aquino moves to 2nd place at 2010 Presidentiables Blog Poll

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poll started april 29, 2009

noynoy aquino surge in poll

september 23, 2009; 7pm
villanueva  continue to lead at 43% followed by escudero and aquino who are tied at 2nd with 15%. villar follows a far 4th at 9%, then bayani at 6%

september 15, 2009; 9am
noynoy aquino moves to 2nd at 15%, overtaking escudero who is now with 13% of the votes. villanueva continues to lead at 44% . villar is a far 4th at 9%.

september 12, 2009; 1pm
it seems noynoy aquino can’t be stopped, from nothing noynoy is now on 3rd place at an impressive 15% behind leaders villanueva now down to 32% at 1st place and right on the heels of escudero who is at a close 2nd at 17%. noynoy as of this writing has become a real threat to the leaders. this big time surge was powered by facebook citizens where we see a large army of facebook account holders came to this blog to vote. (read articles in this blog on noynoy aquino here: https://2010presidentiables.wordpress.com/category/noynoy-aquino/

read this: Memo To: Noynoy Aquino – the challenges of the noynoy aquino presidential campaign )

september 12, 2009; 7am
just 3 days since included in this poll, noynoy aquino gains a big time surge in votes, now at 9%, breaking away from the laggard’s group of presidentiables. aquino is now 5th in the standings. the surge for noynoy have been brought about by an army of  facebook account holders voting for noynoy. no changes in the rankings among the leaders.

september 9, 2009; 9pm
noynoy aquino added to the poll while ed panlilio and jejomar binay were removed. with the removal of binay, major changes in ratings but standing remain the same. villanueva continue to lead at 41%, escudero at 2nd with 19%, villar at 3rd with 13% and fernando at 4th with 11%. more changes in rankings and ratings are expected.

september 1, 2009; 8pm
mar roxas has been removed from the poll as he has withdrawn his candidacy for president. villanueva widens lead at 34% at top spot. he is followed by escudero at 17%, villar is 3rd at 12%. binay and fernando are tied at 10% on 4th/5th place.

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  1. VhiNz
    August 26, 2009 at 1:08 pm

    hindi naman nakakapagtataka kung mabilis syang nag top sa blog poll dito.. ganyan lang talaga karami ang suporters nia.. kea makisali na rin kau sa pagboto kay bro. eddie villanueva.. malaki ang mapapala nio pag nanalo xa.

  2. September 1, 2009 at 6:40 pm

    it’s but normal for bro. eddie villanueva to be on top because his church members can easily inform each other and participate in this survey due to close community ties. Even in the last 2004 elections, he was on top on many online surveys including some SMS surveys but he ended up 5th. The most reliable surveys are the SWS or Pulse Asia because these are scientifically being done. Nonetheless, Bro. Eddie is becoming popular no doubt about it but the question is, is it enough to win the election. It’s up to Bangon Pilipinas party if they could maximize their based votes.

    • takumi
      September 16, 2009 at 1:28 am

      this is ridiculous.. i want to go back in the Philippines just to slap the faces of these religious?? people. i think their just using their position to enter the politics. religion is religion. i’m so sick and tired of seing their faces in the TV. they shouldnt interact in politics..

      • rafael
        September 17, 2009 at 9:47 pm

        takumi!
        please read the Bible; the manual of human life!!!
        the world is in dis-array because most men don’t know how to run their lives!!! i’m sincerely concerned to you and to all who don’t know the Word of God!!!
        in fact when you know the Word, the battle just started. ours is not religion but right relation to God who loves us so much!!!

  3. September 3, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    I will no longer vote for eddie villanueva. I felt shortchanged the last time. His previous candidacy was based on three prophecies (I think there were more). Still he did not win. That would make those prophecies false and the ones making them false prophets. It means he is associated with false prophets. Deuteronomy will prove me right. A true prophet of God is not highly accurate(as a christian columnist in philstar claimed about a celebrated female prophet who visited the country a few months back ). A true prophet of God is 100% accurate. Also, true prophecies are not conditional. We were also made to believe the Phil will go into much tribulation if he lost; yet we are in fine health despite the world recession. (I charge his overzealous campaigners for this). Brother eddie himself prophesied that JDV will be the next president of the Phil in the 1998 elections. It did not happen. What will make that of him? And now another prophecy by cindy jacobs that he will be the next president(youtube). It gives me the creeps. I wish all his christian supporters will test every spirit before commiting themselves. They are easily “swayable” as long as you give them what their itching ears would want to hear. Last days? I think so.
    What will happen now to his candidacy in view of noynoy’s eminent run for the presidency? He can no longer say his’ is the only righteous leadership for he supported the elder aquinos. Will he just run because of the prophecies made of him so he will not lose face among his followers? What if he will lose again? Would it mean he is really in association with false prophets?
    My advice to brother eddie. Give way to noynoy before it gets too humiliating to accept that you made the wrong decision to run again (And I believe your candidacy before was also a mistake) . And lastly, test every spirit…After that denounce your association with false prophets and teachers.

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    • September 4, 2009 at 10:57 am

      How about Prophet Jonah? When God did not fulfil what He wanted Jonah to say and do to the Nineveh? If you dont believe that Bro Eddie will win, you are free to do so. But at least dont discredit him and let or make other christians think and believe that it is unwise to vote for him. You dont know his dealings with the Lord before He decided to run, He just becoming obedient to God, and he’s doing this for the nation, not for himself. Its not easy to run for President especially if you dont have the money and machinery, but only the promise Word of God as your only assurance of His backing. Being a Christian we ask not to judge negatively to any man of God, especially if is not for sin. How if he win this time and fulfil the Prophesy? My prayer will still be on those who dare to support David’s fight against the Goliath of the Philippines.

