

    • eckxs

      pitbulldog ikaw yata ang batugan..asa ka lng sa mga kinurakot ni pandak at ni corona..mga ofw pabor p rin kay pnoy gusto mo kc sinusubuan parati n parang baby mag trabaho ka naman wag ka masyado mag asa sa pinagpawisan ng iba…

    • dgboy

       CJ is in self destruct mode, dahil sa kagagawan niya kaya sinisira nya sarili nya. Hindi na kailngan gawin ng palasyo yun.

      • Pitbulldog

        Refresh your memory, Brod.  All these brick throwings, dirty name callings was started by P-noy. CJ and his camp were always on the defensive. Ilagay mo sarili mo sa lugar nya at reresbak ka rin. P-noy should be aware that the ghosts and monsters he created was by his misdeeds and should prepare for the backlash.  Wag syang balat kamatis (lalo na yellows) na konting sundot, talsik ang katas at umaaray agad.  Sunod yan puro karma (sana). 

      • pangitbudhiko

        no he is not. Abnoy is one ON self DEMOLITION. HE IS IN OFFICE FOR OVER TWO YEARS NOWHE HAS NOT DONE ANYTHING FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE NATION.iN FACT he being the president is already destroying the very essence of democracy.

      • igoy101

        We were not born yesterday so kindly tell us what CJ did para sirain niya ang sarili niya?  What we saw is what Pnoy did to destroy the CJ and the SC thru his media attacks that the gullibles bought… without thinking.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

         I do not see that CJ is in a self destruct mode. That does seem to be the case for Aquino however.  But i would strongly encourage CJ to be smart and let his legal team handle everything.   CJ should limit news conferences and avoid saying anything you may regret later.  CJ may still win this impeachment case….I wish him the best on the decesion.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/LAMTSOPREOJ6B2KZAO5YRSOX54 tsugtsug

    talagang all out ang pwersa ng mga kurakot. all their efforts surely would go down the drain dahil mulat na ang bayan sa kasakiman ng cj. sige lang mga bayaran ni pandak at midnight cj, keep on dreaming na maloloko pa ninyo ang mga tao sa pilipinas.

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

      I would rather think that this is a healthy discourse between different reasons based on premises of the entire IC, PNoy CJC, etc.  Different opinion matters and it gives other people a different insight into the matter

      I wouldn’t mind CJC being impeached, as long as its within the rule of law.

      In the end, I may not like the IC decision, but I am there to support it.

      Worse are people who comment without a premise, a point to include into the discussion. Worst is when one calls another derogatory names.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

         This is anything but a normal impeachment case.   Dirty politics has affected every decision on this case.   Now the decision for Binay to break from Aquino may be the controlling factor in this impeachment.  Who knows, maybe it was a Binay strategy all along to impeach Corona.   One thing is for sure, Corona is in the way of somebody big plans.  And the simple minded people have allowed and encouraged the impeachment process….not knowing anything about the strategy, and may end up terrible disappointed because Corona right now is a “Check and Balance” on someones (Aquino, Binay or Estrada or Uncle Danding) big plans for the future.     

    • bogusman

       you are out of tune.

  • pinoynga

    Still most unfortunate for Pinoys! Both Messrs. Carandang’s and Marquez’s arguments are both myopic, very limited in scope, and self-centered and only in defense of their respective turfs.

    Paano naman kaming mamamayan?

    Atty. Marquez says Malacanang is encouraging “defiance” or “anarchy” against our courts, and Malacanang says otherwise? Is there “anarchy” against our courts?

    If only both Malacanang and lawyers such as Atty Marquez can open their eyes and look around, there is no reason for them to speak otherwise.

    The great mistrust against in our courts did not happen overnight. CJ Corona did not author this great mistrust. But of course, CJ Corona’s impeachment only continue to make things worst!

    Police and military personnel being involved in crimes, a young boy shot for his PSP, young students being raped and murdered in UP Los Banos, students and school officers being killed inside campuses, Dr. Ortega murdered, BF’s Aguirre secured home attacked and guards murdered, riding in tandems continuous and increasing shooting spree, continuing media killings,  Ampatuans making fun of our courts and judges, infamous senator insulting people on prime time television, PUJs and PUBs “lording” it over in our streets and highways, our sidewalks being occupied rather than “wallstreet”, and many more examples of such “defiance.”

    Messrs. Carandang and Marquez! If you don’t call this “anarchy,” what is???

