Aquino just can’t let Arroyo go

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Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo: Still on Aquino’s mind. AP FILE PHOTO

CATANAUAN, Quezon—President Aquino once again resurrected the phantom of bad governance and widespread corruption in former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s administration while trumpeting his own’s achievements, at the high-noon campaign sortie of Team PNoy’s senatorial candidates here on Monday.

Speaking in Filipino, Aquino described the life of the Filipino in the nine years under the previous administration as one of “desperation and hopelessness.”

“Ang masakit pa nito, habang umaasa tayo sa mga proyekto sa kanila, ang isinasalubong sa atin ay kaliwa’t kanang anomalya. (What was worse was that while we pinned our hopes on them, we were greeted with anomalies one after the other),” he added.

Shortcomings

The President also cited the lack of classrooms, the prevalent red tape, the absence of electricity in the countryside, the lack of roads and bridges, and the dearth of government assistance for the agricultural sector among the many shortcomings of the past administration.

Without naming names, Aquino took potshots at the political clan that has ruled Quezon province’s third district for the past two decades, apparently referring to the family of House minority leader Danilo Suarez, incumbent representative from the Bondoc Peninsula.

“Kailan ho ba magbabago dito? (When will this change?),” he asked the crowd at Catanauan, which is located 258 kilometers south of Manila.

With the Alcalas

The President arrived here in the company of Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala and the latter’s son Rep. Irvin Alcala, who is running for governor against Gov. David Suarez (NUP), the son of the House minority leader.

Aquino’s party was welcomed by Vice Gov. Vicente Alcala, Proceso’s elder brother who is running for representative to replace his nephew Irvin; Sam Nantes, the LP candidate for vice governor and scion of the late Quezon Gov. Rafael Nantes; and environmentalist lawyer Sheila de Leon, who will contest the candidacy of former Rep. Aleta Suarez.

Also present were Team PNoy’s campaign manager Sen. Franklin Drilon and senatorial candidates Senators Loren Legarda and Antonio Trillanes III, Grace Poe, Ramon Magsaysay Jr., Risa Hontiveros, former senator Jamby Madrigal and Rep. Edgardo Angara.

Family proxies

 

Sen. Koko Pimentel was represented by his mother Bing, while Bam Aquino was represented by his wife, Timi.

Aquino’s speech was interrupted by a short bout of hard coughing, after which he told the crowd:  “Sana po ang nakaalala sa akin ay kakampi at hindi kalaban. (I hope the one thinking of me is a friend and not a foe.)”

The crowd, most of them in yellow shirts, burst into laughter, although an old man in the crowd was overheard saying: “Tumigil ka na kasi ng paninigarilyo (You should quit smoking).”

In his speech, Aquino cited the accomplishments of his nearly three-year-old administration, and promised to support the province’s coconut industry by fully exploring the business potential of “coco water,” now a popular health drink in the United States.

Before going to Catanauan, Aquino visited the Peter Paul Philippine Corp. (PPPC) in Candelaria town, one of the biggest manufacturers of desiccated coconut and coconut-based products, including coco water in tetra packs for export.

Local pols warned

 

The President then proceeded to Gumaca town, where he warned local politicians against threatening to disenfranchise beneficiaries of the government’s conditional cash transfer (CCT) program.

“If there are politicians warning you of disenfranchisement from the Pantawid Pamilya Program if you (don’t)  vote for them, I’d be the first to tell you [I will not allow it],” Aquino told the crowd at the Gumaca Elementary School that included former Sen. Wigberto Tañada and his, wife Zeny.

These politicians would face removal from public office, or risk being unseated during the elections, he added.—With a report from TJ Burgonio

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  • richard ortega

    yan ang totoo kaya dapat lang malaman ng tao, kung hindi garapal ang arroyo family di sana grabe ang hirap ng bayan. sa di pagnanakaw ng bagong presidente ay isang magandang bagay na para sa atin. mabuhay ang LP…. 

    • beerhunters

      And what do you prefer, a smooth operator? One who can make the act without a crease, a hitch or scandal?!

    • 33Sambuang2

      kasing tong mga rah rah boys ni kupal gloria, magnanakaw din. kaya gusto nila ang presidenteng magnanakaw. mga bopol, ugok, gunggong

      • leomar101

         Bakit galit na galit ka? ikaw ba ang attack dog ng boang na yan? at binabayaran ni carandang with epol and bery pa. bwahahaha.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMRXSOYS6ZCDDW43HZ4Z2XKVMQ BrAX82

        retarded si Noynoy, meaning retarded ka rin.

      • boy_kurimaw

        Cge ibalik ang pamilyang magnanakaw para lubusan na tayong lumubog sa utang HAHAHA.

    • boy_kurimaw

      well said… duon sa mga hindi makapag hintay ng pag unlad ng pinas. mag abroad muna kayo at magsumikap mga bugok at kampong ng mandarambong HAHAHA

  • pinoyako888

    …when you are trying to convince a person you to tell him what you could offer and what has been offered in the past..and to further simplify, i won’t buy a new product if I’m already satisfied with what I’m using…basic marketing approach/strategy 

  • TuwadNaDaan

    Ang yabang ni Abnoy…..!!! Presidenteng walang alam, bobo, walang nagawa, utak laman tubig….!!!

    • 33Sambuang2

      ikaw anong laman ng utak mo? di ba ebak? ugok

    • richard ortega

       EPAL paano mo nasabi na walang alam. ikaw na talunan o magnanakaw magbago ka ng hanapbuhay.

      • maypakialamtayo

        nasa inquirer kahapon yung bata ni biazon na nahuli sa entrapment na nagingikil ng 40K sa licensed broker, hayun nahuli ng NBI pero ang kkk na biazon umaangal bakit daw walang kooperasyon sa pis nya bago ginawa ang entrapment.  yan ang TUWID NA DAAN.

  • beerhunters

    Goes to show that Pnoy has a fetish for the vertically challenged
    GMA! ha ha ha ha.. has a deep psychological attraction for the “unano”!

    • leomar101

       Hindi lang psychological attraction kay former President. kung  di talagang may sira ang utak niya. It was late  Fr. Bulatao of Ateneo who confirmed this. He is mentally disabled. Kaya hayan tingnan mo ang na accomplish niya sa congress at senado for 12 years WALA. Ngayong naging  presidente siya, sa lahat ng mga crisis ay nawawala siya at walang ginawa. Ang alam lang niyang gawin ay  tirahin si Arroyo. which means hanggang doon lang ang kaya ng utak niya. Naging presidente lang yan dahil sa sympathy ng mga botante kay cory  na isa pang walang nagawa. Beyond that ay mas masahol pa siya sa isang may down syndrome na tao. Kaya mongol siya  na presidente. Todo ang mga  sufferings ng mga Filipino sa Sabah, heto siya  nakipag-away sa isang taong nakaratay sa karamdaman. Normal ba yan? HINDI. He could not even identify ano ang pressing needs that required his attention as a president. ang alam lang niya magdakdak at  tuwang tuwa na siya kapag pinalakpakan. clap, clap clap. bwahahaha.

      • 33Sambuang2

        ikaw yata ang me deperensya sa pagiisip hayup kang kupal ka. tapang mo di ba di punta ka sa sabah. damayan mo ang mga estupidong galamay ni kirat. tado ka duwag., utak ebak kasi walang laman yang utak mo kundi ebak.  kampi ka sa magnanakaw ugok

      • leomar101

        Totoo naman na may sira ang utak ng idol mo. It was pinky lacson who made a spin na  fake daw ang Bulatao report. Kaya hayun na neutralized ang isyu na yon before election. But Ateneo did not withdraw nur concede na fake ang report ni Fr. Bulatao. Ikaw ang sira din ang utak dahil nagalit ka sa totoong report na sira ang utak ng presidenteng iyan. O tingnan mo bale wala sa kanya ang mga crisis na dumating sa kanyang administrasyon. Detached siya sa reality. Gusto mongmalaman kung sino ang nasa isip at nasa puso niya? si former President Arroyo lang. bwahahaha. Boang yan pre, kaya hayan nakatawa siya after  few hours ng Luneta massacre. Di ba nakita mo ang mukha niya noong na may ngiting aso pa. hahaha. Ako hindi pa boang dahil may nagawa ako sa buhay ko. Siya walang nagawa ng 12 taon sa congress at senado na humihigop ng taxpayers money.

      • maypakialamtayo

        leomar, wag mong asahan na magre-reply yang ni-replyan mo, utak basagulero yan na hindi tinuruan ng magulang, tingnan mo kung mag-comment asal kalye, sigurado ako kung ano ang mga sinasabi nya yan din ang pag-mumukha niya, hindi gawain ng matinong tao ang ganyang klaseng mga salita.

      • beerhunters

        Exactly! The guy spews street corner parlance!

      • leomar101

         Okey lang pre, talagang minsan kailangan batukan ng mga salita para matauhan. alam ko boang din yan. Hindi nga maka pag argue  kahit isang isyu. hahaha.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMRXSOYS6ZCDDW43HZ4Z2XKVMQ BrAX82

        Hayaan na si Alfredinsik, bata lng na uhugin yan na nagipon para makapag internet. Lang ginawa kundi manuod ng showtime at hobby ngumanga. Kung hilig nya talaga mag pauto then let him be, tulungan nlng natin sya pag inabandona nansya ng presidente nyang uhugin din.

      • leomar101

         magnanakaw rin ang kinakampihan mo. Mas masahol pa nga kay Gloria. hahaha.

  • go88

    What’s abnoys accomplishments? Uhm that’s a hard question.
    Thinking about it …I remember one lately, the issuance of the environmental compliance certificate to operate for cojuangco owned  saggitarius mines in South Cotabato …  $5.9 Billion project.

    • boy_kurimaw

      sa tingin mo wala? wala ka kasing silbi at utak kaya hindi mo alam kung paano tumatakbo at umuusad ang ekonomiya ng pinas… mag antay antay kapa ng ilang taon kasi masyado malaki ang ninakaw ng pamilya arrovo sa kaban ng bayan wahaha

  • boybakal

    Akala mo kung sinong pagkagaling galing nitong si Pnoy.
    Hanggang ngayon wala pang nagagawa. Lahat ng projekto, plano
    Ngayon, katakot takot na problema, maraming nagugutom at maraming walang bahay kasama pa ang sunod sunod na trahedya ng bagyo.

    The best years of the country was during GMA’s nine years in office.
    Ang daming naipagawa, maginhawa ang buhay ng Pilipino.

    Magtigil ka na Pnoy….guni guni mo na lang si Arroyo. Yan lagi ang laman ng isip gayong napakaraming problema ng bansa.
    Yan korapyon ng iyong administrasyon ang asikasuhin mo….di mo lang nakikita, ang nakikita mo nakaraan at wala naman.

    • 33Sambuang2

      ANO KA HILO? KUPAL KA TALAGA. HANGGANG NGAYON DILA KA PA RIN SA PWET NI GMA. GUNGGONG

      • boybakal

         Ano ka HILO….KUPAL at TAMOD KA. Hanggang ngayon Supsup Buto ka pa rin ni Pnoy….GUNGGONG!!!!!!

    • 33Sambuang2

      PAGKATAPOS NINA
      KAW NG AMO MONG PANDAK ANG KABAN NG BAYAN MANINIRA KA LANG SA BAGONG PAMAMARAAN NG GOBYERNO? ISA KANG UGOK . NASA KULUNGAN NA SA VETERANS ANG IDOLO MONG MAGNANAKAW. ASAWA AT ANAK PAREHONG MAGNANAKAW.

      • boybakal

         Ikaw NUNO ka rin ng Magnanakaw. Lahi ka rin ng MAGNANAKAW….Kaya galit ka sa MAGNANAKAW…..MAGNANAKAW ka rin DEMONYO KA. ISA KANG UGOK NA BULOK.!!!!!!

    • ernievictory

      Gloria , ikaw ba ‘yan ? Kumusta ang leeg mo , hindot ka ?

      • boybakal

         Hindot ka rin….kung sino ka man Hindot ka.

      • Ramon San Ramon

        ikaw si mikey bulilit, ikaw na ikaw na nga at mambabakal ka pa ngayon at ba-boy pa  ang nick name mo dahil baboy ang asal mo!

    • richard ortega

       EPAL kaya nga maraming nagugutom dahil sa mga pinagnanakaw ng arroyo family at mga galamay na katulad mo tulad ng thief justice mga magnanakaw at talunan sa pulitika.

