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Name:   Samokmisay
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Date:   June 5, 2009

List of Culprits in the House Resolution No. 1109 (Con Ass)

The list of Tongress people courtesy of Marlowe Carmelo of the Philippine Jury Advocacy who according to Ellen Tordesillas' report if accurate would mean some or perhaps all of them voted according to the dictates of their pockets:

ABANTE, BIENVENIDO M. "BENNY" 6TH District Pandacan
ABLAN, ROQUE R. JR, Ilocos Norte, 1st District
AGBAYANI, VICTOR AGUEDO E. Pangasinan, 2nd District
AGYAO, MANUEL, S Kalinga Province
ALBANO (III), RODOLFO T. Isabela, 1st District
ALFELOR, FELIX R. JR. 4th District, Camarines Sur
ALMARIO, THELMA Z. Davao Oriental, 2nd District
ALVAREZ, ANTONIO C. Palawan 1st District
ALVAREZ, GENARO RAFAEL M. JR. Negros Occidental, 6th District
AMANTE, EDELMIRO A. Agusan Del Norte, 2nd District
AMATONG, ROMMEL C. Compostela Valley, 2nd District
ANGPING, MARIA ZENAIDA B. Manila, 3rd District
ANTONINO, RODOLFO W. Nueva Ecija, 4th District
APOSTOL, TRINIDAD G. Leyte, 2nd District
AQUINO, JOSE S. (II) 1st District Agusan del Norte
ARAGO, MARIA EVITA R. 3rd district, Laguna
ARBISON, A MUNIR M. Sulu 2nd District
ARENAS, MA. RACHEL J. Pangasinan, 3rd District
ARROYO, DIOSDADO M. Camarines Sur, 1st District
ARROYO, IGNACIO T. 5th district Negros Occidental
ARROYO, JUAN MIGUEL M. 2nd District of Pampanga
BAGATSING, AMADO S. Manila 5th district
BALINDONG, PANGALIAN M. Lanao del Sur, 2nd District
BARZAGA, ELPIDIO F. JR. Cavite, 2nd District
BAUTISTA, FRANKLIN P. Davao Del Sur, 2nd District
BELMONTE, VICENTE F. JR. Lanao del Norte, 1st District
BICHARA, AL FRANCIS C. Albay, 2nd District
BIRON, FERJENEL G. Iloilo, 4th District
BONDOC, ANNA YORK P. Pampanga 4th District
BONOAN-DAVID, MA. THERESA B. Manila, 4th District
BRAVO, NARCISO R. JR. Masbate, 1st District
BRIONES, NICANOR M. AGAP Party list
BUHAIN, EILEEN ERMITA Batangas, 1st District
BULUT, ELIAS C. JR. Apayao Lone District
CAGAS (IV), MARC DOUGLAS C. Davao Del Sur, 1st District
CAJAYON, MARY MITZI L. Caloocan, 2nd District
CAJES, ROBERTO C. Bohol, 2nd District
CARI, CARMEN L. Leyte, 5th District
CASTRO, FREDENIL H. Capiz, 2nd District
CELESTE, ARTHUR F. Pangasinan, 1st District
CERILLES, ANTONIO H. Zamboanga Del Sur, 2nd District
CHATTO, EDGARDO M. Bohol, 1st District
CHONG, GLENN A. Biliran, Lone District
CHUNG-LAO, SOLOMON R. Ifugao, Lone District
CLARETE, MARINA C. Misamis Occidental, 1st District
CODILLA, EUFROCINO M. SR. Leyte, 4th District
COJUANCO, MARK O. Pangasinan, 5th District
COQUILA, TEODULO M. Eastern Samar, Lone District
CRISOLOGO, VINCENT P. Quezon City, 1st District
CUA, JUNIE E. Quirino, Lone District
CUENCO, ANTONIO V. Cebu City, 2nd District
DANGWA, SAMUEL M. Benguet, Lone District
DATUMANONG, SIMEON A. Maguindanao, Lone District
Dayanghirang, Nelson L. Davao Oriental, 1st District
DAZA, NANETTE C. Quezon City, 4th District
DAZA, PAUL R. Northern Samar, 1st District
DE GUZMAN, DEL R. Marikina City, 2nd District
DEFENSOR, ARTHUR D. SR. Iloilo, 3rd District
DEFENSOR, MATIAS V. JR. Quezon City, 3rd District
DEL MAR, RAUL V. Cebu City, 1st District
DIASNES, CARLO OLIVER D. (MD) Batanes, Lone District
DIMAPORO, ABDULLAH D. Lanao Del Norte, 2nd District
DOMOGAN, MAURICIO G. Baguio, Lone District
DUAVIT, MICHAEL JOHN R. Rizal, 1st District
DUENAS, HENRY M. JR. Taguig, 2nd District (2nd Councilor District)
DUMARPA, FAYSAH MRP. Lanao del Sur, 1st District
DUMPIT, THOMAS L. JR. La Union, 2nd District
DURANO (IV), RAMON H. 5th District, Cebu
ECLEO, GLENDA B. Dinagat Islands, Lone District
EMANO, YEVGENY VICENTE B. Misamis Oriental, 2nd District
ENVERGA, WILFRIDO MARK M. Quezon, 1st District
ESTRELLA, CONRADO M. (III) Pangasinan, 6th District
ESTRELLA, ROBERT RAYMUND M. ABONO Party List
FERRER, JEFFREY P. Negros Occidental, 4th District
GARAY, FLORENCIO C. Surigao Del Sur, 2nd District
GARCIA, ALBERT S. Bataan, 2nd District.
GARCIA, PABLO JOHN F. Cebu, 3rd District
GARCIA, PABLO P. Cebu, 2nd District
GARCIA, VINCENT J. Davao City, 2nd District
GARIN, JANETTE L. Iloilo, 1st District
GATCHALIAN, REXLON T. Valenzuela City, 1st District