      • September 8, 2009 at 4:31 pm

        What if he will not win again? Will he repent from being a false prophet and for his association with false prophets? Will he acknowledge that God did not talk to him in both his candidacies? Is God’s power in the fulfilment of prophesies dependent on whether we believe Him?
        Oh, gerry. We can only win our country for Christ and establish His kingdom one cup of water at a time, one t-shirt at a time, one hospital visit at a time, one prison visit at a time…
        God bless you, bro.

        • kringkring
          September 9, 2009 at 9:41 am

          singit lang po anu? kuntento k na po sa gnun lang? one cup of water at a time? kulang pa un sa pangangailangan ng mga mhihirap. tsaka kung false prophet man siya, c Lord lang ang makakapagsabi.

          • September 9, 2009 at 3:23 pm

            OO. kasi yun ang advice ni Lord. Di mu ba nabasa sa bibliya? eto pa: Ang kaharian ng diyos ay parang yeast (note: kaunti lang like a glass of water)na mag wowork thru the whole dough. Ang hirap kasi sa atin e gusto natin big time ang work. di tayo believe sa pamamaraan ni lord. Di tayo naniniwala sa mga words ni lord. Kung lahat ba naman tayong pilipino magbigay sa kapwa araw-araw (lifestyle ba) kahit kunti lang e di ba malaki na rin yun.

            • ryca
              September 12, 2009 at 10:21 am

              Please qoute the verse.

              Naiisip din kaya ni Noynoy na maggive way nalang?

    • kringkring
      September 9, 2009 at 9:51 am

      thank you for your advice to him… pero hindi pa rin ito makaka-apekto sa kahit ano pa mang desisyon ng iba… thanks all the way… i hope u’ll just believe,,, tingin ko, ikaw ung “to see is to believe.” pero marami pa rin ang to believe is to see… we just believe… kung mabigo man kami.. so be it.. it’s our fault.. anyway there’s nothing wrong when you believe… malay b namin unti-unti.. naniniwala ka na pala.. thanks..

    • takumi
      September 16, 2009 at 1:39 am

      excuse for my words, but these people are bunch of stupid bastards. ur ryt. dont vote for them. their just using their position. of course, people will think they’ll do good things after they elected them, but are we sure about that?? we elected alot of person we thought that they can help us, but did they?
      remember Villanueva when he said he dreamed God told him to run for presidency. that’s crap.
      Father Panillio, he’s just a normal pries. then, he joined and became a critic of Gloria. then, when he got the attention of Pampanga, he ran to become Governor.

      again, religion is religion.i hope all the religious people who wants to run for presidency read this. stop using ur positions. ur not belong and u’r not fit in.

  4. Kuro-chan
    September 3, 2009 at 8:44 pm

    pano kung minsan binigo ka ng Diyos sa iyong kahilingan? hindi ka na ba magtitiwala sa kanya??

    • September 3, 2009 at 11:47 pm

      Ang issue po dito ay kung totoo ba yung prophesiya sa kanya. Kasi pag hindi (Deuteronomy again), mali ang pundasyon ng candidatora nya. Kung ganoon, kasalanan at blaspemia na gagamitin nya ang pangalan ng panginoon. Alam ko sincero si brother eddie at mga tagasuporta nya. Pero hindi nangngahulugang tama sya.

      • ryca
        September 12, 2009 at 10:24 am

        At hindi rin nangangahulugan na tama ka.

        • September 15, 2009 at 8:47 am

          Sige ryca, mali man ako pero hindi nagkakamali ang deuteronomy about false prophets. Hehe. Di mo siguro narinig young prophesiya ni brother eddie kay JDV. Hindi nagkakatotoo. AT WALANG CONDITIONAL PROPHESY. Ito ang dahilan na di ko iboboto ang false prophet para mamuno sa atin gaano man sya ka sincero. At GAANO MAN NYA NATITINGLE ANG ATING MGA ITCHY EARS sa mga phayag nya.

          • Ryca
            September 18, 2009 at 12:09 am

            If inaamin mong nagkakamali ka, anu pa ang saysay ng mga sinsabi mo? Kala ko firm ka na tama kasi Bible ang pinagbasihan mo?

  5. September 4, 2009 at 11:00 am

    what was the prophecy? can anyone please post it here? thanks.

    • September 9, 2009 at 4:52 pm

      Questionable Prophecies
      Villanueva claims to be a prophet of God and has issued specific prophecies that he claims were prophetic visions from God. His prophecies mainly deal with God’s grand plan for the Filipino nation. One of his failed prophecies was his declaration that the Philippines will become “the America of Asia in 2000.”

      In 1998, The Philippine for Jesus Movement (PJM), an umbrella organization of more than 10,000 Protestant
      churches or about 3 million members of which Villanueva is the Chairman of the board had declared Jose de Venecia as the “God-mandated next president of the Philippines.” They said that de Venecia “was ordained by the Divine providence to fulfill his vision for the Philippines as a great nation of God.”

      “The glorious prophetic vision of God for the Philippines is for it to become prosperous and we cannot turn traitor to God’s calling and mandate,” said Villanueva. [1] The prophecy went unfulfilled when de Venecia lost to former President Joseph Estrada

      http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Eduardo_Villanueva

      In the middle of Bro. Eddie’s (Villanueva) campaign for the presidency in 2004, those of us in his original Task Force knew in our hearts there was not a slim chance for victory. We were lacking in almost everything: resources, organization, cohesive message, manpower, name it.