  • Carlos_Iho

    Di pa rin yata maka get over si BS Aquino sa mga issue sa mga Arroyo.  “kaliwa’t kanang anomalya”  mukhang napakasigurado ni BS Aquino.  Nasaan ang mga kaso?  Sa tatlong taon nya sa pwesto puro malabnaw lang na kaso ang naipasok sa husgado.  Wala pang linaw kung may mangyari sa mga ‘to.  

    Puro daldal, wala namang nagawa, kayabangan lang.  Kumbinasyon talaga ng mga magulang nya.

    • 33Sambuang2

      pati patay dinadamay mo pang kupal ka. hayup ka, kala mo di nagnakaw ang idol mong si arroyo. kung di dahil ke ninoy, pahihirapan pa rin tayo ng rehimeng marcos. sigurado ako nong 1986 kung pinanganak ka na ngang kupal ka, di ka pumunta sa edsa bopol ka. ngayon pati si arroyo na alam mo ng magnanakaw, bow and bow ka pa rin sa kanya. duwag

      • speaksoftlylove

         Heto bimpo. punasan mo na yang uhog mo at lumulubo na na sa kunsumisyon.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMRXSOYS6ZCDDW43HZ4Z2XKVMQ BrAX82

        Sana na convict si Arroyo sa kahit isa lng sa mga gawa gawang kaso ng pangulo mo noh? La kasi kayong ebidensya. By the way, ba’t di nalang kayo mag vigil sa harap ng TV Cory Aquino style para mas marami pa kayong ma-uto. Sensya na, tumatalino na kse mga tao eh. Ayaw na ng retarded na presidente.

      • boy_kurimaw

        Bakit hindi ikaw ang mag vigil para makauwi na si PANDAK na MANGUNGURAKOT HAHAHA

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/76BWHYY7PLUF7IBURVVQARNYJQ Carlito

        ulol…mga tanga lng na katulad mo ang nauuto ng abnoy…ang tapang mong magsulat na di ka nakikita…tiklop din yags mo kung may kaharap ka na

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RWPOD4ER5LJPDQU3N32NAC74X4 johnnie r

    Unequal distribution of wealth in which the OLIGARCHY in the PHL controls 76% of the total wealth(the highest in Asia) compared to Thailand(34%), Malaysia(6%) and Japan(3%) is another accomplishment.

  • Palku Kha

    ano bang accomplishments ang pinagyayabang mo! nang-uuto ka na naman…hanggang ngayon walang nagbago sa pamumuhay ng taong bayan.lalong dumami ang mahihirap! mahal ang mga bilihin.ang lakas ng loob mo mag sabi sa mga nagawa mo! salita! puro ka salita! kulang sa gawa!!!

    • ernievictory

      hoi, magsikap ka para umasenyo ang buhay mo. Huwag yung inaasa mo lahat sa gobyerno .bweseeeet….

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

        Ang standard na sagot ng mga maka PNOY:

        Wag mong iasa lahat sa gobyerno
        Pagaaralan pa yan
        Hindi si PNOY ang may desisyon nyan
        Magtrabaho ka,tamad
        Doon ka na lang sa corrupt na si Pandak
        Sino gusto mo yung corrupt

        Sagot naman ng mga di maka PNOY;

        Pwe
        Ewwwwww
        Kadirrrriiiiii

      • Palku Kha

        hoy! ikaw ang mag sikap! seaman ako,opisyal pa..ikaw at mga tamad lang ang umubos sa pera naming mga OFW, kagaya mo mag hintay lang sa katapusan para kukunin ang pera mo sa CCT! FYI,dito ako ngayon sa Bremerhaven,Germany.ikaw mabubulok ka lang dyan sa Pilipinas!!!

  • go88

    Bros follow the cojuangco name and you will find MANY of abnoy’s ‘accomplishments’ … 

  • http://www.yellowmythbusters.gov.ph/ Weder-Weder Lang

    Hinay-hinay lang PNoy, mabalis bumalik ang karma. Last time sa Australia nilait-lait mo ang mga may kapansanan, pagkatapos nata-e ka sa pantalon kaharap pa ang PM ng Australia. PNoy and his big mouth again.

    • 33Sambuang2

      wala ka ng ginawa kundi siraan ang mga taong nag paayos ng bansa natin. ugok ka pala ninakaw ni gloriang pandak ang lahat ng pondo ng bayan. nakahiga sa pera kasama ang mga pamilyang magnanakaw din. estupidong gunggong

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

        Madaling sabihin na ninakaw lahat ni Arroyo ang pera ng bayan. Pwede ko ring sabihin na ninakaw lahat ni Noynoy ang bilyones ng bayan. NINAKAW NINA NOYNOY ANG PERA NG BAYAN! Madaling sabihin mahirap patunayan. Kung sina Marcos nga sa dami ng bintang nakulong ba? Madaling magbintang ang mahirap ay paano mapatunayan. Ilang kaso na ni Arroyo ang dismissed. Sabi di na kailangan ang ebidensya dahil kita naman na yumaman. KUNG YUNG IBANG SENADOR NGA DALAWA O TATLO bahay sa US may mansyon may mga bahay pa sa Pilipinas senador pa lang. Anak ng dating Presidente si GMA, naging senador si GMA, naging Presidente din sya, natural may pera yan.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMRXSOYS6ZCDDW43HZ4Z2XKVMQ BrAX82

        Haha ang talino mo naman para gamitin ung word na “siraan”. Nabasa mo ba kung nasa anong topic ka? Hey, kung hobby niyo ng magpa-uto sa mga retarded eh wag nyo na kami damay. Mahal namin ang Pilipinas at ndi kmi magpapasakop sa dayuhan at lalo na sa Malaysia. Grabe, di mo alam kung kelan last gumamit ng utak ung iba dito.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

        Halos karamihan ng pulitiko ay nakahiga sa pera. Yung ibang senador nga , senador pa lang, dalawa o tatlo bahay sa US may bahay at mansyon sa Pilipinas. May mga beach house pa . Si Arroyo ay anak ng dating Presidente, dati ring senador si Arroyo, congresswoman din sya.yung simpleng senador lang eh mga multi millionaire na rin. kung kakasuhan mo ang mga pulitikong nakahiga sa pera walang matitira dahil puro sila nagpapagulong gulong sa pera.

  • Maldi2

    Ano nga ba ang pinagyayabang na accomplishment mo Abnoy?  Ang palakihin ang utang ng Pinas? Ang ibandera na gumaganda ang ekonomiya, yet walang trabaho at patuloy na tumataas na unemployment?  Okininam!

    • ernievictory

      okininam ka rin .may kasama pang dikyam……

    • richard ortega

       gaga di sya nagyayabang pinapaalala lang hya ang mga pagnanakaw ng arroyo family and friends.

      • Maldi2

        Hoy booba, sa dami ng kasong pagnanakaw na isinampa, wla pa ni isang napapatunyan na kasangkot si GMA.  Ang kasalanan lang ni GMA ay nangyayari ang mga ito sa kanyang liderato, which is also still happening now.  Ang isang bata ni Simeon nakasibat na, after mag smuggle ng ilang daang toneladang mga bigas!

    • superpilipinas

      pag walang transparency, talagang kaunti lang ang nakikinabang sa tinatawag nilang asenso. sila-sila rin bumubulsa ng pera. 

      tignan mo nga yung mga opisyal na nilagay ni Aquino sa PCSO, PAGCOR, at iba pa…, 

      bawat meeting libo-libo and binabaon eh pera ng taumbayan yun. 

      samantala libo-libong napapabayaang namamatay, nagugutom, at nahihirapan sa Mindanao.

      kung hindi pa sila nasilip ng CoA eh hindi pa magsasabi ng totoo at ibabalik ang pera. eh paano na yung hindi tungkol sa pera na hindi sakop ng CoA, tulad ng mga appointment ng mga bobo na opisyal at iba pa….

      kaya nga yung kaibigan niyang si Rico na muntik na rin makakuha ng daang milyon na kumisyon sa pagbili ng PNP ng mga baril…..baka dahilan pa ng pagkamatay ni Sir Jesse, hindi natin malalaman.

  • superpilipinas

    No to Team PNoy!

    Kung talagang ayaw niya sa corruption, eh bakit hindi niya binigyan ng priority ang FOI at anti-Jueteng.

    Walang government transparency hanggang ngayon. Magulo pa rin at maraming pulis na protector ng Jueteng.

    Takot siya na talikuran ng mga corrupt na supporter niya sa kongreso na ayaw sa FOI.

    Takot siya na talikuran ang mga gubernador at mayor na kumikita sa Jueteng.

    • bahaykubo1015

      Malaking gungong siya kasi kaya wala ng ibang masabi. PABALIK–BALIK NA LANG KAY GMA!!!

  • Vertumnus

    In the nine years that GMA was president, was there ever a time when Aquino stood up and challenge the policies of the president? Did he ever file any graft and corruption charges on any of the corrupt official under GMA administration?  Hindsight is 20-20 and this single minded focus to get at GMA is detrimental to the functioning of his administration.  This obsessive-compulsive disorder will not get at the thousand of corrupt politicians and government employees currently pillaging Philippine government.  Bureau of Immigration and Customs alone are riddled with corrupt officials. It seems election priorities is more important that the dire needs of the country.
    If removing corruption is going to be the legacy of his administration, he better get every single corrupt officials so it doesn’t appear as if he singled out GMA for special prosecutorial attention.

    • leomar101

       Paano siya cocontra kay Arroyo noon? na nakinabang siya with the  highway being built cutting through Hacienda Luisita. Nagsimula lang ang fall out nila noong nagdecide si Arroyo na ibigay ang HL sa mga farmers.It’s all chicken dungs pre with his anti corruption mantra. Lahat mismo mga allies niya ay mga corrupt din at pati siya ay kurap din. Look at all his presidential fund,presidential intel fund, presidential social fund etc. All at his dispossal which is not being audited by COA. hahaha.

  • fuckdelimaandcongress

    umandar na naman.. punching bag talaga so gloria ni noynoying.. ang laki ng buaya ng ka team nya.. ….

  • FORTHE GOOD

    I for one can not let this corrupt lady go.

    She should answer for all her sins to the nation. Her case should give the signal to all corrupt government officials that the corrupt will be punished.

  • boybakal

    If the country is beset with so many problems….the only solution is Gloria.
    This is what this administration is good all about….pointing fingers.

  • Hey_Dudes

    I recall during the NAIA attempt to flee the country fiasco, many supporters of this crook Gloria claimed she will die if she is not allowed to seek medical treatment abroad?  Awa naman ng Dios, mula noon hangang sa ngayon buhay pa rin itong mekeni queen na ‘to.  Perhaps even Mr. Luchi Pher isn’t about to accept the likes of her.  Since she is not going upstaris for sure with the order of Mr. St. Peter, the only place she is welcome is Veterans.

    • Joh Ker

       ahihihi.. of course your demon king in malacanang not letting gloria to go fly by.. wala nang masisisi yung abnormal nyong pangulo… :D

  • LegalJustice

    She need to be put behind bar and prosecuted – it will be a travesty if she did not pay what she did the gov’t should track-down her amassed wealth for sure there is.

    If she is  not prosecuted that will give a wrong signal that its okay to be corrupt in the Philippines.

    And corruption will continue forever and ever.

    Not only President Aquino cannot let go and that includes the whole filipino people.

  • adriel0104

    me as a citizen and a tax payer shared the burden with the Filipino people during the calamitous governance of arroyo.Can I just let it go?Delfin mallari you’re an idiot!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ULJS34FQ24PGB7HI5OO4QOJ65A Spy to

    This orphan boy goes berserk again!!!
    im glad all these people watching him are enjoying the way he is making himself super duper jerk!!!!lol

  • Joh Ker

    Tipikal NOYTARDS fans.

    1. Kasalanan ni Gloria, Corona, Kiram, aso, pusa, daga, Bagyo, Baha at ni God….
    2. Ano nagawa nyo sa bayan.
    3. Kayo nalang mag presidenti
    4. Pag-aaralan pa lang yan.
    5. Purihin ang dakilang anito sa pasig river… :D

  • Joh Ker

    Biggest Accomplishment ni Abnoy…

    “NGANGA”

    ahihihi… :D

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/IS6KI2U7EDZS6D2Q7MZ3Z6CAME Lila

    why not? arroyo is more corrupt and abusive than marcos

    • beerhunters

      cases dismissed!

  • XY ZEE

    Tatlong taon nang nakaraan, si gloria pa rin?
    Sana’y di ka na lang nag-Presidente para nasa lugar kang pumuna.
    Gago’t kalahati ang puro nalang nakaraan pero inutil naman sa kasalukuyan.