GATLABAYAN, ANGELITO C. Antipolo City, 2nd District
GO, ARNULFO F. Sultan Kudarat, 2nd District
GONZALES, AURELIO D. JR. Pampanga 3rd District
GONZALES, RAUL T. JR. Iloilo City
GULLAS, EDUARDO R. Cebu, 1st District
GUNIGUNDO, MAGTANGGOL T. Valenzuela City 2nd District
HOFER, DULCE ANN K. Zamboanga Sibugay, 2nd District
JAAFAR, NUR G. Tawi-Tawi, Lone District
JALA, ADAM RELSON L. Bohol, 3rd District
JALOSJOS, CESAR G. Zamboanga del Norte, 3rd District
JALOSJOS-CARREON, CECILIA G. Zamboanga del Norte, 1st District
JIKIRI, YUSOP H. Sulu, 1st District
KHO, ANTONIO T. Masbate, 2nd District
LABADLABAD, ROSENDO S. Zamboanga del Norte, 2nd District
LACSON, JOSE CARLOS V. Negros Occidental, 3rd District
LAGDAMEO, ANTONIO F. JR. Davao del Norte, 2nd District
LAPUS, JECI A. Tarlac, 3rd District
LAZATIN, CARMELO F. Pampanga, 1st District
LIM, RENO G. Albay, 3rd District
LOPEZ, JAIME C. Manila, 2nd District
MADRONA, ELEANORA JESUS F. Romblon, Lone District
MAGSAYSAY, MARIA MILAGROS H. Zambales, 1st District
MALAPITAN, OSCAR G. Caloocan, 1st District
MAMBA, MANUEL N. Cagayan, 3rd District
MANGUDADATU, DATU PAKUNG S. Sultan Kudarat,
MARANON, ALFREDO D. III Negros Occidental, 2nd District
MATUGAS, FRANCISCO T. Surigao del Norte, 1st District
MENDOZA, MARK LEANDRO L. Batangas, 4th District
MERCADO, ROGER G. Southern Leyte, Lone District
MIRAFLORES, FLORENCIO T. Aklan, Lone District
NAVA, JOAQUIN CARLOS RAHMAN A. (MD) Guimaras, Lone District
NICOLAS, REYLINA G. Bulacan, 4th District
NOGRALES, PROSPERO C. Davao City, 1st District
OLAñO, ARREL R. Davao Del Norte, 1st District
ONG, EMIL L. Northern Samar, 2nd District
ORTEGA, VICTOR FRANCISCO C. La Union, 1st District
PABLO, ERNESTO C. APEC Party List
PANCHO, PEDRO M. Bulacan, 2nd District
PANCRUDO, CANDIDO P. JR. Bukidnon, 1st District
PICHAY, PHILIP A. Surigao Del Sur, 1st District
PIñOL, BERNARDO F. JR. North Cotabato, 2nd District
PUNO, ROBERTO V. Antipolo City, 1st District
RAMIRO, HERMINIA M. Misamis Occidental, 2nd District
REMULLA, JESUS CRISPIN C. Cavite, 3rd District
REYES, CARMELITA O. Marinduque, Lone District
REYES, VICTORIA H. Batangas, 3rd District
ROBES, ARTURO G. San Jose Del Monte City, Lone District
Rodriguez-Zaldarriaga, Adelina Rizal, 2nd District
ROMAN, HERMINIA B. Bataan, 1st District
ROMARATE, GUILLERMO A. JR. Surigao del Norte, 2nd District
ROMUALDEZ, FERDINAND MARTIN G. Leyte, 1st District
ROMUALDO, PEDRO Camiguin, Lone District
ROMULO, ROMAN T. Pasig City, Lone District
ROXAS, JOSE ANTONIO F. Pasay City
SALIMBANGON, BENHUR L. Cebu, 4th District
SALVACION JR., ANDRES D. Leyte, 3rd District
SAN LUIS, EDGAR S. Laguna, 4th District
SANDOVAL, ALVIN S. Malabon-Navotas, Lone District
SANTIAGO, JOSEPH A. Catanduanes, Lone District
SANTIAGO, NARCISO D. (III) ARC Party List
SEACHON-LANETE, RIZALINA L. 3rd district of Masbate
SEARES-LUNA, CECILIA M. Abra, Lone District
SILVERIO, LORNA C. Bulacan, 3rd District
SINGSON, ERIC D. Ilocos Sur, 2nd District
SINGSON, RONALD V. Ilocos Sur, 1st District
SOLIS, JOSE G. Sorsogon, 2nd District
SOON-RUIZ, NERISSA CORAZON Cebu, 6th District
SUAREZ, DANILO E. Quezon, 3rd District
SUSANO, MARY ANN L. Quezon City, 2nd District
SY-ALVARADO, MA. VICTORIA R. Bulacan, 1st District
SYJUCO, JUDY J. 2nd Dsitrict, Iloilo
TALINO-MENDOZA, EMMYLOU J. North Cotabato, 1st District
TAN, SHAREE ANN T. Samar, 2nd District
TEODORO, MARCELINO R. Marikina City, 1st District
TEODORO, MONICA LOUISSE PRIETO Tarlac, 1st District
TEVES, PRYDE HENRY A. Negros Oriental, 3rd District
TUPAS, NEIL C. JR. Iloilo, 5th District
UNGAB, ISIDRO T. Davao City, 3rd District
UY, EDWIN C. Isabela, 2nd District
UY, REYNALDO S. Samar, 1st District
UY, ROLANDO A. Cagayan De Oro City, Lone District
VALDEZ, EDGAR L. APEC Party List
VALENCIA, RODOLFO G. Oriental Mindoro, 1st District
VARGAS, FLORENCIO L. Cagayan, 2nd District
VILLAFUERTE, LUIS R. Camarines Sur, 2nd District
VILLAROSA, MA. AMELITA C. Occidental Mindoro, Lone District
VIOLAGO, JOSEPH GILBERT F. Nueva Ecija, 2nd District
YAP, JOSE V. Tarlac, 2nd District
YU, VICTOR J. Zamboanga Del Sur, 1st District
ZAMORA, MANUEL E. 1st District, Compostela Valley
ZIALCITA, EDUARDO C. Parañaque, 1st District

