Marcos era had negative impact on economy: MBC chair

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02/25/16

MANILA – Makati Business Club (MBC) chairman Ramon del Rosario agrees with President Aquino that the Marcos regime had a negative impact on the Philippine economy.

Del Rosario, a former co-chair of the People Power Commission, said the biggest sin of former President Ferdinand Marcos was he parceled out the economy to cronies and killed the entrepreneurial spirit.

But Del Rosario noted that the economy was able to recover during the governments of Cory Aquino (1986-1992) and Fidel Ramos (1992-1998) and is now on the right path.

“In the economic field, for example, one must remember that from being number two in Asia, we went all the way down to being at the bottom of the economic ladder throughout Asia. By the end of the dictatorship [in Feb. 1986], we were a bankrupt nation, institutions like the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Philippine National Bank (PNB), and even the central bank were really bankrupt,” Del Rosario told ANC.

“We should never forget all of these things were done during the Marcos dictatorship. It’s something we should never forget or never re-write history about,” he added.

Meanwhile, Wilson Sy, who was a stock broker at that time, said the historic events should serve as lessons to voters when they head to the polls on May 9.

“The stock market at that time was practically dead…If they remember what happened in the past, and what happened to the stock market, they’ll know what to do and probably vote or elect people that will continue with reforms and continue with what is right for the country,” said Sy.

NOTE: Story from ABS-CBN News, Photo from Google Image

Mar Roxas CRONY Hits the SSS JACKPOT

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SHARE SHARE SHARE – SO YOUNG YET SO CORRUPT. Maam Antonino, paki explika naman kung ano ang kakayanan mo, napagaralan mo at karanasan mo sa pagtatrabaho na nabigyan ka ng napalaking sweldo o pinangangalandakan mo lang ba sa buong bansa na sapagkat MALAKAS ka, kaya kang buhusan ng LIMPAKLIMPAK na PERA ng TAUMBAYAN. PUTANG INA. Commissioner Antonino, JACKPOT ang natamo sa SSS matapos maging congressional staff ni Mar Roxas. Sa Yolanda victims, BAHALA KAYO SA BUHAY NYO. Sa mga KKK ni P-Noy at Mar, bahala na sila P-Noy at Mar sa PAGANGAT ng BUHAY nila. DAANG MATUWID ba ang magbigay ng DAMBUHALANG mga SWELDO sa mga SSS executives pero ang mga retirees/pensioners ang 2000 pisong buwanbuwang karagdagan ay naVETO naman ni P-Noy? ‪#‎NeriColmenare2016‬ ‪#‎SendNeri2Senate‬ ‪#‎DuterteForPresidentColmenaresForSenator‬ ‪#‎BayanOSarili‬ ‪#‎BayanMuna‬ #ZeroVotesForMarRoxas #ZeroVotesForLP https://www.facebook.com/HealthMetroManila/photos/a.486383821504057.1073741828.485329688276137/662257440583360/?type=3&theater

Na KURYENTE si Roxas sa pahayag tungkol sa problema ng DROGA sa DAVAO at MAKATI

NABALIKAN nanaman si EPAL KING Mar Roxas dala ng padalosdalos na pananalita. Sa kagustuhang siraan ang kanyang mga katunggali sa pagkapangulo, inupakan niya ang Makati (ni VP Binay) at Davao (ni Mayor Duterte) na talamak daw ang DROGA doon sa mga lungsod na iyon. Ipinagyabang pa niya na pwede raw niya samahan ang sinumang gustong bumili ng mga PINAGBABAWAL na GAMOT.

Siguro kung si Senadora Grace Poe o Senadora Miriam Defensor Santiago ang nagsabi noon, mahihirapan ang dalawang alkaldeng kandidato na masagot ang paratang (totoo man o hindi). Ang problema lang ay si Mar Roxas ay dating Secretary ng Department of the Interior and Local Government. Ibig sabihin nasa ilalim ng DILG ang Philippine National Police na isa sa mga sangay ng pamahalaan na may responsibilidad at kapangyarihan TUGISIN ang problem ng DROGA sa buong bansa. Ang mga lokal na PNP sa mga ibatibang mga lungsod ay nasa pangangasiwa ng DILG kung saan ang mga alkalde ay binibigyan lang ng COORDINATING FUNCTION. Sa madaling salita, ang mga KAPABAYAAN sa PAGSUGPO ng problema ng DROGA sa PILIPINAS ay dahil sa KAKULANGAN ng PNP (at iba pang ahensha ng pamahalaan na namamahala sa ANTI-DRUG campaign).