    • RomyLitz

      If chaos or anarchy is the price to boot out corruption by Corona and the Little Lady, so be it. I believe Pnoy is doing this to reformat the undisciplined judiciary and govt officials.

    • TGM_ERICK

       My friend, you  are correct that the mistrust did not happen only during Corona’s time,  It happened even  during the first time of our self rule.  the distrust slowly builds up to now. Rember ERAP’s quote, “hoodlooms in robes”? :-)))))

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E3CE56OQVPC4RPYD2NR4VD3SUE Bert

    Malacanang and Carandang, former ABS-CBN news reader should worry much. After De Lima’s open SC defiance, the DISBARMENT Case against her is on-going. That would be one less loyal cabinet member if that happens.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/YEBQGQAFESER23GGMG4CWP625E Losingparty

      good riddance. one less self-righteous hypocrite

  • pangitbudhiko

    midal,
    who cares about  low popular rating. as long as the supreme court renders a fair judgement on all cases brought upon the supreme court.
    Remember you are not on a popularity contest.THE PRESIDENT IS!
    ABNOY SHOLD ALWAYS BE POPULAR,OTHERWISEhe losses his credibility to lead the nation. AN UNPOPULAR PRESIDENT WILL BE MORE SUCEPTIBLE FROM BEING REMOVE FROM OFFICE. rEMEMBER mARCOS, Erap. not only in the Philippines Moamar Qoadaffi Idi Amin.

  • poltergeist_fuhrer

    “We have nothing to do with any of these cases. Again, if people are reacting to certain decisions that have been made by Mr. Corona’s court then I don’t think you can blame the administration for the actions of the people in cases that we have no involvement in,”

    ——————-

    U DIDNT GET THE POINT CARANDANG…BECAUSE OF THE DEFIANCE OF THE JUSTICE SECRETARY DE LIMA…YOUR SECRETARY OF JUSTICE….ALL FOLLOWED…I REPEAT, ALL FOLLOWED…….IT ALL STARTED WITH DELIMA, OF COURSE, WITH THE BLESSING OF HER AMONG ABNOY….

    ANG HILIG KASI SA TSISMIS ITONG SI DE LIMA…MERON LANG NA TSISMIS NA HINDI BABALIK SI GMA, PINAG DEFY NA ANG SC….SHE ALREADY MADE A JUDGMENT KAHIT HINDI PA NANGYAYARI…AT KUNG MANGYARI MAN NA HINDI BABALIK SI GMA AT TOTOO ANG TSISMIS, AT NATATAKOT SILA NA HINDI NA BUMALIK…IT IS AN ADMISSION NA INUTILE ANG ADMINISTRASYON NI PENOY NA HINDI KAYANG MAIBALIK SI GMA..IT IS A SIGN OF WEAK, IMBECILIC, IDIOTIC AND NOYNOYING LEADERSHIP…

    • False_Prophet

      Poltergiest fuhrer.. you bring to mind that Arroyo Lawyer Lackey who idolizes Hilter. Since you two are birds of the same feather, I challenge your two bit sad sacks and your friends to go challenge the Chinese incursion into Philippine territorial waters, in the vessels your Arroyo provided for the Navy, which can not get under way for they are so dilapidated, but if they do, perhaps those Romanian helicopter bought by fat Mickey will give you the necessary back up, if they don’t fall into the ocean first. Now that would be a hilarious scene. Yes, thank Gloria for her bold vision for her People, except they were not the Philippine People.

      • poltergeist_fuhrer

        still blaming gloria for that incursions???hahaha…noynoying talaga…GISING!!! si abnoy na ang presidente!!!sabihin mo yan sa kanya…

        anyways, kagaya ka ni penoy, everything kasalanan ni gma…anuman na nangyayari ngaun ay siya gma ang may kagagawan..pagtaas ng langis, blame gma, pagtaas ng kuryente, gma..pagtaas ng pamasahe, blame gma…tanga mo tsong!!!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQRHFQLTHJBHOVSJMF7RC3FNIQ nathan

      hello?? looks like your not reading news?? pekeng sakit? kailangan foreign doctors?