Are we going to allow these jokers to impose their pathetic political will to once again pervert the constitution to perpetuate their political and economic stranglehold on a political system that has always been unfairly tilted to favor them and their legitimate and illegitimate vested interest?

Name:   A. Morales
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Date:   June 5, 2009

On Embang Serfino as Confidential Assistant of Sharee Ann Tan:

I didn't know that the popular and beloved Mana Embang, the perennial emcee of Catbalogan, is working with Rep. Sharee Ann Tan. I am consoled that she has some influence on the young congresswoman. I believe that Mrs. Serfino is competent and credible. She could guide the career of an inexperienced legislator.

While Mrs. Serfino is highly esteemed in Catbalogan, Fely Castillo of USA complains that she is unprincipled. I do not think that Mana Embang is unprincipled. In fact, she's the one who stands as the conscience to her boss. But, as to whether her boss listens to her is another matter. She is simply being dragged into the poor performance of her boss.

Mrs. Serfino is only guilty of association with the incompetent Tan dynasty. I do not know why she accepted the position as confidential assistant because only she can answer that. The same question was asked why the highly respected Sec. Esperanza Cabral, former UP-PGH head, of DSWD remained with the Arroyo presidency. Guilty by association is difficult to erase in the minds of the public. In the world of auditors, there are two faces of independence: independence in fact and independence in appearance. Applying the same concept, one's guilt is either by fact or by appearance. I strongly believe that Mrs. Serfino and Sec. Cabral are merely guilty by appearance.

My challenge to Desiderata, defender of the honor of Mrs. Serfino, is to convince Mrs. Serfino to relay to Rep. Sharee Ann Tan for her office to be transparent and competent. I know that Mrs. Serfino's strengths are in communications. She has served as PIA provincial director before. Can they publish what they did with the more than Php 140 million that were Rep. Tan's pork barrel share in the two years that she held office? Can they come up with a website so they can show how the lady legislator is voting or reacting on issues of national concern? Can they enumerate the substantial things that the office of Rep. Tan has done in her more than 2 years as congresswoman? Can they spell out the difference, if there is any, to her performance compared to that of Cata or Eddie?

Sad to say, I know that the performance of Rep. Tan is as dismal as her predecessors. Instead of dealing with the real issues, she continues to perpetrate the "Wowowee"-style of governance of her mother---raffle draws, dole out politics, and bugas-ngan-delata delivery. Is Samar better off with both Sharee Ann and Mila on Samar's throne than say two years ago? The sad answer is a big NO.

Name:   A. Morales
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Date:   06-03-09

Arrogance Begets Public Disapproval

The House of Representatives' arrogant show of power in the dead of the night convening itself as a constituent assembly sans the participation of the Senate is reminiscent of Batasang Pambansa's proclamation of Marcos as president in 1986 and the Senate's refusal to open the the envelope believed to contain damaging evidence against President Estrada in 2001. Both actions were done in haste and with the use of sheer force of the ruling majority. Both were done by the bully majority against a weak and marginalized minority. Both historical events supposedly were to protect the incumbent presidents but both turned out to be the rallying points that caused the collapse of the Marcos dictatorship and the demise of Erap's presidency.

The problem with Arroyo's allies in the House is their thick-faced arrogance of power. No less than the presidential son, Rep. Mikey Arroyo, was in the forefront of the house resolution that would open the constitution to changes that would benefit the sitting president and the members of the House of Representatives via term extension, removal of term limits, and other political accommodations.

A Constituent Assembly mode of changing the constitution is supposed to be done by both houses of congress, the Senate and the House of Representatives, but the bully congressmen think that they could dispense the Senate. Cockiness and haughtiness are in the minds of the ruling majority. They know that they could do what they want since they have the numbers to back their actions. And, maybe because they know that the recent retirement of justices who were opposed to illegal modes of constitutional changes opens a new window of opportunity. They know that they now have the upperhand to appoint justices who would merely kowtow to the request of the administration. After all the battle royale will be fought in the Supreme Court. To date, only 3 justices of the 15-member tribunal are not Arroyo appointees. I think that only Chief Justice Puno (Ramos appointee), Justice Quisumbing (Ramos appointee), and Ynares-Santiago (Estrada appointee) and the maverick Justice Antonio Carpio (Arroyo appointee) will be the four hardcore defenders of the constitution. Justices Austria-Martinez, Corona, Carpio-Morales, Chico-Nazario, Velasco, Nachura, Leonardo-De Castro, Brion, Peralta, and the new justices that would replace Justices Azcuna and Tinga will most likely vote to uphold the theory of the House of Representatives.

Pres. Arroyo must be smiling in disbelief how easy it is for her to extend her term of office. Incidentally, her Political Adviser Gabriel Claudio is a samarnon. Amazingly, every single move was calculated and staged. GMA calls for the merger of Lakas and Kampi last Thursday, less than a week later the House rams a resolution convening itself as a Constituent Assembly with or without the participation of the Senate since they believe that the voting for changes in the charter should be jointly and not separately.