Kung totoo man ang sinasabi ni Mar Roxas na laganap ang DROGA sa Makati City at Davao City, eh de INAMIN na rin nyang SHA RIN ang may KASALANAN sa hindi mapigilang problema. Lalo pang katawatawa na binigyan pa ng Mar Roxas DILG ng parangal ang Davao City dahil sa mabuti at magaling na pamamahala.

Maski hindi na kalihim si Mar ng DILG, nasa Aquino Administration naman sha so bakit hindi nya ITURO ang mga bilihan ng SHABU, COCAINE at HEROIN kung tunay na alam nya kung saan ginagawa ang mga bentahan.

OPINYON: Batid naman ng lahat na laging KULELAT si Mar Roxas sa mga election survey kaya PILIT na humahanap ng magagawa (EPAL), masasabi (KURYENTE) at iba pang gimmickmar makakabili para makaakyat ang kanyang RATING.  #MarRoxas #ZeroVotesForMarRoxas #ZeroVotesForLP #LaglagBala #LaglaganNa #SamarGroup #SamarGroupNoyBiIn2010,GraceChizNamanIn2016 #GracePoeNotSoSecretCandidateNiPNoy

Mar Roxas KULELAT pa rin

BINAY, POE, DUTERTE ‘STATISTICALLY TIED’

SWS: No clear winner yet in presidential race

February 15, 2016
The presidential race remains to be anybody’s ball game even as Vice President Jejomar Binay continues to lead in the latest Social Weather Station (SWS) pre-election survey.

SWS director Leo Laroza said it was still too early to determine who will win as president in the May 9 elections based on the results of the pollster’s latest survey, conducted from February 5 to 7.

The poll, which had 1,200 respondents, showed Binay’s rating at 29 percent, followed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senator Grace Poe with 24 percent, admnistration standard bearer Manuel “Mar” Roxas II with 18 percent, and Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago with 4 percent.

In an interview aired on GMA News TV’s “News to Go” Monday, Laroza noted that Binay is in fact statistically tied with Duterte and Poe because the survey’s sampling error margins were at ±3 points.

“Sa sitwasyon na ito, ang 29 percent at 24 percent ay masasabi nating statistically tied dahil ang error margin ay ±3 percent, means the 29 percent can be as low as 26 percent, habang yung 24 percent can be as high as 27 percent,” he explained.

“Dahil sa overlap na ‘yun, masasabi nating hindi significant ang agwat ng 29 percent sa 24 percent,” Laroza added.

Asked if the latest survey results mean there is still no clear winner yet in the presidential contest, the SWS official answered in the affirmative.

Laroza recalled that in the 2010 elections, survey ratings of candidates for top national positions continued to shift even a few weeks before the actual polling date.

“Kung pagbabasehan natin ang mga ranking ngayon, talagang hindi pa natin masasabi kung ano ang kalalabasan [ng halalan]. Noong 2010 elections, nagaganap ang pabagubago sa ranking ay talagang nagaganap kahit malapit na tayo sa araw ng eleksyon,” he said.

Laroza, meanwhile, said the death of OFW Family Club party-list Rep. Roy Señeres last February 8 was not seen to have an impact on the ranking of the remaining five presidential candidates because he was not picked by any of the survey respondents.

Señeres filed his certificate of candidacy for president last October but had his representatives withdraw it on his behalf earlier this month, citing health reasons. He died a day before the official campaign season kicked off on February 9. —Xianne Arcangel, GMA News

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2016 Presidential survey front-runner Vice President Jejomar Binay.  In a second place tie are Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senator Grace Poe. All three are is a statistical tie. DILG Secretary Mar Roxas is alone in fourth position.

 

 

Mar Roxas -from LAGLAG BALA to LAGLAGAN NA

Mar Roxas now seeing his candidacy JUNKED by P-Noy allies. With the start of the official campaign period underway, former Senator (Cory Administration) and former Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary (P-Noy administration) Alberto Romulo attended the opening salvo rally of the Presidential candidate Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. Romulo’s son is an official candidate of the Team Grace Poe ticket but the father still made his presence felt in the Digong camp in an effort to solicit a “Second Endorsement” from the Duterte Cayetano tandem. Significantly, Romulo does not attend Mar Roxas and Liberal Party campaign sorties.

A few weeks before the February 2016 Comelec campaign period, the Nograles clan, bitter Davao opponents of Mayor Duterte bolted from the Aquino Administration Coalition to cast their support for their blood relative Digong. Their official statement stated that their bloc consists of at least 50 members of the Lower House (House of Representatives) with at least 20 of them being members of the Liberal Party. This decision can be construed as a move along regional lines as Mayor Duterte is the mayor of Davao City in Mindanao.

