Monday, December 26, 2011


Just a thought: The Supreme Court is "Supreme" while the Office of the President is only an "Office"

A golden comment (no, not from Midas' touch) by Filipino Thinker:

"We must all accept that under the Constitution, the Supreme Court is the final interpreter of the law. Not the President, not the Department of Justice, not the Congressmen, and especially, not activist movements. Citizens of a country must learn to abide by the High Court's decisions. Otherwise, our system of laws will break down. If the system of laws is not followed, our courts will no longer be able to protect our rights as individuals. Every disagreement will be settled based on the whims of whoever is in control of state power at the moment, and our individual freedoms will be sacrificed. But what if the Supreme Court is wrong? Under the Constitution, the Supreme Court decides what is right and what is wrong. Therefore, the Supreme Court is always right. Our system of laws was designed this way so there can be a final resolution to disagreements. Without the High Court as the final arbiter, disputes can go on forever, and there could be chaos in society. The Constitution provides impeachment as a check-and-balance on the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is not infallible. However, impeachment must be based on solid evidence and due process must be followed. Railroading an impeachment complaint is not due process."

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Tuesday, December 13, 2011


Latest survey says Vice-President Jejomar Binay is the most trusted top national official.

I guess the respondents read the fine print below the question saying: "Binays To Me Or Else!"

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Sunday, December 11, 2011


So, if the political allies of President Aquino II in Congress succeed in impeaching Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona, and then the former appoints a new Chief Justice of his personal choice from the yellow stable, then what difference and change will this bring now? Won't that new CJ be soon branded as an "Aquino Chief Justice" and the High Court an "Aquino Court?" That will certainly be the sure death of check and balance by the Supreme Court to the Office of the President - and that is really what this administration wants to happen for many obvious reasons. And now, a tall order burns ever so bright like yellow Christmas lights at the Palace: Impeach the Chief Justice at all costs!

Hence, this new slogan must be in place: Kung Walang Corona, May Hacienda.


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Thursday, December 08, 2011


DELIMAGOGUE: a person who disregards the rule of law and appeals to the emotions and prejudices of people in order to gain political power.

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Tuesday, December 06, 2011


I heard the President recently changed his cigarette brand.

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Sunday, December 04, 2011


Remembering a boyhood friend of mine named Jose Luis "Jolu" Bitoon. I think he has since migrated to the US.

Do you think he changed his name to "Louie" ... Bitoon?

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I didn't know a President can assign a proxy for an OFFICIAL photo session such as this.

I believe it's either you're in it or you're NOT.

Not this way. It's time to stop looking at the big picture with a small frame of mind.

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Some people, you give them an INCH and they think they're the RULER.

Here's another legal gem from Prof. Alan Paguia:

"The Office of the President, the Department of Justice and the Commission on Elections are covering up for their mistake in filing a case versus Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo with a Regional Trial Court (RTC) by ignoring Sec. 5, Art. XIII of the 1973 Constitution, and Sec. 4, Art. XI of the 1987 Constitution which puts electoral sabotage under the jurisdiction of the Sandiganbayan. In other words, the OP, DoJ and Comelec are following the Omnibus Election Code passed by Congress by VIOLATING the Constitution which was directly ratified by the SOVEREIGN Filipino people."

Bull's eye? No.

Bull's hit? Yes.

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Monday, November 28, 2011


Some people think they know more about the law than our Justices, disregarding and disrespecting the Rule of Law and our judicial institutions.

If they can't respect those Justices, they should at least respect the institution they represent.
It's just like meeting a General you loathe so much on the field. You don't salute the man.

You salute the rank.

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Sunday, November 27, 2011


Yesterday: Erap's wristband.
Today: Gloria's neckbrace.
Tomorrow: Noynoy's straightjacket.

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Monday, November 14, 2011


Shouldn't an investigation be conducted soon on the activities of former officials of the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) since its creation a few days after former President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino came to power in 1986? But wait, is the PCGG still in existence? Looks like they've all packed up and left only fishbones for the new vultures.

This will certainly clear up all tales and speculations about the so-called Marcos wealth and expose grand-scale looting of the same by cronies of the Aquino family appointed then to the PCGG. The looting today is the same as it was then. These PCGG officials then and now are living in silent contented opulence from the hundreds of millions they plundered in their short stints at the PCGG.

Included in this batch of post-EDSA crooks are member of the notorious Kamaganak Inc. who were among the very first to venture grabbing the Marcos family wealth. Bantay-salakay.