      • poltergeist_fuhrer

        kahit may sakit or wala or pekeng sakit…Art II sec 6 of the bill of rights of OUR constitution states the right to travel…

        FACT, wala pang kaso nuon na nakasalang sa kanya nuong pinalabas ang TRO, under investigation pa lang…HENCE, she has all the right to travel….take note, nagmadalin nuon ang DOJ and COMELEC na kasuhan na si GMA, kaya napunta sa sala ni MUPAS…and MUPAS himself in 2hours nabasa ung allegations ng DOJ at COMELEC which has 6 volumes and each volume is 1inch thick…ganyan, kabalis magbasa si MUPAS..2 HOURS…pwede na siya sa WORLD RECORD..the fastest reader of the UNIVERSE…these are facts…

      • poltergeist_fuhrer

        i mean, wala pang kaso nuon si gma nuong palabasin ung TRO…kaya nagmadali ang DOJ na sangkatan ng kaso..it began 2 days after

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HMMV3QAUKGZJZWR5RZESCLSQE4 James

    if orders of the court would be defied, where would law and order emanate?

    • RomyLitz

      Nope until the Master Thief is still breathing among the halls of justice. Someone not worthy of the robe is masquerading as such!

  • poltergeist_fuhrer

    wala ka naman alam carandang sa trabaho mong yan…u were a newscaster…taga basa ka lang ng news….magbababasa ka nalang ng news na ang gumawa ay mga news writers….hence, you have no mind to have a rank as secretary…buti pa cguro ung mga newswriter mo ang dapat naging secretary…sila ung mas magaling sayo…sila ung nag iisip…at ikaw, magbababasa ka nalang sa kanilang pinag isipan at pinag trabahuhan…

    • Hurtlocker1

      suskopooo….ang dami na pala mga TROLLS.
      perapera lang yan…basta kumikita, ayos lang…mantakin mo, ung pinamuhay mo sa pamilya mo, ggawa lang ng against statements for pnoy admin…Hah!!!
      what a pity…

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CORG5SS4JLP5L55UKFCEYKTNK4 Peter

         baka ikaw iyong TROLL, you’re probably one of the members of the palace team.  Hindi ba kayo nahihiya sa kakagawa ng blatant propaganda for your imbecile president?

      • poltergeist_fuhrer

        madam auring, ikaw ba yan???huhula ka lang mali pa….ahahaha…na hurt ka ba kasi si boss mo ang pinuntirya ko???

        huhula rin ako….isa ka sa mga call center agaents ni carandang ano???30 APPLE laptops, huh, para sa call center…and 3 shifts….the main task, to destroy corona and defend penoy….sinasayang ninyo ang pera ng taong bayan…ANG KAKAPAL NG MGA MUKAHA NINYONG MGA CALL CENTER AGENTS NI CARANDANG!!!YOU ARE BULLSHEYT!!!GO TO HE<<!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SFY4Q6R2K5YUZEXXIJO3TLG2UM Aspo resurrection

    and I DON’T BELIEVE YOU MR. C. !!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

    President Aquino does have much responsibility for the badly mismanaged Impeachment process of Corona.   He rushed the impeachment  to approval by the House in just 12 minutes,  His House Prosecution team has been so incompetent….they will probably lose this impeachment case.  He also violated a Supreme Court TRO, which is something that has not happened in 227 years of Supreme Court history in the United States.   It just would not even be considered to show such disrespect for the supreme court.  Yet right now court orders have been ignored in 3 separate cases this year.   Aquino has created an attitude of disrespect for legal processes….it maybe years before the damage is repaired.  

    • RomyLitz

      Corona deserved it and so with his Orchestra. Until he keeps on hiding his dollar accounts, the score betweem  mismanaged Impeachement Hearing by Pnoy and Corona’s Defense is still on Pnoy’s favor. What Corona and Cuevas are doing are this : prevent all TRUTH ( evidences and witnesses)  from coming out. Therefore, what kind of innocence of Corona are you talking about?? His fingers were caught inside the cookie jar and the kid says, there is no cookie jar, and no cookies either! Is this is your style of defense ? Suppression , prohibition and deletion??

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

         I think you need to wake up and see the real world around you.  Corona did not deserve impeachment….and this statement is strongly supported by the House Prosecution team dropping five (5) impeachment charges against him for lack of evidence.  The entire impeachment process looks like political harassment instigated by Aquino to keep the Hacienda and place Roxas in as his VP.  Binay responding last week with a “cannon” at Aquino and his Liberal party….indicates this analysis is correct.  In a few months Aquino will be drowning in the dirty politics and economic problems he has caused.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQRHFQLTHJBHOVSJMF7RC3FNIQ nathan

        sorry but i dont agree with you Mr.!! si Armando Doronilla ka yata eh o si Tiglao??

