President Aquino: “Ok lang. Buhay pa naman ang manok ‘di ba?
Sen. Grace Poe: “Upang ipagpatuloy ang mga nasimulan ni FPJ.”
Vice President Binay: “Eh kasi nga mga palpak, mga manhid ang nag-aalaga! Pinabayaan lang tumawid ang manok!”
Sen. Chiz Escudero: “Huwag po nating pangunahan ang manok sa pagpapaliwanag. May sarili pong isip ‘yan at hindi nadidiktahan.”
DOTC Sec. Joseph Abaya: “Hindi naman siguro fatal ang pagtawid.”
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte: “Subukan ng manok na ‘yan na dito tumawid sa Davao. Patay sa akin ‘yan!”
Sec. Mar Roxas: “Meron nang lane para sa mga manok. Sign ‘yan ng economic activity.”
Iglesia Ni Cristo: “Patunay lamang po ‘yan na malayang nakalalabas ang manok. Hindi totoong hinostage namin ‘yan!”
Pabebe Girls: “Hello! Kami ang Pabebe Girls at wala kaming pakialam kung tumawid man ang manok na ‘yan.”
#AlDub: “Malalaman natin kung bakit… sa tamang panahon.”
Sophia Love: “Para sa ekonomiya!”
The construction of the LRT-2 extension will start next month. When asked about the looming traffic congestion, DOTC Sec. Jun Abaya said, “Hindi naman siguro fatal ‘yan.” As opposed to the next elections which may be fatal to Abaya’s Senate ambition.
On the expected heavy traffic next month when the construction of the LRT-2 extension starts, DOTC Sec. Jun Abaya said, “Hindi naman siguro fatal ‘yan.” Netizens described Abaya’s statement as “insensitive.” Others said it was “unsympathetic.” The President said, “Linya ko ‘yon eh. Gaya-gaya!”
Rappler.com discovered that Sen. Ralph Recto has falsely claimed in his official online curriculum vitae that he has two masters degrees. The posted achievements were not true after all. Apparently, his online resumé was uploaded from a stall at Recto.
When Rappler asked Ralph Recto to explain, the senator immediately apologized. A gesture he should have also done a long time ago when he pushed for higher taxes via the EVAT Law.
Citing humanitarian reasons, eight justices of the Supreme Court allowed accused plunderer Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile to post bail. Shortly after he was released, Enrile said his faith in the justice system has been restored. As opposed to the public whose faith in the justice system has been shattered.
Citing health issues, eight justices of the Supreme Court allowed accused plunderer Juan Ponce Enrile to post bail. When sought for reaction, Bong and Jinggoy both said, “Later na lang please. Parang nilalagnat kami. Masama ang aming pakiramdam. Magkakasakit yata kami. ‘Di talaga ok ang katawan namin, promise!”
“There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supercedes all other courts.”
“That we make factual determinations ourselves to grant provisional liberty to one who is obviously politically privileged without the benefit of the presentation of evidence… casts serious doubts on our neutrality and objectivity.”
~Supreme Court Justice Marvic Leonen on the SC’s decision to allow Senator Enrile to post bail
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[Photos: Chicken: Crowdriff.com; Abaya: MMT.Com.Ph; Enrile: Philstar.com]