7 candidates in PDI forum vow to back antidynasty bill


INQUIRER FORUM Senatorial candidates discuss issues ranging from antidynasty to Charter change in the First Inquirer Senate Forum held at UP Diliman, Quezon City, on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. The seven participants who came and shared their thoughts are (from left) Koko Pimentel, Jun Magsaysay, Ernesto Maceda, Loren Legarda, Chiz Escudero, Richard Gordon and Alan Peter Cayetano. ARNOLD ALMACEN/COMPOSITE PHOTO

TRUE BELIEVER Inquirer president and CEO Sandy Prieto-Romualdez welcomes guests to the Inquirer forum on Wednesday. She reiterated in her welcome remarks that the Inquirer believes in the free exchange of ideas. ARNOLD ALMACEN

Senatorial candidates who participated in the First Inquirer Senate Forum on Wednesday vowed not to oppose an antidynasty bill should the measure be considered in the next Congress.

Former Senators Ramon Magsaysay Jr. and Ernesto Maceda expressed a willingness to sponsor a bill that would ban relatives from occupying various government positions at the same time.

Magsaysay said all he needed was a clear signal from President Aquino, like a move certifying the bill as urgent, and he would be ready with his draft.

Reelectionist Sen. Francis Escudero, whose congressman father died a few months ago, said he would inhibit himself during committee hearings and plenary debates if only to allay fears that he might help craft a “self-serving” measure.

Escudero’s mother, Evelina, herself is running for representative in Sorsogon’s first district.

“But expect me to vote. There might not be enough senators to do so if there are too many colleagues related to each other and who would then inhibit themselves,” he told reporters at the sidelines of the forum on “How does the Senate really work” at the University of the Philippines Film Center in Diliman.

Reelectionist Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, however, warned fellow candidates that a discussion of the bill would not be easy.


“Obstacles” abound, he said. Like, until what degree of relationship or consanguinity should a run for office by a second family member be prohibited? Or which government offices would be covered by the law? Would the bill only prohibit relatives running for elective posts? What about appointive positions? Or even those in the judiciary?

Pimentel, whose sister Gwen lost in the 2010 senatorial election and whose father Aquilino Jr. had three Senate terms in the post-Edsa Congress, said the antidynasty bill was among the potential pet measures he studied after he was belatedly sworn in as senator in August 2011.

Article 2, Section 26, of the Constitution prohibits political dynasties. Trouble is, the Charter needs an enabling law for the policy to be observed.

“I ran out of time on this bill,” Pimentel said. “But if I would be lucky enough to get reelected, I would be ready to file a model bill, whether Malacañang certifies it as urgent or not. The more important thing is to be able to explain to other lawmakers and the people why this measure is necessary.”

As it is, there is doubt whether Congress could come up with an antidynasty bill at all.

For example, the so-called “three kings” of the United Nationalist Alliance all have children running for senator—Vice President Jejomar Binay’s daughter Nancy, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile’s son Jack and former President Joseph Estrada’s son Jose Victor, or JV. JV’s elder brother Jinggoy is on his second term that expires in 2016.

In the administration’s Team PNoy slate, reelectionist Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano rejoins sister Pia in the chamber if he wins. President Aquino’s cousin Bam Aquino and aunt Tingting Cojuangco are in the senatorial race.

Magsaysay, who has an in-law also running for senator, recalled that there had been attempts to file an antidynasty bill in the past but all never gained traction.

“This means a certification by Malacañang has become necessary. If the leader has political will to remove political dynasties, maybe we can give him a window period of six years? I don’t know. But more important right now is to start dealing with the culture that is tended toward dynasties,” he explained.

Let voter decide

Magsaysay also suggested that the government subject the antidynasty bill to a referendum if only to measure its public acceptability.

Escudero, however, said that an antidynasty bill might not be necessary if only voters refuse to establish these in their communities.

“With or without a law, if people don’t want a dynasty, they would simply not vote for those who would tend to build one. If one does not really prefer a politician ruling with his sibling, spouse, child and cousin, the voter has the freedom not to vote for them,” he said in an ambush interview.

“That is the way a voter shows his sentiment on the dynasty issue,” Escudero added.

Maceda said the antidynasty bill should limit to only one person per family the occupants of national positions ranging from President, Vice President, senator and congressman.