I'd like to see the current regime under Aquino II order the Sandiganbayan to require the PCGG to submit a thorough accounting and inventory of its activities and sequestrations since its creation, and furnish publicly an accounting of the method on how these new "acquisitions" were disposed of and also, what offices and banks they were deposited in and who were responsible for administering them.

You see, many of these former PCGG officials are now living bountiful lives with enough illegally-acquired wealth to last them several lifetimes. I know of several Marcos cronies who have escaped persecution and sequestration of their assets by simply handing over half of their assets to well-placed lawyer-relatives. One such kin concerned former Ambassador Benjamin 'Kokoy' Romualdez in a lightning raid then on such firms a few weeks right after EDSA. This relative has since passed away but his loot has been distributed to his heirs who still cling to them and enjoy its fruits.

Investigate these PCGG officials once and for all and compel them to show records of their sequestration activities.

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Wednesday, November 09, 2011


The recent Department of Justice (DoJ) order isn't really any pain in the neck for former President Gloria Arroyo (pun unintended). You see, she knows that the executive department CANNOT usurp the judicial power to issue hold-departure orders under the principle of separation of powers. Arroyo knows that the Supreme Court will shortly uphold her constitutional right to travel abroad.

So it looks like it's going to be a happy Christmas for the Arroyos after all while President Aquino's whisper to Santa this Christmas is his wish for all his critics to shut up.

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"Moro guerrillas have graduated from being a ragtag army of separatists to a well-equipped force ready to give government soldiers a good fight. These are Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) rebels inside their camp in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao." - Patricia Laurel

They are well-equipped indeed, arms and thread. Thanks to President Noynoy Aquino for the P5 million.

As for their clothing, OURMONEY EXCHANGE (O/X).

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Friday, November 04, 2011


Do you want to make a quick several million bucks from the government? Gather your friends and form a rebel/separatist group.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011


I knew it. MERALCO has an akyat-bahay gang member as shown in this electric bill, robbing Filipino homes in broad daylight, in disguise as a repairman.

It makes one wonder what our authorities are doing about this.


Dear Mr. Commander-in-Chief:

Didn't you just give P5 million to the MILF, the same people responsible for the recent deaths of these young and brave Filipino soldiers?

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Monday, October 31, 2011


"People helping Ligots evade authorities have criminal liabilities." - Malacanang

Okay. What about people giving money to enemies of the Republic like the MILF?
That's five million times more criminal, isn't it?

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Saturday, October 29, 2011


I absolutely abhor this billboard of Gretchen Barretto promoting a whitening cream saying KUTIS MAYAMAN by GlutaMAX. So what is wrong with having dark skin? Does it make one impoverished? To the company, the advertising agency and endorsers of this product, I ask you, are you now equating dark skin with poverty? You people send very wrong messages to the public. In this case, a disturbing message to Ms. Barretto's legions of fans. Shame on you all for doing such.

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Oh tie a yellow ribbon 'round the old RP, it's been twenty-five years, are you still happy ..

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Wednesday, October 05, 2011


RIP Steve Jobs. Thank you for turning my tech world from a lemon to an Apple.

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Malacanang is absolutely correct in saying that President Aquino is a "HANDS-ON" president.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011


2,000 "missing" container vans from the pier.
2,000 "missing" vehicles from Subic.

Welcome to the yellow regime's version of PHILIPPINES 2000.

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Sunday, July 24, 2011


News: "Senator Joker Arroyo to skip today's SONA." Joker indeed knows his poker. There can NEVER be two JOKERS in a full HOUSE.

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A peek at President Aquino's entire SONA speech: "Vice-President Jejomar Binay, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr., Chief Justice Renato Corona, members of Congress and the AFP, your excellencies of the diplomatic corps, Kris, Joshua, ladies and gentlemen: The legacy my parents left me is alive and well in every Filipino today, and at the end of the day, pinag-isipan ko itong lahat, it's Gloria Arroyo's fault. Mabuhay tayong lahat!" (Applause)

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Thursday, May 26, 2011


Indeed, some people in the Palace need to go back to elementary school because that is where I learned to display the flag correctly, properly and respectfully.

You're just in time for enrollment, boys.

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Sunday, February 06, 2011


BINAY: "Mr. President, your 'daang matuwid' is now a zig-zag road. May I suggest you write a goodbye letter to the Filipino people?"

AQUINO: "Why, where are they going?"