Timing is everything. The Senate is busy trying its own member Senator Manny Villar and hearing the cheesy sex scandal of Kho and Halili. This coming weekend on the birthday of Sen. Panfilo Lacson, another bitter critic of the administration, Col. Cesar Mancao will be arriving from the US to testify against Lacson for his alleged involvement in the Dacer-Corbito murder. While the Senate is in disarray, the House will make sure that the CON-ASS will deliver the CHA-CHA to the enjoyment of GMA and her cohorts.

Even the broad spectrum of the opposition is splintered with so many presidential candidates. Divide and conquer is the tactic of the administration. With a splintered opposition, a disorderly senate, a compliant Supreme Court, an evil administration, and a complacent public, GMA and her cohorts will continue to push their luck further and further.

However, they should learn the basics of history. At the height of Marcos' arrogance, he was humbled when the public claimed the seat of power and showed him the exit door by flying a helicopter to his exile in Hawaii. At the height of Estrada's oozing confidence, he was humiliated to get out of Malacanang via boat thru the Pasig River to his exile in jail and his Tanay resthouse. Will Arroyo's haughtiness hasten her retirement to oblivion? Well, the two former presidents were taken by a chopper and a boat.. Will she be dragged in a kariton when it's her turn to repeat the same mistake committed by her predecessors.

It's all deja vu. It is a perfect example of history repeating itself.

Name:   Lea Basbas
Address:   Tanauan, Leyte 6502, Philippines
Email:   leab.as69@yahoo.com
Date:   June 03, 2009

Pra ha LEYTE provincial HOSPItal

TO ALL CONCERN: Usa gad la ako nga mulupyo nga naka obserbar ha Leyte Provincial Hospital. Bahin gad la hini it ira patakaran like for check up. Kasi it iba nga mga pasyente bsan sayu pa nga nakada pra pomila ngada pg abot hit doctor, naiiha la ghap ano ba ini myada pabor pabor?? I just want to suggest WHAT IF MAY NUMBERS pra kon hin o it mauna asya it ma aasekaso. Diri kon hin o it ayon hit doktor asya it mauuna. IT’S VERY UNFAIR!!!

DIRI la ini pra ha akon kondi pra ghap intawon hit iba pa nga mga pasyente. Nka irita gad mn lwat usahay pg huhulat ba nga ma EXPECT kita nga ma uuna pg asekaso ky UNA or EARLY mn nga umabot.asya la gad it ak baga SUGGESTion.

Pra LA PATAS HA TANAN NGA MGA PASYENTE....SALAMAT MORE POWER!!!

Name:   Samarnon
Address:   Canada
Email:
Date:   June 3, 2009

Kaupay gud han imo memorya Sangkay Addi Batica. Maupay gud an imo pag bina-id hiton imo utak...still very sharp it imo memory! Just like my Nanay, bisan pa yana nga lagas na hiya (excuse me, deri ko karuyag sidngon nga "matured" ka na liwat), lugi pa kami han iya memory recall han history and current events. An akon la nahihinumduman ha DYVL an tambalan nira Lito Maye ngan hi Lulu. Sabagay, DYMS ug DYRV ha Catbalogan an agsob pamatian ha balay namon.

Name:   Adelbert Batica
Address:   Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408, USA
Email:   abatica@hotmail.com
Date:   2 de junio 2009

Re: Brod Ed Caceres' reminiscences of DYVL - Salamat ha imo, Brod Ed, an akon hadto kasabot nga namingaw ka la dida ha New Jersey. Maupay nala nga nagsurat ka dinhi ha Samarnews. Balitaw, ha akon la ini "pagtiro-timbang", mas maupay gud han hadto pa nga panahon an mga taramdan ngan mga tigbalita ug mga comentario ha DYVL. Labi na gud an imo ngan han akon "favorito" - hi Mr. Peping Calleja, nga danay usahay "nabato-bato" han aton hadto fraternity ha DWU, pinaagui hin iya mga "pasumbingay" dida han mga pasamwak. He was a truly a guy we loved to hate, as he also kept us amused and entertained (bisan kon danay kita naiigo...kundi "usahay" la.) Sugad man kan July Cabaluna, maupay liwat adto panmati-an an iya mga comentario. Asay pa an mga taramdam dida han kulop (an "Paisan-isan Han Mga Posong") ngan ha gab-i ("Hira Tukmo Ngan Punay", ngan "Takna Han Harana").

Seguro, tungod man gud han aton hadto ka "addicted" pagpinanmati han mga winaray nga taramdan ha DYVL, naaghat kita pagpasundayag han makaruruyag nga drama, "An Anak Han Manaranggut", obra maestra han nawara Norberto Romualdez, Sr. Pastilan, ngada yana - nahinunumdum la gihapon ako han "dialogue", hin ka makaruruyag la ngay-an yaknon han aton minayuyo nga winaray. Kanugon la nga waray adto naton ipasamwak ha DYVL (kay seguro, waray ta ada hadto "sponsor"), kay kon nahipasamwak pa - bay-ug gud ada an bug-os nga Samar-Leyte hin katatawa.

Kon may man ugaring mainuyaton ngan maungod pagpasundayag hini nga drama, andam gud ako panmati ha radio, o sino pagkita ha entablado. Yana kay aada naman iton Liceo del Verbo Divino, hinaut pa unta nga aada pa iton nga "script" han "Anak Han Manaranggut". Salamat nala hini nga imo pangandoy, Brod Ed, kay baga natatambal gihapon an akon kamingaw ngan kahidlaw han mga tuig ngan mga "kakulop" nga naglabay. Upaya nala niyo dida ha New Jersey, ngan kumusta nala ha ngatanan nga aton mga paisanos didto.