This limitation should also apply to governors and mayors, he added.

“I don’t think it should go as low as councilor or barangay councilman (kagawad),” said Maceda, who has a son occupying a city council seat in Manila.

Loren stands out

Among the forum participants, only Sen. Loren Legarda stood out for her consistency, according to Angela Sebastian, chairperson of the UP College of Mass Communication Student Council.

“I wanted to hear concrete plans of action, but most of the candidates gave motherhood statements,” said Sebastian, who asked about legislation in the education sector.

“Of them, Senator Legarda was the one who was really firm in her stand and advocacy, and that’s what she incorporated in all her answers,” she added.

Wearing a red shirt bearing the face of his daughter Kristel, Christopher Tejada said he was inspired by Sen. Alan Cayetano, who stressed the need for state universities to be self-sufficient and provide free education to all Filipinos.

Education as a right

“The death of my daughter gave all struggling students and their families a face, so we are pushing for education as a right,” said Tejada.—With a report from Lawrence de Guzman, Inquirer Research

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  • SMEjhong

    Education is a right (it should be)…Education shouldn’t be a previlege for a few who can afford it. Same goes with suffrage; it is a right and not be used as a venue for something else..GISING mga botante, be wise who to vote for.

    • tyurl

      Basic education is a right. Tertiary education is a privilege.

  • superpilipinas

    Education can be free if the government has the money to spend for it. But as it is, the government is losing money to corruption and incompetence, like the !20 Billion Oil Tax lost over 3 years.

    For education to be free, govt must generate more income by genuinely eliminating corruption and incompetence. This will be achieve easily with an FOI bill.

    But Aquino and his allies do not want the FOI bill, so the solution is to not vote for Team PNoy. They are just as bad as UNA, LP, NP, NPC, Lakas, Kampi, etc.

    Vote for new people who can easily be removed if they don’t achieve expectations.

    • rodben

      U R correct bro. how many years they are in the Senate…27yrs now nothing change every election these candidates Plataporma are magaganda pretending pro-poor…but after they are elected tight your belt tuition fees to all colleges and universities will go up plus all basic goods…these senators are become BULAG, PIPI’T BINGI because their kids are free in schooling and some are getting education in other countries preparing to be politician too…so we need new faces, new idea and a real person for changes not only for the rich become richers but to all Pinoys…MABUHAY KYO DYAN SA PINAS..

      • Stun Black

        i-outsource na lang ang legislation.

  • RogerLerma

    Anakakabilib talaga ang paborito kong senador! hindi ako nagkamali sa pagpili sayo Ma’am Loren

    • LadyBalmaceda

      Yup! tama ka,siya lang ang may paninindigan.Tulad mo paborito ko din siya

  • DennisTan

    Senator Legarda was the one who was really firm in her stand and
    advocacy, and that’s what she incorporated in all her answers,” ..yan ang dahilan kung bakit number 1 siya sa surveys..

  • NelsonBagatsing

    Ill vote for you Sen Legarda,you deserve to be reelected

  • farmerpo

    Why not invite Binay, Poe, Ejercito,Lapid, Hontiveros, Aquino, Pimentel. Let us hear from them. No subject prompting, just spontaneous thoughts.

  • ClaudineBeretta

    Mahusay talga si loren,im sure tututukan nya nag edukasyon kapg nahalal ulit sya…

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

    Koko-the-cuckold is just all promises. In his two years as senator, he never did anything to pass the antidynasty bill. He also promised not to look down on his wife anymore but he still does. Kaya nga siya tinorotot eh, dahil matapobre siya eh.

  • http://twitter.com/brixvillapando brix villapando

    I hope it will prosper as well as the scrapping of the party List Law. Party List is just a waste of time and money…..they become just a backdoor channel for wealthy politicians….

    • Kent Mike San Juan

      Ahm I think the party-lists that should be crapped are those of the Arroyo’s and other political sons and daughters used by their parents to extend their rule over the country. Sila lang dapat,wag ung mga tunay na marginalized sector. If there are those wasting time lang na party list un ung mga nagpapanggap lang na marginalized sila

  • Komen To

    If the voters will not vote all candidates with relatives in the government, then it will send a strong signal that the people oppose political dynasty. But how many voters know political dynasty? Oppose it? Or know the alternatives? Media, the strongest ally of the people do not even launch educational campaign on it. FOI is set aside and all media can do is wait for things o happen. Listen to their statements, candidates wait for the palace’ approval before they could act on the anti dynasty bill. There is no political will. I hope a private individual could finance a campaign against it

    • Magsasaka

      only 20 percent of our population are considered rich, social climbers not included, this 20 percent are the benefactor and beneficiary of status quo wherein political dynasty reigns, wherein unjust law between workers and businesses exist.

