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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Noynoy Still leads Survey

Presidential candidate Sen. Benigno “Noynoy" Aquino III (Liberal Party) remains on top in a recent survey commissioned by an ally of rival Sen. Manny Villar Jr. (Nacionalista Party) .

According to the results of the survey conducted from March 28 to 30 and purportedly commissioned by House Minority Floor Leader Ronaldo Zamora, Villar scored 29 percentage points, or eight points behind Aquino’s 37.

The NP claimed the survey was from Social Weather Station (SWS), although the poll firm has yet to confirm it. Calls made by GMANews.TV to its office were not answered.

In the SWS survey last month that was commissioned by BusinessWorld, Villar got 28 percent while Aquino got 37 percent.

In a statement, the NP still expressed exultation over the latest survey, saying it was a “leap" from the 12-point lead enjoyed by Aquino in the March 21 to 28 survey by rival pollster Pulse Asia, where the LP bet got 37 percent compared to Villar’s 25.

“That’s a leap of four points [25 percent in Pulse Asia to 29 percent in SWS], immediately after the field personnel of the other survey firm were just wrapping up their own results," said NP senatorial candidate and spokesperson Gilbert Remulla in a statement.

Some senior Lakas members mull dumping Gibo

Several senior members of administration party Lakas-Kampi-CMD may withdraw their support from Gilberto “Gibo" Teodoro Jr. in favor of “another presidential candidate," House Speaker Prospero Nograles warned Tuesday.

These members were those who were “neglected" and “left out of the loop" in the current presidential campaign, Nograles said as he accused Teodoro of having a “wrong sense of priorities."

“The other senior Lakas members I think who have been neglected or even left out of the loop in this presidential campaign may now be thinking or considering the possibility of maybe adopting another presidential candidate who they feel would give them some political importance," he said in a text message sent to reporters.

Not threatened

Teodoro’s camp, on the other hand, was not threatened by this, saying it would “at least cleanse the party ranks."

“It is sad that people want to leave, but we cannot do anything about it. At least, there will be cleansing of the party ranks," said lawyer Mike Toledo, Teodoro’s spokesman, in a phone interview with GMANews.TV.

“Those unsure of their support for Secretary Teodoro would leave. Those who are staying are stronger and more united," he added.

Toledo said the possible defections would not affect Teodoro’s candidacy since the party still has the “great majority" of local officials supporting the administration party bet.

Out of control

In a separate statement, Nograles said the administration party has been “out of control" ever since Teodoro became its national chairman.

He said Teodoro “abandoned the party… at the most crucial hour [during the] start of the local campaign" when he resigned as its chairperson late last month to supposedly focus on his candidacy.

“When he was being looked up to as the leader who would marshal Lakas candidates in the local level the biggest number in the country, Gibo chose to resign as chairman," Nograles, considered as an administration stalwart, said.

On Monday, Nograles, who is seeking the mayoralty post in Davao City, expressed his plans to transfer to the Nacionalista Party (NP) in the face of various defections hounding Lakas-Kampi-CMD. He, however, clarified the next day that he is not leaving the administration party, although he admitted feeling out of the loop as far as party matters are concerned.

Consultations ongoing

At present, senior party members are consulting with their local leaders to determine if they should continue supporting Teodoro, Nograles said.

“We may know by the end of the week as they are now conducting consultations with their local leaders," he said.

To prevent this, Nograles said Teodoro should “shape up and address the grievances of Lakas members."

Monday, September 6, 2010

Erap incredulous over latest SWS survey

Former President Joseph Estrada on Monday expressed incredulity on the latest Social Weather Station (SWS) survey showing him still in third place in the presidential race in the May 10 elections.

"I don’t believe that," Estrada said after a press conference in Mandaluyong City when asked for his reaction on the latest SWS poll showing Liberal Party bet Sen. Benigno “Noynoy" Aquino III enjoying a double-digit lead over closest rival Nacionalista Party’s Sen. Manny Villar Jr.

The survey, which was conducted from April 16 to 19, showed Estrada stuck in third place with a 17-percent preference rating — a two-percentage point drop from his 19-percent rating a month ago.

Estrada accused the SWS of committing errors in the 2004 national elections when the poll firm said President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo won in all Metro Manila cities.