Addi Batica
Minneapolis, MN

Name:   DesiDeRata
Address:   Catbalogan, Samar
Email:
Date:   June 2, 2009

USA denizen Fely Castillo’s scathing remarks as contained in her message dated 16 May 2009 on Mrs. Embang Serfino’s “principios” reek with the puritanical bigotry of the Salem Witch Hunt and the infamy of the Inquisition. For someone who seems so far away yet so concerned with the mundane world of local politics, kibitzer Fely Castillo is, for one, pompously trivial, the reason why until now nobody takes notice of her rumblings. Were it not for the “holier-than-thou” stance she expended in castigating Mrs.. Serfino, I would not bother myself to adopt a defense. While Ms. Castillo can assume any position of calisthenics in besmirching Mila Tan and her daughter Sharee Ann, she should have at least the sensibility to consider that Mrs. Serfino is not an elected public official and no longer a public servant, for she retired from the service a couple years ago or so, and her services with Sharee Ann as confidential assistant is on a co-terminus status. May I ask Ms. Castillo, what did Mrs. Serfino do to her or to the Samareños to deserve her public condemnation? The most decent thing that Fely Castillo can do to Mrs. Serfino is to publicly apologize.

Name:   A. Morales
Email:
Date:   06-02-09

Look at the picture

The frontpage picture on a mass wedding sponsored by the 14th Infantry Battalion (Avenger) of the 8th Infantry Division as part of their 36th Founding Anniversary celebration has some odd images that are totally outrageous. The PR Officer of this battalion must have not properly reviewed the picture with two of the brides bulging in their last trimester of pregnancies. What has this picture paints? Well, it tries to tell the whole world that members of the 14th IB of the 8ID are not truly military gentlemen---ones who uphold the virtues of chastity, rights and welfare of women, and their own personal discipline.

Mr. PR man, please be careful next time.

Name:   Sankay
Address:   Tacloban City
Email:
Date:   June 1, 2009

The Philippine Senate headed by Senator Ponci Enrile ignorantly is proposing a law to outlaw internet sex video much less internet hacking. Who could be the most ignorant in the world than an old man himself who possibly depended his secretary all his life to perform office work? Even the NPA command and control nationwide which heavily use encrypted and discreet computer systems, our AFP cannot even make a dent. I bet you that the NPA is communicating in video pictures of military target better than the AFP, yet the Philippine Senate is much more interested in sex video. My Godness! Where is and what is our national priority? Should Ponci Enrile put up billions of pesos national budget to irradiate sex video? Why can’t we just leave the show business alone? It is guaranteed Hayden Kho, Maricar Reyes and Katrinia Halili were all enjoying then and still enjoying worldwide popularity today. Their worth is better now if they pose in Playboy Magazine.

Name:   Edgar Caceres
Address:   Newark, NJ, USA
Email:   CEdgar51@aol.com
Date:   June 1, 2009

To Ms. Girlie Grimaldi, kun nahanumdom ka pa han DYVL ha Tacloban ngan DYDW (waray na ako hine hi-abot nga radio station), poyde mo ine nga duha nga radio station mabatian hin live. Pakadto la hine nga website (kanan DOST ada ine) and findout the details on how to listen to these two waray stations. Pagtikang ko pamati, nahanumdom ako han "Operation Bulig", "Operation Pinggan" and other waray nga mga programa. Poyde ka ngani manawagan hin live ngadton han imo mga uropod ha aton. Masumo la usahay pagpinamati hadton mga anouncers nga mga binaydan han mga pulitiko (block timers ada an tawag hine ha ira). Bag-o na an mga announcers pero an ira style amo la guihapon though "Babes" Custodio -manager of DYVL still have some programs. http://www.evonline.net.ph/

Name:   Girlie Grimaldi
Address:   New York City, New York, U.S.A.
Email:
Date:   31 May 2009

To Mr. Ray Gaspay and Ms. Emy Bonifacio:

I'd like to commend you and your radio podcast program "Panginano-a Daw!" for outstanding public service not only for the citizens of Catbalogan but for all Samareños and Waraynons all over the world. Thank you for bringing out pertinent issues affecting the people of Samar and encouraging open discourse. Hopefully our elected politicians and government officials listen to your program as well and pay very close attention to what's being discussed. Thanks, too, to the program's sponsors - Samar Vice Governor Jesus B. Redaja, Hon. Florencio G. Noel of An Waray Party List and VS Grand Tours of Catbalogan City.

Please keep up the good work. I always look forward to listening to your program here in New York City. Good job! Damo nga salamat and best regards.

Name:   John Brazel
Address:   302 B Finback Street, West Kalayaan, Olongapo 2200, Zambales, Philippines
Email:   jgbrazel@yahoo.com
Date:   31 May 2009

My wife was born on the 5th of May 1975 at Calbayog to a YOLANDA MORALES, father Emilio Yabut (deceased0. She had been separated from a young age and has always been wondering about her mother. She grew up in Cubao in Manila. Yolanda would be in her late 50’s now. If anyone has any information in this regard it would be appreciated.

Name:   Danilo Abiles Jr. y Velarde
Address:   One Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Home Depot Complex, Pasig City, Philippines
Email:   princelion.abiles@yahoo.com
Date:   0530H31May2009

To Ricky,

McDanny ini - during trekker time ha SSPC. Good to read about you that you are still in the adventures and natures.

Goodluck!!! Mabuhay Samarnon!!!