  • Ramon San Ramon

    Among the yellow shirt supporters someone yelled that that PNoy should stop smoking, which coming from his heart he cares for Pnoy, lahat naman tayo ay nag-care kay PNoy dahil sa huwaran siyang public servant as the President of our beloved country at 100% siyang incorruptible,

    Sa 2016 sana mag kamilagro na siya pa rin ang Presidente natin at nang tuluyan nang gumanda ang ating bayan.

    GOD BLESS OUR BELOVED COUNTRY, THE PHILIPPINES!!!!!!!!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMRXSOYS6ZCDDW43HZ4Z2XKVMQ BrAX82

      I think the Aquinos want noynoy dead ulit sa 2016 para Aquino nanaman papalit.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Mas maraming nagawa si Arroyo at Marcos kesa kay Cory. Maraming nagawa si Arroyo kesa ke PINOY. Kung di ipinagawa ni Marcos ang.NLEX AT SLEX may magnegosyo kaya sa North and South. Dahil dyan sa daang yan malaya ang daloy ng trapiko.

  • EhFilipino

    Talagang may deperensya sa utak si Abnoy na Panot. Ang daming namamatay na kababayan sa Sabah eh si Arroyo pa rin ang nasa utak. Yan ang accomplishment nya – maraming namamatay kapag may krisis. Mula sa Luneta hostage crisi, sa mga bagyong dinanas, sa Atimonan at ngayon sa Sabah. Kawawa ang Pinas at mamayang Filipino!

  • boybakal

    Ang problema ng America inaayos ni Obama. Ni wala kang narinig na sinisi kay Bush.
    Dahil yan ang trademark ni Obama..Presidentiable.
    Ang problema ng Pilipinas di inaayos ni Pnoy. Wala kang maririnig lahat sisi kay Gloria.
    Dahil yan ang trademark ni Pnoy….UnPresidentiable.

    • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/WC5IJSKXTZLNM3AV3VGPMM4O7Y ero

      simply because u cant understand English hahaha don’t you know Obama saying some of his speech blaming the previous administration? Did pnoy name GMA? no he is was saying the same as Obama did. Gets mo? 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Bakit noong pupunta ng America si Arroyoay sobra ang takot ni PNOY and his gang? kasi baka malaman sa ibang bansa ang tunay na kalagayan ng politika sa Pilipinas. Pulitika ni pinaaandar ng iilang personalidad. Politika na kontrolado ng mga Oligarch. Mga sabwatan para patalsikin ang mga kalaban. Ano ang ikatatakot kung pupunta sa America si Arroyo e me extradition treaty tayo sa US. Pwedeng hilingin na ibalik sa Pilipinas si Arroyo kung ayaw umuwi at harapin ang kaso. Pero katal ang katawan ni.PNOY sa takot na masabi ni Arroyo sa ibang bansa ang tooo. Nagnakaw daw si Arroyo? Bakit si Ramos may mga scandal din nakasuhan ba? Sino ba ang pulitiko na walang bintang ng pagnanakaw?Maraming governors ang may kaso ng pandarambong pero nasa laya dahil nakapag piyansa.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Galit daw si PNOY kay Arroyo dahil corrupt. Owwww,hindi nga! Galit si PNOY kay Arroyo dahil kagalit ng mother nya. Personalan ang away nila. Hirap na hirap sa kararally sina Cory pero di napatalsik si Arroyo. Kaya itinuloy ni PNOY ang laban ng mother nya. May mga may kaso ng corruption na piniyansahan pa ni PNOY. Yan ba ang galit sa corrupt?

  • rudysento

    Speaking of BAD GOVERNANCE, PNOY’S ….. HHHMMM…

  • Paolo Esguerra

     Aquino looks pathetic in always harping about Arroyo, and yet, three years after this administration started filing cases against her, there is still no evidence to prove or convict Arroyo of all the charges thrown at her. One by one the cases have been dismissed making it apparent that all these cases were filed just for propaganda purposes and without merit at all. In the meantime, Aquino’s cronies and KKK’s are raking it in with big time corruption – like smuggling is at an all time high in the nation’s history. And Aquino just looks away and protects his own people when are involved in corruption, clearing them right away without benefit of any investigation. No Mr. Aquino, you cannot fool the people anymore, and your corrupt administration will have to face the music/charges come 2016 when your term expires.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Galit daw sa corrupt si PNOY. Bakit si.Erap na dating may bintang na plunderer ay ka beso beso pa nya. Noong nanalong Presidente ang babaerong si Erap ay nakiusap pa si Mrs. Aquino na isama ni.Erap sa partido nya si PNOY? Bakit ang may kaso ng pagnanakaw ay piniyansahan pa ni PNOY? Si Villar noong kalaban nya sa pagka Presidente ay pinalabas nilang corrupt, pero ngayon kasama nya sa partido. Itinataas pa nya kamay ni Villar sabay sabing, KAMI ANG TUWID NA DAAN! Sinira nila yung tao tapos pataas taas pa sya ng kamay! Pwe!

    • boy_kurimaw

      WEEEHHH DI NGA! MAG SIPILYO KA MUNA PARA PUMUTI MGA NGIPIN MO BWAHAHAHA

  • divictes

    Excuse me po, nasaan na yung mga plata porma maliban doon sa tinutuntungan nila?

  • maypakialamtayo

    kagalang galang na pangulo, ano naman ang masasabi mo sa kkk mong si ruffy biazon na kinakampihan pa ang bata nya sa custom na nahuli sa entrapment ng NBI na kesyo bakit hindi raw naki-pag-coordinate sa office nya bago ang entrapment kaya nahuli tuloy ? wala kabang sasabihin, sa palagay wala kasi bata mo yan eh, at malamang hindi rin nakakarating sa’yo, magbasabasa ka naman kahit sandali ng news.

  • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

    the filipinos are treated like dirt because our president is dirt.

    he is mr blame everyone else. 

    what happened? is the world better without a corona? what happened to HL? to sabah?

    all blame on gma?

    its an old story.

    by the way, why is amlc not active in displaying ill gotten wealth of everyone?

  • Vin

    mr. president you are familiar with the saying that goes something like “all bark but no bite.” you keep blaming the previous administration, for almost three years in the running, but you don’t seem to rectify them yourself.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Bakit noong ang Presidente ay si Gloria , tahimik lang si PNOY? Di sya lumalaban kay GMA noon. KASI TAHIMIK SYANG TUMATANGGAP NG PORK BARREL NOON.

  • Hey_Dudes

    9 years and before that 6 years of Tabako Fidel the AFP modernization program took the backseat while filing up their pockets ranked 1-2-3!  No wonder, total of 15 years our military lagged behind everyone else.  For pete’s sake even the tiny state of Singapore has few F16s and state of the art coast guard cutters?  Walang nagbago kungdi ang mga mansiones nitong mga professional magnanakaws na minsan ng naging mga presidente.  Fort Bonifacio in part was sold to help finance AFP modernization program but it only went to their pockets.  Pnoy’s 2 years only and yet – AFP has gotten brand new helicopters, trainer planes and soon more seagoing vessels are expected.  So, sinong kurakot?

    • Walang1

      Singapore has a blue sea navy. Stealth frigates, submarines, landing ships and a fully modern and operational navy. Not as you say a few state of the art coast guard cutters. As for F16’s check out their military website but dont get a shock because they have so many they park dozens in Australia and US for fun and realistic training. As for helicopters guess what? they have longbow apachie by the dozen. Now ask how come the AFP has brand new junk from our caring godfather the US who refuses to give our boats guns yet Pnoy pays millions for. Better order boats from Sulu then AFP can throw stones at the chinese aircraft carrier when it visits WPS.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Tingnan ang lahat ng naipagawa ni Marcos mga hospital, SLEX,NLEX, HEART CENTER, LUNG CENTER,MRT, SAN JUANICO BRIDGE, FOLK ARTS THEATRE, BARANGAY HEALTH CENTERS at mga long and unending roads sa Norte. sinong kurakot?

  • ARIKUTIK

    Ang batang mongoloid ay iisa ang sinasambit paulit ulit…..
    Madaling mahalata pag Abnoy….

  • disqusted0fu

    Same old BS from BS Aquino III. He is indeed full of BS. He trumpeted his achievements? Like what no wang wang? Pnoy clearly can not and will not move on from GMA because persecuting his predecessor is all he has. He obviously needs her so he has someone to attack while campaigning, he needs her so he has someone to blame for his shortcomings, he needs her so his incompetency would not be put on the spot, and a lot more. Imagine the Aquino administration if they didn’t have GMA as their scapegoat…. There’s gonna be nothing but blunder.

  • disqusted0fu

    It is very disappointing that in the middle of a crisis in Sabah, here goes our President busy campaigning and again taking potshots directed to his political foes. He does not only neglect his countrymen in Sabah, he also badmouths his other countrymen who are in public service. What does Pnoy have against the Filipinos?!

  • Yobhtron

    Not just Aquino, WE the Filipinos won’t let Arroyo go.  Dapat parusahan siya at ang kawatan niyang pamilya sa bilyones nilang ninakaw sa gobyerno.  

    Dito nagkumpulan ang mga bayaran na bloggers ni Gloria.  Nakakaawa naman kayo at nasisikmura niyo ang mga pinagsasabi niyo sa kakaunting halaga.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5TBFLMGYQ6VOQOSMUUFHOML5VE Archie B

      i’m sure na lahat ng tinatawag mong bayaran ni Gloria dito ay matutuwa na makita si Gloria at ang pamilya nito na nakakulong sa kasalanang napatunayan sa harap ng batas.

      kaso lang, sa dami ng mga isinampa ng PNoy Admin na “mabibigat” daw na kaso, hanggang ngayon hindi mapatunayan ang kasalanan ni Gloria at ng kanyang pamilya. hindi kaya ng “tons of evidences” na sinasabi ni PNoy nung nangangampanya pa siya.

      up to this moment, isa ako sa naghihintay na makulong ang mga dapat makulong! kung pwedeng patayin na lang, mas maige!

  • boybakal

    Of the 100 million filipinos….only Pnoy hates GMA so much.
    Wala naman galit kay GMA….si Pnoy lang, matindi ang galit, bakit kaya.
    Emotionally obsessed kay GMA.

    • boy_kurimaw

      WEEEHHHHH DI NGA!!! NATATAE KABA?

  • disqus_EWrSdjV1nv

    mas galit pa nga si pnoy kay gma kaysa malaysia.

    mas malaki at mas masama ang malaysia sa pinas pero mas galit siya kay gma. funny.

  • kismaytami

    Kailangan ni abnoy si arrovo para may panakip butas siya sa kanyang mga kapalpakan at kakulangan ng leadership.

    Abnoy, magkano na ba ang nakalos mo sa pondo ng bayan sa kaka-parito’t-paroon upang ipangampanya ang mga aso mo?

  • Rolly257

    Mey amnesia ang marami sa atin…dapat paalala lagi.

  • disqusted0fu

    Is Pnoy campaigning? I don’t see no plans and agenda. It is mainly about criticizing others. But then again, what else is he going to talk about? How he mishandled the Sabah standoff? How poverty and unemployment are getting worse during his term? How his KKK engage in all kinds of anomalies but never suffer the consequence because he absolves them?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3GHRLDIOQBDNBI54IPJMWFP45A Johnny

    Wala naman nabago “desperate and hopeless” pa din kami. May nagawa ka na ba nakagaan ng buhay namin o ung mga aso mo lang?
    Panahon na naman ng kampanya kaya ganyan na naman lumalabas sa bigbig ni Noynoy – di naman siya malinis at matinong leader talaga – feeling lang siya.

    • boy_kurimaw

      sa tingin mo ba ganun ganun lang kadali na umunlad ang buhay ng mga pinoy? maghanap ka ng trabaho at magsumikap ka, huwag kang umasa palagi sa gobyerno para naman makatulong ka lalong lalo na sa sarili at pamilya mo… BUGOK! TAMAD!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_26N5TXE3YVEC2YE7Z6PXNE5XNQ boy

    Dapat lang pagbayarin ang unanong yan pati mga anak na sugapa sa pera ng bayan, pati asawa at mga alipores na walang pakundangan sa pagnanakaw ng pera ng taong bayan…

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       mayroon ka bang ebidensya  or  narining mo lang  si Abnoy blamiNg ,blaming ,and blaming  tHE previous adminIstratin……..ASk yourself if YOU HAVE A FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE  of what AQUINO   keeps  saying …

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

    Akala ni panot ay bumuti ang kabuhayan ngayon kumpara sa nakaraan administrasyon. wala siyang alam na lalong tumaas ang mga bilihin ngayon, dumarami ang naghihirap, dumarami ang walang trabaho, mga narses ay pinagbabayad sa ospital, tambay ang mga bagong graduates. dumarami ang mga kurap lalo na ang kanyang mga KKK na mahilig sa smuggling.
    pinakamataas sa asia ang ating kuriente at lalo pang tataas sa buwang ito.
    sana gumising ka na panot sa katotohanan.