      But we held strongly to one precious hope: divine intervention! Those were “magic words” that buoyed us up to the end. Why? Because of prophecies and visions we’ve heard and read from “credible” sources – that Bro Eddie will be the next president of the Philippines!

      But Bro Eddie lost. McCain and Palin lost.

      From my Foursquare church days, I’ve known that prophecy is conditional but somehow I can’t help but wonder aloud especially when prophets (or those who claim they are) speak with a “thus saith the Lord” finality.

      Was there a failure of prophecy in 2004? In 2008?

      http://joviegalaraga.multiply.com/journal

      Bro. Eddie’s passion is not just for the evangelization but also the transformation of the Philippines and other nations to become the blessed nations of God declared in Psalm 33:12. In 1984, God gave Bro. Eddie a vision of a “bloody revolution that may come if the churches will not untie to win the country with the Gospel’. That vision gave birth to the Philippines for Jesus Movement or PJM, a broad alliance of churches and ministries with a nationwide constituency of millions. Under the leadership of Bro. Eddie as National Chairman, PJM has been actively engaged in its prophetic ministry to the nation, leading mass-based activities and multi-media thrusts designed to transform the nation and establish the Lordship of Jesus in all realms of life and society.

      Bro. Eddie’s prophetic mandate, that of speaking the heart and mind of god to the nation, was confirmed in November 1986 through a powerful word of prophecy given by Dr. Ralph Mahoney, founder of World MAP and a world-respected Christian leader-statesman. Through the years, that prophetic word has been reaffirmed by other distinguished global Christian leaders such as Dr. Bill Hamon, Dr. Cindy Jacobs, Dr. Peter Wagner.

      Today, through his two top-rated weekly TV programs, Diyos At Bayan [God and Country] and PJM Forum, God has expanded Bro. Eddie’s reach in pursuing his prophetic role. Recently, in recognition of such mandate, he has unanimously been chosen to chair God’s People Coalition for Righteousness (GPCR), an aggrupation of concerned Catholics, Muslims and Evangelical Christians, which aims to instill moral values in society and government
      http://www.jilchurch.us/sandiego/pages/founder.htm

      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASTORS NETWORK
      >From: Pastorsnet@aol.com [mailto:Pastorsnet@aol.com]

      Dear Phil,
      Today we had an awesome meeting. Dr. George Otis, 85 years old and going strong shared with the pastors and Christian leaders throughout Bible history God has many times used “one man” to make a difference and turn the world upside down.

      The man who has traveled the world to preach the gospel to the poor and to kings and priests is going out again this time to build another short wave radio station to preach the gospel to the middle east. He basically said, that if he stays here or if he is in the air and God takes him home, he’d rather be moving and doing something for God’s kingdom.

      He also shared a little about his experience in the Philippines with Bro. Eddie Villaneuva, founder of Jesus is Lord Church, and the time they went to visit then President Marcos and Imelda. And Bro. George had the privilege and boldness to lead Mrs. Marcos to the Lord. He also said under the anointing of the Holy Ghost that Bro. Eddie Villanueva will be the next President of the Philippines. And his sister, who is a pastor in our network was present.

      http://www.nppn.org/Connections/Connections03202005.htm

      In March this year, a Christian church prophet, Dr. Cindy Jacobs, had prophesied that Villanueva would be elected the next President of the Philippines during a ceremony held at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Manila. But Villanueva said that Dr. Jacob’s prophecy was not the only reason he would consider if he ran. He said his decision to run would be based on “my understanding and my knowledge of the miserable conditions in the nation today.”

      http://www.asianjournal.com/dateline-usa/15-dateline-usa/1674-jesus-is-lord-founder-will-only-run-if-filipinos-are-ready-for-change.html?showall=1

  6. VhiNz
    September 5, 2009 at 8:54 pm

    basta may puso at damdamin talaga si bro. eddie para iahon ang bansa sa kahirapan…

    • takumi
      September 16, 2009 at 1:40 am

      no!! he just want to be president. and what??? he doesnt have any knowledge about politics. ur just fooling yourselves.

  7. VhiNz
    September 5, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    Just continue to trust God that Bro. Eddie will win…

  8. VhiNz
    September 5, 2009 at 9:06 pm

    sino pla mas gusto nio?? ung mas mraming alam sa politika?? eh sa sobrang sanay sa politika, madali nalang mangurakot ang ganyang nilalang..

    • September 8, 2009 at 3:58 pm

      ako may puso din at damdamin sa ating inang bayan. At alam ko marami tayo na ganito. Pwede na ba tayong tumakbo bilang presidente? Kaya lang walang prophesiya para sa atin si cindy jacobs at bill hamon na tayo ang mamuno ng isang glorious, righteous, missionary sending Philippines. Kaya’t magbigay nalang ako ng tubig sa mahihirap, bigyan ng saplot ang mga walang damit, bibisita sa may sakit at pupunta sa bilibid. Kayo na rin!

      • Jem
        September 9, 2009 at 7:19 pm

        sorry to say but i dont think that you have a heart. If you truly love your nation you will support the vision of Bangon Movement. I pray that God will enlighthen your heart especially your mind. God bless

        • September 10, 2009 at 12:56 am

          Oh, jem. I have the heart to tell people the truth and to expose those who use the name of the lord in vain thru prophecies, kunu. Wake up, jem. You are one of those who are easily swayed because you hear what your itching ears want to hear. And please note: the prophecies of God are not conditional. They will ALWAYS COME TRUE. I even believe that He is more glorified when prophesies are fulfilled despite the unbelief and disobedience of His people. PLEASE READ my response to wawam above regarding unfulfilled prophecies by and for our dear brother eddie and follow the links.
          God bless din po.