    • rsanr

      It’s the other way around Martin, the thief justice and the judiciary have been damaging and disrespecting the legal processes by you know what, ie, flip-flopping of cases, issuing tro’s left and right, favoring gma and her cohorts in so many issues  and a lot more….and here comes a new president of the republic who only wants impunity, graft and corruption to end for the betterment of the country and want to repair the damages inflicted by gma for the past ten years in all areas of governance  with the aid of her cohorts led by the thief justice. Please let us all give President Aquino a chance to do what is right for the country and support him for the next four years and at the end of his term if ever he commited any wrongdoing then that is the time of reckoning.

      For now let us all be positive that good things will happen to our country, God Bless the Philippines and all the good political leaders led by our President Aquino!!!!!

      • spearheads

        Wake up airhead! How did CJ Corona damaged and disrespected the legal process? The Porksecutors withdrew all charges as to alleged CJ Corona’s questionable decisions, partiality to GMA, including the Judiciary Fund issue for lack of evidence is it not? Are you blind, deaf, or simply dumb? By the way, who are the people charged and investigated for disbarment now? Are they not charged for “damaging and disrespecting the legal process?” Whose orders are they following? Zip it dude, your out of line.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

         I know what you mean…but flip-flopping on cases is common for US Supreme Courts.  Its really not grounds for impeachment.  It has happened 56 times in US HISTORY…and always after new evidence or information related to a case has come to light. 

          Aquino will get his 4-years…but sadly i believe the nation will pay the price.    I am a firm believer that if a person cannot to the job right….he should be replaced immediately by someone who can do the job right. I have serious doubts the Corona impeachment is good for the Nation…..and that Aquino himself has shown to be lacking as a leader.  Sadly we all need to live with Aquino for the four more years….but that does not mean we all have to support his policy or stand idly by when he makes mistakes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Rams/1826483848 James Rams

    listen to the yellow mobsters..  see how it will go. try going to the streets again.. kayo lang mag isa.. sa  edsa all you see is going against one or two persons.. but the whole country is being battered by no investment ( except his friends on power plants ),high prices on fuel   and low GDP! ..even his stock market doesnt give much to the poor people he has pledge to serve oath from  the bible..

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQRHFQLTHJBHOVSJMF7RC3FNIQ nathan

      plenty commenters here sounds like Rigoberto Tiglao and Armando Doronilla!!!  pwehh

  • bahaykubo1015

    Yap Martin, in two years so much damage has been done by this president who’s hallucinating in his own world……

  • gudwil2all

    si mikey nga ayaw mag-enter ng plea sa tax evasion niya
    hindi ba defying the courts yan?

    • spearheads

      Thanks for your cluelessness but if you ask any lawyer, not entering a plea is not defying the court. The court can always enter a plea of not guilty for the refusal to enter a plea.

  • cliff_castillo

    Defiance to the immmoral, unconstitutional and flip-flopping decisions by a SC subservient to the devil instead of truth and justice.  The people are just waking up to assert what is right.

    • manggoding

      Pakesplika nga ng sinabi mo.
      Lahat ata ng matataas na word kinuha mo sa dictionary. Actually, iisa lang ang meaning ng iyong mga adverbs at adjectives, pinagsama sama mo pa ang mga synonyms.

      Bakit sasabihin mo na people are just waking up to assert what is right. That is very false.
      People are waking up looking for food dahil sa gutom. Right, right, pulos kaliwa naman ang ginagawa ng gobyernong ito.
      Hindi na uso yang right right, people are animals, they wake hungry not right.

  • DamayDamayLang

    Ok… we can’t blame you (palace officials) … But if we will ask you again, “Can we blame you to other failures in the country?” :) Well, I know your answer, too. :) ..and if I could bet one of my balls, I should have three by now.. :D

  • DamayDamayLang

    Oh, I have to make myself clear… I’m not for Supreme Court… :D Nor for Pnoy…

  • False_Prophet

    As long as the Supreme Court is stacked with Arroyo appointed lackeys, there will justifiably be no trust from the People, nor credibility since their actions and poor judgements has proven that a majority of them are just a gang of corrupt over glorified lawyers who are still loyal to the criminal Arroyos. President Aquino should request the resignation of those that have shown self interest before the interest of the Nation, and try to find a genuine balance of ideas that would restore trust and credibility.