  • eltee mulawin

    …sabi ni Nguy2. “Ang masakit pa nito, habang umaasa tayo
    sa mga proyekto sa kanila, ang isinasalubong sa atin ay kaliwa’t kanang
    anomalya.”

    …ayon
    din dito sa balita….The President also cited the lack of classrooms, the
    prevalent red tape, the absence of electricity in the countryside, the lack of
    roads and bridges, and the dearth of government assistance for the agricultural
    sector among the many shortcomings of the past administration.
    >>> sa 3 taon ni NGUYNGOY, sa bawat kilos at pagtatalumpating ginawa
    niya walang siya binigkas at maisip na dahilan kung bakit palpak ang governance
    din niya. Sa tuwing bubuka at gagalaw ang dila niya sa harap ng kamera ng media
    at mga tao, lagi ang pangalan ni GMA o dating administrasyon GMA ang ginagamit
    na pampalasa sa lutuin at ihahain na pagkain niya sa kaisipan ng taong bayan.
    Para siyang o masahol pa sa putatseng bading.

    >>> Sana si Nguyngoy kung may nagawa talaga sia sa loob ng 3 taon,
    ILATHALA NIYA SA MEDIA ANG MGA LISTAHAN NG PROYEKTO NATAPOS NIYA. TULAD NG….CLASSROOMS, KALSADA AT TULAY AT ELECTRICITY
    COUNTRYSIDE.   AYON SA SINASABI NIYANG ..” DAPAT MALINAW
    AT MATUWID NA DAAN” PAMAMAHALA,   ILATHALA  NIYA MEDIA  KUNG  GAANO KARAMI O LAKI , SAAN LUGAR,
    MAGKANO ANG HALAGA AT SINO AT KAILAN PIRMAHAN SA KONTRATA, KAILAN NAGSIMULA AT
    NATAPOS ANG PROYEKTO SINASABI NIYA KUNG MAYROON.

     

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       Tama ka diyan eltee… I must say  … to Aquino  STOP  BLAMING  THE PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATION… Show  WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO THE PHILIPPINES… Bakit   the poverty level  ganoon pa rin.. bakit   ikaw na mismo  CITED THE LACK OF CLASSROOM under your administration… bakit  YOu Aquino cited  the absence of electricity  UNDER  youR administration… bakit  you cited the lack of roads and bridges  UNDER YOUR ADMINISTRATION  at puro bakit  na lang  ang matanong ko under your administration… Why not show  WHAT YOU  as the sitting president   had done to the Filipino people  ???? BAKIT ?

  • disqusted0fu

    GMA is facing a few charges where not a single one could provide a sufficient evidence to support the allegations against her, causing some to be dismissed and others will most likely follow. And yet here is our current President accusing away and finger pointing to her as if his administration is clean. The Aquino administration has not even done anything significant yet to lift the country up. The liberty of Pnoy’s KKK to do whatever they want is actually somehow bringing it down. Isn’t it a little too obvious that everything is just black propaganda???

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       WELL SAID AND done..KUDOS  to you.

      • boy_kurimaw

        Its only a matter of time… antay antay lang kayo mga aso ni ARROVO HAHAHA

  • ztefertilizerscam10

    Former  Pres. Arroyo , corruption and many 

    more..

    1. NBN ZTE Scandal

    2. Millions of bribe money to Congressmen and Governors 

    (October 2007)

    3. Cheating in 2004 Elections (HELLO GARCI)

    4. Joc Joc Bolante Case (Fertilizer Scam, P728 Million)

    5. JOSE PIDAL Bank Account (Unexplained Wealth, P200 

    Million)

    6. NANI PEREZ Power Plant Deal ($2 Million)

    7. Use of Road User’s Tax for Campaigning

    8. Billion Peso Macapagal Boulevard (Overprice of P532 

    Million)

    9. Juetengate? (Illegal Numbers game kickbacks)

    10. Extra Judicial Killings

    11. Arroyo Moneys in Germany (Exposed by Senator Cayetano)

    12. General GARCIA and Other Military Men

    13. Billion Peso Poll Automation contract to(Mega Pacific) 

    (P1.3 Billion)

    14. Northrail Project($503 Million)

    15.  Maguindanao Results of 2007 Elections (ZUBIRI, BEDOL)

    16.  NAIA-3

    17.  Venable Contract (Norberto Gonzales)

    18.  Swine Scam (Exposed by? Atty. Harry Roque

    19. GLORIA Arroyo son hidden assets in united states

    20. EURO GENERAL’S

    21. CALAMITY FUND SCANDAL.

    22.  C-5 road controversy — Senator Manuel Villar

    23.P550-million worth of funds from the Overseas Workers’ 

    Welfare Administration (OWWA).

    24. P780-million LWUA funds-PROSPERO PICHAY

    25. BISHOPS’s SUV-Gloria Birthday gift

    26. Arroyo linked in P325M lotto intelligence fund

    27. Arroyo got P200M in kickbacks from govt projects-Zaldy 

    Ampatuan 

    28. P200.41 billion or $4.6 billion in Malampaya royalties 

    from 2002 to May this year.

    29.LACSON ACCUSED FG MIKE ARROYO OF SELLING 3  REFURBISHED 

    HELICOPTERS TO PNP AT P105 MILLION EACH

    30. 600,Thousand metric tons of Rotten rice imported from 

    India.Kishore Hemlani, an Indian trader allegedly close to 

    Arroyo, reportedly bagged the P9.5 billion contract for 

    the rice importation. 

    31. DATO ARROYO wife bought the condo unit for $570,000, 

         70-square-meter one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit (Unit 

    No. 533) at the luxury high-rise, full-service Gramercy 

    Towers located at 1177 California St. in upscale downtown 

    San 
    Francisco.

    32.- P50-million bribe to FG for the president’s veto of 

    two franchise bills

    33. The additional funding led to a 41-percent spike in  

    advertising expenses, from P76.129 million in 2008 to 

    P107.420 million in 2009, which went mostly to ads for 

    Arroyo’s achievements.

    34. The report said the PIA received from the Department 

    of Budget and Management a notice of cash allocations 

    amounting to P344.789 million, even though only P222.488 
    million was appropriated for it under the national budget.

    35.- Denial of pork barrel funds to Malacanang’s political 

     enemies

    36.- Praises for Jovito Palparan, alleged mastermind of 

    extra judicial killings of militants

    37.- Removal of govt bodyguards for former pres and Arroyo 

     critic, Cory Aquino

    38.- Appointment of manicurist as a member of the board of 

     Pag-Ibig

    39. Appointment of gardener as deputy of the Luneta Park  

    Administration.

    40. MIDNIGHT APPOINTMENT of an Arroyo,RENATO CORONA, as SC 

    Chief Justice

          200+ other illegal midnight appointments

    41.- MIKEY ARROYO’s undeclared properties in California

    42.- Pardon of controversial convicted criminals like 

    Ninoy’s murderers

    43.- EO 464; requiring Cabinet members to seek 

    presidential clearance before testifying in Congress 

    hearings

    44.- Promise (on Rizal Day) to not run for the presidency 

    in 2004

    45.- “Vote Buying” by giving away Philhealth cards

    46.- Taxpayers’ money for her giant billboards and and 

    PCSO tv campaign ads[/b]

    47- Appointment of Ben Abalos, a staunch GMA ally, as 

    COMELEC chair

    48.- Mikey Arroyo’s importation of 32 thoroughbred horses 

    from Australia worth P384 million.

    49.Former First Gentleman Mike Arroyo used 2 choppers 16 

    times, son Mikey 69

    50.PNoy: PAGCOR spent P1 BILLION on coffee

    51.Jose Miguel Arroyo owned helicopters’
    all Robinson R44 Raven Is with Series Nos. 1370 to 1374
    A total of $1,423,025 was paid to Lionair for the five 

    helicopters.

    52.Pagcor ‘pabaon’ to Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo: P345M

    53.The godmother’s ties to the Pinedas(Jueteng lord)

    54. Glorietta 2 and Batasan bombings

        The Glorietta 2 bombing happened during the height of 

    the bribery case which took place in Malacañang.

    55. Misuse of Balikatan funds Navy Lt. Nancy Gadian 

    revealed an alleged malversation of funds in 2007

    56. Solon: Charge Gloria Arroyo for taking P98-M from 

    PNoy’s social fund

    57. 50 MILLION PABAON GENERALS

        Former Armed Forces chiefs of staff Narciso Abaya, 

    Dionisio Santiago, Generoso Senga, Hermogenes Esperon, and 

    Alexander Yano,chiefs of staff – Angelo Reyes, Diomedio  

    Villanueva, and Roy Cimatu and MANY MORE..

    58.Colmenares: GMA had P488 billion in ‘pork.

    59. P1 BILLION down the drain in Arroyo-era jatropha 

    project—DOST chief 
    60.Fishers push plunder rap vs Arroyo in purchase of ice machines( overpriced at P455 million in 2009.)
    61.$225-million overprice of Metro Rail Transit Corp. (MRTC), 
    62.Successor sues Pichay over P2.3-B fund mess

    • sigbinko

       well said, from A to Z :)

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       Blah.blah,blah… then volunteer yourself to be a CREDIBLE WITNESS  to the Court  dahil mayroon pa namang cases to be resolved, Para MATAPOS NA !  OKAY ,PAREKOY?

    • ARIKUTIK

      Penoy is an Abnoy for hiring this Donk blogger. The more you blog, the more Penoy looks like an Abnoy simpluy because Nothing was proven!
      In fact GMA is enjoying Free board and lodging plus medical care from the government to the demise of poor patients. So what the Abnoy had done that is beneficial for the citizens? NOTHING ! Demonising GMA is only to hide the incompetence of an ABNOY. and fertilizer blogger is her twin.

    • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/Q63DUTCNJJKCYNURT4A4C6QZJM marco

      everything is UNFOUNDED   and accusations….

      if you have enough evidence then prove it to the court otherwise,    shut up…

      I am not defending the former president, but this is a matter of legalities…..

      hindi uso ang ingay d2 at alingas-ngas dahil walang patutunguhan

      • beerhunters

        this is copying the propaganda tactic of Josef Goebbles, Hitler’s Nazi Minister of Propaganda and Enlightenment. ” A lie repeated a thousand times become the accepted truth”

    • Palku Kha

      napakabulok ng mga post mo kasing bulok ng utak mo!!! kahit isa dyan wala pang napapatunayan…

      • leomar101

         Pre, yan lang ang alam mag copy and paste. Yan ang assignment na ibinigay ni  carandang sa kanya. copy and paste lang as much as he can, then may qouta pa yan bago mag ka sweldo. hahaha.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

      Ninanakaw ni PNOY ang pera ng bayan

      Ang pork barrel ni PNOY ay ginagamit sa election

      Ang pera ng CCT ay kinukupitan nina PNOY

      Maraming corruption sa panahon ni PNOY

      IMPORTED rice ay maanomalya din kay Pnoy

      Maraming nakawan ngayon kesa noon.a

      May hocus pocus ang panalo ni PNOY

      Madali ang maglista ng bintang mahirap patunayan!
      Mahaba ang listahan tulad nito pero paano papatunayan!
      Marami sa kaso ni GMA ay DISMISSED!

  • ztefertilizerscam10

    2005

            Hello, Garci

            More than a year after the election, a recording of a telephone conversation between President Arroyo and election commissioner Virgilio “Garci” Garcillano was released to the public. In this conversation, Arroyo directed him to make sure she wins by one million votes. After weeks of ducking the issue, Arroyo apologized for “a lapse in judgment” in talking with an election commissioner but explained that she merely wanted to protect her votes.

            Hyatt 10

            Eight cabinet members and two bureau heads, called the Hyatt 10, filed their irrevocable resignations in the aftermath of the “Hello, Garci” scandal and requested Arroyo to resign. The Hyatt 10 is composed of Secretaries Florencio Abad (education), Juan Santos (trade and industry), Emilia Boncodin (budget and management), Cesar Purisima (finance), Dinky Soliman (social welfare and development) , Rene Villa (land reform), Alberto Lina (customs), Guillermo Parayno (internal revenues), Teresita Quintos Deles (adviser on the peace process), and Imelda Nicolas of the national anti-poverty commission.

