Comelec to clamp down on campaign 'giveaways'

Feb 8, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ABS-CBN News

MANILA, Philippines The Commission on Elections is clamping down on giveaways of candidates to voters during the official campaign period.

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crystal

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Feb 11, 2013
 
Ban all politicians , who Giveaways Money , gifts to people during election time!

They should stop using funds from the Government to give away money to people. NO MONEY GIVE AWAYs TO PEOPLE during election time!

We will stop this practice because we are just wasting our money this way. Ban politicians who Giveaways Money. Besides it won't elevates Filipinos lives.

Use the money in a proper ways like build more toilets at school because too many schools don't have proper toilets or only one toilet in every school .

And also use these money to buy chalks , blackboards, floor wax or maybe renovates all old school so that parents don't need to struggle to contribute money .
Amalilio

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A classroom computer for every student.
The People

Quezon City, Philippines

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Feb 11, 2013
 
My friends, let us pause for a moment and pray to God to make the coming election free from cheating candidates and re-electionist. The Politicians still looks upon the lowly candidates as a "nuisance candidate, and hopes to run against the people's will by buying their voted. Let's be ready to fight them off with our fist if necessary, but let us change those who have been in there for years and still hoping to continue their nefarious activities. All young men, students, farmers, workers and ordinary citizens, let us show force against force. Let us renew the old list of overstaying Politicians with energetic and intelligent individuals. We are now nauseated seeing the same old faces in our Government.
The People

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Feb 11, 2013
 
It is time to wake up and do something good for our country. Let us show the world that we value our freedom from exploitation by a bunch of corrupt Politicians.....get that computer and spread the word all over our country and invite our fellowmen to be there on election day to enforce the law against Dynasties and stoogies of wealthy groups and Politicians. All of us ,..the youth of the land, let us unite against our common enemy , the corrupt and the criminal. We have had enough and we want to change our country from the "bahala na " mentality to a country we can be proud of, for our children and their future ! The computer will help spread the word faster, do it nowe.
amc

San Juan, Philippines

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Feb 11, 2013
 
your next election is already fixed and in the bag.

electronic voter tampering assures it just like in the US.

comelec is just part of the process.
voters should get a receipt for their vote printed out by the machine.
Citizen Joe

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Feb 11, 2013
 
amc wrote:
your next election is already fixed and in the bag.
electronic voter tampering assures it just like in the US.
comelec is just part of the process.
voters should get a receipt for their vote printed out by the machine.
WOW! You are a real friend indeed AMC,.. your Pep Talk" is certainly what all needs. Such optimism is well founded and woe to the enemy. The people need to be awaken from the stupor of "bahala na" mentality. Thank God the middle class has now shown our faces, and together with the youth of the land let us trample the intolerable activities of the opposition and re-electionist who want to perpetuate themselves in power. We all know the names and faces of these persons who seek nothing but power and money for themselves. Insults do not affect them, their hearts are made of stone and they do not fear the wrath of God.
amc

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Citizen Joe wrote:
<quoted text> WOW! You are a real friend indeed AMC,.. your Pep Talk" is certainly what all needs. Such optimism is well founded and woe to the enemy. The people need to be awaken from the stupor of "bahala na" mentality. Thank God the middle class has now shown our faces, and together with the youth of the land let us trample the intolerable activities of the opposition and re-electionist who want to perpetuate themselves in power. We all know the names and faces of these persons who seek nothing but power and money for themselves. Insults do not affect them, their hearts are made of stone and they do not fear the wrath of God.
remarkably i hear you quite well there with your head in the sand.

actions speak louder than words mr. orator. please come back after the election with your excuses ok?
heressssssss kenny

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remarkably i hear you quite well there with your head in the sand.
actions speak louder than words mr. orator. please come back after the election with your excuses ok?
there are worse places for your head to be ..........
amc

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Feb 12, 2013
 
heressssssss kenny wrote:
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there are worse places for your head to be ..........
pardon my lapse of politeness.

"remarkably i hear you quite well there with your head planted firmly up your ass.
actions speak louder than words mr. orator. please come back after the election with your excuses ok? "

i think we agree in principal, but he just cant jump that flip hurdle of not wanting to hear it from a yank.
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Feb 12, 2013
 
amc wrote:
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pardon my lapse of politeness.
"remarkably i hear you quite well there with your head planted firmly up your ass.
actions speak louder than words mr. orator. please come back after the election with your excuses ok? "
i think we agree in principal, but he just cant jump that flip hurdle of not wanting to hear it from a yank.
yes, you agree in PRINCIPLE..
amc

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yes, you agree in PRINCIPLE..
i see what you did there.
Waldo Garcia

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remarkably i hear you quite well there with your head in the sand.
actions speak louder than words mr. orator. please come back after the election with your excuses ok?
Wha,,,what happened Amc,,,,I honestly thought you were with me,.. but now u seem to have turned into a different color ? Are you serious ? Do you really favor the opposition and their past ? I can't believe it!!!OMG ! More so now that the whole bunch of them have shown that they are all in favor of the RH Bill meaning that they are not real Christians but just PRO MONEY ? Answer that please !
amc