Name:   Sankay
Address:   Tacloban City
Email:
Date:   May 30, 2009

On Kho-Halili and Kho-Maricar Video:

Their luscious video is available frame-by-frame free for download worldwide by many open sources on the Limewire.com and BitTorrent.com websites. It is the hottest free download worldwide. There is no need to pay P200 DVD on the street.

Name:   A. Morales
Address:   Catbalogan
Email:
Date:   May 30, 2009

Kho-Halili Senate Drama

It is so disgusting watching the whole Kho-Halili drama at the Senate the other day. You have a purely criminal case paraded to the whole nation as a hearing in aid of legislation. Dr. Kho should be charged in the proper legal forum instead of having him face the senate. The thing is the whole episode only added insult to the injury suffered by Katrina Halili. It is so sad that we have politicians who are acting like screen actors and we have actors who are acting like politicians. The proper treatment would have to exclude the public of the hearing if the intent was to really hear the story of the crime perpetrated and to eventually craft legislation that would prevent, penalize, or criminalize the video-recording of private sexual encounters for public consumption. Having a public hearing only eroded the credibility of the senate. But the intent was not in aid of legislation but merely a platform for incompetent legislators to parade their thirst for media mileage.

Take for instance the bully Sen. Jinggoy Estrada, he castigated a lawyer by using his mantra of "since I am a senator, you have no right to question my ruling." A grade 1 pupil can easily beat Jinggoy in a debate. Since he could not justify the "media-hungry" stand of the committee, he resorted to his bully rhetoric. Having an unggoy instead of Jinggoy in the senate is probably better. My goodness, can we put an end to this Estrada nightmare in our national life? I hope that we no longer elect another member of the Estrada family into national office.

Another comic is Sen. Ramon "Bong" Revilla. He denounced that Abner Afuang's dousing Hayden Kho with water was a mere "scripted" gimmick of the Kho camp. He later apologized for his stupid remarks when he later heard that Afuang was really mad at Kho's lewd acts. Remember that it was this studpid clone of his father, unfortunately another former senator, who brought this whole scam into the fore of the senate. Truth to tell, Sen. Revilla has no moral ascendancy to denounce the abuse perpetrated by Hayden Kho because he himself is another womanizer who have been fooling with his legal wife. It is public knowledge that the chinky-eyed senator has begotten children out of his own marriage. When he uttered the word "scripted," I simply laughed because he was merely explaining how scripted his "privilege speech" and public acts as well. When a senator follows order from another scam queen, Lolit Solis, his manager, I don't think that he is credible. Since Bong Revilla is salivating the vice presidency or another comeback to the Senate next year, can we all just padlock his chances? Why vote for somebody whose major accomplishment is delivering a speech denouncing a sex scandal? Erap is better as a senator because he authored the Carabao Bill but incompetent fellows of Erap like Lito Lapid, Bong Revilla, and Jinggoy Estrada have not authored even a single major legislation. Talk about "scripted?"

Also, the chair Senator Madrigal is another media hungry lady. When she banged the gavel and reminded Katrina Halili to refrain from using foul language against Kho, I was reminded of her own verbal abuse against Gilbert Remulla spewing invectives like "lintik na itik na talunang manok," "corruption king of Cavite," "Landgrabber of Cavite," and others. If a senator like Madrigal supposedly coming from a respectable family can utter those unparliamentary language, how can she impose that on Katrina Halili? This lady also wants to be vice president of Ping Lacson. She is really mad these days because Manny Villar keeps on snubbing her and Gilbert Remulla filed a case against her and her heiress aunt Chito Madrigal did not give her a dime when she died.

Now, Hayden Kho should face the proper forum to answer for his unathorized recording of his sexual explorations. He should use his sexual fantasies in the Bilibid. The NBI should file the necessary charges against him. The Philippine Medical Association in conjunction with the Professional Regulation Commission should start the hearing of revoking his medical license. The Optical Media Board should stop the proliferation of the pirated DVDs of the Kho-Halili & others sexual encounters. The Philippine Senate should focus on more important legislations instead of trying to grab some media mileage out of all this sexual scandal.

The real news like the the ethics case of Sen. Manny Villar, the merger of Lakas and Kampi, and the swine flu pandemic have all been swept to the sidelines because of the sexual scandal. To me, the senate should lead the public to focus on issues that of great national concerns and not merely follow the public for its own interest in media mileage and public voyeurism. Enough of this Kho-Halili episode and let us focus on other issues that affects the ability of Juan dela Cruz or Mang Pandoy to eat three meals a day, a roof over his head, a shirt over his back, and the opportunity for his kids to attend schools this June.

Are they discussing these pressing issues? No, they are all into showbiz!

Name:   Libe A. Bantay
Address:   1196 Pablo Ocampo Sr. Ext., Sta. Cruz, Makati City
Email:   liberatobantay@yahoo.com
Date:   05/26/09

Maupay nga adlaw hit ngatanan nga nabisita hini nga website.

Karuyag ko la magpakiana kon uunan-on ko nga usa ako nga maka-apply hiton nga mag-aabre nga hotel ha GUIUAN. Accountann ako didi ha Makati pero karuyag ko gud nga didto la ako mag trabaho hit akon probinsya nga sinirangan. Kunta mayda makasagot hini nga ako pakiana....

Name:   Benjie Jarabilo
Address:   Lingunan, Valenzuela City
Email:   benjiejarabilo@ymail.com
Date:   May 26, 2009

Sa lahat ng taga Malinao,

Maupay nga patron ha iyo ngatanan! pakikumusta nla ak kan Ms. Lucydel Adao...GOD BLESS U ALL!!

Name:   A. Morales
Address:   Catbalogan
Email:
Date:   May 23, 2009

Thanking Capt. Basilio Balasbas and looking for the beef!

Many thanks for the update Capt. Balasbas. How I wish we could have public officials with unselfish desire like that of Capt. Balasbas.