    • DamayDamayLang

      I agree with you. :) Resignation of all “Justices” actually… :)

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

      The people are too ignorant to have any opinion about the supreme Court.   99% cannot name more than 2 supreme court justices or even describe exactly what the supreme court actually does.   Most will tell you its there to support the President….which we know is not true.  And….I would rather have the resignation of President Aquino than Corona.  Aquino has shown grave self interest over the best interest of the Nation.   His intent to remove Corona to safeguard the Hacienda is sufficient grounds for impeachment.  Its a major conflict of interest for the President.    

      • False_Prophet

        Your words are peppered with falsity and spite. One should focus on ways to help build the middle class of the Philippines, the center critical mass, and not take sides of political parties and oligarchical interests. So far, President Aquino has shown signs of that progress, although not perfect, he is better than what others there are.

      • Malik62

        How can you build a Philippine middle class if the Oligarchs like the Cojuangcos and the Roxases, plus the Chinese benefactors of BS Aquino x3 are monopolizing Philippine trade and finances?

      • False_Prophet

        First step is thru transparency of policies and decisions, which President Aquino has shown. Next is to recover the stolen loot for the thieving politicians, especially Arroyo and Corona. Gradually increase the salary of teachers, policemen, hospital workers, and soldiers. Then create a Public works project that will focus of Water management, steel Bridges, schools, and hospitals which will employ multitudes. Tax the corporations who feed off the natural resources and make them plant more trees. Use oil, gas, and gold revenues wisely. Lax import and export laws to get things moving. 

      • Francis81

        Disagree ako sa yo Martin, memorize ko kaya lahat ng Supreme Court justices.  Corona, Puno, Davide,Corona, Dolphy, Corona, Panchito, Corona, De Lima, Corona, Erap, Corona, Richard Gutierrez, Corona, Manuel Quezon, Corona, Sam Milby, Corona, Andres Bonifacio, Corona, Enrile, Corona, Elpidio Quirino, Corona,  J.P. Rizal Ave, Corona, Recto, Corona, Blumentrit, Corona, Quaipo, Corona, Roxas Boulevard, Corona, Epifanio De Los Santos Ave., Corona, Monumento, Corona… Ilan nga ba sila lahat?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XYPFIGTBA5LXMX2UBLCQVG5AQE Martin

         Yes…I can copy and paste also.   But that does not mean you know anything.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W4RTNUSX3BQCWCDQAA562BFC5I Lito G

        LOL bobo ka talaga!

      • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/OS5V4SB2SIHATMLXA4L2JOWIZU aurora

         That’s a BIG lie….

      • thunderbolt01

         I agree, his objective is to be become an absolute ruler so that he can prosecute all his political enemies and do whatever he desires like stopping the distribution of the Hacienda to its rightful owners, the farmers.

      • white scorpion

        WILD guess !!!!!!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W4RTNUSX3BQCWCDQAA562BFC5I Lito G

        Stop posting here and get to work! If you have evidence then file an impeachment NOW! Otherwise STFU!

      • bigmach4

        … and you want your fake president Arroyo be installed back and your happy days will be soon again? Hehehe! Nice try puppy! 

      • white scorpion

        it is normal for any ordinary person not to have known two or more sc justices. simply because they are not interested in them. its not really important who they are. but, any ordinary citizen can judge if a person is crook. no doubt about it. don’t underestimate the common tao.

        if your prez arrovo is clean. then aquino is a saint…..

    • Malik62

      If that is your logical premises, ergo, BS Aquino x3 should be the one to resign first. FOr it is the interest of the nation to get rid of an incompetent, lying and hupocritically corrupt president.

      • False_Prophet

        Arroyo is the definition of corruption. 

      • white scorpion

        it is ARROVO…..

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQRHFQLTHJBHOVSJMF7RC3FNIQ nathan

        you are funny !!! branding the new president as corrupt compared to GMA’s corrupt 9 year records of corruption..

      • rosamistika16

        bakit kaya walang DISLIKE button sa disquss??

  • Francis81

    Palibhasa Komunista tong si Pweenoy kaya walang ginagalang na batas!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IQRHFQLTHJBHOVSJMF7RC3FNIQ nathan

      si GMA ata ang komunista dahil dikit ng dikit sa China noon?

    • AllaMo

      LMFAO!

