IN A SURVEY on corruption conducted by Transparency International, Filipino respondents said the police sector was the most corrupt in the country. Congressmen are demanding a recount.
Nearly 4 in 10 Filipinos think corruption in the Philippines went down in the past two years. President Aquino’s speechwriters reacted, “Pwede nang pang-SONA ‘yan.”
The House of Representatives is now busy preparing for President Aquino’s State of the Nation Address on July 22. Repairs and repainting have been made. Security will be very tight in Batasan. Signage have been put in place: No protest rallies; No unruly hecklers; No suicide attempts.
In his opening remark before the Supreme Court, RH Law petitioner Francisco ‘Kit’ Tatad asked, “Have we become a democracy only to submit to state supervision and control?” And ‘Martial Law’ was like, “Senti ka na naman friend!”
Former senator Kit Tatad, who argued for the petitioners, described the RH Law as “genocide.”
“Dear Mr. Tatad,
Hiyang-hiya naman ako sa inyo.”
Parañaque Rep. Gustavo Tambunting proposed a bill that would require government men to follow certain protocols in carrying out demolitions to prevent violence. The proposed bill is called “existent.”
To ease traffic congestion in the metro especially on EDSA, a four-day work week was proposed by Atty. Romulo Macalintal. Yes, that’s Romy Macalintal – the election lawyer. Let’s vote on his proposal.
Malacañang has rejected lawyer Romulo Macalintal’s proposed four-day work week – although rumors have it the President has been following that schedule for three years now.
Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum says based on historical records, a very strong earthquake may hit Metro Manila within this lifetime. It may shock motorists but EDSA will probably move.
George Clooney and his girlfriend of two years, Stacy Keibler have called it quits. Clooney is single again. He can’t seem to find his true love. He should try politics and run for president.
Dwight Howard has left the Los Angeles Lakers. He transferred to the Houston Rockets – not to TV5 as rumored earlier.
Former First Lady Imelda Marcos is 84 years old. The other night, she told GMA News TV that she had her first stem cell treatment in 1971. The secret is out! It’s not formalin.
“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”
~ G. Edward Griffin
“Jueteng could be stopped, but what’s the alternative livelihood for the 163,000 people who work as collectors?”
~Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada
Ingat kay Typhoon Huaning!
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