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Just like what you quoted: "maghanap tayo ng posisyon para sayo kung saan meron", that means if there is a vacancy that fits the person he/she will be appointed to that position. We should not judge people just by "what we know about them", but by "what they know about the job". The President surely knows what he is doing. Yes, there were mistakes in some of the appointments, but the president is quick to react, to the extent that even he's closest friends, when they make mistakes or got involved in corruption, he is more than willing to kick them out, disregarding their long-time friendship, just to do what is right. Only a few can do that. The celebrity status of both Wanda and Cesar Montano is the key for them to be tapped to occupy a job in the government, and they're in the right track. As for Mocha, well, she has a degree in medical technology. She belongs to a well-off family. She is just being discredited because of her former job as a sexy singer/dancer by hypocrites; self-righteous bastards who pretends that they don't have bad-sides, wherein, by the mere words they are saying against Mocha just shows what they really are..

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@Eks Para magkaroon ka ng pag-asa, palitan mo na ang channel na pinapanood mo, lalo na sa mga news. Lason yang mga news channels na yan.

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46 minutes ago, fate23 said:

I think yung platforms niya about drugs and corruption were great. Ang problema lang is execution. Madami kasi sa mga nilagay niya corrupt din, like si Aguirre, which nagresign na (tinanggal na). Kahit mabuti intentions ng president (based sa mga sinasabi niya) pero yung mga nasa baba naman hindi, wala rin. 

Ang mindset kasi niya talagang best suited pang mayor, not pang president. Sinabi ko to noon and sasabihin ko parin ngayon, mas mabuti talaga siya sa pagiging mayor, na mas maliit and mas focused ang inaatupag kesa trying to navigate the role of a president. And I think siya naman mismo kung papapiliin mo siya, mas gusto din niya maging mayor lang. 

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56 minutes ago, aldus0714 said:

Just like what you quoted: "maghanap tayo ng posisyon para sayo kung saan meron", that means if there is a vacancy that fits the person he/she will be appointed to that position. We should not judge people just by "what we know about them", but by "what they know about the job". The President surely knows what he is doing. Yes, there were mistakes in some of the appointments, but the president is quick to react, to the extent that even he's closest friends, when they make mistakes or got involved in corruption, he is more than willing to kick them out, disregarding their long-time friendship, just to do what is right. Only a few can do that. The celebrity status of both Wanda and Cesar Montano is the key for them to be tapped to occupy a job in the government, and they're in the right track. As for Mocha, well, she has a degree in medical technology. She belongs to a well-off family. She is just being discredited because of her former job as a sexy singer/dancer by hypocrites; self-righteous bastards who pretends that they don't have bad-sides, wherein, by the mere words they are saying against Mocha just shows what they really are..

Mocha's main qualification is that she's taken on the role of chief propagandist. And what she does want IS propaganda, she calls it news, but when her news is completely one sided and is there only to champion the administration, then that's propaganda. And when the opposition does ANYTHING, and I mean anything, she's on it rabidly. She once criticized Leni Robredo for standing under the shade:

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And she loves to escape responsibility by putting her posts in the form of questions, instead of statements. ______ anong masasabi niyo dito? While already telling them what to think by painting the picture in the way she wants you to see it. 

Palagi naman sympre na for the admin ang mga spokesperson and the like, but she is the main tool in the Philippines to discredit the media and anything negative about the admin as fake, and only what they say as true. This is the same thing Fox News pulls in the US. The idea of "no, you can't believe all those outlets, they've got an agenda, believe US and our agenda". And they do that because if people start only believing one source, then it's easy to get them on board with anything you say. 

She and a lot of others would probably fail what I call the Mar Roxas test. I remember in the debate they asked Mar Roxas to say something like 3 negative things or 3 bad things the admin then did, and he didn't say anything. Couldn't say anything. And if you're unwilling to be objective, that's just you being blind, because everyone has faults. If you ask these talking heads to say one negative thing about the admin, I highly doubt they'd say a single thing, and that's how you know they're not any different. 

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18 hours ago, muwu said:

Do you really think he picked a lot of these people based on them being the best qualified candidates, or this is more of a basta tinulungan mo ako, sige, maghanap tayo ng posisyon para sayo kung saan meron? I think one glaring area in which the wrong choices are made was with the DOT, placing Wanda Teo and Cesar Montano there. Ano namang alam ni Cesar Montano dun diba? And under his leadership Madrid Fusion almost got canceled this year, only to go through at the last minute. Wanda Teo doesn't seem to have any plan for our tourism sector except to rely solely on Miss Universe for eternity. Let's not even get into employing someone as controversial as Mocha in the government

kababasa ko lang but not sure if its final na, Freddie Aguilar for senator? Yes, PDP-Laban eyes him for 2019

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18 hours ago, muwu said:

Of course it will come from China, who else will fund the Philippines at this rate. China has shown it will fund pawns as long as it uses them to ward off the US and make itself the new global power in the region, just like how it funds North Korea. I don't think anyone will argue we need more infrastructure, the question is, anong mga nakatali that we're getting ourselves into in order to accomplish it. 

the answer came from china media sir,  our natural resources meaning whats under the contested territory 

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15 hours ago, muwu said:

Mocha's main qualification is that she's taken on the role of chief propagandist. And what she does want IS propaganda, she calls it news, but when her news is completely one sided and is there only to champion the administration, then that's propaganda. And when the opposition does ANYTHING, and I mean anything, she's on it rabidly. She once criticized Leni Robredo for standing under the shade:

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And she loves to escape responsibility by putting her posts in the form of questions, instead of statements. ______ anong masasabi niyo dito? While already telling them what to think by painting the picture in the way she wants you to see it. 