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Waldo Garcia wrote:
<quoted text> Wha,,,what happened Amc,,,,I honestly thought you were with me,.. but now u seem to have turned into a different color ? Are you serious ? Do you really favor the opposition and their past ? I can't believe it!!!OMG ! More so now that the whole bunch of them have shown that they are all in favor of the RH Bill meaning that they are not real Christians but just PRO MONEY ? Answer that please !
pardon me sir, but do i know you? i have no idea of what you speak in regards to my beliefs.

if it helps, im full score opposed to wealthy oligarchs and politicians.

i am 100% in favor of the RH Bill. i dont know how population control translates to pro money , but i do know that the filipins is in dire need of b-control.

i am a christian and a catholic by birth only. i am no fool who will follow any churches doctrines. religion in and of its own is not a problem. organized religions and their churches and their doctrines are however the bane of man kinds existence and should be relegated to the back seat in terms of how countries are run. the churches have no business in the politics of countries.
dont come to me preaching any bullshite catholic ideology.

you want a 100% catholic country? move to the vatican.
crystal

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amc wrote:
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pardon me sir, but do i know you? i have no idea of what you speak in regards to my beliefs.
if it helps, im full score opposed to wealthy oligarchs and politicians.
i am 100% in favor of the RH Bill. i dont know how population control translates to pro money , but i do know that the filipins is in dire need of b-control.
i am a christian and a catholic by birth only. i am no fool who will follow any churches doctrines. religion in and of its own is not a problem. organized religions and their churches and their doctrines are however the bane of man kinds existence and should be relegated to the back seat in terms of how countries are run. the churches have no business in the politics of countries.
dont come to me preaching any bullshite catholic ideology.
you want a 100% catholic country? move to the vatican.
Don the American, you should not in favor RH-Bill in the Philippines because you are not a PILIPINO . The reasons why do you want to be in favor RH-Bill because you can shit around more innocent young Filipino girls and introduce them to your horny expat friends. And also, distributing underground condoms so that these girls will be F" around with these old, obese foreigners men and the screwed their well being. You want to see Philippines being screwed with your stupid brains.
amc

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Feb 13, 2013
 
crystal wrote:
Ban all politicians , who Giveaways Money , gifts to people during election time!
They should stop using funds from the Government to give away money to people. NO MONEY GIVE AWAYs TO PEOPLE during election time!
We will stop this practice because we are just wasting our money this way. Ban politicians who Giveaways Money. Besides it won't elevates Filipinos lives.
Use the money in a proper ways like build more toilets at school because too many schools don't have proper toilets or only one toilet in every school .
And also use these money to buy chalks , blackboards, floor wax or maybe renovates all old school so that parents don't need to struggle to contribute money .
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
Filipino voters are certainly getting smarter!
They used to be willing to sell their votes for a hot meal of rice and fish. Now they hold out for a phone load card, a trike tarp and some election t-shirts or an envelope with some pesos inside.
They have come a long way!

So who cares? Is not that they're stealing it from them you ingrate. You are just jealous for us being a Filipino. Get a life ingrate.

hahahahaha so who cares?
amc

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Feb 13, 2013
 
crystal wrote:
<quoted text> Don the American, you should not in favor RH-Bill in the Philippines because you are not a PILIPINO . The reasons why do you want to be in favor RH-Bill because you can shit around more innocent young Filipino girls and introduce them to your horny expat friends. And also, distributing underground condoms so that these girls will be F" around with these old, obese foreigners men and the screwed their well being. You want to see Philippines being screwed with your stupid brains.
underground condoms? you really are that stupid arent you?
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Feb 13, 2013
 
amc wrote:
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ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
Filipino voters are certainly getting smarter!
They used to be willing to sell their votes for a hot meal of rice and fish. Now they hold out for a phone load card, a trike tarp and some election t-shirts or an envelope with some pesos inside.
They have come a long way!
So who cares? Is not that they're stealing it from them you ingrate. You are just jealous for us being a Filipino. Get a life ingrate.
hahahahaha so who cares?
So who cares? So what!! you always bitching them around pretended to be a Filipino when you are a stupid American living in the Philippines sucking up American Taxpayer's money and eating steaks everyday!
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Feb 13, 2013
 
amc wrote:
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underground condoms? you really are that stupid arent you?
Yes, underground Condoms, giving to these girls and young buys randomly on the streets. I'm not that stupid. They even g gave them a laptop computer an exchange for sex. You know what these girls did, they took the computer and never showed up to these sick guy like you.
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Feb 13, 2013
 
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underground condoms? you really are that stupid arent you?
because these sick foreigners men look for young innocent girls in the Philippines to lure them with cellphone, smartphone, Sim card,Load card, tuition fees, uniforms, fix teeth, fix roof top, buy new make up, buy new sexy clothes, etc, etc.
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Feb 13, 2013
 
crystal wrote:
<quoted text> because these sick foreigners men look for young innocent girls in the Philippines to lure them with cellphone, smartphone, Sim card,Load card, tuition fees, uniforms, fix teeth, fix roof top, buy new make up, buy new sexy clothes, etc, etc.
they do all that for girls? really? here it is much simpler. the mother brings the daughter by on her way to town and then goes shopping. picks the daughter up on the way back home. it strem lines the whole process.
p500 and buy your own shite.:)

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