Wednesday, June 6, 2012
WHY SHOULD WE STILL TRUST PNOY?
Here’s a question to both pro and anti-Pnoys:
With his outright refusal to sign a waiver for his bank accounts despite his promise to do so when he was campaigning for the presidency, why should we still trust the word of President Aquino?
Personally, I don’t find any good reason anymore to continue doing so.
Pnoy ADMITS he had promised to open his bank accounts for public scrutiny in case he wins when he ran for president in 2010.
Take note, people, he would do it on his own volition, and NOT THROUGH anybody or through any document like the SALN. He SPECIFIED bank accounts tin his promise.
Now, he CATEGORICALLY REFUSES to do so.
He says that with the waiver in his statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN), there is no need anymore for him to sign a second waiver for his bank accounts.
But take note, people:
Deputy presidential spokesman Abigail Valte herself has admitted in a radio interview that the SALN waiver DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY authorize the Ombudsman to go straight to the banks and look into Pnoy’s accounts.
Remember, Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales had to be content with UNVERIFIED RECORDS from the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) in revealing supposed dollar deposits of former Chief Justice Renato Corona.
Simply put, Pnoy is TRYING TO FOOL
Clearly, he has LITTLE OR NO REGARD of the law. He shamelessly CLAIMS THE CONTRARY to the people in defending his refusal to sign a waiver for his bank accounts.
If Pnoy or his spokespersons will insist that his interpretation of the SALN waiver’s strength is correct, then how come not one legal luminary outside of his administration is backing him up?
And Valte herself admitted the contrary of his argument?
If a person has NO VALID DEFENSE not to keep his or her promise, that person has NO WORD OF HONOR.
If that person get away with fooling you now, THERE’S NO GUARANTEE that he or she WON’T DO IT AGAIN .
Now think hard, and I mean very, very hard about this:
If Pnoy HAS NO PROBLEM in OPENLY breaking a promise involving a simple waiver, how can we expect him to fulfill his other campaign pledges?
Anybody can answer. Just be sure you stick to the issue.
From our friends:
PRIMO CRISOSTOMO of
They can do whatever they wish, because they OWN the
We’re just PAYING THE PRICE of our
actions. GOD SAVE THE Philippines . PHILIPPINES
JONEL ACE ESPERANCILLA
Sign the waiver now.
Bakit nga po siya aarestuhin? Sobra na talaga itong mga nasa puwesto.
ISABEL JUICO of
Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Palusot ni Abnoy. Sign or resign.
GRACE GO of
Gusto ko nang mag-amok. Sobra na sila.
TOOTS SYLED pf
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Sobra na talaga!
CHRISTINE PORCIUNCULA of
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