Palagi naman sympre na for the admin ang mga spokesperson and the like, but she is the main tool in the Philippines to discredit the media and anything negative about the admin as fake, and only what they say as true. This is the same thing Fox News pulls in the US. The idea of "no, you can't believe all those outlets, they've got an agenda, believe US and our agenda". And they do that because if people start only believing one source, then it's easy to get them on board with anything you say. 

She and a lot of others would probably fail what I call the Mar Roxas test. I remember in the debate they asked Mar Roxas to say something like 3 negative things or 3 bad things the admin then did, and he didn't say anything. Couldn't say anything. And if you're unwilling to be objective, that's just you being blind, because everyone has faults. If you ask these talking heads to say one negative thing about the admin, I highly doubt they'd say a single thing, and that's how you know they're not any different. 

Just tell me, who's neutral nowadays? It is a fact that everybody is leaning towards a particular side. Like you, obviously you are leaning towards Leni Robredo and subsequently, to the Liberals and as sure as the sun rises tomorrow, an anti-Duterte. Admittedly, I am for the government, a genuine DDS (Die-hard Duterte Supporter). I see the good things that the Duterte government is doing. But I know that it is all the opposite to you and to the people with the same principles as yours. But I respect your opinion, since everybody is entitled to his own. Even news outlets and companies have their own biases, which I think would not do anything good for the country as a whole, but only for some influential individual's political agendas. This would be an endless argument that will continue even after the Duterte regime. But it is useless to argue, because for sure nobody will heed the other side's point of view and insist in what he believes in. The only benefit we get in this kind of exchange is mahahasa tayo english. Lol!!!

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4 hours ago, aldus0714 said:

Just tell me, who's neutral nowadays? It is a fact that everybody is leaning towards a particular side. Like you, obviously you are leaning towards Leni Robredo and subsequently, to the Liberals and as sure as the sun rises tomorrow, an anti-Duterte. Admittedly, I am for the government, a genuine DDS (Die-hard Duterte Supporter). I see the good things that the Duterte government is doing. But I know that it is all the opposite to you and to the people with the same principles as yours. But I respect your opinion, since everybody is entitled to his own. Even news outlets and companies have their own biases, which I think would not do anything good for the country as a whole, but only for some influential individual's political agendas. This would be an endless argument that will continue even after the Duterte regime. But it is useless to argue, because for sure nobody will heed the other side's point of view and insist in what he believes in. The only benefit we get in this kind of exchange is mahahasa tayo english. Lol!!!

Well you don't need to be totally neutral naman, kilangan lang mulat parin ang mata. Ang masama sa etong DDS vs Yellow vs whoever e nagiging bulag ang mga tao, hindi ka dapat na supportadong supportado na hindi mo na papansinin ang mga mali at puro tama lang makikita mo, tapos sa kaaway mo puro mali lang ang makikita. Dapat naka-base ang mga pinaniniwalaan mo sa mga prinsipyo hindi sa kahit anong tao o partido o camp. At yun nga ang test dun ay yun, kung masasabi mo ba ang mga mali o mga hindi ok na ginagawa ng supportado mo. Tribalism, here or even abroad, is what's coming about since the last elections, the factions that people place themselves in are growing stronger and stronger and then once they're on one side, they can no longer see both sides of anything. 

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21 minutes ago, muwu said:

Well you don't need to be totally neutral naman, kilangan lang mulat parin ang mata. Ang masama sa etong DDS vs Yellow vs whoever e nagiging bulag ang mga tao, hindi ka dapat na supportadong supportado na hindi mo na papansinin ang mga mali at puro tama lang makikita mo, tapos sa kaaway mo puro mali lang ang makikita. Dapat naka-base ang mga pinaniniwalaan mo sa mga prinsipyo hindi sa kahit anong tao o partido o camp. At yun nga ang test dun ay yun, kung masasabi mo ba ang mga mali o mga hindi ok na ginagawa ng supportado mo. Tribalism, here or even abroad, is what's coming about since the last elections, the factions that people place themselves in are growing stronger and stronger and then once they're on one side, they can no longer see both sides of anything. 

Exactly! I am a self-confessed DDS, but I am also critical of the government when wrong things were done or bad things has been said by the President and his allies. And I also appreciate it much when the Liberals do good things for the people. Although, we must accept, that's not too many. I am supporting the President because of the changes that he has done for the country so far. I see in him the late former President Marcos, whom I admire the most. I know you will say that he was a dictator, a killer, corrupt and many other bad callings. But that is another story and I choose not to discuss it here. I also admired Leni before the election, in fact, she is my second choice for Vice President, but of course, I need not to mention my first choice. I also said, who ever wins between the two, "ok lang, panalo ang bayan". But when news of cheating surfaced, I began to hate her, as much as I hate Noynoy for saying that he will do everything just to not let BBM win. With her taped pronouncement for the UNHR, which were awful lies (the palit-ulo scheme, in particular), I hated her more. Anybody who didn't hate her for that, is a bonafide Yellowtard and has no shade of neutrality in his/her heart and mind, not even a bit. Nonetheless, I am still proud to be Pinoy.

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On 5/1/2018 at 7:07 PM, zpark999 said:

That ENDO bill pushing through though... akala ko binitawan na.. haha what a twist!

that's great but the problem of it will be there will be more jobless people....

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