      • regd

        Where did you get your 20%? Are you sure you’re mentally stable? Exclude the middle income people, us poor comprised at least 90% of the population. I’m typing from an internet cafe. How’s that for being poor?

      • Magsasaka

        are you mentally capable?so you’re one of those trying to be rich hehehe

      • dinaimportante

        bobo naman ng reply mo

      • Magsasaka

        asan laman ng reply mo, oks lang na bobo ako kasi ikaw naman presidente namin hehehe

      • ARIKUTIK

        Inamin mo pa na ano ka! Being rich or poor is on each ones imaginary head. More than 60% of Filipinos thinks they are rich enough to support the present leadership system. They though that being better than barely educated moneyless peasants is already rich to be contended. Nowhere did the educated realize that their existence Saks!

      • Magsasaka

        oh come on, you know more than that hehehe. Komen To was citing about who will finance, get it?another member of pitiful bopol hehehe

  • http://go4kangen.com/ Reynaldo

    kapag nagkataon, tapos ang maliligayang araw nila Erap & the like. Lalu na ang mga Durano sa Cebu.

  • http://go4kangen.com/ Reynaldo

    dapat siguro mag karoon ng referendum or maybe and much better ay signature campaigne para dito sa politicval dynasty. kapag majority ay nag signed, ibig sabihin gusto ng sambayanan.

  • manufacturer2

    Of course they will back the anti-dynasty bill.
    They have no dynasty to speak of.
    Tell them to back an anti-pork, anti-pdaf bill.
    THAT, is a true test of their mettle and integrity.

  • kalikasanipagtanggol

    Pangako lang yan gaya ng dati ay mapapako lang! Marami pa din ba magpapaloko sa mga ito?

  • Pogi=”No To Political Dynasty”

    Walang mangyayari dito. Kunyari payag sila pero panlilinlang lang ang gagawin nila sa mamayan hanggat sa makalimutan na naman.

    Anong obstacle ang pinagsasabi nyo? Gusto nyo lang magpasa ng batas na may butas. Straight forward lang naman ang kailangan hindi kailangan ng bats na kumlikado. “Bawal ang mgakapatid, ama, nanay, pinsan,lolo,lola,kerida,anak sa labas, isama na rin ang mga sipsip sa paligid nyo. O mahirap ba?

  • Mang_Ben

    “7 candidates in PDI forum vow to back antidynasty bill”

    Why not say ” … vow to back antidynasty bill up”
    “… vow to support antidynasty bill” instead
    “. . . vow to back antidynasty bill “?

  • firmelilia_12LAF

    I am disappointed with Escudero’s opinion on the anti-dynasty issue: “… an anti-dynasty bill might not be necessary if only voters refuse to establish this in their communities.” Factually, it’s the voters, most specifically of local communities, who are the culprits behind this cursed political culture. Magsaysay, the innately good political heritage of his well-loved father, is true to form in his opinion on this issue: a national referendum which will really extract the national sentiment of the Pinoys. In this connection, a massive education of the masses is all that is expedient and media, both print and broadcast, can play a sterling role on this. Only people power through the vote can deal these self-serving politicians in congress their waterloos. Come on, Pinoys, let’s blow into pieces these buwayas in Congress!

    • Kent Mike San Juan

      Well said.. education is the key,,and those buwayas will counter it with misinformation so beware din dapat mga tao

  • koolkid_inthehouse

    Support the anti-political dynasties candidates.

  • buttones

    Of COURSE these candidates will say they will support an Anti- Dynasty Bill it’s a popular topic at the moment for a vote but the Bill will never get through Congress- it’s been tried before- NONE of our Congresses over the last 26 years have wanted this interference in their family affairs. The authors of our Constitution didn’t want it either that’ s why the Article is written as it is, [as prescribed by Law] Our Congress, our cities, our provinces and towns are ALL dynastical; has nobody even noticed? Does anybody really think that members of Congress will pass a Bill that prescribes their very demise? To destroy themselves and their way of life and income? I don’t think so! They say ’let the voter decide’ on anti-dynasty, given the convoluted breeding habits of many it’s difficult to know who’s who.