          • janet
            October 20, 2009 at 12:23 am

            timpaul, you do not know Bro. Eddie personally, Should you allow yourself to live in doubts ,vagueness of the prophecies you are saying, He is a good man with integrity, honesty and has the courage to fight for the good of our beloved Philippines. It appears that you have misinterpreted him and apparent you just want to discredit him. Sometimes it maybe difficult to see the sun shining on the other side, seeing but never understanding. There might be a blockage somewhere, that needs to be removed. Moreover, We are not swayed by anyone except by our Lord and Saviour, our ears were not itching only waiting, listening, and obeying the voice of God , our Lord Jesus Christ. Our faith is steadfast and we know our labor in the Lord will never be in vain. Bro. Eddie our next President of the Philippines God bless

            • October 20, 2009 at 9:17 am

              I know an unrepentant false prophet when I see one on the basis of Deuteronomy 18:22. Do you, janet?

              Anyone (born again or not)can be “a good man with integrity, honesty and has the courage to fight for the good of our beloved Philippines.” Ninoy was one. We, born agains, don’t have the monopoly of what is good.

        • daniel maliksi
          September 11, 2009 at 10:25 pm

          sobra naman to. each one of us has his/her own opinion, wag kang magsalita ng ganyan.

    • takumi
      September 16, 2009 at 1:43 am

      then, ur saying na pag ang isang tao marami nang alam sa politics magaling nang mangurakot? so it means my chance si Villanueva para maging kurakot?

  9. Smoker
    September 5, 2009 at 9:08 pm

    di ba wla na si ed panlilio sa listahan ng mga tatakbo?? naghayag na xa kea kindly remove him in the poll..

  10. September 6, 2009 at 11:20 am

    This 2010 Presidential Elections will really be a battle of David and Goliath in politics.If David used one stone to defeat Goliath, Bro. Eddie should, aside from his present resources, consider using a modern, effective and sophisticated weapon against the Goliaths of Philippine politics to assure victory in the polls. I offer a program to fortify and expand his base from the grassroots to the elite which can be understood and realized in due time.

  11. Libby
    September 6, 2009 at 11:46 am

    Reasons Why Bro Eddie Appears to be Underrated
    Experienced law-makers, graduates of highly recognized schools, scions of illustrious families, big spenders, and those with elusive mass appeal, these are usual persona of a presidential aspirant’s political façade, true but inaccurate. How many Filipinos have included a candidate’s indisputable and evident love for God and his country? Historians wrote about Abraham Lincoln’s call on the Americans to fully submit to the Supreme government of God, and had even included in his speech that the united prayer of the nation may ascend to the throne of grace and bring down plentiful blessings upon his country. That was the secret of America’s early success. Past US Presidents Washington, Adams, Madison, Kennedy to name a few, had all agreed that throughout world history, “man has turned to God for divine assistance”.. Indeed, fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Sad to say, several Juan dela Cruzes fail to include this significant criterion. I would like to believe that many Filipinos never learn from the past, we just laugh and look at the present, and we entrust our future to miscalculated election surveys.
    1. They say that Bro. Eddie doesn’t appear in surveys.
    a. The survey could have been done in the candidate’s bailiwick.
    b. Bro. Eddie’s name is not even listed on the sheet.
    c. Somebody close to the top slot could have commissioned the survey. (probably to condition the minds of the voters)
    2. They say that Bro Eddie has few media mileage / no infomercials.
    a. Bro Eddie wants a new trend in political campaign. His competence, character, courage, and compassion are the 4 C’s that guarantee his sincerity and commitment.
    b. Bro Eddie’s daily living is too boring to write about. No scoops, no intrigues, no excess baggage.
    3. They say that Bro Eddie is absurd and illogical whenever he speaks about God and His promises.
    a. The Lord said that whoever acknowledges HIM before men, HE will also acknowledge before the angels of God. (Luke 12:8)
    b. God’s promises are conditional – IF HIS PEOPLE WILL HUMBLE THEMSELVES AND TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS AND PRAY, it was only then that GOD will heal our land.
    Almost all candidates shout “PAGBABAGO”. But who among them can blatantly declare to the public that “CHANGE BEGINS IN ME”. Arrogant, drunkard, adulterous, bad-mouthing, chain smoker, gamblers, opportunists, yet everyone says they go for real change.
    ONLY A CHANGED MAN CAN CHANGE A NATION. Let us support this man who is not ashamed to declare his ardent love for GOD and records show that he does not succumb to the whims of the adversary. With that, BRO EDDIE IS RATED NO. 1 – no one else comes closer. GOD BLESS THE PHILIPPINES!

    • September 8, 2009 at 4:09 pm

      What about prophet eddies failed prophecy in 1998 about JDV? Is prophet eddie a true servant of God? “Many will say to me: “Lord, Lord…Did we not prophesy in your name… I never knew you”

      As far as I know, he never made amends of his false prophesy. Read Deuteronomy.

      • Jem
        September 9, 2009 at 7:26 pm

        Do you really know the story why JDV did not win in 1998 presidential election? For your info JDV went to Our Lady of Manaog and bow down before her statue. Please read what is written in Exodus 20:2 to 5, thats the reason why JDV lost in 1998 presidentiable

        • September 10, 2009 at 1:02 am

          No, jem, JDV lost because he has fewer votes than ERAP.