            Juetengate

            In Senate hearings on jueteng that began in May 2005, jueteng operators and bagmen said the President’s husband, Mike, her son Mikey, and her brother-in-law Ignacio or Iggy were among those who received monthly payoffs from gambling lords. The payoffs ranged from P500,000 to P1 million.

            One of the key witnesses, businesswoman Sandra Cam, testified that in December 2004, she personally delivered the cash to Mikey and Iggy at the House of Representatives; the money came from retired Chief Supt. Restituto Mosqueda, former police director for Bicol and alleged protector of jueteng operations in Luzon.

            Richard Garcia and Demosthenes Abraham Riva also told a Senate hearing that the three Arroyos had been receiving payola from jueteng operations in Bicol. Michaelangelo Zuce, an aide of former commissioner Virgilio Garcillano and a former staff member of presidential adviser on political affairs Joey Rufino, directly linked the President to jueteng by saying that before the 2004 elections, the President distributed money to several election officials in her house in La Vista, Quezon City, in the presence of Bong Pineda’s wife, Lilia Pineda.

            Garcia and Riva retracted their statements a few months later and said they were merely “coached” by Sen. Panfilo Lacson. Zuce’s testimony failed to take off after one witness did not corroborate Zuce’s claim. Former Isabela Gov. Faustino Dy Jr. who was also said to have been present at the La Vista meeting, flew to the US and refused to come to Manila to testify.

            Aragoncillo, the spy

            Leandro Aragoncillo, a Filipino American in the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, was arrested for allegedly taking classified documents from computers in Vice President **** Cheney’s office and the FBI and sending them to opposition leaders in the Philippines. The documents were primarily analyses of the Philippines’ political situation by US Embassy officials.

            Among others, the documents said that: “Arroyo has always exhibited paranoia and the need to control every aspect of the Philippine economy and politics. As time ticked out for her administration, it was clear the biggest problem was Arroyo herself.”

            Aragoncillo was charged with acting as an agent of a foreign government or official and faces up to 25 years in prison.

            Mega-anomaly in Comelec

            According to Solicitor General Alfredo Benipayo, the botched P1.3 billion poll modernization project of Comelec was overpriced by P500 million. Comelec ignored its own bidding rules and changed these to suit one favored bidder: MegaPacific Corp.

            The SC deemed the process flawed and declared the contract null and void. The Office of the Ombudsman committee created by Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez initially indicted Commissioner Resurreccion Borra but cleared him a few months later. Abalos and company were ruled to be not liable for the voided contract.

            Lozano’s complaints

            Oliver Lozano filled an impeachment complaint against President Arroyo during the height of the “Hello, Garci” scandal. Congress declared the complaint to be technically deficient. Oliver Lozano filed another impeachment complaint against President Arroyo on 2006. Like the first one, his second complaint was defeated due to insufficiency in substance.

            For the third time, Lozano filed his impeachment complaint against the President on 2007. Like the second version, this impeachment rap was dismissed for insufficiency in substance. Critics say Lozano’s impeachment complaints were moves to hinder the submission of a solid complaint against the President.

            Weeks after former Arroyo ally Jose De Venecia filed his impeachment complaint in 2008, Lozano took his fourth try with a four-page impeachment complaint penned with his daughter, Atty Evangeline Lozano, and another lawyer, Elly Pamatong.

            Imelda’s jewelries

            Former First Lady Imelda Marcos asked a Manila court to stop a Philippine Commission on Good Government auction of her P15-billion jewelries. Marcos claimed the jewelries belonged solely to her. No restraining order was issued by the court.

            The PCGG has two of the three jewelry collections in the vaults of the Bangko Sentral ng Philipinas and planned to auction off majority of the jewelries in May 2009, with strong resistance from Mrs. Marcos.

            2006

            FG in $20,000 hotel suite!

            During Manny Pacquiao’s match with Erick Morales in Las Vegas, the First Gentleman allegedly stayed in a $20,000-a-night suite at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mike said that there was nothing corrupt about accepting the free luxury suite offered to him by the hotel. He argued that as the husband of a head of state, he was entitled to such perks.

            No German bank account

            Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano claimed that a member of the Arroyo family maintained a bank account in Germany amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars. First Gentleman Arroyo flew to Germany and secured a certification from the bank to disprove Cayetano’s claims. Upon his return, he sought Cayetano’s expulsion from Congress but without success.

            Toxic JPEPA?

            The Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) was signed between Arroyo and former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. The treaty aimed to promote investments and trade between the two countries. Various civil society groups contested the agreement because the government did not consult them. According to these groups, although the agreement secures employment in Japan, the treaty includes an “environmentally unjust bilateral trade.”

            In 2008, the Senate finally ratified the agreement by a vote of 16-4 as the agreement was favorable since 95% of exports from the Philippines to Japan will have zero duties.

            Meanwhile, numerous representatives from the House questioned the Senate decision as the agreement “will bring a tsunami of unfair trade and toxic wastes.”

            2007

            Estrada pardon

            After spending six years in detention for plunder and graft and corruption charges, former President Estrada was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Sandiganbayan in October 2007. Three days after, President Arroyo granted him pardon citing a policy to release prisoners aged 70.

            Fallout from ZTE

            The scandal was exposed in August 2007, a few months after Transport Secretary Leandro Mendoza and ZTE Corp Vice President Yu Yong signed a $329.5 million contact for a national broadband network deal in April. President Arroyo and the First Gentlemen were said to have visited China for the contract-signing.

            Rep. Carlos Padilla (Nueva Vizcaya) said that Comelec chairperson Benjamin Abalos also joined the President in China to broker the deal. Abalos denied brokering the deal but admitted going to China four times. In September 2007, the son of Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr testified that he was with Abalos in China and that Abalos demanded money from ZTE officials.

            The following day, the Supreme Court promulgated a TRO stopping the deal between the Philippines and China and gave ZTE 15 days to comment.

            NEDA chair Romulo Neri testified in the Senate hearings and said Abalos tried to bribe him with P200 million but he refused to answer some senators’ questions, citing executive privilege. Abalos resigned as Comelec chair in October 2007 as President Arroyo cancelled the deal in a trip to China.

            Jun Lozada, former chief executive officer of Philippine Forest Corporation and NEDA consultant, testified in February 2008 that Abalos and the First Gentlemen were to receive kickbacks once the deal was signed. Speaker Jose de Venecia was unseated and got dragged into the deal when his son said he was also in China.

            On July 2008, the SC dismissed three petitions that question the constitutionality of the deal and declared it moot and academic.

            Impeachment: Pulido’s version

            Lawyer Roel Pulido filed an impeachment complaint against President Arroyo. Endorsed by an administration ally, Laguna Rep. Edgar San Luis, it was seen as a move to foil another complaint against the President.

            Congress thrashed the complaint.

            Money from Malacañang

            Pampanga Gov. Eddie Panlilio revealed that he was given a paper bag containing P500,000 in a Malacañang meeting in October 2007. The money was allegedly for community projects. The bags were handed out by a female Malacañang staff. Panlilio said he accepted the money because because no conditions were attached; he did not consider it a bribe. Various versions of the source of the money came out as other local officials present in the meeting admitted receiving either P500,000 or P200,000.

            Other officials who confirmed receiving money were Governors Joselito Mendoza, Leo Campos, and Representatives Rachel Arenas, Antonio Cuenco, Bienvenido Abante, Mauricio Domogan, Tomas Dumpit Jr, and some others who refused to be named. The named 9 officials were charged by the Office of the Ombudsman for allegedly receiving bribes. Due to numerous versions on the source of the money, Sen. Miguel Zubiri said during the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee hearing that the money has no direct link to the Palace.

            Glorietta 2 and Batasan bombings

            After the string of controversies hounding the Arroyo administration, bombing incidents happened in Glorietta 2 and the House of Representatives. The police, in a speedy investigation, found that the bombing of Batasan was initially intended for Basilan Rep. Wahab Akbar.

            The Glorietta 2 bombing, on the other hand, resulted from gas leakage. Rumors spread that the bombings were perpetrated by the government to divert the public’s attention away from the Arroyo scandals.

            The Batasan bombing happened the day before Pampanga Gov. Ed Panlilio was set to testify on the bribery of local officials in the Senate and a day before the House justice committee was to hear the impeachment case.

            The Glorietta 2 bombing happened during the height of the bribery case which took place in Malacañang.

            Manila Pen siege

            Antonio Trillanes IV, together with Brig. Gen. Danilo Lim and 25 other Magdalo officers walked out of their trial and marched on the streets of Makati City. Former Vice-President Teofisto Guingona and some soldiers from the AFP joined the march that ended in Peninsula Manila Hotel. After several hours, the group surrendered to the government forces after a military assault. They were arrested and several journalists were detained.

            Missing: Jonas Burgos

            Of the numerous human rights violations, political killings, and abductions during Arroyo’s administration, the case of activist Jonas Burgos has become the most prominent. Burgos was missing since late April and eyewitnesses said he was dragged from a mall in Commonwealth to a Toyota Revo by five men. The license plate of the Revo was traced to the 56th Infantry Battalion camp in Bulacan.

            2008

            Teehankee pardon

            In 1991, Claudio Teehankee Jr was sentenced to life imprisonment after being found guilty of killing Maureen Hultman, John Roland Chapman, and wounding Jussi Leino. Last November 2008, President Arroyo granted Teehankee pardon. It was reported that the Hultmans “approved” the pardon and received a settlement of P6 million. The Hultmans were enraged that the pardon was “kept secret” and denied receiving the money.

            Euro generals

            In an Interpol conference in Moscow, police comptroller director Eliseo De la Paz and his group were detained because of carrying undeclared cash worth 105,000 euros (P6.9 million). At the time of the conference, De la Paz had already retired from service.

            When the group returned, the Senate called for hearings on the issue. De la Paz said the money was “cash advance” for “emergency cases.” His statement was questioned as PNP Chief Jesus Versoza said the money was for purchasing intelligence equipment.

            The Senate recommended that the justice department and the Ombudsman conduct a preliminary investigation on the PNP delegates to the Interpol assembly as the group violated the travel ban under Administrative Order No. 103, the law on allowable travel expenses, and the rule on retired officials or those about to retire. The report also proposed a preliminary investigation on interior and local government chief Reynato Puno and Versoza for allowing the group to travel and for ignoring the travel ban.

            As of March 2009, De la Paz settled the remaining 65,000 euros, fully paying for the cash advance and avoiding a civil law suit.

            C-5 insertion

            Senators Panfilo Lacson and Jamby Madrigal spilled the beans on Senate president Manny Villar when they exposed his double insertion of a P200 million C-5 project in the 2008 budget. After a few months, Villar resigned as Senate president when he learned about the planned “ouster” led by Lacson. Enrile became Senate president.

            In May 2009, although Villar was out of the country, the Senate ethics committee deliberated on the alleged C-5 insertion and declared the ethics complaint filed by Madrigal as sufficient in substance.

            Meralco and the tainted court

            What started out as a tug-of-war between the Lopezes and GSIS over control of Meralco ended up tainting the reputation of the Court of Appeals. The scandal started when Justice Jose Sabio Jr told the media that he was offered a P10 million bribe by an alleged Meralco emissary, businessman Francis Borja.

            The Supreme Court conducted a public investigation on the CA justices. Lapses in the justices’ decisions and CA procedures were unearthed. The verdict: Justice Vicente Roxas was dismissed, Sabio and Justice Bienvenido Reyes were suspended, and Justice Myrna Vidal was reprimanded.

            Impeachment: Joey’s complaint

            Joey de Venecia, son of former House Speaker Jose De Venecia, filed an impeachment complaint against President Arroyo, particularly because of the overpriced NBN-ZTE broadband deal. The complaint was found sufficient in form but was dismissed after House representatives voted 42-8, ruling the complaint as insufficient in substance.

            Resurrecting nuke power plant

            Tarlac Rep. Mark Cojuangco and Pampanga Rep. Juan Miguel “Mikey” Arroyo filed HB 4631 or the Bataan nuclear power plant commissioning act, a bill aimed at rehabilitating the mothballed power plant for $1.4 billion. Various groups were strongly against the re-opening of the plant, stating that more viable and cheaper options are available like renewable energy. A feasibility study was requested from Cojuangco to prove that BNPP’s structures are still in good condition. A consolidated HB 6300 was submitted to the House and will be deliberated after the legislative break in July.

