PCOO Usec Badoy blasts Leni


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PCOO Usec Lorraine Marie T. Badoy on Leni Robredo 

“What happened during the past two years, there is a lot of shaping up to do as far as culture of governance is concerned. Bringing back decency to public service, regaining the trust of the people, and unifying the entire Filipino nation,” Robredo said.

The Vice President told Makati businessmen that Filipinos have become too “polarized” and it will be “difficult” for the next president to govern the country if the people remain divided.”

No madam, WRONG.

The indecency you speak of in public service happened before Rodrigo Duterte sat in office. Care for us to run through the laundry list of crimes your gang committed against the Filipino people and for which the trust of the Filipino people against the dilaws are so well known that even your front runners refuse to wear your color? LOL.

Off the top of my head and just bec it’s a Saturday and I’m working: Madam, let’s just concentrate on these two: MAMASAPANO, YOLANDA. Dyan lang sa dalawang yan, tapos na ang boksing.

Ano pa pag nalaman ng mamamayang Pilipino ang mga natutuklasan naming mga kabalastugan ng nagdaang administrasyon na nakakangilabot sa pagkawalang hiya?

And wrong again, Leni.
United–that’s what the Filipino people are.

We have never been as united as we are now- AND AGAINST YOU AND YOUR GANG AND ALL YOU STAND FOR: incompetence, indifference, corruption, phoniness, empty, fluff.

The latest survey shows that the overwhelming majority of Filipinos- a full 70% after over 2 years in office- continue to support and approve of our President. Never before has any Filipino president enjoyed this much trust and approval from the people they serve.

Our President is taking our country forward where you and your ilk have done nothing but destroy all that is sacred to us and then preserve the rotten status quo where millions of Filipinos have been left behind.

As the much beloved Steven Sackur (much beloved by me, for instance lol) observed, Pres Duterte enjoys approval ratings that are the envy of other world leaders.

You, on the other hand, have a grade of 34%. 😂😂😂

Oh Leni, Leni, Leni…no worries about the tough time the next President is going to have because there is no freaken way YOU will ever be President- if the TRUE voice of the Filipino were to be heard.

So if I were you, fade away and just do what you do best: pictorials, parties, weird interviews where nothing you say makes sense however much we TRY to listen to you babble on.

Bong Go enters Senate Magic 12 in radio survey, number 8 and rising

Go breaks into Senate winning circle — radio survey
(The Philippine Star) – November 23, 2018

MANILA, Philippines — Former presidential assistant Christopher “Bong” Go landed in eighth place in the nationwide survey of senatorial candidates as revealed by dzRH radio yesterday.

Go’s rank comes just a little over a month after he filed his candidacy, and barely a year after he was mentioned by President Duterte as a possible Senate candidate.

Go now emerges as one of the fastest rising senatorial candidates in the country.

The survey data, according to dzRH, the flagship station of the Manila Broadcasting Co. (MBC), was gathered through face-to-face interviews conducted on Nov. 17 with 7,450 respondents – a sample that is statistically representative of voters in Metro Manila and 73 provinces nationwide with an error-margin of +/- 1.14 percent.

Other candidates sharing the top-8 spot include Sen. Cynthia Villar, who emerged as the early leader with 61.8 percent, followed by former senator Lito Lapid with 50.3 percent. Clustered together in third to sixth spots are Sen. Grace Poe-Llamanzares, Taguig City Rep. Pia Cayetano, Sen. Nancy Binay and former senator Ramon Revilla Jr.

Vying for seventh to 11th spots are former senator Jinggoy Estrada, Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III, former senator Sergio Osmeña III, and retired National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa.

Go is among the first timers who pledged to push for a real and genuine change in the Senate.

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Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go files his candidacy for senator at the Comelec office in Manila on October 15, 2018. President Rodrigo Duterte and around 40 supporters and some members of the cabinet accompanied Go during the filing. Go is running under the Hugpong ng Pagbabago of Davao City Mayor Inday Sara and  PDP-Laban. Photo by Angie de Silva/Rappler