    • antenna1
      September 9, 2009 at 8:42 pm

      1. They say that Bro. Eddie doesn’t appear in surveys.
      a. The survey could have been done in the candidate’s bailiwick.
      b. Bro. Eddie’s name is not even listed on the sheet.
      c. Somebody close to the top slot could have commissioned the survey. (probably to condition the minds of the voters)

      surveys are done anywhere as long as it represents the rest of the country or the eco-class or demographics of the voters. doing the sruvey in bailiwicks violates research principles.

      respondents name the candidate, there is no list of names. if not mentioned, it does not get a vote.

      these research companies are highly reputable, they will always abide bt principles of research.

  12. Libby
    September 6, 2009 at 11:47 am

    Surveys do not represent 80 million Filipinos. No matter who commissioned and how it was done, I still believe that Filipino voters cannot be fooled. Matalino ang Pinoy, hindi tayo mga robot na basta kaya nilang ikondisyon ang isip. GO AHEAD WITH THEIR BILLIONS UNTIL SUCH TIME THAT EVERYTHING IS GONE INCLUDING HIS INTEGRITY.. Nakakatakot ang ganyang kandidato, handang isugal ang lahat makuha lang ang pinakamataas na posisiyon. KAWAWA KA NAMAN PILIPINO KUNG MAGPAPALOKO KA SA KANYA. Naisip mo ba kung paano niya babawiin ang lahat ng ginastos niya. Balikan mo pinoy ang mga nagdaang kasaysayan. MANINDIGAN KA AT HUWAG MATAKOT NA IBASURA ANG MGA TULAD NILA.

    • antenna1
      September 9, 2009 at 8:38 pm

      surveys do represent the electorate. it is one of the reasons surveys were invented – to be able to get a good representation of the whole universe (statistical term).

  13. Libby
    September 6, 2009 at 11:50 am

    Ang TUNAY NA STATESMAN AY YUNG HINDI NAKIKINIG SA MGA UDYOK NG IBANG TAO NA MAY PANSARILING INTEREST LAMANG.
    GO BRO EDDIE, FROM THE START, YOUR ONE AND ONLY BASIS IS GOD’S WORD.

    • September 8, 2009 at 4:36 pm

      Yeah right, libby. The result of the 2004 election did not concur with the pre election surveys. Yet, our brother eddie still did not win.

  14. castro
    September 6, 2009 at 2:30 pm

    isa pa itong si villanueva, wala ring pumapansin dito.

  15. daniel maliksi
    September 11, 2009 at 10:27 pm

    di ba kulelat si villanueva noong tumakbo siya? nilaglag ng mga kasama niya. ilalaglag ulit yan!

  16. September 11, 2009 at 11:07 pm

    noynoy aquino now has 3% of the votes in this poll.

  17. VhiNz
    September 13, 2009 at 8:38 pm

    wala naman ginawa si noynoy.. kulelat nga yan sa senado.. wala naman ginawa yan nung senador xa.. ang aga nia mangampanya.. umiikot agad xa sa pilipinas para kumuha ng boto… hindi na xa nagtatrabaho sa senado… ganyan ba dapat??

    wag magpalinlang mga kababayan ko.. wag kau magpadala sa kasikatan ng pulitiko…

  18. rayleigh
    September 13, 2009 at 8:42 pm

    wow.. impressive.. 57835 votes are cast on the poll…

    but the percentage is not accurate,.. +10 to the percent vote in each presidentiables then you now get the actual no. of votes to the presidentiables…

    —-Mind is power——-

  19. naruto
    September 13, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    nakalimutan nio na ba ung helo garci controversy?? aun ang dahilan ang pagkulang ng boto…

  20. wowow
    September 13, 2009 at 8:48 pm

    may mali… bkit pinakauna ung picture ni noynoy samantalang huli ke bro. eddie?? halatang maka noynoy ung gumawa ng site na ito..

    kala ko ba by order ung arrangement ng pictures kung kelan sila nagproklama?? eh dapat nasa huli ung picture ni noynoy…

    tska bkit dati.. nung nagbig tym surge si bro. eddie ndi pinalitan ung picture ni escudero??

    tapos ngaun si noynoy… ndi pa naman nagta top sa poll, pinalitan agad ung pic ni villanueva.. hayy..

  21. shivasguard
    September 13, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    sige.. kumpara natin si noynoy ngayon kay bro. eddie..

    yellow sa yellow… sino kaya ang mas mababa ngayon sa kanilang dalawa??

  22. VhiNz
    September 13, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    dont lose hope mga great believers and true sons of God..

    just have faith in God…

    Bro. Eddie Will win.. not by prophecy.. but by faith..

    nothing is impossible to God..

    i believe na si Bro. eddie ang instrumento ni Jesus para mapalaganap ng Diyos ang kanyang kapangyarihan sa pilipinas…

    dont just believe in prophecy.. tao lamang din si villanueva..

    di prophecy ang twag sa pagbibigay ng declaration of victory ni bro. eddie… ang tawag dun ay A big faith..

  23. Rosalina Ora'a
    September 13, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    I started rooting for Nicky Perlas because he has clear framework and motivations for his presidential bid. He declared, as well, that when there is someone in the horizon who can represent a “people’s choice” – he would give way.

    Now there is the emerging “people” choice. And that is Noynoy. By the confluence of events, I give meaning to the signs that present themselves. Something deep and inviting is surfacing in the Noynoy phenomenon. And I must say that I am paying very close attention and reflection to the unfolding of events.

