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richard gordon vs. eddie villanueva – the 2010 Presidentiables Blog face-off #1

we are jumping off from the leaders in our poll here at 2010 Presidentiables and the amount of comments made in this blog where a high proportion is on eddie villanueva and richard gordon. these two presidentiables are leading in our poll and we think their supporters are very frequent visitors of this blog.

we like to start a face-off concept where we will be pitting two presidentiables against each other – to hear the views of our readers on why one deserves his/her vote over the other.

these are my  views on these two presidentiables which in no way is complete and not at all comprehensive. i do not know how much my views of these candidates are those of regular voters, but these are my impressions of these two presidentiables.

richard gordon

  • has been a long-time senator
  • tended to be on the opposition side
  • his senate committee recently came out with a recommendation to impeach arroyo on the ZTE corruption scandal
  • he was the hero of the rehabilitation of the Subic Naval Base when he almost single handedly revived and made the naval base viable again  when the americans abandoned it as a naval base. he not only prevented its going down to waste but made it viable again.
  • he was responsible for changing olangapo city into a a good community and not just a place where hard rock, drugs and prostitution was the main source of income for the city
  • he has been head of the national red cross and did very well during the ondoy/pepeng floods

eddie villanueva

  • is a protestant minister and head of JIL
  • he ran in the last presidential election and lost, came in last
  • he touts the 7Es as his platform but often forgets to talk about them during interviews
  • his interest is to reform the country through eyes made up of convictions on his faith
  • his presidency counts a lot on the support of JIL members

who are you voting for – villanueva or gordon?

  1. Champ
    December 19, 2009 at 11:52 am

    I’ll vote for the transformers..

    • Hec Canlas
      December 22, 2009 at 6:12 pm

      A quote from Moderator (Wawam):

      “we like to start a face-off concept where we will be pitting two presidentiables against each other – to hear the views of our readers on why one deserves his/her vote over the other.”

      Feedback and suggestions:

      Mr Wawam, with due respect, the above topic you posted (which is subject for readers’ discussion) is obviously bias. You initiated a post with an unbalanced presentation and forgetting to collect inputs from both sides before presenting to readers for their comments.

      Would you please let the readers post their positive or negative comments to both candidates. Your comments too as a reader should be located on the reply or comments area as necessary.

      Kindly handle the topic with care and suggest that you revise this post in order to avoid negative impressions from the readers for being a partisan moderator. Thank you and Merry Christmas too.

      • December 22, 2009 at 8:03 pm

        we allow all types of posts in this blog, positive or megative.

        • Hector Canlas
          December 22, 2009 at 9:14 pm

          I got your thought Wawam, but my concern is about the details of your presentation on the ‘matching’ views both for Eddie Villanueva and Dick Gordon. Your research has partiality.

          The first one got your desirable views while the other one receives a lot of negative points from you as a moderator and owner of this blog. There’s a lot of positive points you may contribute for Villanueva and also a negative points for Gordon to make it fair before presenting to the public for further discussion. Thus, your comparison study knowingly or unknowingly will eventually mislead the readers.

          Really there are some negative feedbacks from the readers the way you handle the discussions. Being a professional moderator, please be fair and balance particularly for these political and sensitive issues.

          Thanks.

          • December 22, 2009 at 11:58 pm

            i have clearly stated those are my views and those are what i know. you are welcome to add anything you want or anything you think needs to be added.

            • December 23, 2009 at 4:40 pm

              Wawam, your action please is needed to this blogger whose inputs violates the policy of this blog.

              I wonder why this comments of excessive profanity and insults to bloggers that are contradicted to the policy you set up are allowed on this blog. See below quoted reaction from this user using the following nick.

              TANGINA NYO MGA BALIW (user’s nick)

              2009-12-14 08:55:34 ET
              PUTANGINA PURO KAYO BRO. EDDIE MGA GAGO!

              – – – – – – – – –
              POLICY:
              Comments & Reactions

              “We invite and encourage everyone to give their comments or reactions to posts and comments in this blog. We will not allow comments and reactions that are derogatory or insulting to posters in this blog. excessive profanity will also not be allowed. We like to hear what you think of the topic being discussed, not on the people who post here.” – wawam

    • janet
      January 19, 2010 at 2:54 pm

      We will vote for BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA as PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 2010. Destined to be the best PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES 2010. GOD BLESS BRO. EDDIE and GOD BLESS the PHILIPPINES.

      • -.-
        February 2, 2010 at 10:31 pm

        f bro eddie is destined 2 be the best pres of the phil..then no doubt na xa ang mananalo…let us see if he really is DESTINED as what all of you say..