"Noong 2004 elections, sinabi nila sa exit polls, panalo raw si Arroyo sa Metro Manila. Ano nangyari? Talo. Out of 17 cities and municipalities, isa lang ipinanalo ni Arroyo. Hindi error ‘yun," he said.

(In the 2004 elections, SWS said in its exit polls that Arroyo won in Metro Manila. But what happened? Of the 17 cities and municipalities in Metro Manila, Arroyo won in only one. I don’t think that’s an error.)

The former president added he trusts more the nationwide survey reportedly commissioned by Interior and Local Government Secretary Ronaldo Puno, which shows that he has overtaken Villar in second place.

"Six thousand ang respondents noon. ‘Yung respondents ng SWS 1,200 to 1,400 lang. Mas credible (That’s more credible because it has 6,000 respondents compared to SWS’ 1,200 to 1,400)," he said.

Estrada also said the electorate should not believe surveys and choose the presidential candidate who they think will serve the country best.

Senator Richard Gordon, another presidential aspirant, earlier sued SWS and another polling firm, Pulse Asia, for their alleged bias in conducting pre-election surveys.

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Villar’s Tondo roots were ‘definitely middle class’

In 1961, when Liberal Party standard-bearer Diosdado Macapagal was in the midst of a victorious presidential campaign, today’s presidential aspirant Manny Villar Jr. was 11 years old and living with his large extended family in a rented three-story corner house along Tondo’s main tree-lined boulevard, Moriones Street.

Villar’s father, Manuel Sr., was a US-educated Philippine government budget officer and his mother was an enterprising fish dealer, one of a privileged few with a choice stall in Divisoria market, one of Manila’s busiest.

By that year, Evelyn Villar, Manny’s aunt and Manuel Sr.’s sister, had already been a leading lady in movies produced by the major studio LVN. Evelyn hung out with Rosa Rosal, Delia Razon and other LVN stars at the time, and would occasionally sleep over in the Moriones house.

It was also a time when, candidate Manny Villar would like voters to believe, his family was almost desperately poor, judging from the songs, rhetoric and political ads that have formed the main narrative of his political campaign.

"Ako, noong first 11 years of my life, talagang squatter kami noong araw. Lahat, dinaanan ko yan," the senator said two weeks ago.

In 1962, as Villar was turning 13, his younger brother Danny, then three, died of leukemia, after his family had already transferred from Moriones to the upscale San Rafael Village in North Balut, Tondo (San Rafael village spans the border between Tondo and Navotas).

But in a political ad that has stopped airing, Villar claimed that his family was so poor then that they couldn’t buy the medicines that could have saved his brother’s life.

Will Pacquiao settle for Marquez?

When people talk about Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao (51-3-2, 38KO’s), the first things that come up are his unprecedented achievements and his ferocious fighting style.

Astute observers point out the fact that he started professionally at 106 lbs and rampaged his way up to welterweight, plundering titles in seven weight divisions along the way. Others recite a litany of hall of famers and icons who have fallen at the hands of the Filipino great.

However, there are also those in boxing who believe that a certain fighter has had Pacquiao’s number and unofficially won twice against him. They think modern Mexican great Juan Manuel Marquez (50-5-1, 37KO’s) has two victories over the PacMan regardless of how the official judges scored their two bouts.

Those who claim the Mexico City, Mexico native was robbed both times argue he won the majority of the rounds in the two fights with his excellent ring generalship and aggressive counterpunching. They matter-of-factly state that “Dinamita” schooled his less technically-proficient nemesis after suffering knockdowns early in the two fights.
However, there are also those in boxing who believe that a certain fighter has had Pacquiao’s number and unofficially won twice against him. They think modern Mexican great Juan Manuel Marquez (50-5-1, 37KO’s) has two victories over the PacMan regardless of how the official judges scored their two bouts.

Pacquiao and Marquez battled fiercely in May 2004 and again in March 2008, the first being adjudged a split draw and the rematch a tightly-fought split decision win for the Typhoon from the Pacific.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Kim hyun Joon Fan- Philippines meet and greet^^

tsk! Im soo sad that I can't even attend Leader's meet and greet here in the Phil. :(

but I would like to thank you guys who uploaded this latest pictures of Leader during Phil. meet and greet^__^

I also recorded some of his visits in talk show  here in the Phil., I'm gonna post it soon:)

credited from: akee@Triple S Philippines and TripleS501