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Posted by darbs on June 13, 2009

Congressman who voted for HR 1109

Luto na giod maam!

Luto na giod maam!

Jun 10th, 2009

by Fatherlyours.

List of our Congressman who voted for the HR 1109 whom we should know, remember and never forget for the rest of our lives.

Let us all spread the names of (Dis)Honorable Congressman.

1. ABANTE, BIENVENIDO M. “BENNY” 6TH District Pandacan
Filipino Congressman

Source: Wikipedia – – Bienvenido Mirando Abante, Jr. (born July 15, 1951) is currently a Congressman of the 6th District of Manila, the Philippines, serving his second term as representative, as well as the full-time Senior Pastor of the Metropolitan Bible Baptist Church and Ministries.

Controversies

RA2008s

Photo courtesy: lighthousebbc.org

He is known for vulgar language within the church and for using profanity in his speech. He attracts the media by manipulating his members and using them for personal gain. There were reports of forced contributions by the members so that he can have a Jaguar X-Type sedan.

Website: http://www.lighthousebbc.org/lbbc/pastors.html

Image:

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Is this Ablan, Roque Jr. R.

ABLAN, ROQUE R. JR, Ilocos Norte, 1st District
Personal Information: http://www.i-site.ph/Databases/Congress/13thHouse/personal/ablan-personal.html

How not to oppose ConAss?

agbayani, con-ass

agbayani, con-ass

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
agyao,_con-assAMANTE, 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

ballindong, con-ass

ballindong, con-ass

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, con-ass

cerilles, con-ass

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, con-ass

dumarpa-faysah, con-ass

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. Ilo ilo 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,_con-assJALOSJOS-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,_con-assNOGRALES, 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-Zaldarria ga, 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,_con-assSEARES-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

8 Responses to “The day to remember, “their” dreams come true”

  1. darbs said

    A RESOLUTION CALLING UPON THE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO
    CONVENE FOR THE P URPOSE OF CONSIDERING PROPOSALS TO
    AMEND OR REVISE TH E CONSTITUTION,UPON A VOTE OF THREE-FOURTHS 0F
    ALL THE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.

    WHEREAS, there are proposals to amend or revise the 1987
    Constitution, which is presently enforced, but any of such proposals cannot be considered, heard, debated, approved or disapproved, unless any of the modes modes expressly providedby Articlle XVII of the present Constitution is adopted; .

    WHEREAS, adopting a mode for amending or revising the Constitution,
    as mandated by said Article XVII is a condition precedent, a prerequisite,
    before specific proposal to amend or revise the Constitution could be
    considered, by the Members of Congress, convened to exercise the
    constitutionally ordained power to amend or revise the Constitution:

    WHEREAS, there is a recognized distinction between the exercise of
    legislative powers of Congress from the exercise of the constituent power to
    amend or revise the Constitution;

    WHEREAS, Congress. in the exercise of its legislative power as
    provided in Article VI of the 1987 Constitution, cannot amend or revise the
    Constitution, but it is through the exercise of its constituent power under Article
    XVII, that any arnendrnent to or revision of its Constitution may be porposed upon a vote of three fourths of all its members.

    WHEREAS. The prescribed method of enacting constitutional change in the 1935 and 1987 are different from the method of enacting ordinary legislation. There is a distinct
    And notable difference between the 1935 Constitution and 1987 which are presented as follows:

    The 1935 Constitution:
    The congress in joint session assembled by a vote of three fourths of all members of the Senate and House of representatives voting separately may propose amendments or call for a convention.

    The 1987 Constitution :
    “Any amendment to or revision to this Constitution may be proposed
    c) Congress upon the vote of three fourths of all its members;
    d) A constitutional convention

    WHEREAS, It is to be emphasized and underscored that some essential words
    and phrases in the aforequoted 1935 Constitution were already deleted and no longer contained in the aforequoted 1987 Constitution such that
    the amendments by deletion are as follows:
    1) the phrase “in joint session assembled” in the 1935 Constituion was deleted.
    2 The phrase that the Senate and the house of Representatives
    Voting separately was also deleted.
    3) the percentage of voting of three fourths of the respective membership of each House,( the Senate and the House of Representatives) treated separately has also been deleted and substituted with a vote of three fourths of all the members of Congress (i.e ¾ of congressmen and senators taken together without distinction which institution of Congress they belong to.