    On education- free? Great if we can afford it, few countries can. As a ’right’? Well it is already…

  • jackereno

    in general, election is a total waste of money. look at the faces of these candidates. puro mananamantala lang sa pork barrel. alisin muna ang pork barrel, only then we will have a genuine candidates who will have a real intention of serving the country. when pork barrel is there to feast on, they will only concentrate on how most of it can go to their pocket. ang political dysnasty ay pangalawang problema lang yan; walang pork barrel, political dynasty will automatically disappear. kung hindi maaalis ang pork barrel, wag na tayo bumoto, waste of time and money lang yan. kita mo naman ang pagmumukha nila, may mapagkakatiwalaan ka ba sa mga iyan? ang tatamis mangako, yun lang. hay buhay, kawawa pinas.

  • Loggnat

    Just prioritized the FOI bill and pass it, then the public can determine how dedicated and effective these politicians are in doing their job. Good public servants regardless of being a member of a political clan should be voted as many times it is legally possible as long as they are actually providing good service to the people and the nation.

  • Mico Chopitea

    If and when they get elected, their stand on this would change at once. Wanna bet?

  • http://www.facebook.com/rtacogdoy Randy Tacogdoy

    This is a very good example of a typical, narrow and linear perspective on how people and the government should think and act on the issue of political dynasty (qouted from the published article):

    “With or without a law, if people don’t want a dynasty, they would simply not vote for those who would tend to build one. If one does not really prefer a politician ruling with his sibling, spouse, child and cousin, the voter has the freedom not to vote for them”

    My comment:

    People don’t vote their leaders based primarily on the issue of political dynasty. Other factors are more important to many. For instance, on who can give them a few of their basic needs even just for a day or who have promised them employment for their family members (no matter how temporary) if they win in the elections.

    On the other hand, a prominent democracy scholar R. Koch reminds us that people have the tendency to be narrow-minded, short-sighted and would pursue their personal interest over the overall long-term public welfare. This can actually be exploited by crooked politicians to stay in power for a very long time together with their family members (thus the political dynasty).

    For those who intelligently voted for their perceived intelligent and morally upright leaders, they believe that they did so in the hope that whom they elected to the public office, particularly in the legislative branch, are competent enough to create or initiate a policy that will cater for the common good of everyone as their elected representative – the one that can propose and fight for an anti-dynasty rule to be institutionalized as a matter of public policy and not the one who will wait for the people to do it in their capacity because it shouldn’t suppose to happen that way in a representative democracy like ours.

    Politicians know that most people have only one day to directly be involved in our democracy (through voting in the election, indirectly in terms of policy-making). How many days are there in a year and how many years is a term for elected leaders? Within that much longer period of time than people have the chance to vote, what took these politicians too long to decide on something that is explicitly stated in the Constitution, and in fact, part of their sworn mandates? Yet, many politicians still treat their public positions as ownership rather than stewardship. In fact, they are unwilling to give or pass those postions to others aside from their own family members as long as possible at the expense of the true spirit of democracy.

  • Magsasaka

    sana magkaisa ang mga botante na puros mga hindi kilala naman ang iboto para magkaroon ng tunay na pagbabago sa gobyerno

  • jpastor

    Ang congress ay dapat talaga gumawa ng enabling law. Kung sasabihin nila marami sa members ng congress ang may mga kamaganak na nasa position at hindi papasa ang anumang bill bilang batas ay hindi tama dahil sila mismo lumalabag sa Saligang Batas.
    Unang-una akala ba nila sila lang ang magaling at may kakayahan upang maging opisyal ng gobierno?

