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Politicians’ Golden Rule

Politicians’ Golden Rule “If you can’t convince them, confuse them.”

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14 thoughts on “Politicians’ Golden Rule

  1. or…kill them.

    Posted by adan | January 8, 2013, 10:10 pm
  2. Generalized met unay dayta ‘politicians’ nga sawen. Ket saan nga amin nga politiko ket manang-diyablo nga pumatay iti pada na nga tao. Uray pay no sariwawek ti panag-ut-utekda, adda met dagitay nalabbaga pay laeng met ti panagpus-pusoda. Isu na laeng a ta, agpayso a nga ad-addada nga makaulaw ngem daytay limpiyo da. ‘Su nga diak maanusan ti agtrabaho iti gobyerno. Mairaman datao nga agulaw-ulaw ken ag-tayyek iti riribuk ti isipna.

    Posted by Romano Romano | January 9, 2013, 12:14 am
  3. usto ka manong romano. . . . .ngem narigat met nga inaganan nga agpayso……basta…..at least ammo dagita FOOLitico iti bagbagi dan aglalo dagitay mammamatay, managturay, managkurakot, buwaya, ken aminen nga sao nga aramid iti D******…hehhehe

    Posted by qif | January 9, 2013, 1:07 am
  4. No alanganin ti laban agaramid ti senaryo nga makaperdi ti kalaban. kasla tay ar-aramidenda nga “ambush me”, “pasabog paputok ti balay” no adu da nga aglalaban, patayen da tay maysa tapno mapabasol tay maysa.

    Posted by san isidro | January 10, 2013, 3:13 am

    Reliable sources inside the Abra Capitol confirmed the filing of a draft resolution in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan creating an ad-hoc committee labeled as Electric Crisis Intervention Management Team (ECIMT).
    With no less than the provincial governor as its Chairman, this ECIMT purportedly shall empower the governor to intervene in the internal operations of the Abra Electric Cooperative (ABRECO) in order to solve what it claimed as an electricity crisis besetting the province of Abra.
    The said draft resolution was made upon the behest of the governor, with SP Member Atty. Allen Brix Bachiller as its presumptive author, shall be tackled for third and final reading during the next regular session of the SP on Tuesday, January 15, 2013. It parlayed and cleverly used the 27-hour brownout on December 10-11, 2012 as its main premise in declaring the clear and present electricity crisis which necessitates the bestowal of emergency powers to the provincial chief executive to address the root causes of this electricity crisis. One brownout is equal to electricity crisis.
    The succeeding premises of the said draft resolution further claimed that the less-than-two-day brownout has been the root cause of many, if not almost all of, the socio-economic ills and problems thereafter afflicting the Abrenios. It just stopped short of ascribing the notoriety of the peace and order situation to the momentous brownout.
    While at it this time, Takit has already outdid himself and surpassed his previous track record in political adventurism. Clueless and rudderless, he just ploughs along a very dangerous route in misgovernance. (For want of a better and more apt term, let’s improvise with ‘misgovernance’.) Or, if he is having that lucid interval now and claim brilliance in his present undertaking, he might be setting an alarming precedence in big government that kills the private sector and stifles the growth and development of empowered civil society organizations.
    Cooler (saner?) heads in the Capitol should temper the zealousness of the governor. His intention to take matters into his own hands runs counter to the established laws of the land. We are governed by laws, not by good intentions. Even as his motive is couched in the lofty and grand democratic principle of general welfare, there is nothing democratic in his action of power grab. Emergency powers indeed a la Malacañang during the Mindanao power crisis. Takit is rushing to emerge with more power after this ECIMT.
    In filing this draft resolution, they have already thumbed their nose on the respective charters of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) and the National Electrification Administration (NEA), and have arrogated upon themselves the mandate of the Department of Energy (DOE).
    Now if they are really serious in passing this ECIMT draft resolution, they would achieve a monumental feat of defying the Philippine Constitution, the Local Government Code of 1990, the Philippine Cooperative Code of 2008, the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials, and all other applicable laws in a democratic nation such as ours— in one fell swoop, a brilliant move, a stroke of genius, via the pen of the honorable SP members approving it.
    Takit would not rest easy until then. He is still so hell-bent on possessing ABRECO that it has possessed him, with or without a brownout prompting him.

    Posted by Pantaleon D. Viador | January 11, 2013, 5:49 am
    • so be it let him handle abreco and see a difference.

      Posted by eric shawn | January 11, 2013, 9:15 pm
    • pantaleon, saan nga agresponde t bobero no awan uram…..tatta umay da makipagdepdep t uram ibaga tay manen nga umay da takawan jay tulungan da…..jak ammo no anya lang unayen t ilimlimed u dta abrecon ta saan u pay patgan t tattao nga agsaludsod babaen t general assembly. 6 years nan ni gm seares dita abrecon ngem awan pay naangay uray maysa laeng nga general assembly nga sagudayen t linteg nga masapol nga adda tinawen nga gen. assembly. uray kasano t pinangperdim t sabalin ket saan nanto pulos makaluban t pinakaperdin ni jun seares…….t laeng maibalakad kon ket advisam ni junen nga pumanaw abrecon ta umadayon, saan nan nga urayen t bwelta t member-consumersen nga palalo t busor ken luksaw dan gapu t adu nga mapukpukaw nga pondo ti kooperatiba…..

      Posted by watersnake | January 13, 2013, 10:52 pm
  6. Tunggal addang ti governador pabor ti kaaduan, dakes. Adda mangtulong kenkuana a pagimbagan dakes latta. Sinno la ngaruden ti nasasayaat? Ti management ti ABRECO, nga puon ti blackout nga napaneknekanen ti kina incompetentna?

    Actually, we have so many good laws but not implemented. If ever they were, always to the disadvantage of the poor. I personally believe, the gov. Is working hard to make Abra a better place to live in, especially toward peace. To prove my point, he recently received a prestigious award, together with 2 other governors, from AFP, Arm Forces Of the Phil.,Internal peace n security program for helping ” in defining, shaping an ensuring our peace and security. Saan kadi a linakken talna ti arapaap ti Abra? Ania ti ibunga ti talna- ragsak, talged, rang-ay, salun-at ken ayat.

    Mano kadin nga politico ken sabali nga agtuturay ti nakaawat ti kastoy nga kapateg nga pammadayaw? Let us support this kind of outstanding accomplishment. Let us support supt. Lusad. Together we work for peace and development, always guided by righteousness, something that our children and succeeding generations will be proud of.

    Posted by Tagamasid | January 13, 2013, 12:01 pm
    • If he wins the election, let’s assume that he was given a second chance by the invisible Force for him to prove that his critics/detractors were partly or completely wrong. He might lead by example by completely eradicating corruption which was proven to be one of the worst causes of miserable life. (Hopefully, his opponent or whoever wins in any position will do the same if they are smart enough to accept that there’s indeed a good and bad karma in real life).
      If he couldn’t, then there were only two reasons why. It’s either his detractors were right, or to his fear of the unknown due to his lukewarm faith for divine protection. He should emulate the late Sec. Robledo, recipient of Magsaysay Award, proud of the Bicolanians, who lived an unregrettable full life, and never trusted his life to anyone even to his wife except to the only One who made heaven and earth and everything in it, including us. Let’s see…..it’s still early to judge.

      Posted by sanggir | January 16, 2013, 10:36 am
  7. Whoever has the most gold makes the rules.

    Posted by Randy | January 22, 2016, 4:42 am

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