            The failed ancestral domain agreement

            In June 2001, President Arroyo signed the GRP-MILF Tripoli agreement in Libya, paving the way for peace talks between the government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front. By May 2003, due to numerous bombings in Mindanao, Arroyo canceled the peace talks. Talks resumed two months later in Kuala Lumpur.

            In January 2004, peace monitors from Malaysia, Brunei, and Libya went to Mindanao to monitor the five-year truce between the two parties. The discussion on ancestral domain progressed and was divided into four strands: concept, territory, resources, and governance.

            By November 2007, government panel chair Rodolfo Garcia and MILF peace panel chair Mohagher Iqbal said that the agreement can finally be concluded. But by December of the same year, the ancestral domain negotiations reached a deadlock due to constitutional issues.

            The text of the Memorandum of Agreement on the Ancestral Domain (MOA-AD) caused a big stir when it leaked to the press. On August 2008, the Supreme Court issued a Temporary Restraining Order on the peace agreement and suggested renegotiating the homeland deal.

            In September 2008, the government dissolved the panel conducting the peace negotiations with the MILF, formed a new one, and announced that negotiations will depend on whether the MILF will turn over two rogue field commanders and other members who attacked North Cotabato, Lanao del Norte, and other provinces in Mindanao. The peace talks were set to resume in 2009.

            2009

            Red Cross kidnapping

            On January, gunmen on motorcycles intercepted an International Committee of the Red Cross vehicle and kidnapped three workers: Italian Eugenio Vagni, Swiss Andreas Notter, and Filipina Mary Jean Lacaba. The group behind it, identified as the Abu Sayyaf, asked for ransom. The Philippine Red Cross, under Sen. Richard Gordon, refused to pay the ransom. The group threatened to behead the workers.

            Three months after the kidnapping, after numerous negotiations, Lacaba was released. A few days after, Notter was released as well. Vagni, after six months of being held captive, was eventually released July 12.

            Con A$s

            In 2005, Arroyo initiated a move to change the Constitution and transform the present presidential- bicameral republic into a parliamentary- unicameral form of government but failed.

            By late 2006, the House shelved a plan to revise the Constitution through a constituent assembly. In June 2009, two days before the House adjourned, they passed HR Bill 1109. The bill calls for a Constituent Assembly to amend the 1986 Constitution.

            Dacer-Corbito double murder case

            After spending years in America, Cesar Mancao returned and was willing to speak out on the murder of publicist Bubby Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito in 2000. Mancao became a state witness in July 2009.

            Aside from Mancao, 21 others were accused of the same charges. According to Mancao, he is no longer afraid of anyone, particularly of Sen. Panfilo Lacson, who consequently denied having a hand in the crime.

            Dacer was asked by former President Estrada to boost his image during the height of the BW scam and the latter’s impeachment trial. The publicist was said to have knowledge of BW Resources Corp, a gaming firm in which Estrada owned shares. The scam started when it was found out that BW won an exclusive contract to operate on-line bingo and introduce Quick Pick-2 in 1999, a game similar to jueteng. On that same year, PAGCOR granted BW a nationwide online bingo franchise. Further investigation revealed that Dante Tan, Estrada’s alleged financier during the latter’s presidential bid, had been heavily buying shares in BW.

            In late 2000, the charred bodies of Dacer and his driver were found in a creek in Cavite and eyewitnesses said they were abducted and killed by policemen. Some of the witnesses pointed to Estrada as the mastermind of the killing through Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Task Force chief Lacson.

            CARP extension

            A few days before the House’s legislative break, the body passed House Bill 4077 to extend the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law for another five years. The House appropriated P100 billion for land acquisition and distribution, support services, and other funding requirements. The Senate has also approved its own version of the bill.

            In 2007, Arroyo certified an urgent bill to extend the law. The program has yet to distribute a million hectares to another two million beneficiaries.

            Right of reply bill

            The controversial Right of Reply bill (RORB) failed to gather enough signatures and was not passed in the House. Since it was filed last year, numerous groups, especially from media organizations, have contested the passing of the bill.

            In February, seven senators reiterated their support for the bill. Arroyo, on the other hand, assured journalists while the bill was being deliberated in the House that she will not hesitate to trash it should it contain provisions that will curtail press freedom.

            Baselines bill

            In March, Arroyo signed Republic Act 9522 or the Philippine Archipelagic Baselines law, a controversial law that defines the country’s baselines and claims in the South China Sea. The bill includes the Kalayaan Group of Islands and Scarborough Shoal as parts of “regime of islands.” The other countries who have been claiming the islands are China, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Brunei.

            Misuse of Balikatan funds

            Navy Lt. Nancy Gadian revealed an alleged malversation of funds in the 2007 Balikatan joint military exercises with the United States. According to Gadian, Gen. Eugenio Cedo, former Mindanao Command head, pocketed P2.3 million of the money and the rest were pocketed by other higher Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) officials. The Balikatan exercises were given a P4.6 million fund.

            Arroyo ordered the defense department to investigate Gadian’s allegations. Lt. Col. Romeo Brawner Jr, AFP public information officer chief, said the alleged malversed funds were properly accounted for in the Commission on Audit reports. He also challenged Gadian to come out and file a proper complaint.

            GMA in Congress?

            Due to rumors that Arroyo is planning to run for Congress, election lawyers clarified that there are no provisions that prohibit Arroyo from resigning as president if she runs for a lower post. They cite Sec. 67 of the Omnibus Election Code which was repealed in the Fair Elections Act passed in 2001, Arroyo’s first year as president after Edsa 2.

            The Code states that “any elective official, whether national or local, running for any office other than the one which he is holding in a permanent capacity, except for President and Vice-President, shall be considered ipso facto resigned from his office upon the filing of his certificate of candidacy.”

            Helicopter crash

            In April 2009, a helicopter carrying eight passengers, two of whom were Cabinet undersecretaries and a senior military aide, crashed in the Ifugao region. The Philippine Air Force (PAF) blamed bad weather for the accident.

            Sen. Rodolfo Biazon, chair of the senate committee on national defense and security, questioned why the helicopter was allowed to fly from Loakan Airport in Baguio in the afternoon when visibility was low and why there was no back-up helicopter provided at the time. There were allegations that the helicopter was delayed for three hours because it was used to ferry Congressman Mikey Arroyo, the president’s eldest son, from Manila to Baguio.

            According to press Secretary Cerge Remonde, the helicopter indeed carried Mikey and the others from Manila and arrived in Baguio at past two in the afternoon, ahead of the other helicopter which carried Arroyo and her party. The same helicopter Mikey used was the same helicopter used by the eight passengers who were supposed to conduct an ocular inspection of the Halsema Highway; Arroyo was scheduled to visit this highway the next day.

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    2001

    ‘Payola’ for FG

    Barely had President Arroyo warmed her seat when the first in a series of scandals involving the first family erupted. Correspondence secretary Veronica “Bing” Rodrigo accused first gentleman Mike Arroyo of taking a P50-million bribe in July 2001. The bribery was said to be for President Arroyo to recall her veto on two franchise bills. The first bill involved the Philippine Communication Clearinghouse which sought a franchise to operate a clearinghouse where telco firms were to interconnect for a certain fee. The second bill granted APC Wireless Interface Network a franchise to build a wireless telecommunication system nationwide.

    The companies were allegedly owned by Jaime Dichavez, a close friend of former President Joseph Estrada, who allegedly used Pacifico Marcelo as his dummy. According to Rodrigo, a woman named Malou Nuñez from the office of the Presidential Legislative Liaison Office under Gabriel Claudio approached her, inquiring about the request to veto the bills.

    Rodrigo is a friend of the president, having been classmates in grade school and high school. Their parents were close friends.

    Marcelo alleged that President Arroyo called him to stop lobbying for the franchise and that the three of them—the First Couple and Marcelo—will establish their own company. Marcelo turned down the offer.

    The president did not recall her veto of both bills. Arroyo also said that the First Gentleman never asked her to recall the veto. Her husband denied receiving any money and claimed that Rodrigo was the one who received the bribe. Rodrigo later retracted her allegations in the Senate blue ribbon committee hearing.

    PCSO funds for admin candidates’ campaign

    In October 2001, Roberto Rivero, former consultant of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes (PCSO), claimed that the first gentleman used almost $5 million of PCSO funds to finance the campaign of some senatorial candidates and to bribe radio commentators. President Arroyo asked the Office of the Ombudsman to investigate her husband. The PCSO denied Rivero’s accusations. When asked by the Ombudsman for evidence, Sen. Panfilo Lacson, who exposed this, was unable to present any.

    Years later, in May 2007, another former PCSO senior executive, Cirilo Avila, said the funds were made to appear as payment for ad placements but were really used as People Power Coalition (PPC) campaign funds. Avila narrated that the PPC requested the funds and manager Ver Angelo took it up with the board. The request was approved.

    Nani Perez’s ‘extortion’

    Four days after assuming office, Arroyo awarded a $470-million contract to Argentine firm Industrias Metalurgicas Pescarmona Sociedad Anonima (IMPSA) to rehabilitate a power plant in Laguna. A few months later, former Manila Representative Mark Jimenez, the man who brokered the deal, accused Justice Secretary Hernando Perez of extorting $2 million in exchange for a justice department opinion that favors the deal.

    Jimenez told Senator Lacson that the entire amount was actually $14 million: Perez received $2 million, the National Power Corporation “boys” got $1 million, Malacañang was given $4, and $7 million went to Jimenez.

    In April 2008, the office of the Ombudsman, headed by Merceditas Gutierrez, filed graft charges against Perez, his wife Rosario, Ernest Escaler, and Ramon Antonio Arceo Jr.

    But the graft and robbery charges were junked by the Sandiganbayan in November 2008 as the Ombudsman failed to expedite the complaints, making Perez immune from the charges, indirectly acquitting Perez.

    Perez’s pending case with the Sandiganbayan is on his falsification of public documents.

    In May 2009, Perez filed his third petition asking the Sandiganbayan to dismiss the charges of unethical practices filed against him for allegedly not declaring $1.7 million in his 2001 Statement of Assets and Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) saying that Arroyo herself approved his SALN when she assumed office. Perez was then a member of her cabinet.

    The godmother’s ties to the Pinedas

    President Arroyo agreed to be the godmother of alleged jueteng boss Bong Pineda’s son. In an interview with Time, she said that she sought advice from Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin who said, “The sins of the father are not the sins of the son.”

    Later events revealed the nature of Arroyo’s ties to the Pinedas. In 2005, during the height of the Senate probe on the “Hello Garci” scandal, Army Capt. Marlon Mendoza quoted Virgillio Garcillano and said Pineda gave P300 million to fund Arroyo’s presidential bid in 2004.

    Another witness, Michaelangelo Zuce, nephew of Garcillano claimed that Pineda’s wife, Lilia Pineda, handed out envelopes containing P30,000 each in January 2004 during a party hosted by the president in her La Vista home in Quezon City.

    Profit from anti-poverty bonds?

    Conceptualized by the Caucus of Development (Code-NGO), the PEACe bonds (Poverty Eradication and Alleviation Certificates) were issued by the government supposedly to help raise funds for the anti-poverty activities of its member organizations. But there were allegations that Code-NGO used its political connections to profit P1.4 billion in a series of transactions from the PEACe bonds worth P35 billion pesos.

    Code-NGO was chaired by Socorro Camacho-Reyes, sister of then Finance Secretary Jose Isidro Camacho. Camacho-Reyes denied, in a Senate hearing, that her brother helped him.

    Silencing the Marines

    Rear Adm. Guillermo Wong, then Flag Officer in Command of the Philippine Navy, exposed irregularities in the Philippine Marines’ procurement of equipment worth P3.8 million.

    This did not sit well with Marine officials. Then Armed Forces chief of staff Angelo Reyes offered Wong another post, chief of the Northern Command, practically demoting him. This forced Wong to resign.

    When asked to comment, President Arroyo said Reyes had done “the right thing.” Fresh from retirement, Reyes was immediately appointed defense secretary.

    A foul deal

    In 2007, the Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC, formerly Construction Development Corporation of the Philippines or CDCP) and Radstock Securities signed a compromise agreement obliging the PNCC to pay Radstock P6.2 billion in the form of: 19 pieces of real estate properties; 20% of the outstanding capital stock of PNCC; and 50% of PNCC’s share in the gross toll revenue of the Manila North Tollways Corporation for 27 years.

    Senators Sergio Osmena III and Franklin Drilon cried foul because it disposed of almost all the assets of PNCC, a company acquired by the government after President Marcos forced government financial institutions to exchange debt owed to them by the company for stocks.