I think it is now time for all of us Samarnons in the 2nd district of Samar to ask our lady representative Sharee Ann Tan to account for the Php 140 million (Php 70 million per year) pork barrel fund that she got from the national government. How did she allocate the money and could she show us some proof? With another Php 70 million coming for her third year of her first term, we should hold her accountable before the entire Php 210 million will just be another sham.

Where's the beef, Sharee Ann? Recently, she claimed that she is among the 10 poorest congressmen of the country with less than Php 3 million in net assets. Being the youngest, she deserves to be there but we should collectively ask her to show us what she has done differently from her predecessor.

Maybe the local media should become the watchdog of the people instead of acting as the lapdog of the politicians. They should ask our public officials how they spent the taxpayers' money instead of asking our public officials their AC/DC (Attack and Collect/Defend and Collect) fees.

Can Isog Han Samar ask those hard questions to our public officials? Where's the beef? Show us some proof!

The taste of the pudding is in the eating. Moooooooooooo!!!

Name:   Novie Flores
Address:   Cainta, Rizal 1900, Philippines
Email:   info@ke2000c.com
Date:   May 22, 2009

We are reaching out to spread the word, ANY contact you may have who can assist us please email: info@ke2000c.com

Ipina-aalam po sa lahat na si Jimmy Castillo Lim ay pumanaw na noong Martes, Mayo 19, 2009.

Aming hinahanap ang kaniyang mga malapit na kamag-anak upang maisa-ayos ang kanyang burol. Sa mga kamag-anak o sinuman na makapag-bibigay ng impormasyon upang mahanap ang kanyang kamag-anak, maari po lamang na tumawag o mag-text sa mga numero:

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EMAIL: info@ke2000c.com

Hanapin si Marife Banda, Luis Banda or Mark Hael.

Ang kanyang labi ay kasalukuyang nakalagak sa:

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Name:   Romeo G. Odasco Jr.
Address:   Sp. Village, Brgy Pahanocoy, Bacolod City 1600, Negros Occidental
Email:   certirock_hc@yahoo.com
Date:   may 21,2009

Sumulat ako dahil sa kagustuhan ko pong ma aired nyu para man lng malaman ko ang kalagayan ng kapatid ko na si Ms. Rosemarie G. Odasco dun po sa Brgy. Getigo, Lope de Vega, Northern Samar...salamat po..heto po ang aking numero 09099081211.

Name:   Roger Makabenta
Address:   Tacloban, Leyte
Email:
Date:   20/05/2009

Na approve na ba an 2009 Annual Budget han Western Samar?

[ Waray Pa,'Ger - Editor ]

Name:   Salagtamsi
Address:   Guinsurungan, Catbalogan, Samar
Email:   kahimoni_kalipay@yahoo.com
Date:   May 19, 2009

Mano Rey,

An pagpaabot ko hin madagaang nga pagsaludar hini nga imo makasamarnon nga higwaos. Mayda ko la ginbibiling, an parte han "KULTURA" nga hangawan. Kunta magkamay-ada ka dinhi hin hangawan para han 'arts and culture naton nga duro hin kariko.

Akon ig-aasoy an at karikuhan
Kunta aton tagdon ug diri bayaan,
An taghoy han siday, kasanhi nga batasan
Aton gad igparayaw, matam-is nga pinulungan,

Salamat,

Salagtamsi

Name:   Basilio A. Balasbas
Address:   539 Gen. Ricarte Ext., San Antonio, San Pedro, Laguna
Email:    balasbas.basilio@yahoo.com
Date:   17 May 2009

To A. Morales of Catbalogan

I am still here trying to acquire enough ammunition for a no non-sense campaign from start to finish. This is a gargantuan task to accomplish that once we commence there is no turning back.

I am appending herewith a communication from a very special friend who will be a very big factor once we start our massive campaign province wide.

5/15/

Dear Basil,

I was able to read your email to Prof Cesar Torres just this evening. Of course nalipay ako hin duro nga at, least nakakakilala ka pa ha akon...Nag retire na ako as SUC president ha Siquijor State College after working for almost 44 years in government., , Kararating ko lang galing sa San Jose for a short conference with some estate realtor personnel. Nandito ako sa San Francisco, CA dahil nandito na ang isang kong anak si Irence na nagtatrabaho sa Judicial Council of California. Babalik din ako dyan sa Samar before the twon fiesta in Catbalogan, this August, God willing.

Basil, kikitaon ko la this 2010 kay damo iton nag aaghat ha akon pag pa candidato komo congresista ha Samar. Kun baga, kitaon ko nga mayda paglaom, then probaran ko pag dumara mangad pa baga umuswag an provinsya han Samar nga maiha na nga panahon nga naghiragayday. .. labi na jud an mga kablas, pobre ug mga timawa. With my trak records as SUC President for about 15 years and president of presidents of Colleges and universities, notwithstanding our linkages and connctions with different GOs & NGOs, , casting modesty aside, I am certian mahihimo ta ito pag pa uswag han panginabuhi han katawhan dida ha lalawigan han Samar. In fact, ini nga imo ubos nga sangkay an nag spearhead han COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE MODERNIZATION OF SIQUIJOR ISLAND PROVINCE. Didto liwat gin launched an THE TRIUMPH OF THE PEOPLE wherein the poorest of the poor Siquijorians will at least be 2% above GNP before year 2025. Ug ine nahimogso while I was president of Siquijor State College from 2000-2008.- - -

An gin kikinahanglan ta yana nga panahon an pag urusa, pagboroblig, in our own little way, base man intawon umuswag an provinsya han Samar nga, ha dugay na nga panahon oripon la gihapon ha kakablasan an damo naton nga mga kabugto-an, apisar nga damo an aton natural and human resources dida ha aton lalawigan.

