VICE PRESIDENT Binay’s rating in Pulse Asia’s September 2014 survey on Filipinos’ presidential preferences dropped to 31 percent from 41 percent in June. Rumors say Binay is depressed because he lost 10 percent – something that’s unusual for him. He’s so used to gaining 13 percent.
In the latest survey, Vice President Binay led his rivals by a wide margin. Pulse Asia has denied rumors that some anti-Binay respondents were not able to participate in the survey because they were trapped in an elevator.
He just lost 10 points in the latest survey but Vice President Binay is really serious about his 2016 presidential bid. If he loses another 10 points, his bid could be in peril. Plan B: Change his name to “Hilmarc’s Construction Corp.” to ensure a win.
For the first time, Mar Roxas got a double-digit rating in a recent presidential survey. Voter-preference for the DILG chief rose to 13 percent from a mere 7 percent. If his rating further improves in the next survey, the Liberal Party will celebrate with a bonfire.
The latest Pulse Asia survey showed a 10 percent drop in the rating of presidential hopeful Jojo Binay. For Toby Tiangco, it’s a bad hair day.
Vice President Binay lost 10 points in the latest survey. Toby Tiangco is blaming politics, black propaganda, and Marcus Douthit.
Tito Sotto topped Pulse Asia’s latest senatorial survey followed by Kiko Pangilinan. How’s that possible? Sharon Cuneta is no longer that popular today. So for Kiko, it’s not Sharon. But for Sotto, Eat’s Bulaga.
In the latest Pulse Asia survey, actor Dingdong Dantes was in the 28th to 35th position. He needs five more televised marriage proposals to boost his chances.
In the Senate hearing Tuesday, PNP Chief Allan Purisima said the construction of the controversial ‘White House’ in Camp Crame was made possible by friends in the construction industry who “donated P11 million.” And Kim Henares was like, “Thanks for the tip.”
When asked by Sen. Grace Poe to rate himself based on “performance,” embattled PNP Chief Allan Purisima answered, “I would rate myself a nine.” To which, his wife said, “Hindi rin.”
Massive demonstrations continue in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protesters demand genuine reforms from Beijing. Riot police have been using tear gas and pepper spray to disperse rallyists who protected themselves using umbrellas. The protests have since been dubbed the “Umbrella Revolution.” That’s how you put the umbrella to good use. Take note Mayor Junjun Binay.
On TV Patrol, Korina Sanchez jokingly suggested that instead of implementing the number coding scheme on vehicles, authorities must try the color-coding scheme on people. The suggestion offended the Binays.
“For offending the sensitivities of some persons,” Bench founder Ben Chan apologized for the controversial act involving Coco Martin and a female model on a leash during its recent underwear show. Ben Chan has yet to apologize though to those people whose sensitivities were massively offended by Jake Cuenca.
Sexy model Alyzza Agustin recently bragged on Facebook that she avoided getting ticketed by traffic cops after showing them a high-ranking PNP official’s signed business card with a note that said, “Pls assist my EA Alyzza Agustin.” The official was identified as PNP Directorate for Plans chief Alexander Ignacio. Ignacio has a lot of explaining to do to his superiors and a lot more explaining to do to his wife.
Last Monday, Pope Francis was quoted to have said that “Satan seduces us by disguising evil as good.” So don’t be tricked by Satan. Say no to large fries.
“Too many leaders value their popularity, protecting it at all cost, degrading their credibility.”
~Noel De Jesus, 44 Days of Leadership
“We expected a bigger decline. The latest survey results are a surprise for us.”
~UNA interim president Toby Tiangco
“I categorically DENY that I personally know Alyzza Agustin, who claimed that she used my business card to avoid getting a traffic citation. She is not my Executive Assistant and there is no such position in my office.”
~Police Chief Supt. Alexander Ignacio
Have a productive month of October!
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[Photos: The Manila Bulletin/Roxas and Binay; Mashable/Occupy Central, ScreenCap/AlyzzaAgustin via @inquirerdotnet]