    Pangalawa sabihin na natin meron isang pamilya na nasa poder na totoong hindi nagnanakaw PERO hindi ba nila naisip na may ibang pamilya din na nasa poder at ang pakay ay magnakaw lamang at ginagamit ang kapangyarihan hindi sa pininilbihan kung hindi upang magkamal pa ng yaman galing sa kaban ng mamamayan.
    Panghuli, dahil nahumog na ang kanilang isip sa masamang politika akala nila na honest sila pero nungka isipin na lang na kung bakit gagawa sila ng paraan upang gumastos ng milyon-milyon upang mahalal sa suweldo kakarampot lamang! Sasabihin ba nila public service ang pakay nila?
    Ilang kayang politiko sa history ng PH na mahirap pagkatapos ng termino? Lahat sila oras na mahalal maglalaro ng sungka-sungka na walang gagawin kundi mag-subi para sa ginastos at gagastosin pa.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pspedroche Pompeyo Pedroche

    Dynasties in both Congress and the Senate will never self-destruct; neither can they be destroyed by the ballots. The only alternative is destruction from without: blood and bullets, not ballots.

  • kismaytami

    LOL! Prang tanga lang itong si magsaysay. Natural, hindi ka bibigyan ng go signal ng amo mo. Kasi, siya mismo eh miyembro ng political dynasty at may manok rin na kamag-anak ngayong eleksyon. Hindi importante ang certification ng Malacanang, KUNG GUSTO MO TALAGA.

  • j pg

    Loren, Cayetano, Gordon!

    • Guest

      You’re right! Ang naalala ko lang eh yung ginawa niyang pambabastos kay
      Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile noon.

  • alex_diaz2014

    #1 ATTY. SAMSON ALCANTARA for senator!

  • Yxon

    all candidates should attend here or in some comelec sponsored forums so that the voters could select effectively. none attendance should be a ground for disqualification of their candidacy.

  • pinoyislander

    bakit kasama dito yung hipokrotong tejada parents. no need for this useless parents comment. anak nga nila di mabantayan ang galing mangsisi ng iba.

  • disqus_WIkXYUshrh

    Where are the 3 products of political dynasty? Nancy Binay, JV Ejercito-Estrada and Jackie Enrile?

    Reason? They have no sensible platform as in their expensive TV ads.

  • rinom

    sa ngayon dahil election time, ngayon sinasabi nila ayaw nila dynasty pero pagkatapos ng election, iba na. just know them because of their work and that is enough.

  • $17531445

    Promises, promises. If a politician running for election promises you the moon, you’d have a moon for a head if you believe him.

  • disqus_WIkXYUshrh

    ANTI_POLITICAL DYNASTY LAW will be extremely difficult to pass in both congress because almost everybody in both upper and lower congress will be adversely affected by it.

    Politics became a habitual illegal source of huge family in come in the country for both congress and LGUs and even appointed government officials..

    First step be, is to remove Pork barrels and excessive allowances for elected and appointed government officials.

    Let’s show political will to cure this cancer in the Philippine politics.

    • http://twitter.com/ofeliatapia ofelia tapia

      Corrected by! Madali ng gawan na paraan ni Mayor Lani Cayetano ang pondo ng kanyang asawa ngayong election.

  • $14334231

    “Senatorial candidates who participated in the First Inquirer Senate
    Forum on Wednesday vowed not to oppose an anti dynasty bill should the
    measure be considered in the next Congress.”

    and what stupid sitting senator or congressman would do such a thing….check the wordings on their statement.. the key words are “SHOULD” and “CONSIDERED”… many voters will be in awe with this statement…but other than magsaysay, the rest are nothing but building their chances in winning this may election……promises. promises…..lokohin n’yo ang sarili n’yo, huwag kami…..

  • alex_diaz2014

    All these seven candidates have been in the Senate for some time, where’s the bill against Anti-Dynasty? Clearly, they are just riding on the issue to boost their candidacy…


    ONE BIG round juicy bologna!

    Ang sinumang maniwala o magpapadala sa ganyang pagbubusa ay maniniwala din na si pands ay singlinis ng tide.

  • Rodolfo Inferido Villarmia

    The instant solution on political dynasty is cut the pork barrel and eliminate bonuses and travel junket on all elective official. This will discourage politicians with personal motives to run for office. Then past an anti dynasty law.

  • boldyak

    Magsaysay said all he needed was a clear signal from President Aquino, like a move certifying the bill as urgent, and he would be ready with his draft.


    • Pok2

      I’m a relative of that GUY and he is truly a hypocrite like his Boss.

  • boldyak

    “I ran out of time on this bill,” Pimentel said. “But if I would be lucky enough to get reelected, I would be ready to file a model bill, whether Malacañang certifies it as urgent or not. The more important thing is to be able to explain to other lawmakers and the people why this measure is necessary.”

