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    #31
    kasi sila ang may pinakamaraming sme dito sa pinas

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    #32
    ows?

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by A121
    ...the majority of the population is poor and they are a big chunk of voters which choose our leaders. Haaaaaaaaaaaay.....
    Dapat siguro mag-require ng ITR ang COMELEC bago bumoto!!! Masakit man sabihin, silang nasa low-income and especially the NO INCOME Filipinos yung puro reklamo sa gobyerno, eh n*mp*t* di naman sila nagbabayad ng tax!!! Isa pang masakit dun eh sa kinikita ko, ang laki ng tax ko (pang-dagdag ko na sana sa tuition ko) tapos makikita ko lang na hindi sa tamang paraan ginagamit ng gobyerno yung binabayad ko/natin sa kanila! p*t*ng!n*ng gobyerno to!!! :fire:

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    #34
    This government does not deserve our taxes, the way they spend public money to kill the impeachment, to pay off the military, and the other perceived threats to their stay in power has put us in a deficit, they are the guilty ones in spending our money in politics, now that they are short in basic services because of the diversion of public money. The little pandak should be kicked out of the her throne and return her share of the loot.

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    #35
    changes should always start from the leaders...kung nakikita ng mga tao na ang na mga nanghuhuli ay nagbubulag-bulag pag malaking isda ang gagawa ng kalokohan maiisip nila eh,,,hindi na rin mapapansin ang maliit pag sila ang gumawa ng ganon.

    besides, leaders should lead change...i would bet na marami ang susunod kay PGMA pag nag switch sya ng service from S600 to a Picanto...or an Iris red Jazz! LOL hehehe

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    #36
    teka teka... yung S600 hindi naman kay GMA yun, government property yun for the use of the president, whoever he or she is.

    kahiya hiya naman yatang ipasakay yung presidente ng pilipinas sa bulletproof picanto hehehe.

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    #37
    ano kaya kung patawan din ng taxes yung mga nakurakot na salapi, at least may income..hehe joke

    buti nalang purpose ko sa ITR para pang finance..atleast bawas yung kirot ng $*,***+**% na buwisss..hehe

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by basti08
    changes should always start from the leaders...kung nakikita ng mga tao na ang na mga nanghuhuli ay nagbubulag-bulag pag malaking isda ang gagawa ng kalokohan maiisip nila eh,,,hindi na rin mapapansin ang maliit pag sila ang gumawa ng ganon.
    eto pa ang isa... i will admit that i don't know the whole situation about BIRs RATE program... pero ang pinagtataka ko... kela Richard Gomez, Regine Velasquez, Judy Ann Santos e diretso agad sila sa DOJ to file charges.. i would presume that the BIR has already made the appropriate preliminary actions towards the said showbiz personalities bago pa man umabot ito sa DOJ for prosecution.. but look at Manny Pacquiao's case.... porke ba nakatulong si Manny Pacquiao kay GMA eh hindi kinasuhan? nag press release lang na "maging magandang halimbawa ka at magbayad ng tamang buwis..." may kulang na siya na buwis and yet iba ang treatment sa kanya compared to the other parties mentioned na kinasuhan na sa DOJ?

    ako naman ay nagtatanong lang....

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    #39
    imho... dapat the people who pay taxes in full should have the right to vote... the people who do not or will not contribute shouldn't have the right to vote... i'd think better politicians would be chosen this way...

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    #40
    Quote Originally Posted by mbt
    ows?

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