  • Francis81

    Narinig niyo na ba ang bagong tsismis?  Mag on na raw si Carandang at Marquez ngayon at super selos daw si Lacierda!  Haaay…. wait na lang kayo when Pweenoy finds out about this… ewan ko lang kung anong gagawin niya…

    • virgo57

      sir, siguro movie columnist ka specializing in tsismis o taga beauty parlor!

  • thunderbolt01

    kahit ilang libo ninyong itanggi ang mga pinag gagawa ninyo, yan ang katotohanan. Tutoo lahat ang mga sinabi ni Midas Marquez. 

    • bigmach4

       Hehehe! totoo yan. Abangan mo tatamaan na ng kidflat ang amo mong si Coronangbaboy!

  • white scorpion

    if the wave of court defiance in aquino administration is a reality. well, hindi lang sa admin yan. even the undesirable vises din. try ask the sheriff specially in bacoor. just to serve a summons will cost you P5,000. while performing a demolition order will cost you P10,000 ea. while it is their duty to….. why is it our justice system like that. it goes with the saying “KAYO LANG BA!! KAYO LANG BA MARUNONG”. hindi lang ngayon sira ang justice system natin. noon pa, sirang-sira pa. its so happen na determine si aquino bawasan, kung hindi sugpuin ang corruption. maidas!! if you don’t know these things. i think you should come out from your LUNGGA. pasarap ka lang sa aircon, while your mahihirap na kababayan is being step on. kung ayaw mong maniwala. mag-audit ka HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE JUST TO HAVE ONE HEARING.

    • tarikan

      Alam yan ni Ms. Midas, nagtatanga-tangahan laang. Kada court from Municipal court, RTC, Court of Appeals to SC ay may kanya-kanyang kalakaran yan. Ano pat’ merung mga kaso na nagagapang, merung kaso na flip-flopping…final na nabaliktad pa. Papano maganda ang hain ng presyo. Yung tungkol sa sheriff…pag-serve ng demolition order eh P10,000 lang aba mura yan. Actually depende yan sa laki ng lugar for demolition. Kung ang property is worth in multi-million pesos aba eh million din ang summons. Kasi hindi lang sila sheriff and makiki-divide anjan sila judge, local police (for protection), barangay capt. pati nga mga kagawad at tanod pang-inom lamang. Ayan ang malinaw na kalakaran ng justice system ng PH, alam ng mga asso. justices yan kasama na si CJ at Atty. Ms. Marquez. 

      • white scorpion

        actually 400 sq.m lang max. pero kung lahat may perang panggastos, ave of several hundreds lot yan. worth a fortune rin…

  • Gurruod

    Supreme Court is the highest court of the land. No other else. Carandang must understand that. If she does not like the decisions made by the SC, she can question it at the SC.

    • AllaMo

      LMFAO!

  • manggoding

    Palace to Supreme Court: Don’t blame us for low rating says Carandang….

    Mr. Carandang you are not in ABS CBN ANC anymore.
    You are not in television war, you are a spokesman for the President.
    This is not rating war between ABS vs GMA to talk of low rating.

    SC does not care of low rating, they do their jobs of applying and interpreting the law whether the public approves or not.
    Because that is the law. It might not be popular and unacceptable but that is the law.

    Who cares of low ratings…judges and justices work silently and don’t want publicity.
    They are not in movie or television.
    They are not to be judged on their looks, appearance or acting, they are judges and they judge based on their intelligence and wisdom.

    • AllaMo

      You are mistaken, manggoding. It is midas marquez, supposed sc spokesman, itself, that lamented the sc’s low public trust rating. And, attributed its low rating to Pres. Aquino’s “relentless battering”. See how midas still equates corona to being the supreme court. Stil, what nerve. Still, what gall.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KNCRPDU3VZZ3HAOL53SO3UZ3NU Juan

    Based on experience, the decision of the SC is base on consideration. What is the consideration, well it depends on what they believed. The lowly rating of the SC is the making of itself. I for one don’t trust the SC. . That’s the result of the Institution who had no honor, integrity and honesty. . So help them God. . 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WIWYLFLU4LPKS7B2ZLLRVFKS3Y vir_a

    They should be blamed for their black propaganda and using the media to poison the minds of the masses.

  • yatot

    Supreme Court doesn’t need popularity ratings.

    They don’t also need your loud mouth.

    SC is the highest court of the land! Whether you like it or not!

    • AllaMo

      LMFAO!



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