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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by PMMA97, May 9, 2010.

  1. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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  2. Wp.22

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    My senatorial list is not yet complete i need some inputs
     


  3. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Pres - gordon
    VP - bayani


    senators -

    Pia Cayatano
    Adel Tamano
    ruffi biazon
    miriam santiago
    HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, ANA THERESIA
    LIM, DANILO DELA PUZ
    toots ople
    lito osmena
    gwen pimentel
    teofisto guingona
    frank drilon
    ariel querobin

    I guess this is my list
    Ganun din , I voted for some because wala ako alam sa iba
    I liked lito O's platform ng promdi
    Danny Lim was endorsed by conrado de quiros, and if a communist recommends a military guy , that has to be good
    Toots ople for the ofw
    gwen pimental , I dont know anything about her except anak ni aquilino, ok na yun
    Drilon , dating senate pres
    Querobin , I've heard his son speak , mukang magaling din. Plus wala nako maisip na iba
     
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  4. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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  5. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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    Lim belongs to the USMA Class of 1978.
     
  6. Allegra

    Allegra

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    parang malabo yung article on his stance sa firearms
    Toatal gunban sa maguindanao or nationwide gunban?

    We know matapang sya
    Matalino kaya?His son was so articulate ang daming positive respones when he guested sa radio
    Pag matalino kasi , pwedeng mapalinawagan
     
  7. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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    IMO if he believes that a total gunban will solve a problem in an area then he may apply the same logic on other areas. Buong Pilipinas has some kind of warlord in one form or another.

    He is from the PMA Class of 1976. And I would assume na matalino siya.
    Sayang nga lang at nakakulong kaya kokonti ang guestings sa print at broadcast media.

    I found this on the web para lalo tayong malito on his stance on civilian firearms ownership.

    http://www.aquilafaa.com/news.htm
     
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  8. MAJINKONG

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  9. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Yep
    when even your ideological enemy votes for you, you must be doing something right
    Convince me why not?
     
  10. Black_SIR

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  11. jasonub

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    because he has transferred to the commies due to what happened to him hehehe
     
  12. sandman_sy

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    I'm just going to rant.. M$%^&* F^&(er... :steamed:

    I hate the palakasay system that we Filipinos are accustomed.. while countless voters have been lining up waiting for their numbers to be called, here comes some politically connection *****hole... marching in and gets right in.

    Is his vote more important than ours?? or is his right to vote more valuable to comelec bakit naka.vote cya instantly??

    Rant over.... i hate thos *****holes.... and the people that allows this.. i got my number 8:00 in our precinct and i was numbered 200++... they were calling number 70++ at the time, ngayon 12:00 na.. 150++ pa... COMELEC... YOUR SYSTEM SUCKSSSSSS!!!!!
     
  13. MAJINKONG

    MAJINKONG Sr. Member

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    YUP!!! worst election ever. HABA PILA, mabagal PA. me too kanina pa 8am sa precint, heto hinde pa rin nakakaboto. PAunahin ang mga A@#*#^E!!!!
     
  14. Allegra

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    hehe ang puso mga fafa, they werent kidding when they said to bring sunblock
    I had to line up for 2 hours under the sun before I got in
    Kunyari nalang nasa beach
    BFF na nga kami ng katabi ko sa pila
     
  15. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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    I was in line at around 0630H and casted my ballot just before noon.
    Our precinct was flooded by senior citizens on the onset.

    There were still about 500 voters waiting in my precinct alone when I left.

    [​IMG]


    I understand the frustrations felt by those who have been waiting patiently and just got bypassed by "VIPs" but we must not easily give up to exercise our right to select our leaders.
     
  16. edtf

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    Not bad in New Manila - I was able to vote in less than an hour - Yes better bring a towel, umbrella and a bottle of water
     
  17. bikethief

    bikethief itchy trigger

    I'm one of the lucky ones. I lined up at 11:30 and I was done at 12:15. Our precinct is just a 2 minute walk from my house and the PPCRV volunteers here are from the Youth Council of our subdivision. They encoded the paper Voters Precincts lists into 3 (personally owned) laptops to speed up the segregation process. Our village also provided enough chairs and assigned waiting areas under park trees for voters coming from neighboring communities. May nagbebenta pa ng siomai for 25php for 6 pcs.! Good Job!
     
  18. Allegra

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    Go Gordon - Bayani!! :)

    Go Shogun Rua !!
     
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  19. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

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    almost home
    I knew Lyoto would get knocked out.
    I also knew Cintron would pull some sort of cowardly stunt.

    In other news... my wife and I lined up for 3 and a half hours before
    we got to cast our votes: it was hot and humid, and extremely crowded.

    Vote buying was rampant and on blatant display, here in our part of
    Quezon City: if I heard the handlers right, it was P200 per Villar vote,
    and P300 for Aquino, right outside the actual voting room. Anyone selling
    their vote would just hold his/her completed ballot upright, while they were
    still seated, so the handler outside could see which oval had been marked,
    (through the voting room's window jalousies) and the voter would get paid
    immediately on exiting the room.

    Hope you all get to vote today. I think the odds are good a great many will
    be turned away without having been able to.

    h.
     
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