The result of a fourth quarter Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey does not bode well for administration standard bearer Mar Roxas, as well as for his no. 1 endorser, Noynoy Aquino.
The SWS survey’s outcome released on Wednesday indicates a significant drop in the President’s public satisfaction rating, which is not surprising.
Although Aquino’s net satisfaction rating was considered “good,” it showed that more people realized that the quality of life in the country has not significantly improved.
And this inutile chief executive has the temerity to say he wants to be remembered as a “bringer of hope and optimism.”
Well, we will remember him for diverting billions of pesos in appropriated public funds to Liberal Party cronies’ projects under the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP); widespread poverty, hunger and homelessness; the deplorable plight of the labor and the agricultural sectors; the abhorrent state of public health services; the worst state of mass transportation ever; and the massive corruption.
He will be remembered for using millions of pesos in illegal DAP funds in “vote-buying” for the 2012 conviction of ex-chief justice Renato Corona six months after the Supreme Court ordered the land distribution in Hacienda Luisita.
He will be credited for dictating on the Senate to investigate Vice President Jojo Binay on ancient allegations.
He will be remembered for foot-dragging in sending rescue and relief operations to Leyte, particularly Tacloban City in the wake of super typhoon Yolanda.
He will also be remembered for sending the Special Action Force (SAF) commandos to their suicide mission, “Oplan Exodus,” under the supervision of a suspended police official.
The foregoing events are but a few of Noynoy’s “crimes” that do not bode well for his 2016 mascot Roxas and his running-mate Leni Robredo, who profess to extend tuwid na daan program.
May the Lord Almighty forbid another six years of agonizing moro-moro, of fictitious good governance and selective justice.
Let’s hope for a genuine change when a new administration takes over come June 2016.
Tapos na ang kaligayahan niyo!
Go for the kill!
I support an all out military assault against the terrorist Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), even if the military has lost a number of soldiers.
At least three soldiers and 15 ASG bandits were killed in a military operation in Barangay Macalang, Al-Barka, Basilan.
Our prayers go out to the bereaved families of the slain soldiers belonging to the Western Mindanao Command. Ten other government troopers were reportedly wounded.
Western Mindanao Command units involved in the offensive include troopers from the 104th Infantry Brigade, 3rd Scout Ranger Battalion, 4th Special Forces Battalion, Marine Special Operations Group, and 12th Light Armor Cavalry.
The nation must commend and honor their gallantry. We salute them!
Now, the military must go for the kill!
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