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    #31
    Mabuti nga may mga rally eh. Kasi wake-up call din yan sa nabubulag na Unano sa Malacanang who thinks she is doing well in leading the country. Anyway ayaw ko rin ng mga rally, pero isipin din ninyo kung anong klaseng bansa ang meron tayo kung walang mga tumataliwas sa mga maling gawain ng mga namamahala sa bansa.

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    #32
    si oscar orbos pala kasama dun sa rally. anti-gma pala sya.

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    #33
    Hehe. Moriones na naman. Siyempre pag wala ka sa puwesto kelangan pumwesto ka. Pag laos ka na gusto mo siyempre sumikat. Pag wala ka sa balita gagawa ka ng balita.

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda
    dun sila sa mga freedom park.

    mag rally sila buong maghapon, wala akong paki. wag lang sila manggulo.
    My sentiments exactly.

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    #35
    The rallyists were given designated areas to conduct their protests/demostrations, malacañang even said that they can use media to voice out their issues. All they have to do is to abide by the rules set by government however they insist on bending/opposing these rules thus provoking police to disperse them. Ang kukulit! There are several areas like the freedom park, plaza miranda etc. where they can hold their rallies/processions, ba't kailangan pa talagang pumunta ng mendiola.....

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    #36
    I'm neither pro nor anti in fact I hate all form of politiking. Ang point lang ng nakaka intindi eh, mag rally kana hanggat gusto mo wag ka lang ma merwisyo.

    Putek may designated na lugar naman sila! dun sila!

    Other people are trying their guts to make ends meet, and here are these people messing the public order. Ano ba ang gusto nila anarchy!

    And if the oposition want to take over, they just have to make sure that they have the balls to run this country well. Selfish motives lang naman lahat yan eh, both opposition and administration, kaya lang ang opposition nang gugulo na lang talaga atat na ata ika nga.

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    #37
    nakita ko sa sen. madrigal sa salcedo market nung sabado .. gusto ko sana lapitan at tanungin kung nagka-sipon pa siya pagkatapos mabasa .. pero baka padampot niya ako sa mga bodyguard niya .. hehe ..

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by jim
    Mabuti nga may mga rally eh. Kasi wake-up call din yan sa nabubulag na Unano sa Malacanang who thinks she is doing well in leading the country. Anyway ayaw ko rin ng mga rally, pero isipin din ninyo kung anong klaseng bansa ang meron tayo kung walang mga tumataliwas sa mga maling gawain ng mga namamahala sa bansa.
    System of checks and balances.

    There are conditions for dissent to be considered legitimate. One doesn't shout his lungs out just for the hell of it.

    Rallies --> good, but to a fault.
    Protesters who don't stick to their end of the bargain --> bad, and as such, they always deserve what's coming to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap
    Si VP Guingona, parang basang sisiw.
    That was one of their more pathetic points. Matanda na nga, isinasabak pa sa kapahamakan.
    Last edited by Bogeyman; October 17th, 2005 at 12:11 PM.

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    #39
    Sa tingin ko wala naman pumilit na pumunta si VP Guingona doon. Sarili nyang desisyon yun.

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    #40
    VP Guingona is doing a Chino Roces during Marcos era. However, the only thing they had in common is age. Iba naman ang pinaglalaban nila ngayon.

    Not sure if you would agree to me pero, mas may cause pa sina Chino Roces noon kaysa mga rallies ngayon.

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