    As I remain constant to the call for reforms and change, I have also to protect my own sense of things from the noise and the pettiness of prophets of dooms and self-anointed interpreters of events.

    I remain open; everyday hoping that by election time I would have made the right choice – a conscience-vote, they say.

    • ryca
      September 13, 2009 at 10:51 pm

      I am excited this coming election. I am excited to campaign Bro. Eddie! Never been felt this feeling before.

      Bangon Pilipinas!

  24. September 14, 2009 at 10:33 am

    Obviously, the people behind this site are pro-Eddie..

    Eddie is a good man…but he’s a false prophet…

    Ginagamit pa ang Lord sa kampanya nya…

    I bet my balls, he will not win again.

    • Ryca
      September 15, 2009 at 12:03 am

      Know him first.

      • michael
        September 24, 2009 at 12:22 am

        tama.

  25. September 14, 2009 at 11:57 am

    of all the presidentiables, I say nobody can top the qualifications of Nicanor Perlas. Popularity should not be the gauge of one’s viability for the post. We have to usher the era of ‘New politics’ to our naion, and I say we start now. Let’s get informed of who really are we voting. Let’s not be lulled by the pathos being displayed to us by the outer reality. Let’s use our practical thinking and critical analysis.

    • September 14, 2009 at 12:00 pm

      visit nicanor-perlas.com

  26. ace
    September 14, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    noynoy will not win in 2010 election…

    sure ako dyan…

  27. Vhinz
    September 14, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    anong maka-Eddie ung site na ito…

    maka- Noynoy nga ung mga nandito..

  28. omniknight
    September 14, 2009 at 6:18 pm

    eddie villanueva has a big chance of winning the 2010 election..

    why??

    nung 2004 election kasi, JIL lang bumoto sa kanya..

    ngayon, kahit Couples for christ, some of El shaddai, born again christians of course, Muslim people etc. ay boto sa kanya..

    ndi mananalo si noynoy, sinasabi ko sa inyo.. wag kayo
    magpaloko sa media..

  29. September 14, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    let’s see – it has been mar roxas, then manny villar, then noynoy aquino and now eddie villanueva. ah. villanueva was next. who is next?

  30. VhiNz
    September 15, 2009 at 5:59 pm
  31. VhiNz
  32. September 15, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    perlas attempted to break away from the laggards group today with good increases reaching up to 6%. but supporters of escudero returned to this blog to push his ratings up.

    we now have escudero slightly ahead of aquino at 2nd. the push for perlas was short lived.

  33. takumi
    September 16, 2009 at 2:06 am

    let’s vote those person who really need/deserve to be elected. not because they have good intension(they all say this). has accomplish alot of things and knows a lot about politics can have alot of factors and advantages in a position they want to be in.
    u shouldnt be blinded by the light of a person. he might just using that light to manipulate people. look at his/her background, the things he/she has done, the controversy he’s in and if they’re true or what.
    just imagine when other country people knows about this. someone won and became a president because he is religious.
    and even so, if Villanueva won, do you think he will full fill his destiny(kuno) or what people need/needed. they might all fail(for all presidenciable). dont expect that because he is a religious personality, he will push up the Phillipines to the top and end up poverty and corruption.
    past president’s have done alot of good things. we just focusing on the bad things they have done. for regilious people, u know that human is imperfect. we do sometimes bad things we dont want.
    religious presidentialble have done nothing. why should we elect them? give them a chance? why didnt we give the other presidentiable before a chance? they have done good things. they proved something. something we need. but priest, brothers.. come on.. face the reality!! u cant feed poor people by words..

  34. diane
    September 16, 2009 at 7:54 am

    eddie villanueva? naku, wag na lang.

    • Ryca
      September 18, 2009 at 12:17 am

      And who do you think is better?

  35. ryca
    September 16, 2009 at 8:13 am

    For the People who believe in Bro. Eddie’s agenda:

    Lets the fire keep burning. Lets our passion for genuine change continue.
    Lets stand firm despite sa mga napapanuod, naririnig, napapakinggan at nababasa natin. Lets not abondon ship. We will stay and finish ang nasimulan.

    Lets shine..
    God bless the Philippines!
    Bangon Pilipinas.

  36. VhiNZ
    September 16, 2009 at 6:58 pm

    noynoy aquino?? naku lalong wag na lang

    —–
    @VhiNZ : last warning to you – you will be banned from this blog if you continue to use other usernames in posting comments in this blog.

    ~wawam~

    • marsheemarsh
      September 17, 2009 at 6:25 pm

      i’ve been reading all the comments here at nakakagigil grabe.

      alot of the comments reek of SHEER SELF RIGHTEOUSNESS. it repeatedly turns me off from these extremely religious fanatics.

      do not think that not voting for Eddie villanueva means not voting for God, not voting for change, not voting for Faith.

      not voting for Eddie Villanueva simply means not believing he,as a person, is capable, and not believing in all these prophesies, most of which have already been proven false!

      if you want to sell him as someone who will follow the will of God or whatever, then go ahead. BUT do not talk as if he’s some superhero of God fallen from heaven. tapos kapag chinachallenge sya ang idadahilan lang kesyo walang faith. kesyo kami eto “lang” pananaw sa mundo at kesyo kayo ENLIGHTENED. my goodness.

  37. fred
    September 17, 2009 at 7:24 pm

    Sawa na ang bayang Pilipino sa mga TRAPO, Hindi na tayo paloloko.
    Ito na ang Tunay na Pagbabago.
    BRO. EDDIE!

