No need to endorse Bongbong –Sen. Villar

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There is no need to endorse the vice presidential bid of Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in the Ilocano-speaking regions because people there love him so much, according to Sen. Cynthia Villar.

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“Pero alam ko po naman sa Solid North, hindi na kailangang ikampanya pa si Senator Marcos. I think nasa puso nyo ang pagboto kay Senator Marcos, yung nasa puso hindi nawawala yun e, hindi na kailangang sabihin pa [I know that there is no need to campaign for Sen, Marcos here. I think, he is in your heart. There is no need to say it],” Villar told faculty and staff of the Pangasinan State University in Balugao town over the weekend.

Villar and Marcos–both from the Nacionalista Party (NP)–were invited to the team-building exercises of the university faculty.

Marcos said he could only thank Villar, saying he fully understands her predicament because two more NPparty mates are running for Vice President, namely Senators Alan Peter Cayetano and Antonio Trillanes 4th.

“I hope that we could push our message of unity all throughout the country because if we remain fragmented, we would not be able to move forward as a nation and give our people the service that they deserve,” the senator from Ilocos Norte said.

Marcos is running in tandem with Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago, Cayetano runs with Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, while Trillanes is by his lonesome as an independent candidate.

On Saturday, Cavite Vice Gov. Jolo Revilla endorsed the candidacy of Marcos.

In Manila on Sunday, the senator led the kick-off of Fire Prevention Month participated in by the 900-strong fire volunteer groups in Metro Manila.

Wilbert Loa, president of the Association of Volunteer Fire Chiefs and Firefighters of the Philippines Inc. (AVFCFPI), urged the public to be extra careful, saying primary causes of fires are either faulty wiring or unattended lighted candles.

Lao said in case of fire anybody may dial 16016 and AVFCPI, formed in 1987, will immediately respond.

About 82 trucks joined the parade of firetrucks during the kick-off.

The motorcade started at Road 10 in Manila and proceeded to Samson, Edsa, West Avenue in Quezon City to Quezon Avenue, Araneta Avenue, Old Santa Mesa in Manila, V. Mapa, Kalentong in Mandaluyong City, Pedro Gil in Manila, Quirino Avenue, South Superhighway, Buendia Avenue, Ayala Avenue, EDSA, Roxas Boulevard, Finance Road, City Hall of Manila, Jones Bridge, Reina Regente Street, Abad Santos Street, Tayuman Street, and back to Road 10 where the headquarters of AVFCPI are located.

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24 Comments

  1. ulysses orracab on

    anong pahirap ang ginawa sau? kawawa ka nmn…milyon milyon ang pilipino pero iilan lang kayong nagsasabi na pinahirapan. o baka nmn nabasa mo lang o kaya sumusunod k lng sa pinapa uso ng mga EDSA personalities

  2. Romeo Bagumbayan on

    Malamang yung mga negative commentaries ay halos nang-galing lang sa isang server or router. Imagine commenting in the middle of the night, hindi pa lalabas itong issue na ito nagcocomment na sila. Very obvious.

  3. Yehey BongBong Marcos tayo! Matino at hindi na lilingon pa sa Martial Law…moving forward!

    • Romeo Bagumbayan on

      Obvious naman that this are paid automated response. Please check the timestamp, halos mag-kakasunod. At imagine halos maghahating-gabi nag start.

    • Halatadong naka-payroll kayo kay pnoy, hehehe. Magkaano ang bayad sa inyo? Limang daan bawat poste? Sige lang, marami ang nakurakot nila, pakinabangan ninyo

    • jeff jaramillo on

      Kaya pala maraming poste labay kay bongbong

      Vice presidential candidate Francis “Chiz” Escudero recently forged an “unholy alliance” with two warring leftist groups in exchange for P70 million in funds purportedly for carrying out any form of propaganda to thwart the bid of his perceived biggest rival–Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos 2nd–for the second-highest post in the land.

      A reliable source, whom The Manila Times nicknamed as “Heart,” said Escudero’s decision to approve release of the P70 million to the two leftist groups who are enemies of traditional politicians was described as a “desperate move” by those who knew about the agreement directly or indirectly.

      The same source said Escudero gave the go-signal to give around P50 million to the Koalisyong Makabayan (KM).

      KM is the group that handles the party-list candidates of the “reaffirmist” or RA in the leftist movement.

      RA is known to favor the views, analysis, strategy and tactics being espoused by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in carrying out change in Philippine society.

      Jose Ma. Sison is reportedly the chairman of the CPP who is using the alias “Armando Liwanag.”

      The same source, who was interviewed by The Manila Times last Friday afternoon, said Escudero also gave the greenlight for the release of P20 million to Sanlakas.

  4. mahiya ka naman bbm, grabe ang pahirap na ginawa ng ama mo sa aming mga pilipino, kaya wag kang umasa!

  5. Wala kaming tiwala sa Marcos na katulad mo BBM, babagsak lang ang kabuhayan sa bansa kapag nag presidente ka.

  6. sobra sobra na ang ninakaw ng mga marcos sa kaban ng bayan hahayaan pa ba nating maulit muli ang ganyang sistema??? no to bongbong marcos!

    • Halatadong naka-payroll kayo kay pnoy, hehehe. Magkaano ang bayad sa inyo? Limang daan bawat poste? Sige lang, marami ang nakurakot nila, pakinabangan ninyo

    • Halatadong naka-payroll kayo kay pnoy, hehehe. Magkaano ang bayad sa inyo? Limang daan bawat poste? Sige lang, marami ang nakurakot nila, pakinabangan ninyo

    • Halatadong naka-payroll kayo kay pnoy, hehehe. Magkaano ang bayad sa inyo? Limang daan bawat poste? Sige lang, marami ang nakurakot nila, pakinabangan ninyo

      Bakit huminto na kayo. Marami pang nakurakot na pera ang mga iyan, maski isang libong poste araw-araw, hindi sila mauubusan