    The deal, they said, gave Marubeni/Radstock preferential treatment over other bigger creditors, particularly government. As of December 2002, the PNCC owed the government through the Assets Privatization Trust P41.39 billion, according to the Commission on Audit, and has pending liabilities amounting to P6.9 billion, a bulk of which was from the Philippine government.

    2002

    Overpriced Macapagal Boulevard

    Sulpicio Tagud Jr., then board director of the Public Estates Authority (PEA), exposed the P600-million overprice of the construction of the GSIS-funded 5.1-kilometer President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard in the Manila Bay reclamation area. The contracts were approved during the Estrada administration and were given to three companies: Shoemart Inc., DM Wenceslao, and Jesusito D. Legaspi Construction (JDLC).

    A series of supplemental contracts with JDLC were later approved by the PEA board under the Arroyo administration that increased the original approved cost of their section of the highway. According to Tagud, while the SM group of companies constructed its part of the boulevard at P54,000 per lineal meter, JDLC built its section at P302,000 per lineal meter.

    Arroyo asked PEA and the Government Service Insurance System officials to submit a full report on the project to Presidential Legal Counsel Avelino Cruz. After the the report was submitted, Arroyo asked the entire PEA board to go on leave until the Presidential Anti-graft Commission submitted the results of its investigation.

    In February 2008, the Sandiganbayan said it will continue the probe on JDLC despite the firm’s motion to dismiss the alleged overpricing of the boulevard.

    The garbage contract

    The Jancom controversy involved a $360-million (P18 billion) incineration project in which the Jancom Environment Corp. (JEC) would burn 3,000 tons of Metro Manila garbage a day for a tipping fee of $10 per ton. During his term, President Ramos did not approve the contract and President Estrada likewise debunked it because JEC raised the tipping fee from $10 to $59 per ton.

    Despite the passage of the Clean Air Act and the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (both banned the use of incarcerators) , the Supreme Court declared the contract valid in April 2002 in a decision penned by Justice Jose Melo.

    Still, Arroyo said the deal had many flaws. Arroyo passed the decision to the Manila Metropolitan and Development Authority (MMDA) to decide whether the deal is disadvantageous to the government or not. Although negotiations had started between the MMDA and Jancom, Arroyo called off the deal in April 2002.

    Mismanaged funds

    Issues on mismanaged funds by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) and the GSIS caught the public eye in 2002. PAGCOR had been experiencing negative cash flows that bloated to P850 million in 2003. A Pagcor manager gave three reasons behind the financial difficulties: ‘onerous’ contracts, profligate spending, and massive, mindless donations.

    GSIS president and general manager Winston Garcia ordered its units to stop the processing of claims and loan applications because of financial difficulty. The Kapisanan ng Manggagawa attributed the financial problems to the following: Garcia’s cash advances amounting to P3.4 million, the establishment of district offices worth P4 million each, and the appointment of outside legal counsel for P200,000 a month.

    Garcia allegedly used GSIS money to purchase Juan Luna’s Parisian Life painting. Likewise, Garcia was said to earn P540,000 a month and appointed some 130 vice-presidents who earn P70,000 a month. There were allegations that GSIS contributed at least P100 million to the campaign funds of Pres. Arroyo. Garcia was retained in his post despite appeals from GSIS employees.

    In 2004, before the Senate committee on government corporations and public enterprises, Garcia dismissed the charges and said GSIS is “the country’s top performing government-owned and controlled corporation.” He did not comment on the Juan Luna paintings.

    FG as OFW envoy

    In December, President Arroyo designated Mike Arroyo as an OFW envoy so he could represent her in the countries she could not visit. However, critics assailed Arroyo’s announcement when they learned that his activities as OFW envoy would be funded by a proposed overseas workers legal assistance fund. They feared that the Arroyo couple would use the funds for her 2004 campaign. While the President did not recall her husband’s designation, the First Gentleman voluntarily resigned.

    Naia’s Terminal 3

    In 2002, Transportation Secretary Pantaleon Alvarez obtained overpriced subcontracts for public works projects related to the terminal. Among these is Wintrack Builders Inc., owned by Alvarez, which bagged a site-development project.

    Piatco was also accused of paying huge sums of money to Alfonso S. Liongson, PR consultant and said to be an associate of the First Gentleman, for permits or supplementary agreements to the contract. In 2003, Arroyo revoked Piatco’s build-operate- transfer contract and the government took over the airport in 2004. After almost a decade, the airport was partially opened in 2008.

    2003

    Rotten rice!

    In February 2003, Nueva Vizcaya Rep. Carlos Padilla revealed that 600,000 metric tons of rice imported from India were found to be rotten and moldy. Kishore Hemlani, an Indian trader allegedly close to Arroyo, reportedly bagged the P9.5 billion contract for the rice importation.

    Anthony Abad, head of the National Food Authority, had to dispose of some P2.2-million worth of moldy rice stocks and tried to dispose of the remaining sacks in order to recover at least P2.5 billion.

    Undeclared wealth in San Francisco

    Since she got elected in 1992 as senator, Arroyo had failed to declare in her Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth the properties her husband Mike Arroyo bought in San Francisco through his California-based LTA Realty Corporation. According to Newsbreak, Mike acquired, resold, and managed at least five properties with a total value of at least $7.1 million in the Bay City from 1992 to 2000. The First Couple said the properties were bought in trust for Ignacio or Iggy Arroyo, Mike’s younger brother.

    Mikey Arroyo’s imported horses

    In August, news broke out that presidential son Juan Miguel “Mikey” Arroyo planned to import 32 thoroughbred horses from Melbourne, Australia worth P384 million (at P12 million per horse). Mikey denied the allegation but admitted that he was in the horse-trade business.

    He owns Franchino Farms along with cousin Franchino Pamintuan and friend Ralph Mondragon. (We requested for Mikey’s SALN but it has not been granted as of press time.)

    Jose Pidal accounts

    In August, opposition Sen. Panfilo Lacson accused First Gentleman Jose Miguel Arroyo of money laundering: he allegedly siphoned off at least P321 million in campaign funds and contributions and put these in a secret bank account under the name Jose Pidal. He also supposedly used the names of his aides in three other accounts. According to Lacson, among the donors was then Rep. Mark Jimenez who gave P8 million. Arroyo’s younger brother, Iggy, came forward and admitted he is Jose Pidal.

    Oakwood mutiny

    Defense Secretary Angelo Reyes’ alleged involvement in selling arms and ammunitions to guerilla and bandit groups moved 300 young officers and enlisted men of the AFP to rebel against the government in July. Reyes was forced to resign a few weeks later. The rebel soldiers were detained.

    The 321 armed soldiers apologized for the failed rebellion. In 2004, 133 of the soldiers were freed. Capt. Nicanor Faeldon, one of the alleged leaders, escaped in December 2005. Four other leaders escaped after Faeldon did. Faeldon was captured in 2007 but escaped again a few months after.

    Reyes, since then, has held other Cabinet posts: environment secretary and energy secretary.

    Congress vs. Supreme Court

    The clash of the two co-equal bodies was all about the billions of pesos in Judiciary Development Fund (JDF) and how it was spent. The Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC) and its allies in Congress, peeved that they were being ignored by the Supreme Court, went after Chief Justice Hilario Davide. They almost impeached him.

    President Arroyo acted on the controversy only when it reached crisis proportions. She was balancing between competing interests: her political support from Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco’s NPC and Davide’s tenure on the Court.

    2004

    The super-rich general

    In December, Maj. Gen. Carlos F. Garcia’s son was apprehended by US Customs officials at the San Francisco airport for carrying $100,000 in undeclared cash. AFP Chief of Staff Narciso Abaya asked Garcia to explain and transferred him to another position.

    Later in the year, US Customs and the Federal Bureau of Investigation transmitted to the office of Ombudsman Simeon Marcelo a list of the amounts that General Garcia had brought into the US from 1993 to 2003, which was estimated at P71 million.

    In October 2004, Garcia was charged with violating Articles of War 95 (conduct unbecoming of an officer and gentleman) and 96 (acts prejudicial to good order and military discipline) for failing to declare all his assets in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth and for possessing a US green card. In April 2006, the military court sentenced Garcia to a two-year confinement without pay and allowance and dishonorable discharge. Garcia also faced graft charges in the same court.

    In February 2009, Garcia’s sons, Juan Pablo and Ian Carl were indicted in the US with one count of conspiracy to commit bulk cash smuggling, failing to file a report of monetary instruments, and making false statements to a US government agency. The sons were placed in US custody until proven innocent. On the same month, Garcia was found guilty of misdeclaring his assets and liabilities in 2000. He was acquitted from two other perjury cases.

    On June 2009, the Sandiganbayan acquitted Garcia of the last perjury case, saying there was no proof that the retired general lied in his 1997 SALN. However, the retired general is still facing plunder and forfeiture cases in the Sandiganbayan and is still being detained in Camp Crame.

    No bidding for Northrail

    The Northrail project started during Ramos’s administration but it was only in February 2004 when Finance Secretary Juanita Amatong entered into a credit loan agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China. The agreement granted the Philippine government a $400-million loan facility to finance the construction of the project.

    Critics said the interest rate on the loan per annum (3%) is much higher than the rate on other loan packages that the Philippines could have availed itself of. China National Machinery and Equipment Corporation was designated as the prime contractor for the project without public bidding. The Senate probed the issue but the hearings were stalled in 2005 after Malacañang issued EO 464, requiring Cabinet members to seek presidential clearance before they could testify in congressional hearings.

    Fertilizer fund scam

    The controversy started when President Arroyo was accused of using fertilizer funds for the 2004 election. The fund, worth P728 million, fell under the Ginintuang Masagana Ani Program. Jocelyn Bolante, agriculture undersecretary and regarded as the architect of the fund, left the country and sought asylum in America. He came back to the country in 2008 and faced the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee.

    Bolante told the Senate that (1) he does not know who nominated or recommended him to be an agriculture undersecretary, (2) it was former Agriculture Secretary Luis Lorenzo who requested the release of the funds, (3) the fertilizer fund was valid and legal and was approved by the DA, and that (4) when he left the department in August 2004, 91% of the fertilizer funds had been liquidated already.

    The committee recommended the filing of plunder and other criminal case against him and nine other persons but no case was filed. In January 2009, the panel who investigated the fertilizer fund scam submitted the proposed resolution to Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez.

    No reports on the investigation have been released from both the Ombudsman and the justice department. In March 2009, Bolante disclosed a plan to run either as governor or congressman in Capiz, Roxas.

    Philhealth cards for campaign

    Six weeks before the May 2004 elections, two lawyers filed a disqualification case against President Arroyo, saying she was behind the enhanced Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office’s Greater Medicare Access or GMA program. Public funds were allegedly spent to enroll families in PhilHealth for one year. The premium cost of P1,200 for each family member was chargeable to PhilHealth and the PCSO. The IDs, bearing Arroyo’s picture and name, were coincidentally distributed during the start of the election campaign.

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       Then for HEAVEN’S SAKE, IF YOU HAVE THIS  FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE , Why  NOT VOLUNTEER YOURSELF   to be a CREDIBLE WITNESS  for the Administration  SO AT LEAST  there should be one Winning CASE ? IF YOU WANT    ARGUE HERE IN THIS BLOG, that those CASES THAT WERE THROWN OUT BY THE COURT   was wrong because YOU HAVE EVIDENCE YOU CAN PRESENT ?  You are saying ???

      • dongvee

         Never mind that guy. He is a hopeless case. Just like his boss.

  • JasonBieber

    Aquino not being able to let Arroyo go is getting a bit embarrassing. He keeps talking about anomalies from the previous Administration as if his current Administration is not dealing with anomalies as well, which they are. And most of the times the anomalies are from Aquino’s KKK.

    It would be nice if Aquino could work and have accomplishments to define his term but instead he is letting his assault against his predecessor define it.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/Q63DUTCNJJKCYNURT4A4C6QZJM marco

    pesteng presidente to ayaw tumigil ng kadadakdak …hindi na ata maganda ang ganitong mga pannanalita ..alam ng lahat kung ano pero sobra na…gumawa ka na lang ng tama mas mainam pa 

    • jgl414567

       Ikaw ang peste at hindi si Pnoy!

    • leomar101

       Hindi lang peste pre, boang pa. bwahahaha. Kawawa ang Pilipinas nagkaroon ng ganitong  klaseng presidente. hahahaha.

  • boybakal

    Aquino just can’t let Arroyo go….

    Something is bothering the President….Arroyo, Arroyo, Arroyo.
    Pnoy should consult a Doctor why Arroyo is always on his mind.