    • diane
      September 17, 2009 at 10:59 pm

      villanueva was not voted before, no reason why people should do differently in the coming election.

      • Ryca
        September 18, 2009 at 12:21 am

        Bro. Eddie did not voted by majority before and there’s so much reasons why we should double our effort ti campaign for him. My passion for this cause increase.

  38. diane
    September 17, 2009 at 11:02 pm

    this blog has been invaded by religious fanatics. sorry to say that more of the religious fanatics posting here will turn off more people and not vote vilanueva. it is a horrifying thought that the country will be run by religious zealots and fanatics.

    • Ryca
      September 18, 2009 at 12:16 am

      Yup Diane, you are right. We will invade this blog, for His glory!
      And won’t will be much horrying again (again and again and again) if this country will run by same old traditional politician?

      • September 22, 2009 at 1:19 pm

        So inaamin nomg religious fanatic ka?
        God have mercy on us FIlipinos.

        • Ryca
          September 22, 2009 at 6:45 pm

          Where’s the pag-amin?

          • September 23, 2009 at 3:09 pm

            Diane said: ” this blog is invaded by religious fanatics…”. You said: “Yup, diane, you are right…we will invade this blog…” is the pag amin.Hehehe.

            • ryca
              September 24, 2009 at 10:51 pm

              Yup, I am a religious fanatic? Masama ba?
              Hindi maarok ng kaisipan ko kung bakit ang mga religious fanatic na tulad ko ay kinamumuhian ang opinyong kong iluklok ang candidate na Pastor na may kakayahan pero sa mga traditional politician na matagal ng nanunungkulan pero walang magawa ay okay lang.

              • September 25, 2009 at 9:31 am

                The DARK AGES happened because of religious fanatics. 911 also. Oh, they also have the good intentions of bringing people to God. But those who disagree? PATAY, TORTURED and forced to their religion. They were also bible believing. That religion is actually the Mother of your religion now, Ryca.

                • Ryca
                  September 25, 2009 at 9:58 pm

                  Thanks timpaul. God bless you..

                  • September 30, 2009 at 9:41 am

                    I am humbled by your humility, ryca. Lets be friends. God bless you, too

        • kel
          September 24, 2009 at 12:55 am

          excuse me guys. eto lang talaga opinion ko.

          hi. ask ko lang kung anong klase ng tao mo naman gusto idescribe yung mga tao na sumusuporta sa agenda ni eddie villanueva? magpasagayon, san mo kina-categorize sarili mo?

          i think we can’t call those people “religious fanatic”. i think what they want is to restore righteousness in this nation. and they’ll support villanueva because they believe that he can restore righteousness in this nation.

          eto lang ha, i didn’t vote nung nakaraang 2004 elections, kasi di ko malinawan ang mga konkretong plano ng mga tatakbo para sa bansa. ngayon, nakikita ko kay villanueva ang tiyak at malinis na hangarin nyang iahon ang bansa natin. ika nga ng comments dito, bangon pilipinas.

          isa lang akong normal na tao na nabubuhay dito. pagod na ako sa nakikita kong kabulukan. i think i’ll support eddie villanueva sa eleksyon. sorry ah – hindi ako “religious fanatic” kasi susuportahan ko sya this time. gusto ko lang ng mamumuno sa bansa na matatag na tatayuan ang kanyang mga prinsipyo sa buhay.

  39. VhiNZ
    September 22, 2009 at 9:56 pm

    Kasi nga, we believe na hindi lang laban ni Villanueva yun,
    laban din natin yun para sa katagumapayan,
    And laban din ni GOD.

    God must be the center of our lives.

    and we believe that Villanueva is one of the instruments of God para tuluyan makapasok ang Kapangyarihan ng Diyos sa bansa..

    sa MGA hindi Born Again,
    Hindi nio kasi kami naiintindihan ang mga purpose namin..

    WE are not campaigning Villanueva,
    We are campaigning Good governance,
    We are campaining God.

    • marsheemarsh
      September 23, 2009 at 12:10 am

      so if we don’t vote for villanueva we do not vote for God and thus we rot in hell. oh sheesh.

      when you vote for villanueva, vote for him alone as a human being. vote for good governance however you wanna put it. but for goodness sake stop dragging God’s name. respeto nalang.

      yan ginagamit niyong pangkampanya e. vote for villanueva you vote for God. what kind of twisted idea is that? then if people say they will not vote for him ipapalabas nyo na hindi si God ang iboboto thus we are such pitiful sinners. ugh.

      no matter how you put it. THIS IS POLITICS. dragging God’s name into all of this is going to be YOUR BRAND OF POLITICS in the long run. so just stop. stop using religion. stop using God. respeto nalang.

  40. norberto manuel
    September 23, 2009 at 7:53 am

    eddie villanueva is NOT God’s favorite son nor is he the anointed one. more importantly, he does not have a monopoly on what is good and right for the country. the zealots use that to lull themselves into complacency and a feeble attempt to harass others to support villanueva.

    they really should stop this approach as it turns off a lot of people. more importantly, it is is the height of hypocrisy to be so passionate about villanueva when they themselves did not vote villanueva in his last attempt. the members of villanueva’s own religious sect abandoned villanueva in the last poll, why would they now expect others to support him?

