The heck are the Arroyo's

@maean_19 (4662)
Philippines
August 17, 2011 10:50am CST
I am not being outrageous with the Arroyo's particularly on the former First Gentleman. The former President have undergone many operations and still going to have another operation and is no doubt suffering, however she remains to be fine as if she has not done wrong during her term. Good thing, she has the a escape and she can't speak. But hey, can she still have a descent sleep? On the other hand, here comes FG - the voracious and greedy. He is trying his best to get out from his own mess, but his best wasn't best enough. He thought, people would believe his alibis? Don't make us stupid because we are not. He is also sick, but he remains denying all the complaints involving him. Why not use this time to have remorse? Perhaps, people can still forgive him if he does. Of course, I know it's the obligation of their lawyers to defend them. But, they can always advice their clients what could be the best. And, the Arroyo's always have their choices. No one believes them. Are you not irritated how they greatly deny their involvement on corrupt practices?
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@ybong007 (6659)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
"What ever you sow, so shall you reap". Lest we forget, those people are schemers. For all we know, GMA could very well up in bed in the hospital at this very moment running the treadmill and eating the best that the hospital can offer. If my memory serves me right, her doctors claimed that it is very unlikely for an infection to occur in that kind of operation, maybe it would if the operation was done in a public hospital but St luke's? hmmm.... I smell something fishy. In the movies, kidnappers normally present proof of life by showing pictures of the victim holding the latest news, maybe the public should demand one from the hospital for GMA. Mike and Iggy are doing the same thing. If it's really true that they're sick, then we can really believe that even the heavens can no longer take what they're doing.
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• Philippines
19 Aug 11
Hi ybong007! You are right! Something fishy is going on and it is beginning to smell rotten already. Ever wonder they always become ill whenever a trial or a hearing is coming up? How timely! Or merely coincidental? Or simply deliberate lies to escape trial?
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
21 Aug 11
They are actually shameless. Well, no matter how they hide it and escape, things would still leak. If not, I am afraid what would be their "karma". Surely, it is more than worst.
@jaiho2009 (39077)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
No matter how they deny and how they pretend, their health is giving them punishment. Thu we never wished these things to happen to them...only GOD knows how to give punishment to those who never knows how to repent. Yes, I agree,why can't these people asks public apology,their ego won't help them anyway. And,with their situation, who are they fooling now...aint themselves ? (uh uh) have a good day jaiho®
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@SIMPLYD (75375)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
I agree with you Jaiho. Their health is giving them punishment. However , i am a bit skeptical with FG's alleged sickness. It's as if he is making it up because he is also implicated in the Chopper deal. How i wish their corruptness will all be finally unveiled so that we, the Filipino people can our vindication.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
I agree to both of you. And speaking of FG, as if he can escape from those controversies involving him. Well, if he is trying to make up stories and trying to be sick when he is not, "karma" will bounce back to him seven folds. He is really a heck of a liar and trying to involve his brother again with his mess and to cover up his cases. He thought he can fool the people to believe his alibis..DAH!
18 Aug 11
i am really irritated whenever i hear the news about that modern day adams family. how i wish they will all have their illnesses. but as for now, we have no assurance that they are really sick or just using it as their escape pad.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
21 Aug 11
I think you are not alone wishing for that my dear. Well, no matter how I hated them, I still don't have the pleasure to curse them. I believe their own punishment will come.
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
It really is annoying sometimes how these people rob you of your taxes then puts a smile on their faces then looks at you in the eye and lie. They should just come out clean and tell the truth, answer for their crimes and get their well deserved punishment. I guess it would be easier said than done.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
That is how evil do his way my friend. Well, I still believe their own punishment will come or perhaps their situation now. They are suffering...
@toniganzon (41138)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
Hello Garci! I really hate that every time I hear them or see them getting pissed and claiming that the present administration is just targeting them to cover up his own failure. The present administration has been sitting for only two years but how many years have we suffered under the Arroyo administration? I'm not pro PNoy but i am pro-Filipino and the success of our country. I'm very hopeful and i'm still hoping that we can get through it. I just want the cheating that happened years ago be revealed and the guilty ones be held accountable. Though it was apparent that the Arroyos did a lot of terrible things, we still need concrete evidences to prove their guilt before the proper court. And yes i'm irritated and annoyed by their denial.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
You are absolutely right, my friend. I think, there are already sufficient evidences to prove their guilt as long as people whom they used would have the courage to testify. Garci? Whew! Another denial king. ..I was laughing when he said that he did not cheat during the election. Of course, he did not, but he was the instrument. I pity him for his alibi, his reasoning were not even appropriate to his age.
@stanley777 (7176)
• Philippines
19 Nov 11
well, I am a bit irritated that the rich and powerful ones usually get away from their sins, while those with no money or no friends in politics are not given justice.. I just hope they stop making alibis and give due punishment to the Arroyos after the surgery..
@aerous (13475)
• Philippines
16 Nov 11
That's really very sad, friend. Because this maybe her time to remorse what she did to country. She is the reason why the country now suffer from fervent poverty and fund of the government are all empty because she pays all to those corrupt government official to protect her and retain her from post...
@Harmonics (251)
• Philippines
20 Aug 11
That is not a new thing for them to do and of course the only thing for them to do when someone tells them that they are involved in corruption is to deny. Not just them but all of those involve in corruption one way or the other. Justice system in the country has deteriorated and standing on two standards - one for the powerful and influential, the other for the common people. There can only be accusations, but no one of them goes to jail even if the accusation has a substance. Evidence can easily evaporate when money comes in. On the other hand, the people who also supported them to gain that position must also carry some degree of accountability because if they are not in that position, perhaps they might not able to do all the things that they have done.
• Philippines
19 Aug 11
Some people here say that they are already reaping what they sowed because they are both ill. Or are they really ill? How come they always have very timely illnesses whenever they are up for investigation and they do come up with some sort of illness that will prevent them from testifying. Isn't there something fishy going on? And how come Gloria Arroyo or any of her sons or her daughter make a fuss about the supposed infection that has caused her to go through another surgery? Knowing them, they could have made all their complaints and questionings public, right? Why the silence and seeming complacency from the Arroyo family over this medical booboo? Hmmm...go figure!
@louievill (16341)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
"People are presumed innocent unless otherwise found guilty beyond reasonable doubt in a court of law" That means no matter how obvious, they will have their day in court, if they cannot talk they can jot it down LOL. Remember besides the law of man, there is another justice called the natural law of retribution or what others would refer to as karma and getting sick is to some an indication of guilt, hehe, i'm not judging anyone, and please, no trial by publicity
@salonga (27965)
• Philippines
18 Aug 11
Well criminals are also a liars. Of course that is the only way to save their face but of course they could not really save their face because nobody would believe. Crime does not pay anyway. There is no escape for people who commit sin. The punishment could be delayed but it will surely come and sometimes it comes at the most unexpected time in a very embarrassing way.