Monday, December 06, 2010

Amnesty Blooper- Honasan included in the list

Dear insansapinas,

Ah sumusobra na sila. Kailan ba tatama ang gagawin nila? Santa Banana Cue na tinuhog sa kawayan. Eh?

Ito ang balita. 

Senators, including President Benigno Aquino III’s allies, Monday expressed shock and dismay at the inclusion of Sen. Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan, an ex-colonel who had led a number of failed coups, in Malacañang’s list of alleged mutineers and rebelsoldiers eligible for amnesty.
Sen. Teofisto Guingona III, chair of the Senate committee on peace, unification and reconciliation, slammed Malacañang for what he believed was an error and immediately suspended Monday’s hearing on Mr. Aquino’s Proclamation No. 75.
“I’d like to admonish the executive branch to get their act together. It shows carelessness and lack of coordination. Until the chair is furnished with a comprehensive list, this [hearing] is suspended,” Guingona said.

Pati communist rebels kasama. hahaha

Another Liberal Party member, Sen. Franklin Drilon, said that the list was inaccurate not only due to the inclusion of Honasan but also communist rebels.

Baka sa revision, kasama na ang pangalan ni Lacson, ni Ivler at ng iba pang mga namatay ng mga sundalo.

Guingona later said he felt that the two officials, who were supposedly the source of the list, could not provide an explanation based on their “body language.

Ano kayang body language yon. Yong nakamulat ang mata at nakaawang ang bibig na para bang nagsasabing, Eh?

Batuhan na ng bote ng alak.


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