  41. norberto manuel
    September 23, 2009 at 7:56 am

    villanueva is not destined by God to do anything in this election. he was not destined then, he is not destined now. if God wanted him to be president. he should have succeeded the first time. he placed last in the last election, that should tell you something.

    his supporters should rethink – maybe they should stop supporting villanueva and find a more worthy presidentiable, encourage villanueva to withdraw or change their tactics. the tactics they applied then did not work and it will not work now. its really a big turn off.

  42. antenna1
    September 24, 2009 at 8:34 am

    they are religious fanatics – too much mention of God. they even talk about prophecies and yet when you read villanueva’s platform, there is no mention of God but just secular issues.

    • kel
      September 24, 2009 at 11:15 am

      siguro, then, mas mabuti na yun kaysa sa kamunduhan. ikaw, others here don’t call their self “religious fanatic”, then ano tawag sa mga tao na tila bwisit at inis sa mga ganto? fanatic ng kamunduhan?

      sorry a. i understand sa religous view ng simbahan na makasalanan ang mundo.

      i just understand the need of the people here for change.

      • marsheemarsh
        September 25, 2009 at 11:16 pm

        kamunduhan. haha. such self righteous talk.

  43. VhiNZ
    September 27, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    pag nanalo nga si Villanueva,

    magiging triple ang itataas na buwis para sa sigarilyo, alak, etc.

    tataasan niya rin ang buwis or patatanggal niya rin ang mga casino.

    ipagbabawal niya ang pasugalan sa lahat ng lugar sa bansa.

    bawal na rin ang mga tambay sa kanto.

    bawal na rin ang saklaan. kung kelangan ng namatayan ng pondo sa pagpapalibing, hihingi na lang dapat sa gobyerno.

    sa gayon, magkakaroon din ng malaking pondo para sa education, ospital, charities, etc.

  44. VhiNZ
    October 1, 2009 at 3:44 pm

    to all Villanueva’s supporters..

    may promise sa tin si God.

    “Keep the faith and drop the fear. Dont believe your doubts and never doubt your beliefs.”

    un lang..

  45. li
    November 9, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    haha bangon group prevailed…
    naubusan na ng sasabihin mga dunungdunungan…

    eto lang: Man has always been looking for a better plan, but God has always been looking for a better man, because man is God’s ultimate plan.

    Di bababa si God to rule the Philippines…he will use a righteous man.

    Ayaw nyo sa maka-Diyos…san nyo gusto? sa maka-demonyo? Its a no-brainer…peace out.

    Ikaw…Ako…Tayo ang pagbabago…We are the change that we want to see

    Vote Brother Eddie
    Vote for Change

    • icemom
      November 9, 2009 at 12:40 pm

      “God is always looking for a better man” – that probably explains why noynoy aquino is leading in the SWS poll at 60% and villanueva is at 1%.

      if we will apply the thnking to the poll results, God thinks aquino is a much better man than villanueva. villanuea seem to be just a little over a better man while aquino is greatly significant better man.

    • November 9, 2009 at 2:21 pm

      Li, are you saying Noynoy and other candidates are makademonyo? Grabe ka naman mag judge. Sa sinabi mung iyan I remember a religious man in the new testament who looked down on the tax collector (and all other unrighteous people) while praying to God. Turned out the tax collector pleased God more than the religious man. Hinayhinay, li.
      Again, ARE YOU SAYING NOYNOY IS MAKADEMONYO?

      • li
        November 21, 2009 at 7:59 pm

        It seems that religious ka coz you’re reading the bible, di kaya ikaw yung religious man na tinutukoy dun sa new testament???

        see…masyadong complicated, tao lang tayo, pede magkamali.

        hiling ko simple lang, sa mga di bilib kay ECV, listen to him first, give him a chance, youtube lang dami nang naka upload.

        sa mga maka ECV…keep the FAITH…like you guys excited na ako to go out and campaign

        • November 23, 2009 at 10:54 pm

          Sagutin mo ako, li. Are you saying that noynoy is makademonyo? Hindi ako religious. Di na nga ako naniniwala sa religion mu.

          Sagutin mo tanong ko?

  46. li
    November 21, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    I’m not saying that other candidates are makademonyo, I’m not judging anyone, I have no right to do so and I’m not in the position as well…I’m not being self righteous but if you’re not part of the solution then you are part of the problem, kung di ka ayon in God’s plan for the nation, then who’s side are you? be the judge if you want…

    • November 23, 2009 at 10:59 pm

      “Ayaw nyo sa maka-Diyos…san nyo gusto? sa maka-demonyo?”
      Maliwanag ang ibig mung sabihin dito, li. Nanghuhusga ka.”I’m not saying that other candidates are makademonyo”
      So binabawi mo na ang sinabi mong ito, li?

  47. li
    November 21, 2009 at 7:41 pm

    2004 pa lang sigaw na namin ay pagbabago, di nakinig ang mga tao, san na tayo ngayon?

    If noynoy wins, he will be president for 6 years then life goes on…

    If ECV wins, he will be president for 6 years…then we will live in a new Philippines.

    Subukan nyo si ECV…kaming naniniwala sa kanya naranasan ang pagbabago…may pag asa pa just keep your minds open.

  48. janet
    November 22, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    Amen! Let us continue to be united and believe that our labors in the Lord will never be in vain. Halina kayo sa PAGBABAGO, isulong ang mithiin ng bawat Pilipino na nagmamahal sa ating beloved nation ay magkaroon ng katuparan. Mabuhay ang BAGONG PILIPINAS. MABUHAY SI BRO. EDDIE. MABUHAY ANG LAHAT NA NAGMAMAHAL SA BANSANG PILIPINAS and GOD RICHLY BLESS OUR BELOVED NATION.

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