PRESIDENT AQUINO has declared every December 9 as National Anti-Corruption Day. Corrupt politicians and corrupt people in government were unfazed. They still have 364 days anyway.

To raise awareness on corruption issues, December 9 has been declared National Anti-Corruption Day. Considering the level of corruption in this country, why not make it ‘everyday?’

Here’s some good news. The country’s economy accelerated to 7.1 percent in the third quarter from the 3.2 percent growth rate in the same period last year. Even the government was shocked at this unexpected development. Maybe we’re just doing great or maybe… maybe the Mayans were right after all.

The government reported that Philippine economy grew 7.1 percent in the third quarter making it the best performer in Southeast Asia, and second only in Asia – behind Psy.

Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Arsenio Balisacan says the high GDP growth is expected to translate to more jobs for Filipinos. And RPN 9 employees were like, “Yeah right!”

The economy posted a surprising 7.1 percent growth in the third quarter. Still, that was nothing compared to the 300 percent growth rate of Aman Futures in the first quarter.

The country’s economy posted a 7.1 percent growth. The economy is doing good senatorial aspirants have spent more on political ads these days than they’ll do in the campaign period.

The economy is doing well thousands of nursing board passers are now finally employed – in call centers.

The economy is doing well even the party-list system has become a booming business.

Miriam and JLo
Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago watched the concert of multiplatinum artist Jennifer Lopez last Monday. But the feisty lawmaker was reportedly not impressed by the performance; reminding her of Niel Tupas during the impeachment trial.

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago described the Jennifer Lopez concert as an “assault to my ears.” To which Atty. Vitaliano Aguirre said, “Now you know.”

Bonifacio Day
November 30 is a national holiday. Filipinos are expected to commemorate the martyrdom of Gat Andres Bonifacio – or as Aguinaldo’s descendants would say, “Sino ‘yon?”

I’m just curious, how do they observe Bonifacio Day in Cavite?

Top 8 Newspaper Headlines If Andres Bonifacio Were Alive Today

No. 8:
Bonifacio to mark 149th birthday in Tondo;
Guinness reps to award “Oldest Living Man” certificate

No. 7:
Scientists baffled
Filipino revolutionary finishes 10K fun run

No. 6:
Single for 69 years
Andres laughs off gay rumors; dismisses tabloid report as “sick” and “irresponsible”

No. 5:
Estrada, Lim seek endorsement of Ka Andres;
KKK founder to announce choice on eve of polls

No. 4:
CPP-NPA shocked
Ka Andres calls on Reds to give up arm struggle

No. 3:
Bonifacio’s memoir “full of half-truths, distorted facts” – Aguinado scion

No. 2:
Torn Bonifacio cedula fetches $35,000 on eBay

And the No. 1 newspaper headline if Bonifacio were still alive…

Boni over Bieber
Pinoy centenarian’s guesting on Gandang Gabi Vice trends in at least 14 countries
“The best way to boost the economy is to redistribute wealth downward, as poorer people tend to spend a higher proportion of their income.”
― Ha-Joon Chang, 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism

Quote of the Day
“I was shocked beyond belief at the attack, the assault on my ears. It was so loud, and there were so many people. They turned themselves into a frenzy. Actually they were worshipping at the foot of someone who’s no longer human. She morphed into a digital idol. That was my experience last night.”
~Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago describing her JLo concert experience

You Have Spoken
Dapat na bang i-abolish ang party-list system sa bansa?
– YES. Masyado nang naabuso. Wala rin namang pagbabago. 83.2%
– NO! May matitino at genuine groups pa rin naman. 12%
– Ano ba ‘yang party-list system? 4.8%

Enjoy the long weekend!

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[JLO’s photo: elysplanet.com]

Author: professionalheckler

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