  • JosengSisiw1

    Until arroyo and his corrupt family are in prison, the president and the next president should not forget how the arroyos corrupted and squandered the phil economy. All the filipinos should all be the same, walang patawad, kahit maysakit at nagsasakit-sakitan pa.

    • popeyee

      at sana, walang ina-appoint si penoy sa kanyang gobyerno na may nakabinbing kaso…at kung may warrant, huwag nya sanang bini-bail-out para pantay=pantay ang tingin nya sa mga constituents nya, hindi yong may pinipili lang siya..

      • JosengSisiw1

        Actually hindi po si Penoy ang topic ko kungdi si Arroyo na dapat di natin kalimutang mga Pilipino ang corruption ng kanyang pamilya. Pero tama mo po kayo sa sinasabi nyo, I totally agree.

  • popeyee

    “Without naming names, Aquino took potshots at the political clan that has ruled Quezon province’s third district for the past two decades”.BAKIT DI NYA BINANGGIT ANG MGA TANADA NA ILANG HERERASYON NG NAKAUPO  PERO GANON PA RIN LAGAY NG MGA TAGA QUEZON?

  • popeyee

    Paano na kaya kung walang GMA? Siguro walang lalabas na salita sa mga bibig ni Pwenoy. Kahit saan magpunta Arroyo pa rin ang lumalabas sa bunganga ni Pwenoy…2013 na Pwenot, wala ka na sa 2010 election campaign… move on..

  • disqusted0fu

    If Pnoy’s term ended today, he will be known as the President who threw the sultanates under the bus, founder of the untouchable KKK, and of course the number one fan of GMA. When is this obsession going to end? By then maybe, just maybe we can experience some progress.

  • BOYPDAF

    ALCALA SUBOK NA..SUAREZ Pakisagot sno ang nagsabotahe ng Helicopter ni GOV NANTES at NAGPAPATAY KAY MAYOR EMRALINO

    • Eva Romero Cabrera

      sira ulo nito..gagawin pa kaming manghuhula…itanong mo kay pnoy..baka isagot sa iyo si gloria ang gumawa…ha ha ha..e kasi tanga…

  • boybakal

     Aquino just can’t let Arroyo go…Leave her alone.

  • ye854bela729

    Why what happen to my reply sa mga basto na nagmumura you published it why U moderator did not publish my answers to all kadiring mga tau di pdi nyo parang mga kato boys at walng pinagaralan naka pdi pa rito WHY HUH!

  • thunderbolt01

    Inubo na naman sa pagko condemn kay Arroyo samantalang ipinagmamalaki ang mga achievements(daw) niya. Yan ay senyales na hindi tama ang iyong ginagawa at sa susunod baka bigla ka nalang tumimbwang diyan dahil sa sakit mo. Siguradong mayroon na itong emphyzema o COPD at worst baka lung cancer dahil mayroon silang cancer cell sa lahi nila.

  • frankeid

    Maniwala ba kayo na ang mga magagandang nangyayari sa pinas ay kay Pnoy lang hardwork? Ako hindi.Sa tingin nyo ba sa 3 yrs lang magagawa nya yun lahat ang sinasabi nya na achievement? Ako hindi. Napakabungagero nya lang na presidente kaya wala may gusto magsalita kasi pinapahiya nya agad. Yan ang tatics nya kasi masyado syang mayabang marami ang support sa kanya. Re Conditional Cash transfer na yan kay GMA yan project. Itinuloy nya lang at dinagdagan pondo. Tapos claim nya  nasa kanya. Yung self sufficiency ng rice supply natin started during GMA. Matagal na yan na project na gin pattern from Thailand but what happened Pnoy never acknowledged ang mga contributions ni GMA. Ang yabang nya magsalita parang sya lang ang magaling. Eh sa sarili nya nga wala syang accomplishment kung hindi sya tinulungan ng mother nya at mga kapatid.Darating ang panahon babalik sa kanya ang mga sinasabi nyang pag tapak tapak sa pagkatao ni GMA. God has His own way to let him  pay for what He is doing. Yung pag tahimik ni GMA one day God will favor on her kasi God do not allow us to judge our neighbor kasi all of us sinners.. One day JUSTICE WILL REIGN FOR THOSE BEING OPPRESSED..

    • boy_kurimaw

      we will see in the coming days lol

  • fuctore

    Hindi kaya naging manliligaw ni GMA itong si ABnoy nung estudyante nya pa ito tapos nabasted lang.
    Grabe sa pagka bitter e.
    Pati pa ba naman ang PAG UBO nya , dahil na din sa pagiging sugapa sa pagyoyosi e
    ke mrs. arroyo pa din ang sisi.
    Wow!
    Kakasira ng peace of mind talaga itong mokong na ito o.

  • boybakal

     “Ang masakit pa nito, habang umaasa tayo sa mga proyekto sa kanila, ang isinasalubong sa atin ay kaliwa’t kanang anomalya.”

    Ang sinasabi mo nangyari, nine years ago.
    2013 na ngayon, Ikaw na ang Presidente Pnoy.
    Mangilabot ka na sa sinasabi mo.

  • $23257130

     wow ha grave na talaga ang corruption sa panahon ni abnoytard. ppppppppwwweeehhh kadiri eeeewwwwwwwww

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AXROSN6LN5YP66EONOKGSSYFY Ngiping Dilaw

    Marami sa mga Filipino ay sunod sunuranmkay PNOY.Pag sinabi ni Noynoy na;
    Noynoy: Mandarambong si Juan!

    Mga tao: Opo, magnanakaw po si Juan

    Noynoy: Murderer si Pedro!

    Mga tao :opo murderer po si Pedro!

    Noynoy: Jueteng Lord si Maria!

    Mga tao:opo jueteng lord po si Maria!

    Noynoy: Mga uto uto kayo!

    Mga tao: opo mga uto uto po kami!

  • disqusted0fu

    This formula of Pnoy is so predictable. Attack GMA of baseless accusations, then trumpet his administration’s baseless achievements. This is what he’s done since 2010 and obviously it does not work. The only thing that this formula solves is the satisfaction of Pnoy’s spite towards GMA. But what about the rest of the PH???

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PXS7DDUUV5OJIXZASTB7ASNCME Graciano

    BUKAS AT LIBRE ANG NEURO PSYCHIATRIC EXAM DTO SA OFFICE NAMEN PARA SAYO MR PRESIDENT. JUST FOR YOU TO KNOW. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DKHID3EEHTG27U5JXRIIUVKXQA Jose Rizal

    Calling all psychiatric & psycholgy professionals, this is a good case study…
    Constantly using the 3rd person and constant blaming, no direct eye contact, fidgety behaviour, unstable reasoning ability, inordinate temper tantrums, out of his body consciousness, cluelessness…and I can go on and on.
    Impeach him now.  It’s for his own good.  He’s exposing his mental state very often.
    Seriously!

    • boybakal

       “He’s exposing his MENTAL STATE very often……”

      His Physical State too….Natae, UUBO Ubo.
      What a shame.

  • TMZPinoy

    Pnoy, Tama lang yan mga banat mo kay GMA at para maalala ng mga kababayan natin na madali makalimot sa mga pandarambong at pagnanakaw nila Gloria Arroyo at Mike Arroyo at sampu ng kanyang mga pamilya…Tandaan mo ito Pnoy, dapat bago matapos ang termino mo si Gloria Arroyo dapat nasa New Bilibid Prison ng Muntinglupa at nang sa ganun pinakita mo sa buong mundo na nakapag pakulong ka ng dating presidente na nag taksil sa bayan. Dyan ako sasaludo ako sa iyo pag napakulong mo ang hayop na mga Arroyo.

    • http://www.facebook.com/estee.muri Estee Muri

       You know what?.  Dapat   Abnoy will also concentrate as to WHO ORDER  TO KILL HIS FATHER…… Ito, ba  you do not want  the Filipino people to  remember ? With regards to GMA, may I ask you , with the cases that  was thrown out  by the Court , left and right  against GMA, may I ask you…DO YOU HAVE ANY PROOF  that  the court  is wrong  of throwing the Cases against GMA. Yes  there are  few cases still pending, but as to why  it is NOT moving MAY  I ASK YOU ? Now, if you have a FIRST HAND  Knowledge  that yes indeed GMA  had stolen  anything  from  the people of the Philippines, I  WOULD LIKE TO  KNOW … WILLING KA BA   to be a CREDIBLE WITNESS FOR THE AQUINO GOVERNMENT  to go to Court? Or  you just Parrot  what the Media and the  enemy of GMA  blabbers on the media ? If you will step forward, para matapos na ang BLAMING ,BLAMING, BLAMING  ni Aquino against GMA, so PLEASE BE OUR GUEST  TO STEP FORWARD .. Okay ba parekoy ? You are saying ?

  • corey guiao _ yahoo.com

    Before that might have been effective but at present nobody will buy that trash talk anymore, bumenta na ngayon bilasa na. pinoy is ressurrecting GMA’s evils because he has been committing a lot of  errors. May Atimonan rubout, may Gumaca farmers, may Sabah stand off, may palpak pang appointees in the COMELEC so he has to look for somebody  for people to forget these and who is it, none other than GMA. Predictable di ba, sa SONA nya I’m sure he will do it again.

  • akoypinoi

    He knows nothing about governance and blaming Gloria is an easy excuse to explain of why his foreign policies has been a failure. Ateneo graduate nga pero baka pasang awa lang yon dahil lang sa pangalan. He forgot that he became president just because of the death of his mother, not because he is a better candidate. Kaya magdusa kayo dahil ibinoto ninyo ang abnoy..

  • JasonBieber

    He is weirdly obsessed with his former teacher. In the last 3 years the only accomplishment that he can boast about is the jailing of GMA. That accomplishment does nothing for the Filipino masses and only satisfied his politically motivated agenda.

    So for that reason, he cannot let his only accomplishment (albeit fake) go.

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

    indeed, there’s something fishy about this obsession or maybe it’s just simply  because arroyo is the only one person closest to his heart;))

  • sopingac

    Pnoy really is nothing on his own. Even being an Aquino would have not catapulted him to the presidency had we not had a very unpopular President in Gloria.

    Even her being not a candidate, Pnoy backers made it seem like they are going against each other and it was the main reason why he won.

    Pnoys incompetence is obvious but the timing was perfect. His mother died and the sitting President was very unpopular. His winning was an emotional choice by the voters but as they say, “a win is a win”. Unfortunately for this country, oligarchy is here to stay.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4XVVCOAZXYTPN2X3IPFCFDSKFM Melvin

    Kailangan! Dapat ulit-ulitin! Hindi dapat makalimutan ng taumbayan ang ginawang pangaabuso sa kapangyarihan at pagnanakaw sa pera ng bayan ng nakaraang administrasyong Arroyo… Sana sa regular jail makulong si GMA hindi sa VMMC…

  • Candida Ruiz

    Kawawa naman talaga ang Pilipinas … I don’t know why Penoy always has to cite these allegations against GMA, whereas not a thing has been proven in court. It’s always Gloria this and Gloria that. IT’S TIME TO MOVE ON PENOY !!! You cannot always blame everything on somebody else. You cannot always blame others for your obvious failures. Own up to it and be a man. Buti pa yung mga kakilala kong mga broken-hearted na tao nakakamove on, bakit ikaw hindi? Rason ng bata na lang yang ginagawa mo, hindi dapat ganyan ang pagiisip ng isang presidente. 

    And now we have you (thinking?) once again that the problem in Sabah is again caused by your political enemies? OMG !!! Mr. President, WAKE UP !!!! Do you think yourself blameless on whatever happens in the Philippines nowadays? It is very convenient for you to blame someone else for whatever is happening, that way, people will not think you incompetent. Maraming gumagawa nito. But it is not something that should be heard from a sitting president. A president is expected to lead and to inspire, not to whine like a KID and blame somebody else everytime something bad happens. Ano ito? Playground? Penoy, hindi naman siguro tanga lahat ng tao sa Pilipinas, na iisipin parati na lahat ng masamang nangyayari habang termino mo ay kasalanan ng iba. 

    Actually, from what I see, malaking pagkakamali yung paghalal sayo bilang presidente. In the end, it will not be you who will be affected by the decisions you make, but, sorry to say, it is the Filipino people who will have to live with it ….

  • boy_kurimaw

    TATLONG TAON NG PALAGING NAKA NECK BRACE SI PANDAK! KAILAN MO KAY AALISIN YAN HAHAHA. STYLE MO BULOK PUTANAYDAMO MAPANAKO!

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