Tag Archives: 2010 elections

Sunday ∗ 09 May 2010


Satur Ocampo is the one senatoriable who has gotten flack for being guest candidate of NP, which is surprising given how this refuses to believe the truth that he and Liza Maza are running with the party, and not within it. Why is it so hard to understand that? The better question is would we give Satur and Liza the same problem had they run with LP? It’s obvious that people who use the NP reason against Satur and Liza… Continue reading »

Wednesday ∗ 21 Apr 2010

20 days to go!

“Ninoy’s Testament From A Prison Cell and other writings might enlighten Noynoy a little about the Left. if there were no poverty and oppression, there would be no Left; snubbing and demonizing the Left (instead of finding a way for Left and Right to work together for the good of the whole) would not have been Ninoy’s way, is no way to honor Ninoy’s legacy, in fact it dishonors Ninoy’s legacy.” And while Stuart Santiago seems to have decided, I have yet… Continue reading »

Monday ∗ 01 Feb 2010

election primer of sorts

this is something that Female Network asked me to write, an election primer of sorts, for its Pinay market. www.femalenetwork.com is the umbrella website for Summit Media’s pinay-targetted magazines: Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, Good Housekeeping, Smart Parenting, Candy and Preview. but of course this is for every voting Pinoy, in 2010 and beyond, regardless of gender and sexuality, and whatever other demographic or category or label we may imagine we fall under. my personal top 10 issues in relation to the 2010… Continue reading »

Monday ∗ 02 Feb 2009

stimulus via SSS? utang na loob!

i will not even get into the legality of Chairman Romula Neri’s decision to use Social Security System’s funds for Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s stimulus package — Rep. Liza Masa is doing a good job of that already. nor will i get into the probability that this will expectedly be used by GMA to win the 2010 elections, because her government always seems to think that the downtrodden will be easily impressed by contractual jobs, with little pay and no benefits (oh… Continue reading »

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