Aquino opens 3rd Sona with attack on past administration

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MANILA, Philippines –   President Benigno Aquino III once again attacked the previous administration in his opening speech for his third State of the Nation Address Monday afternoon.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L7PILUDK6IPFGJLJNCM2IROCRY Albin

    wala. ganun din ang style. palakpakan naman ang mga sipsip.

  • IsipMuna

    i tot “State of the Nation” ang topic.. kelangan talaga may halong pag atake sa kapalpakan ng iba

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OSPLKSPHZHKEVAMNJQQV4GDGAQ ely

    Blame Culture at its BEST…

    lame EXCUSES of the great pretender…

    nakakasuka ugali mo….

  • http://www.yahoo.com JOSE RIZAL

    I told you already…and he cannot live all his medicore presidential life without saying, “I’m prettier than Gloria…”  Hahahaha!  Bring it on!

  • AbdullahZahir

    will he ever get tired of it? 

    kung ang point nya lang ay i-overstate ang kanyang platform, then nakakapagod nang makinig. kung ako sa kanya, magtrabaho na lang sya ng magtrabaho at gawin nya ang kung ano sa palagay nya ay tama at sa bunga ng kanyang mga ginawa natin sya huhusgahan. 
     

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B5HXITWGDUTJF2JPFTXRIOY7NQ Danyale

      nope..! he won’t get tired of attacking the past, well, that’s the very least he can do, you see,  when he started from congress he does not have a major bill passed, then came the presidency, napilitan siyang mamuno dahil sa clamor ng majority….and alas, he admitted from his previous engagements na ang kanyang administrasyon ay…”on-the-job training”…was that the kind of words he can utter to his people??…however, majority are not tired of waiting His major actions for the nation, that is why the majority has put  their trust on him and installed him to lead the nation…..God Bless the Philippines.

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

    Let go Teh.
    Hindi maganda para sa beauty mo ang stress.
    Ikaw din, baka lalong mababwasan ang kakarampot na buhok mo.
     

  • marionics

    that’s the story? what are the details?

  • bogusman

    Pnoy excels on this “blame me” crusade. Whatever fruits Ph is harvesting today, it is because trees that were planted several years ago proved to be robust, resilient and correct. Before GMA stepped down from her post, most foreign analysts noted the reformed fiscal health of the country. They added, ” you can put anyone to lead the government Ph will not go sick again.

  • $23257130

    hindi maka move on ang lolah mo? aba nakakulong na si madam glori. ppppppwweeehhh

  • mekeni62

    as expected.

  • JJF724

    Mga trolls… bunyag na kayo…  you’ll never bring this nation down!  Thank God for PNOY and all who follow the right path.  Mabuhay ang Pilipinas

  • mherr

    One of the defining moments during Pnoy’s 3rd SONA was when he said, he will go after those corrupt in the government, even if behind these corrupt officials, is a stronghold of Padrino protections. Then, he said, isama din nya ang mga padrino sa kaso…
    Si Erap, napatunganga..

  • Cal_Reznick

    Of course, he did. That’s his go to move.

    But what’s ironic is members of his Administration are corrupt too but he doesn’t go after them, so clearly he’s bias himself. You lose the credibility of the fight against corruption if you overlook those corrupt around you. Now its no longer a fight for the nation but a personal vendetta that you seek against a political enemy…in this case the former President.

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