  • boldyak

    Escudero, however, said that an antidynasty bill might not be necessary if only voters refuse to establish these in their communities.

  • boldyak

    “I wanted to hear concrete plans of action, but most of the candidates gave motherhood statements,” said Sebastian, who asked about legislation in the education sector.

    “Of them, Senator Legarda was the one who was really firm in her stand and advocacy, and that’s what she incorporated in all her answers,” she added.

    ….sebastian, you didn’t even captioned the answer of legarda on the issue of political dynasty…yet you say you need concrete plans…there was never even a plan of actions…you have diverted the issue to education and yet the headline is about dynasty…what a crap…

  • pilosopo4

    What we need is a bill to qualify voters who keep electing families into public office..

  • 100345roselia

    As long as majority of us (electorate) are “BOBO,” less educated (worst no read /
    no write), could hardly afford one meal a day, lives on poverty level, can’t think
    “out-of-the-box”, misplaced / twisted priorities, can’t recognize what is immorally wrong from morally right, political dynasty will be w/ us for quite sometime. Who’s to be blamed: the politicians, us (electorate), our govt electoral system or all of the above?

    The political dynasty if just a REFLECTION on us as a people. No foreigner has
    the right to judge ones culture. It is OUR OWN CULTURE.. Whether it is good or bad — it is up to us. What do think?

  • Ganymede

    The bottom line is… anti-dynasty is in our Constitution, so you lawmakers should see to it that this provision is implemented.

    PS. If Binay becomes President in 2016, this will be scrapped out from our Constitution.

  • labcu

    the Filipino people need honest, douable, implementable and sustainable development/economic opportunities that would shape their present life into a more progressive and meaningful one meaning meeting all the basic needs consequently
    breaking the barriers to meet higher levels of their hierarchy of needs. Walk the talk and political will is needed not hallow and false promises just to project good-self and intent.
    The enduring quality of the Filipino people is they still continue to believe, to hope that someday, somehow after this May election even just 1 or 2, a few will emerge as true leaders and servants of the people who can give and show them the real meaning of being a Filipino!

  • AntiAko

    They will not oppose since they will not introduce it in the first place. This is such a no-brainer!

  • Paking

    Set-up the objectives then layout the rules! 1.”No” to political dynasty, this has been going on for decades and never did us any good. 2. “No” to Pork Barrel, everybody knows that the bulk of the money goes to corruption. 3. “No” to poor quality of public education. 4. “No” to the incursion of China on the Scarborough Shoal. 4. “No” to the unresolved issue of Sabah. 5. “No” to proliferation of popular but inutile political candidates, only the morally upright and the best and the brightest shall be allowed to run for elected positions. 6. “No” to non-performing members of the congress and senate, remove the rotten fruits if they can not serve the public well. 7. “No” to soaring unemployment and many more “No(s)” that needs serious and immediate attention to make our country become great again. Huwag nang iboto yong mga “sikat na bobo” at “mga anak ng trapo” para di tayo magpatuloy na kawawa.

  • chingnarciso

    Seguro kapag naging law ang anti dynasty,maraming mag kakamag ank na magpapatayan na mga buwayang politician. Unahan seguro silang mag parehestro sa comelic na maging kandidato sa susunod na election…


    I am against dynasties but unless carefully written this bill would have stopped the Kennedy’s from serving their country.

  • marlo concepcion

    ngayon puro pa-epal lang mga candidato na yan. madami ngayong pinapagawa sa lugar namin. pasikat. pero malamang iiwang nakatiwangwang lang until we vote for them, saka nila tatapusin. style. pero kung ako sa kanila, a good impression would be finishing what their projects. kung nagpapako sila sa krus nuong mahal na araw, kuha nila boto ko.

  • Guest

    So malakas pala tagang kumita si Alan Cayetano sa Senado. Idol ko na siya ngayon! Hehehe!

  • Guest

    Saka andiyan naman ang mga Villars. Madali na makahingi ang askal na si
    Alan Cayetano. Tataytatayan nga niya si Manny Villar di ba?

  • Pok2

    Gordon will support. Blackout lagi sa GAPO sa sobrang KURAKOT ng DYNASTY nila, This is BULLSHIT.

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