Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office Secretary Ricky Carandang’ is a symbol of Malacanang’s arrogance and guilt in defying Supreme Court orders.
Reacting to Supreme Court Administrator and spokesman Midas Marquez that Malacanang’s defiance of court rulings has emboldened others to follow suit, Carandagng said it was just to divert attention from issues against Chief Justice Renato Corona.
Carandang is either out of touch with reality or is simply a lousy, incompetent Malacanang defender.
Speaking at the Supreme Court media forum in
Marquez pointed out at least three temporary restraining orders by High Tribual
which were ignored by the Executive Department: Baguio City
Collection of a 20 percent final withholding tax on P35 billion worth of Poverty Eradication and Alleviation Certificates (PEACe bonds) by the Bureau of Internal revenue last November.
In the same month, the Department of Justice's (DOJ) refusal to honor a SC TRO, on watch list orders against former first couple Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Mike Arroyo
The DOJ's non-compliance with a Manila court’s order for the inspection of t National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Deputy Director Reynaldo Esmeralda’s vehicle when he was allegedly ambushed last Feb. 21.
Marquez also noted :
St. Theresa's College (STC) High School Cebu's refusal to obey a trial court TRO directing it to allow certain students to graduate despite posting their sexy pictures in the Internet!
SM Baguio's refusal to receive a trial court-issued Temporary Environmental Protection Order (TEPO) stopping it from cutting down 182 trees for its expansion.
But to all these, Carandang could only counter with the IRRELEVANT statement that Marquez should focus on explaining
's cash and assets. Corona
WAHH! Where the hell is the connection?
Marquez DID NOT MENTION
’s money and assets
in his statement. There is no link whatsoever between Corona ’s impeachment trial and his finances.
Neither did the ignored TROs come from the Corona Senate Impeachment Court.
Carandang’s reply was DESPICABLY and PATHETICALLY IRRELEVANT and ILLOGICAL
And in a CRYSTAL-CLEAR sign of his INCOMPETENCE to correctly react, Carandang replied when asked by reporters if he would debate with Marquez: “Ano po ba ‘yung issues? Let’s just face the issues in the impeachment court.”
As the kids say: OMG (Oh, my God)! It seems the guy is reacting from another planet!
Carandang did not have the HUMILITY and PROFESSIONALISM to simply say “Sorry, guys! I don’t think I’m in a position to comment!! Instead, he ARROGANTLY counters with an irrelevant reaction, never mind if he’ll hit
who wasn’t the one talking. Corona
He did not have any convincing defense against Marquez’s pronouncements. Absence of a credible defense can only mean one thing – GUILT!
From our friends:
ANOTHER WASTED YOUTH BECAUSE OF DRUGS!
That’s another "danger sign" to look out for nowadays.
Jail the pusher, save the user!
Good advice to none users. While you are still clean, stay clean. One simple mistake, you will end up undesirable.
Marami na akong nakikitang mga kabataan ngayon na lango sa droga. Sa totoo lang dito sa amin, kahit 14 years old lango na sa drugs/ Kaya nga dapat maging mas strikto ang batas pag dating sa droga, pero minsan kasi kung sino pa yung nagpapa tupad ng batas, sila pa yung gumagamit.
GRACE GO of
Boyet, thanks for your countless efforts for the information you’re giving us. Keep it up and God bless you more! Take care
JED DE JESUS
A nice and important topic in this country we live in. Hope those who are sick of this cancer will be able to understand what you have written.
Blame that on the Chinese, Boyet, They are the ones who import drugs.
ORONA’S ATENEO STINT AND HIS FAMILY’S MEANS!
I can't believe that his detractors had dragged even his parents into this case. This is just way too low!
EVIL SCHEME BEHIND PNOY’S PRIVATIZATION BID!
Perhaps, those who voted for Pnoy are now banging their heads on the wall. I did not vote for him. I voted for Gibo. How regrettable that a man so promising was beaten by a ......!
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