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Tuesday, March 16
Election Boo-Boos Part II
Ok, fine! Eddie Gil was disqualified by COMELEC yesterday. Sayang, laughter is the best medicine pa naman. And we know there are plenty of sick people in our country. But don't fret. Fernando Poe is still around. Hahaha.... Here are some of his interviews... It's like "duh!" raised to infinity!
Reporter: Sir, ano po ang suggestion niyo para ma-stabilize ang peso
FPJ: magtrabaho lang ng magtrabaho!
Reply in a November 26 one-on-one interview with a television news
correspondent when confronted with the question on how he would address the country's
persistent problems (e.g., kidnapping, economic crisis/poverty), his
confident answer was simply: "common sense."
When asked for his reaction to the peso plunge, seemingly surprised by
the question, Poe said, "Bago 'yan ah, dahil wala pa kaming nilalatag na
economic program nagkaroon na ng ano dun, diperensya? Okay 'yan, bago 'yan
ah, di ko alam na magkaka- apektuhan ng ganyan?
Asked if he thought the slide in the value of the peso was being played up
by the administration to blame the political opposition, Poe replied,
"Nagkaroon lang ng chain reaction 'yan. 'Pag nagbago ang dollar sa ibang
lugar, may chain reaction 'yan."
When asked about what he thinks of the continuous depreciation of the peso:
"sa totoo lang di ko alam eh. ikaw alam mo?"
Nung tinanong siya ng taga Manila Times kung paano tataas ang growth rate
ng Pilipinas: "Well, ano kasi yan eh, ang growth rate na yan tataas din yan
kapag tumaas na ang funding natin." Sabay ngiti at nagmamadaling umalis...
Reporter: "Sir, what is your birthday wish for Senator Loren Legarda?"
FPJ: " I wish her.............I am at a loss for words!"
Reporter: Paano ho natin masosolusyonan ang seccessionist problem sa
FPJ: Kailangan lang natin ipaalam sa kanila na masama ang ginagawa nila
lalo na ang kidnapping ng mga inosenteng sibilyan.
Tinanong siya kung paano marereduce ang polusyon sa Pilipinas, sabi niya
"madali na lang yun kapag na solved (sic) na ang mga ibang issue."
Arnold De Sales: "Ano po ang mga masasabi niyo sa mga nagsasabing
importante daw ang edukasyon sa pagiging isang Pangulo?"
FPJ: "Ang edukasyon kasi, part lang yan eh. Part lang yan. Matututunan mo
din yan basta gustuhin mo
When asked by Max Soliven (Philippine Star) about the importance of
experience in government, FPJ replied: "Hindi karanasan, but kung anong
His reason for not joining the presidential debate: "There have been to
many debates in this country. It's no longer time for talk, but for action."
When he was in booed in lubao, he was asked about his feelings towards the
reaction of the people....
"ok lang yan, suportahan nila ang gusto nila... PERO SYANG, DAMI KO NAMANG
NAGAWANG PELIKULA SA PAMPANGA... MORE THAN TWENTY"
God bless the Filipino people!
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