      • jason
        April 22, 2010 at 12:51 pm

        baka madagdag sa bayarin ang abuloy.. hhahahaha

  2. O_O
    December 19, 2009 at 9:11 pm

    You forgot the Department of Tourism stint where he got tourists coming back here again. That shows a lot of what he can do.

  3. Francis
    December 19, 2009 at 9:17 pm

    Go for Bro.Eddie. Gordon have lots of court cases involving land property and scandals. we are for the righteous leader.

    • Ferdinand Aquino.....
      December 21, 2009 at 5:09 pm

      Opinyon ko lang at obserbasyon:

      Suriing mabuti ang motibo at mga galaw ni Dick Gordon.

      Ipinantapat niya ang kanyang pamangkin na si JC Delos Reyes (presidentiable) kay Eddie Villanueva para mabawasan o mahati ang boto ni Bro. Eddie. (Naalala ko ang dating style ni Eddie Gil na may basbas ng palasyo).

      Pinakikilos na ni Gordon ang kanyang mga supporters na bisitahin ang blog na ito para makipagtunggali sa number one blog favorites na si Eddie Villanueva.
      Mapapansin natin na bigla siyang pumangalawa kay ECV at gusto pa yata siyang higitan.

      • O_O
        December 22, 2009 at 10:02 am

        >>Suriing mabuti ang motibo at mga galaw ni Dick Gordon.

        Right on. Go read and find out how much he has been doing, and why he should be the leader. He has the experience and track record suitable for a president.

        • Lance
          December 22, 2009 at 4:02 pm

          no worries .. although this blog is one sided .. its looked liked eddie v. didnt do anything at all .. man ,..

      • chona
        December 27, 2009 at 4:49 pm

        hindi mahahati kundi mababawasan ang boto ni ECV (hihihi).

        JC please wag kang padikta sa uncle mo na si uncle Dick. ginagamit ka lang niya pati ang morality campaign mo pero sa totoo lang gina-grab niya ang pagkakataon para mabawasan ang boto ni ECV na siyang mas kilala kaysa sa yo.

        sana pagbigyan mo na ang mas lamang at winnable candidate na si Villaneuva.

        please magkaisa kayo kasi iisa ang adhikain ninyo.

        • O_O
          December 27, 2009 at 7:29 pm

          >>JC please wag kang padikta sa uncle mo na si uncle Dick. ginagamit ka lang niya pati ang morality campaign mo pero sa totoo lang gina-grab niya ang pagkakataon para mabawasan ang boto ni ECV na siyang mas kilala kaysa sa yo.

          Until you prove this, chismis lang to that isn’t to be taken seriously. Gordons are a no-nonsense people, and Dick Gordon himself is a principled man. Why would he bother waging war against Eddie Villanueva?

    • jason
      April 22, 2010 at 12:54 pm

      halatang bayaran ka at tao k ni bro. eddiee..
      gumising ka nga…
      ilalagay mo sa pinakamataas n position ung walang alam.. ni hindi p ng barnagay capt. yan… mag icp k namn pre…

  4. janet
    December 19, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Still Bro. Eddie Villanueva would be the Best PICK. NO ONE ELSE! BRO. EDDIE FOR PRESIDENT, DESTINY NA YAN. GOD BLESS THE PHILIPPINES.

    • December 28, 2009 at 6:04 am

      destiny na ba? wag na lang bumoto sa iba, destiny na pala. sayang naman yung democratic effort ng botohan

    • Carpediemgeorge
      December 28, 2009 at 5:52 pm

      Francis :Go for Bro.Eddie. Gordon have lots of court cases involving land property and scandals. we are for the righteous leader.

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      Kaya tayo nagakakahatihati sa mundo dahil lang sa relihiyon–masyado tayong nagpapabrainwash sa paniniwala na sinaligan natin! Destiny! Tama ba yun! I respect what you’ve said. Conviction mo yon! But if you’re alone, while in meditation–think hard fairly on what you said. And ask, “Does God favor my kind of Thinking?” Hindi ko mahagilap kung bakit kailangang pumasok sa panghihikayat ng relihiyon para gamitin at pumasok sa pulitika! Kung malinis ang hangarin–no question on that maybe! But you cannot serve two masters! God or Country? Choose one! I choose my country! And Gordon is my wise bet for President!