Sayud ka man han aton mga kinabuhi hadto nga panahon han mga kabataan pa kita dida ha Guinsorongan. Pero tungod han aton panlimbasog, nagpakatapos kita han pag aram ug naka pag servisyo han aton igkasi filipino... Lugaring la kay dida man ako nagtrabaho ha educational institutions, diri kumo usa nga elected official han probinsya ha Samar.

Damo gad an akon plano ug mga pa agi pag pa uswag han Samar, Dida ko ine ig sasaysay pag abot han tama nga panahon, especially on governance, ug pag pa uswag han panginabuhi han katawhan ha Samar.:Ngani yana, I received infor nga diri nakaka penetrate an mga volunteers, community organizers, didto ha mga upland barangays dida ha Motiong, Catbalogan, Jiabong, etc kay diri natugot an mga NO PERMANENT ADDRESS. Mayda dida long time politician behind this movement base magpadayon an ira mga personal nga mga panuyo anan....kay kon damo an gutom, madali nera ma palet during elections... I hope makita mo iton tinuod nga kahimtang hiton Samar...compared hiton iba nga mga provinces ha Pinas, waray labot han pag compare ha iba nga nasud.... Paki-ana , ..waray na ba tinuod nga taga Samar nga maaram mag dumara hin maupay han probinsya.?. .Panahon na ... PAG MATA NA SAMAR!

Hanggang sa susunod..... .Hope to hear from you soon Basil.

An imo sangkay,

Doming

From: Basilio Balasbas <balasbas.basilio@ yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [GugmaHanSamar] Tikang kan Doctor Doming Cabanganan, Basil hain ka na?
To: GugmaHanSamar@ yahoogroups. Com
Date: Saturday, 16 May, 2009, 10:56 AM

Prof Cesar,

I'm still locked up with my former employer in Subic to get the money that I am going to utilize initially to finance the creation of our campaign Hqs in Catbalogan and in Calbayog not to mention the mobilization of our volunteers. For more than one (1) month I have'nt read my email. Anyway Doc Doming is a dear friend and a neighbor in Guinsorongan during our elementary days. They originated from Bagacay, Daram, Samar.

With respect to the problem of penetrating highlands inorder to echo the problems of graft and corruption in the urban centers being perpetrated by the TRAPOS, the military has its civil military arm. Community organizers can communicate with the 8th ID and together they can conduct CMO and convince the NPA's to work hand in hand for peace, progress and development especially those in the hinterlands of Samar.

I cannot yet proceed to Samar to start a no non sense campaign because I am still in the process of raising funds to sustain our campaign activities from start to finish. I will keep you posted for the progress of our vote-seeking activities province wide.

Basil Balasbas

Name:   Fely Castillo
Address:   USA
Email:
Date:   May 16, 2009

To all Samarnon:

Ma-iha na ako nga cge pag binasa hini nga site, pero yana la ako na aghat hin pag surat kay baga diri ko na kaya huna-huna-on an natatabo ha aton mahal nga probinsya (SAMAR) na basa ko an kan Mr. Morales yana panawagan dara hini nga kan Mila plano nga ibutang niya tanan iya mga anak ha politica para ma solo nira an power. Ma-abot an panahon hasta na iya mga bugto, paryentes ha (what's her place?) pa kada-on ha Samar para liwat mag candidato.

Sobra na gud ka mga lur_ng o gago hini nga mga tawo ha aton kn mag pa uwat pa hira kan MILA. Huna huna-on nala nira kon ano na an gn bubuhat ni Mila kon tanan iya anak aada na ha poder. Maupay na manla kon may na himo nga kaupayan ini nga pamilya para ha SAMAR kay OK gud nga dri naton hira buhi-an para mag hinga-upay an Samar. Bisan iya anak dri ngani gn babati kn ano an nabuhat ha congreso.

Cring pa didi, kay ano daw la hi Mrs. Serfino nga kumarawat ka personal secretary hito nga congresswoman nga sobra gud hin ka ma prinsepyo ni Mrs. Serfino, nag pa uwat la hya. Asya na ini an gn sisiring nga "MONEY TALKS" d ba? Bisan ano ka ma prinsepyo basta may kwarta (na kakasilaw), go nala!

Mrs. SERFINO, hoy gising! hain na an imo prensipyo ha kinabuhi?

SAMARNON, pag mata na gad kamo!

Name:   Taga Salug
Address:   Catbalogan City
Email:
Date:   May 16, 2009

Hiuning hini nga Mila Tan's family dynasty, ungod la iton nga sering ni Mr. Tony Morales nga posible nga magdaog hira ngatanan yana nga tidaraon nga eleksiyon. Maraam man kita nga an ira pinakakusog nga machinery iton aton mga kabugtuan ha igbaw/bukid. Dako gud an ira investments didto han mga leaders ha igbaw...napirdi niya hi Cata Figueroa hin suhulay ngadto ha igbaw. Bidding manla iton ha ira, kon hino an mas hataas mag bid asya an ira dadad-on. Siguro nagbabasol gud ada hi Cata nga api hiya han pagpinatalsik kan General Palparan.

Hay pastilan, amo gud ini an aton guinsesering hini nga aton mga kabugtuan ha igbaw, hain naman an iyo guin sisering nga prinsipyo? Deri ba taliwas ini han iyo pangumpanya ug mga saad? Yana kay nakatilaw kamo hin damo nga kuwarta an iyo mga guin sesering nga mga "leaders", ano man an ira guinbubuhat para ha iyo nga mga uwat-uwat? Amo gadla.

 

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