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Enrile wants to hear Aquino’s plan on job creation

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Senate President Juan Ponce-Enrile . JUNNY ROY/SENATE POOL

Senate President Juan Ponce-Enrile . JUNNY ROY/SENATE POOL

MANILA, Philippines — Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile has arrived at the Batasan Pambansa for President Benigno Aquino III’s third State of the Nation Address.

When asked what he expects in Aquino’s SONA and remaining four years as President, he said that aside from telling the people about  his administration’s achievements and what programs will be prioritized after his second year in office, he wants to hear more on “jobs.”


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  • patriotic_act

    its really in general when you say “jobs” the problem is..

    “how many poor people are willing to take those meanial jobs?” — we all know poor people are those who are usually “mapili” sa trabaho, and even if PNoy was able to make international companies outsource their warehouses and factories here to create jobs for many “uneducated”, “undergraduates” and “bystanders” it will just be a matter of time before those very people will take the factory/warehouse businesses down with their “strikes”, “unions” and “demonstrations”.. that is the real face of the common poor filipino.

    so many jobs around the metro.. pero ayaw ng mahihirap.. why? kasi “mababa daw ang sweldo” tapos “anghirap pa ng trabaho”.. eh ganun talaga eh, di ka nag aral or nagsumikap man lang sa buhay mo eh.. sisihin mo mga magulang mo bakit andami nyong magkakapatid tapos di kayo pinag aral.. why not kunin mo yung mababang sahod at mahirap na trabaho at “magtiis ka?” tapos pag aralin mo sarili mo hanggang makatapos ka?.. tsaka ka ngayon magreklamo ng mababang sweldo at mahirap na trabaho pag may diploma ka na..

    Problema sa mahihirap tamad eh, gusto madali agad, tamad na nga mga magulang nila tamad din sila.. kaya galit sila sa mga asensadong tao at mga korporasyon.. dahil di sila umaasenso sa mga asensadong tao ang paningin nila.. gusto nila hilahin yung mga nagsumikap umasenso pababa.. para maging “common” din sila like them.. yan ang “komunista”.. usually ng mga komunista kasi mahihirap na tamad, “naghahanap sila ng dahilan at masisisi sa kinasadlakan ng buhay nila”.. at para di magmukhang tanga.. parati nila ige-generalize ang problema..

    pero yun lang ang dahilan dyan, clear as day.. Leftist, Activist, Militant, Rallyist and Communist share the same trait..

    lahat sila tamad, walang pinag aralan, maraming kapatid at mga anak pero walang maipakain, ayaw ng mababang sweldo at mahirap na trabaho.. at gusto “boss agad”. (ayaw naman mag aral)

  • Cal_Reznick

    The plan for job creation is to keep the former President in jail. The plan for feeding the poor is to keep the former President in jail. The plan to improve the economy is to keep the former President in jail. The plain to protect our environment is to keep the former President in jail.

    Its getting boring and pointless just typing it.

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

    Anong “Jobs” na kalokohan iyan?
    Nakulong na si Ate Glo at natanggal na si Corona.
    Boundary na.
    Dapat kuntento na kayo doon.



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