    • jundp
      January 19, 2010 at 4:21 am

      in my opinion, i agree with you that brother eddie is the best pick but let us not say that it is destined to happen unless you have a credible source that is confirming this .. i don’t .. i just hope and pray that it would be brother eddie for the simple reason that to me, again, he is the best man for the job ..

  5. ana
    December 19, 2009 at 9:55 pm

    Go Bro. Eddie!

  6. O_O
    December 20, 2009 at 1:19 am

    >>Gordon have lots of court cases involving land property and scandals.

    Easy to say, hard to prove. Mudslinging yet again.

    >>DESTINY NA YAN

    This was said last 2004 and came crashing.

    >>we are for the righteous leader

    Just because he is connected to JIL? And everyone else is corrupt? Talk about a closed mindset that doesn’t see the real picture.

    Gordon is the definite winner. We need real action, not promises. This guy has delivered a thousand times, and is PROVEN. P-R-O-V-E-N. Tried and tested.

    • Lance
      December 22, 2009 at 8:33 pm

      like i said man ur mindset is vote dick cause every other thinking is negative. .

      • O_O
        December 23, 2009 at 2:59 am

        And add the fact faith alone won’t help bring the country back to its feet. It’s the universal truth. Moreover, the weight of proof and evidence far outweighs faith and promises. Mas matimbang ang patunay na may kakayahan ang tao.

        • Estipona ng Davao
          December 24, 2009 at 3:01 pm

          Then, you believe that you can trust gordon’s success, achievements,strenght,wisdom and experience.you have faith in him as what you have saying. Then also you rejected the faith of one blogger on God.That blogger have faith on God who experienced God’s blessings,protection and changes in their lives.Now it is your faith in gordon comparing to blogger’s faith in God.Now,which is better?

          • O_O
            December 24, 2009 at 8:37 pm

            Gordon, because he proves what he says, time and again. Talk is cheap. Stop associating Eddie Villanueva with God. Your “pangongonsensya” won’t rub into me.

            • jundp
              January 19, 2010 at 4:24 am

              reasoning, O_O, reasoning .. not “pangongonsensya” ..

          • December 28, 2009 at 6:11 am

            this is really unfair that you test one’s faith in God over one’s conviction for a candidate. remember the teachings….

    • Carpediemgeorge
      December 28, 2009 at 5:12 pm

      Eto ba ang makadiyos! Huwag gamitin ang Diyos para manira ng ibang tao–sport lang! Hindi ako masyadong relihiyoso, pero mas gusto ko pang makita ang makatao kesa maka-Diyos! Maipapakita lang natin ang pagmamahal sa Diyos sa pamamagitan ng pagmamahal at pagtulong sa tao. More than 40 years of selfless service for the people through Red Cross! Deeds are my standard in choosing the best Makadiyos na presidential bet than Pure talks and preaching! Go Gordon!

      • jundp
        January 19, 2010 at 4:31 am

        sensya na Carpediemg, sa ilang mga bloggers ni brother eddie na hindi na nakapag iingat sa mga binibitiwang mga salita .. pero karamihan ay ayos lang naman ang comments diba? .. karamihan naman sa amin totoo ang mga pinagsasabi .. tutal, ang Dios naman ang naglalagay ng pinuno base sa ugali ng majority ng isang pamayanan .. so, whatever the purpose of God is for the Philippines, may the best man win .. sa akin, dadalawa lang talaga ang uubra, either brother eddie o dick gordon .. pero ang first pick ko ay si brother eddie ..

  7. Zai
    December 20, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    >>Gordon is the definite winner. We need real action, not promises. This guy has delivered a thousand times, and is PROVEN. P-R-O-V-E-N. Tried and tested.

    Exactly, I’m tired of promises made by politicians who are only good with WORDS but not in DEEDS. You hear them talk as if they can make our country into some Nirvana but in the end it all comes to nothing but mere words. Our country needs MEN OF ACTION, and based on facts Gordon is that MAN.

  8. merlonwashere
    December 20, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    hahaha.. kulang sa pagka-bias ang mga descriptions ah. :))

    • December 22, 2009 at 10:01 am

      korek

      • Lance
        December 22, 2009 at 8:34 pm

        bias pre. . ala nakalagay ka eddie dinescribe lng ..

  9. Vhinz
    December 20, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    ganito un, medyo i know villanueva personally,
    parang mas mahal pa nga ni bro eddie ang bayan kesa sa asawa niya.

    6 days after ikasal si bro. eddie, may humihingi ng tulong sa kanya regarding sa maling pasahod sa kompanya, halos hindi na umuuwi si bro eddie nun dahil sa ang daming humihingi ng tulong para sa pagbabago.

    etc., etc.

