Thursday, October 29, 2009

CHIZ de BOLA : Malapit na nga ang Pasko!!!


You used to be everyone's Philippine IDOL:
firm and forthright, mature beyond your years.

Now, you're starting to spout generic platitudes,
like sophomoric poetry recited in a singsong manner
in a High School Musical...

Kadena ng NPC, Kadena ni Danding?

You were with them for NINE YEARS!!!
And all of a sudden, you "need space"???

Oh Please.

The way I see it, it all boiled down
to the Harsh Reality of Cold Hard Cash.

No matter how valiantly Chiz tries to spin it,
it all boiled down to: No Money No Honey.

In other words,
TOO MUCH (ego)
TOO LITTLE (money)
TOO LATE (the hero)

This Song is Dedicated to You:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

No party affiliation

Escudero cited three reasons for the surprise announcement before a jampacked crowd of allies and supporters, who include the group identified with the late opposition presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. and detained Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV.

“Whoever is planning to run for president of the country should have no allegiance to any party—NPC, LP, PMP, Lakas or whatever. The party that anyone is aspiring to run under should be none other than the Philippines, and his party mates should be all Filipinos,” Escudero said, drawing applause from the crowd.

He pointed out that only a united citizenry, and not a single party or group, could solve the many deep-seated problems of the country.

Parties obstacles to change

Second, he said political parties had become obstacles to genuine and meaningful change.

If a presidential candidate is beholden to his party, “how can he make crooked government officials accountable if he belongs to the same party?” Escudero said.

“I want to prove to you and to myself that I am doing this for the right reason, not for any interest. Not for just anyone, but for you and for the motherland,” he said.

Working hard through your blog to eliminate the competition of your fav cnadidate?

And why do you condone "padrino" politics?

October 30, 2009 at 12:07 AM  
Blogger spanx said...

it's simple, really.

i believe chiz is NOT
telling us the whole story
about why he left the NPC;
instead, he chooses to make
sweeping unrealistic unfair
statements about party politics.

these motherhood statements,
after all the
drama with loren?

oh please,
chiz eliminated himself
from the competition, period.

October 30, 2009 at 1:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Well then, enough of the orators and politicians who excell in debates sugarcoating themselves as champions of the youth and poor but held on tha balls by their greedy businessmen padrinos!

It's a freakin vicious cycle of TRAPO underlings taking over and doing the same bs!!

October 30, 2009 at 6:28 AM  
Blogger tagskie said...

hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day!

October 31, 2009 at 10:30 AM  

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