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Friday, July 2, 2010

The Philippine President and The Pampanga Representative

Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III   already took his oath as the new Philippine president  on Wednesday, June 30, 2010. During his campaign, he vowed to eradicate corrupt practices that triggered several scandals during the Arroyo administration. As a President he intends to start with Arroyo's last minute appointment.

His first memorandum was issued on Wednesday noon declaring all non-career executive service positions vacant as of June 30, 2010 and extending the services of contractual employees until July 31. Guess he is starting to get rid  of  all of Gloria's traces in his government. And up to what extent could he do it? Hope that his new appointees and hired government employees is better than before as he promised to eliminate  graft and corruption under his leadership.

Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is so eager to  begin her first day as a lawmaker by attempting to resurrect  the Charter change together with her son, Camarines Sur Representative Diosdado Arroyo. Well this is not a surprise anymore  because that was obviously the main reason why she decided to run on a lower position. And she was successful on her attempt, the Pampanga people still voted for her on a landslide. Filipino people really never learned from the past mistakes. I don't know if they still  used their head when voting or not.

The last laugh will still be hers once she wins in her battle of changing  the system of government to one ruled by a Prime Minister rather than a President.So watch out P Noy and get your brain move or else you will end up with nothing but your cigarettes.

Ah!Philippine politic is getting excited everyday. Looks like Glo's CHA CHA is all getting into Noy's nerve as early as now.


  1. It's a new info for me...
    Thanks for kind words at my Nostalgia post :)

  2. Noy Please wag mo kaming biguin.

    bakit kaya si Gloria, tumakbo pang Congressman? ano kaya ang motibo nya? hmmm

  3. Representative money allows objects to be exchanged for something else, but commodity money has value because the government decreed it is an acceptable means to pay debts..


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