  10. O_O
    December 21, 2009 at 12:17 am

    And what happened?

    With how Gordon runs his machinery, that kind of scenarios would be very rare, if not totally absent in the first place.

  11. aji
    December 21, 2009 at 5:43 pm

    To the transformers: There is no real transformation unless your heart receives the Lord Jesus Christ. Transformation only happens when the lower, human life (bios) is subject and subdued by the higher, divine life (zoe) and this can only happen when the Lord Jesus Christ is invited into your heart. It is not a matter of coming up with a more attractive and more colorful caterpillar but a matter of that ugly caterpillar becoming a magnificent butterfly. The lower life being turned into a higher life. As Paul said, “It is not I, but Christ” (Galatians 2:20). Does Bayani and Dick define transformation this way? Because if they do not then our God does and He wrote it in His Word. Search the Scriptures and you will know….

    • O_O
      December 22, 2009 at 12:11 am

      Aaaaannnndddd… how do you explain that to those who doesn’t share your faith in the first place? Wala na sila? Condemned na sila no questions asked?

      That argument is rubbish.

      Transformation comes from within and comes from motivation. Not even religion can do this UNLESS the person himself initiates it within. This is why we have free will.

      Gordon and Bayani does this by providing an environment conducive to transformation. Faith applied in a situation unsuitable for transformation either doesn’t work or backfires. Moreso when you shove religion into people’s faces, which was what the Roman Catholics’ greatest error from before. (They’ve been correcting this eversince.)

      • jundp
        January 19, 2010 at 4:40 am

        i am with you on this O_O, that we should not use religion in searching for the best man for the job but that we should weigh each and every candidate, seeking the man with the best character to lead this nation of ours to prosperity and not for self gratification ..

    • December 22, 2009 at 10:27 am

      you should other people’s religious beliefs to themselves.

  12. azenith razon
    December 21, 2009 at 7:37 pm

    Si Bro Eddie maski hindi nanungkulan sa gobyerno ay tumutulong na sa mahirap even in his student days. Hindi kagaya ni Gordon na nasa public office , he had all the government facilities at his command , pati photo ops when helping people kitang kita agad sa media. Nandoon kaagad sa diyaryo ang picture ..meron good media mileage kaagad .
    Bro Eddie doesnt work that way. Hindi kailangan malaman nang kanang kamay ang tulong na ginawa ng kaliwang kamay…. iyon ang nasusulat sa Bibliya.

    • O_O
      December 22, 2009 at 12:17 am

      Whoa there.

      >>Hindi kagaya ni Gordon na nasa public office , he had all the government facilities at his command , pati photo ops when helping people kitang kita agad sa media.

      Kindly take your head off your butt, because this is simply untrue. He shuns the media when he does his job of helping people. Even the so-called photop of red cross waiting for him is a big miscommunication. Goes to show how much you know Gordon– not much. It’s easy to get to know him, especially with the interview conducted to him very recently.

      >>Si Bro Eddie maski hindi nanungkulan sa gobyerno ay tumutulong na sa mahirap even in his student days.

      47 years of Red Cross volunteerism of Gordon. > helping the poor since student days by Eddie Villanueva.

      • azenith razon
        December 22, 2009 at 10:11 pm

        ..hold your horses….

        “take your head off your butt?????” wow..grabe ka naman. walang ganyanan. cool ka lang di kailangang kumulo ang dugo mo.

        Ask ko lang ..where were you all these years? Nanonood ka ba ng TV, Nagbabasa ka ba ng diaryo? Di mo ba nakikita o nababasa na everytime may mga disasters starring kaagad si Gordon?…tsk..tsk ..

        Si Bro Eddie has been helping the oppressed even in his college years…Nakulong pa yan twice during Marcos time…kasi di niya matiis ang mga taong mangagawa na inaapi, mga taong pinapatay na walang kalaban laban.

        Yan si Bro Eddie. Sana…makilala mo rin siya at makausap so that you will know that he has the competence, courage, character and compassion to be a true leader of this country.

        Peace be with you….Have a blessed Christmas

        • O_O
          December 22, 2009 at 11:55 pm

          >>Ask ko lang ..where were you all these years? Nanonood ka ba ng TV, Nagbabasa ka ba ng diaryo? Di mo ba nakikita o nababasa na everytime may mga disasters starring kaagad si Gordon?

          And why does that matter? It’s his job! You wanted him to be elsewhere? Work comes first, media exposure is secondary. You ignored a point where he supposedly “delayed donation giving in order to wait for Gordon”. Gordon got mad at the red cross neophyte who assumed and told the press that.

