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  1. Join Date
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    #121
    Goma? makakakuha din sya ng boto syempre.. pero malabo syang manalo.

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    #122
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin View Post
    Hehehe. Taga-Bulacan ba si Goma? Baka may kamaganak lang na taga-Bulacan?
    frank - kung hindi ako nagkakamali meron sila sa san rafael na bahay...

  3. Join Date
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    #123
    hehehehehehe I read somewhere na nag survey daw sa Bulacan para sa pag kandidato ni goma.........it turned out kahit daw barangay captain ay nde mananalo daw tong tarantadong to sa Bulacan.
    kaya yata ang target nya na Senador mas marami syang fans kaysa sa Bulacan lng masyado kasing matatalino daw ang mga bulakenos.

    kahit bumalimbing to tarantadong to gagawin matupad lng ang ambisyong maging senador....... Ulol!!!

  4. Join Date
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    #124
    Quote Originally Posted by jhaerwie View Post
    hehehehehehe I read somewhere na nag survey daw sa Bulacan para sa pag kandidato ni goma.........it turned out kahit daw barangay captain ay nde mananalo daw tong tarantadong to sa Bulacan.
    kaya yata ang target nya na Senador mas marami syang fans kaysa sa Bulacan lng masyado kasing matatalino daw ang mga bulakenos.

    kahit bumalimbing to tarantadong to gagawin matupad lng ang ambisyong maging senador....... Ulol!!!
    Bossing bawal yata ang m*gmura dito sa board ,at mukhang malaki yata galit mo kay GOMA.ikaw siguro iyon ex Boyfriend ni LUCY

  5. Join Date
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    #125
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747 View Post
    Bossing bawal yata ang m*gmura dito sa board ,at mukhang malaki yata galit mo kay GOMA.ikaw siguro iyon ex Boyfriend ni LUCY
    Magkaribal sa pag-ibig? hehehe

  6. Join Date
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    #126
    kaya hinde siya tutuloy sa pagka governor is bec matetechnicality siya kahit manalo, yun domecile ang problema niya dahil alam naman ng tao na sa greenhills siya nakatira, pareho ng reason ni lacson kaya siya umtras sa mayor sa manila....since ang senador isw nationwide mas mabilis at walang residency requirement on a particular province...

  7. FrankDrebin Guest
    #127
    Narinig ka yata shadow.

    (UPDATE) Richard Gomez joins administration senatorial slate

    By Maila Ager
    INQUIRER.net
    Last updated 03:52pm (Mla time) 01/31/2007

    MANILA, Philippines -- Actor Richard Gomez will be running for senator under the administration’s unity ticket, Gomez himself told INQUIRER.net Wednesday.

    Gomez said he would take his oath next week as a member of the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC), an ally of the administration coalition.

    “I'll be with NPC, and I will run for senator under the unity ticket and not with the opposition,” he said in a phone interview.

    Gomez said he was invited by the NPC, led by businessman tycoon Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco Jr., and after a talk with them, the actor said he agreed to join the party.

    The actor clarified that he would not be joining the group of House Minority Floor Leader Francis Escudero, also a member of the NPC but who is identified with the opposition.

    “I'm not running with the opposition. I would like to run with the administration,” Gomez stressed.

    He said his decision had the blessing of detained president Joseph Estrada, whose advice he initially sought over his plan to run for the Senate.

    “I told Erap [Estrada's nickname] about my decision. From the very beginning kasi, talagang marami na sa [there have been a lot of candidates for the] opposition,” he said.

    Gomez also explained to the former leader that the preparation would be huge if he would run for governor of Bulacan province as he first planned.

    By joining the NPC, the actor said he did not leave anyone since he was never allied with any political group.

    “I was never with their party,” Gomez said, referring to the United Opposition, “I never joined any political group.”

    Gomez said President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was happy with his decision to join her government.

    “The President is happy that I am supporting her policies and visions for our country,” he said.

    “We need to move on. This is what this coming is all about,” the actor stressed.

    Gomez's decision immediately got the approval of House Majority Floor Leader Prospero Nograles, a member of the ruling Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats.

    “Welcome to the administration,” Nograles said in a text message.

    “I guess after viewing the opposition ticket, he [Gomez] feels his chances much better with administration,” he said.

    Nograles is also confident that the actor's entry in the administration ticket will “draw the crowd for our rallies and meetings.”

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakin...ticle_id=46712



    Balimbing na Bading!!!

  8. Join Date
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    #128
    ^^^^ kokonti na nga lang ang boboto sa kanya ,mababawasan pa

  9. Join Date
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    #129
    if you can't beat them, join them. balimbing nga!

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    #130
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin View Post
    Narinig ka yata shadow.

    (UPDATE) Richard Gomez joins administration senatorial slate

    By Maila Ager
    INQUIRER.net
    Last updated 03:52pm (Mla time) 01/31/2007

    MANILA, Philippines -- Actor Richard Gomez will be running for senator under the administration’s unity ticket, Gomez himself told INQUIRER.net Wednesday.

    Gomez said he would take his oath next week as a member of the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC), an ally of the administration coalition.

    “I'll be with NPC, and I will run for senator under the unity ticket and not with the opposition,” he said in a phone interview.

    Gomez said he was invited by the NPC, led by businessman tycoon Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco Jr., and after a talk with them, the actor said he agreed to join the party.

    The actor clarified that he would not be joining the group of House Minority Floor Leader Francis Escudero, also a member of the NPC but who is identified with the opposition.

    “I'm not running with the opposition. I would like to run with the administration,” Gomez stressed.

    He said his decision had the blessing of detained president Joseph Estrada, whose advice he initially sought over his plan to run for the Senate.

    “I told Erap [Estrada's nickname] about my decision. From the very beginning kasi, talagang marami na sa [there have been a lot of candidates for the] opposition,” he said.

    Gomez also explained to the former leader that the preparation would be huge if he would run for governor of Bulacan province as he first planned.

    By joining the NPC, the actor said he did not leave anyone since he was never allied with any political group.

    “I was never with their party,” Gomez said, referring to the United Opposition, “I never joined any political group.”

    Gomez said President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was happy with his decision to join her government.

    “The President is happy that I am supporting her policies and visions for our country,” he said.

    “We need to move on. This is what this coming is all about,” the actor stressed.

    Gomez's decision immediately got the approval of House Majority Floor Leader Prospero Nograles, a member of the ruling Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats.

    “Welcome to the administration,” Nograles said in a text message.

    “I guess after viewing the opposition ticket, he [Gomez] feels his chances much better with administration,” he said.

    Nograles is also confident that the actor's entry in the administration ticket will “draw the crowd for our rallies and meetings.”

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakin...ticle_id=46712



    Balimbing na Bading!!!


    Patay tayo dito.

Goma as Bulacan Governor???