On the local front, Secretary Mar Roxas may have his hands full even in his own home turf as Congressman Albie Benitez, Chair of the Liberal Party in Negros Occidental, already publicly declared his support for Senator Poe. Needless to say, the poor survey results of Secretary Mar prompted many in the Aquino Administration Coalition to jump ship on the basis of the lack of winnability in candidate Roxas. Roxas ran and lost in 2010 for the Vice Presidential seat while his party mate Benigno Aquino won the Presidency. Mar Roxas was stabbed in the back by Aquino backers when they campaigned for a NoyBi (for Noynoy Aquino and Jejomar Binay, who won as Vice President) ticket. Those same Aquino allies are again plotting to sabotage the Roxas campaign with prominent personalities siding with either  Vice President Binay or Senator Poe or Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for President in 2016.

The Aquino Administration was recently hounded by the Lagalag Bala international airport controversy with DILG Secretary geting some collateral flak as he was formerly Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications. It did not help that Roxas issued strong statements against passengers carrying weapons and bullets (some as amulets) while totally being SILENT on the EXTORTION aspect of the problem. It is the general perception that the epidemic of “discoveries” is due to airport security personnel trying to make a fast buck by planting bullets on the luggage of hapless victims who would be prodded to give grease money in an effort to avoid missing their scheduled flights.

 

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Mar KULELAT nanaman sa Magdalo Survey

Poe, Duterte and Binay too close to call in latest Magdalo survey

Poe regained the top spot for the presidential survey with 29.9 percent followed by her close contender, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who garnered 26.6 percent.

Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay claimed the third spot with 25.5 percent while Liberal Party standard bearer and former Department of the Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas II remained at the fourth place with 14 percent.

The Magdalo party-list surveyed almost 3,000 respondents from across the various regions of the country from February 3 to 5.

Magdalo party-list Rep. Francisco Ashley Acedillo said their group randomly selected respondents and provided the list of candidates running for president and vice president just like the previous election surveys.

The respondents were asked “If elections would be held today, who among the following candidates would you vote for?'”

Acedillo said the surveys from the previous months showed that Poe’s ratings declined due to the confusion caused by the disqualification cases against her but due to the developments regarding her case she has regained the top spot in the survey.

The Magdalo group said the survey has margin of error of 1.8 percent.

Last December, it was Duterte

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2016 Presidential survey front-runner Senator Grace Poe with Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte in second place. Vice President Jejomar Binay occupies the number three slot while former DILG Secretary Mar Roxas is in fourth.

who ranked highest in the Magdalo survey.

FVR supports Duterte and Robredo

FVR throws support behind Leni, but is mum on Mar

Cala Gomez, DJ Yap
Philippine Daily Inquirer

February 9, 2016A DAY before the official launch of the campaign period, Liberal Party (LP) vice presidential candidate Leni Robredo has won the support of a prominent and powerful personality, former President Fidel V. Ramos, according to her staff.

In a news release Monday, the Robredo camp announced that Ramos had officially endorsed the candidacy of Robredo following a visit to Ramos’ office in Makati.

The candidate’s publicist provided photos of the visit Monday morning, including one showing the former President raising Robredo’s arm.

There was, however, no word on whether the 87-year-old Ramos would do the same for Robredo’s running mate, LP standard-bearer Mar Roxas.

In December, Ramos reproached Roxas and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for their public spat, advising the presidential candidates to start acting like a president, if they wanted to get the job.

Her staff said the widow of Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo asked Ramos for advice on running her campaign.

“In the meeting, Ramos shared his campaign experience in 1992 and offered Robredo some advice on how to woo voters as she visits different parts of the country starting tomorrow (Tuesday),” according to the news release.

According to her staff, Robredo told Ramos: “I came here to ask for your support.”

The former President was quoted as having replied: “You’ve always had it. You didn’t even have to come.”

Meanwhile, Robredo was the keynote speaker at the opening of Zonta International District 17 Area 3 meeting at Sugarland Hotel in Bacolod City on Friday.

She said a nation that is ruled in justice and fairness is business-friendly.

“Investment in integrity and good governance makes huge business sense,” she said, adding that good governance is accompanied by jobs, growth and less poverty.

“We might have attracted some attention in the last four years, and became the new darling of emerging markets, but unless we sustain our reforms on the governance plane, that attention will once again fizzle out and we will go back to square one,” Robredo said.

“This campaign for good governance and this kind of public service that aims not to leave any Filipino behind have become my work as I try to fill my husband’s shoes,” she said, as she stressed the need to empower people.

Since she became a representative of Camarines Sur, Robredo said she had brought in billions in funding for infrastructure and social services to her district using innovative means to source money within the bureaucracy and from private-public partnerships.

#VotePH2016: The Inquirer multimedia coverage of the 2016 national and local elections in the Philippines provides to voters the latest news, photos, videos and infographics on the candidates and their platforms, as well as real-time election results come May 9, 2016.

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