    WHEREAS, the intention of the amendments of the 1935 Constitution by deletions of certain words and phrases thereon by the 1987 Constitution are clear and manifest as underscored in the in the preceding WHEREAS Clauses and by such deletions, the rneaning and application of the corresponding
    Provisions of 1987 Constitution on amendments and Revisions have been changed. There are however oppositors claiming adverse legal interests who claim that notwithstanding that the express and unambigouos provision of Article XVII Sec. 1 of the 1987 Constitution that any amendment to or revisions to the 1987 Constitution shall be upon the ¾ votes of all members of Congress ( not the ¾ votes that the oppositors contend) a justiciable controversy involving the active antagonistic assertion of alleged legal rights of the oppositors on one side and the denial thereof of the proponents of this Reolution on the other side; shall ripen for judicial determination as and when this Resolution calling for members of Congress to convene in exercise of its constituent powers is filed, heard and approved.

    WHEREAS: While no specific proposals to amend or revise the present Constitution could be given due course unless and until this call to convene members of Congress as provided herein, it is hereby pledged and covenanted by the proponents of this Resolution that by signatures hereto that whatever Constitutional changes may be proposed at the appropriate time,
    Preferably after the Constitutional issues of construction and interpretation by the Honorable Supreme Court of the judicial controversy that may arise that may have been resolved with finality that
    1) the term of office of the incumbent President and Vice-president shall not be extended:
    2) the term of office of Senators, congressmen, governors, mayors and other elected officials whose terms shall expire in 2010 shall not be extended.
    3) The term of office of the Senators who were elected in 2007 for a six-year term ending in 2013 shall not be shortened and they shall be allowed to finish the term.
    4) That there shall be election in 2010.

    Whereas there is a specific proposal that for the Philippines to be internationally competitive in attracting foreign investments and technology transfers, that the economic provisions of the Constitution be amended in an appropriate manner but such specific proposal to amend the Constitution can not be formally presented and resolved until the proper mode of amending or
    revising the Constitution is convened and made operational Through the application of Article XVII sec. 1 of the present constitution.

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,THAT THE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS BE CONVENED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO, OR REVISION OF THE CONSTITUTION UPON A VOTE
    OF THREE-FOURTHS OF ALL ITS MEMBERS AND THAT UPON ITS BEING CONVENED SHALL ADOPT ITS RULES OF PROCEDURES THAT SHALL GOVERN ITS PROCEEDINGS.
    Adopted.
    ,
    PROSPERO NOGRALES BENJAMIN DEFENSOR

  2. darbs said

    Source: The Free Lancer
    here is a list of pinoy blogs where the topic of the House Of RAPISTSentative’s Con-Ass HR 1109 are posted. it is a long list (and growing) and each one giving a perspective on the con-ass. there are those who admit they were not political in nature, knew very little about cha-cha but now say that when they read about it, they understood what it meant and what he/she must do. the views and perspectives may be as many as the blogs are, they are however, united on one single point – the country must say no to con-ass!

    click below, visit other blogs. you will surely see a perspective that you share with the authors:

    1. http://notoconass.com/
    2. http://conass.wordpress.com/
    3. http://2010presidentiables.wordpress.com/
    4. http://kritikoradikalestudyante.wordpress.com/
    5. http://thechinadoll.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/con-ask/
    6. http://daretospeakout.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/traitors-and-backstabbers-in-the-congress/
    7. http://lupitnicabring.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/the-ayes-have-it/
    8. http://wexistence.wordpress.com/
    9. http://scarletbroomstick.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/inglorious-bastards/
    10. http://blogbreak.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/hr-1109/#comments
    11. http://midfield.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/twin-evils-resolution-1109-and-the-9-11-terror-attack/
    12. http://chuvachienes.com/2009/06/05/15182/
    13. http://cathcath.com/?p=6137
    14. http://filipinovoices.com/con-ass-where-would-this-nightmare-lead-us-to
    15. http://rhyan.net/2009/06/05/spread-the-badge-no-to-conass/
    16. http://politics.alleba.com/2009/06/03/no-to-conass-badges/
    17. http://thepinoy.net/?p=3548
    18. http://mav-equalizer.blogspot.com/2009/06/congressmen-assholes-who-voted-for.html
    19. http://thewutzup.com/2009/06/05/bro-eddie-plans-huge-rally-to-stop-con-ass/
    20. http://blogs.inquirer.net/blogaddicts/2009/06/05/filipinos-take-con-ass-fight-online/
    21. http://marichulambino.wordpress.com/2009/06/06/a-piece-of-your-mind-on-the-planned-con-ass-to-change-the-charter/
    22. http://makuhari.wordpress.com/2009/06/06/terrorist-act-on-our-constitution/
    23. http://boymejorada.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/have-we-lost-our-ability-to-get-angry/
    24. http://wakeuphils.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/bernas-they-announced-they%e2%80%99ll-commit-a-crime/
    25. http://tatayk.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/indignation-vs-con-ass/
    26. http://quierosaber.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/house-resolution-1109/
    27. http://pinaynews.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/top-10-reasons-filipinos-in-the-us-should-say-no-to-arroyos-cha-cha/
    28. http://pinaynews.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/con-ass-a-path-to-dictatorship-martial-law-bayan-usa/
    29. http://kablog2.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/three-days/
    30. http://dominoeffect2009.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/will-there-be-a-third-time/
    31. http://eriktenedero.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/con-ass-failed-before-session-adjourns/#comment-35
    32. http://dominoeffect2009.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/the-chacha-express-has-arrived/
    33. http://kapirasongkritika.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/mga-plakard-sa-panahon-ng-con-ass/
    34. http://tatayk.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/damn-you-con-ass/
    35. http://nochain.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/kick-con-ass-student-councils-denounce-hor%e2%80%99s-move-to-railroad-chacha/
    36. http://arnoldpadilla.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/railroading-hr-1109-con-ass-a-scandal-far-worse-than-haydens-sex-videos/
    37. http://carlcala.wordpress.com/2009/05/22/charter-change-is-a-disaster-waiting-to-happen/
    38. http://cocoy826.wordpress.com/2009/05/21/lets-hope-our-people-have-a-better-understanding-of-democracy-by-the-time-we-go-to-the-polls-again-in-2010/
    39. http://danabatnag.wordpress.com/2009/04/24/the-up-college-of-law-facultys-statement-on-the-charter-change/
    40. http://firsttimevotersproject.wordpress.com/2009/04/15/first-time-voters-register-protest-against-gma%e2%80%99s-charter-change/
    41. http://myepinoy.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/con-ass/
    42. http://edzellence.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/the-change-we-do-not-seek/
    43. http://dominoeffect2009.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/wanted-list/#comments
    44. http://paradoxicleyline.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/gma%e2%80%99s-three-pronged-attack/
    45. http://karlomongaya.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/cha-cha-and-the-cynical-regime/
    46. http://xyso.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/breaking-or-broken-anti-con-ass-facebook-group-gains-ground/
    47. http://madla69.wordpress.com/2009/06/06/con-ass-no-security-threat-%e2%80%93-afp/
    48. http://anakbayansd.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/top-10-reasons-filipinos-in-the-us-should-say-no-to-arroyos-cha-cha/
    49. http://paranaquevoice.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/liham-mula-sa-isang-ginahasa/
    50. http://hernanmelencio.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/of-conned-asses-and-conmen/
    51. http://ivyeclairs.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/h-r-1109-constitutional-assembly/
    52. http://danabatnag.wordpress.com/2009/06/02/objections-are-heard-to-1109-and-to-the-voting/
    53. http://ryanericsongcanlas.wordpress.com/2009/06/08/ad-video-no-to-con-ass/#comment-721
    54. http://pininggapura.wordpress.com/
    55. http://www.thepoc.net/index.php/Politi-Ko/Politiko-News/Con-ass-resolution-endorsers-named.html#josc2054
    56. http://dominoeffect2009.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/wanted-list/
    57. http://wawam.wordpress.com/
    58. http://www.crisiboy.com/current-events/join-conass-fight/
    59. http://aboutmyrecovery.com/2009/06/08/di-ako-papayag/
    60. http://www.bikoy.net/archives/2009/06/03/theres-a-reason-we-all-call-it-con-ass/
    61. http://philippinecommentary.blogspot.com/2006/11/to-be-sufficient-in-form-con-ass-must.html
    62. http://www.alexmaximo.com/2009/06/cons-and-asses/
    63. http://ravesrantsetc.wordpress.com/2009/06/08/thoughts/
    64. http://moncasiple.wordpress.com/2009/06/08/tipping-point-for-cha-cha/
    65. http://tambibidli.wordpress.com/2009/06/03/house-of-shame/
    66. http://arvinantoniospeaks.wordpress.com/2008/12/13/a-united-and-independent-senate/
    67. http://www.articleiii-4.blogspot.com/
    68. http://fangel2009.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/the-constitutional-assembly/
    69. http://palipasan.blogspot.com/
    70. http://clintfloyd.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/friging-morons/
    71. http://rustychain.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/con-asswang/

  3. Hi! no problem with me.

  4. Miel said

    I would love to post them on my dotcom pero naa ko prob pag mo sulod q sa admin naay mo pop na naa daw virus di naq ma open “( paayos pa nako to😦

  5. Roy said

    kasama congressman namin dyan sa mga bumotong iyan

    pero hindi ko siya binoto, wala naman kasing alam yun e

    kaya hindi na ako nagtataka na bumoto siya diyan. malamang half-asleep yun nung bumoto

  6. Ramiro Mendoza…

    An interesting post by a bloger made me ……

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