          In this field, exposure or hiya is irrelevant to governance. If he does his job even though he gets media milage, good! What matters is someone who does his job well.

          >>Si Bro Eddie has been helping the oppressed even in his college years…Nakulong pa yan twice during Marcos time…kasi di niya matiis ang mga taong mangagawa na inaapi, mga taong pinapatay na walang kalaban laban.

          Gordon’s been in the red cross and raised a city from shambles, saved tourism, running it right, making it prosper. He also inspires volunteerism and raises morale of his constituents so that they become productive.

          Eddie did good, but Gordon did so much more.

    • December 22, 2009 at 10:25 am

      not working that way has put villanueva at a very big disadvantage – people do not know him.

      • azenith razon
        December 22, 2009 at 10:20 pm

        I dont think so.

        Hindi naman siya kasi traditional politician….na laging nagpapa photo ops at every opportunity. Kung tutulong ka tumulong ka..no need to herald it to the world.

        In 2004, he had only 4 months to campaign pero ngayon mas mahaba haba ang time . Bangon Pilipinas Party is educating the people who Bro Eddie is and they are succeeding..

        Have a blessed Christmas…

        • O_O
          December 23, 2009 at 3:51 am

          It’s not going to be any different, as Eddie is also a bottom dweller as per the poll surveys. And someone here claimed he had legions behind him, I wonder where they are?

          • December 23, 2009 at 2:35 pm

            if it is true that has legions behind him and let’s assume they have been working hard for him, with villanueva’s low ratings, it means they have not done their job well on convincing voters.

  13. Sonny
    December 21, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    Sorry mga pare! Kahit ano ang sabihin natin me pruweba si gordon at bayani. Kaya kung talagang transformation ang gusto ni bro eddie mag senator muna sya sa ticket ni gordon at bayani.sigurado makikinabang ang bayan mananalo tayong lahat magsamasama muna lahat ang matitino at ng matuwa ang panginoon. From bro sonny.

  14. O_O
    December 22, 2009 at 12:19 am

    Moreover, Political Governance != Religious Governance. They are two different environments that requires drastically different approaches. AND we also have the separation of church and state.

    • December 22, 2009 at 10:24 am

      they also require very different skill sets.

      more importantly mixing them together is a very dangerous thing to do. one blinds the other.

      • O_O
        December 23, 2009 at 12:17 am

        Mukhang may natamaan. Look at the thumbs down rating.

    • Lance
      December 22, 2009 at 11:04 pm

      u definitely dont know what ur saying .. check the present constitution.. it clearly states .. that the separation of chruch and states implies that the funds of the government will not be used in the church neither the funds of the church be used to finance governmental works … it didnt say people in the church cannot run to public office cause if it did .. the only guys who can run to public office are those who dont go to church .. whats with people and prohibiting good people to become presidents?? are they afraid that people who serve in church would do great in the government?? well if u dont believe me read it in section 6 of the 1987 constitution .. it says that separation of church and state would be inviolable .. if u read further u will see this .. “No public money or property shall be appropriated, applied, paid, or employed, directly or indirectly, for the use, benefit, or support of any sect, church, denomination, sectarian institution, or system of religion, or of any priest, preacher, minister, other religious teacher, or dignitary as such, except when such priest, preacher, minister, or dignitary is assigned to the armed forces, or to any penal institution, or government orphanage or leprosarium.

      • O_O
        December 23, 2009 at 2:49 am

        >>are they afraid that people who serve in church would do great in the government??

        Where the heck did you get this conclusion?

        We are talking about the kind of governance, not money usage! Always jumping to your guns, are we?

    • azenith razon
      December 23, 2009 at 10:42 pm

      The late US Pres. Washington said…. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO GOVERN THE WORLD OR NATIONS WITHOUT GOD AND HIS WORD…

      Look, even the Preamble of American and Philippine constitution state ” implore the aid of the Almighty God”

      Please research more on how this separation of church and state came about…then you will be enlightened….

      • O_O
        December 24, 2009 at 8:41 pm

        So? The matter here is NOT who is mandated with Divine blessings. It is WHO… may I emphasize, WHO has the proper and fitting credentials to lead the country. Governance, not religion, is the name of the game. Man still has to act despite Divine aid, and those who do well and has shown without doubt that they can do well are the ones that we need.

        • jundp
          January 19, 2010 at 4:54 am

          man, with the leading of the Almighty, would do better in governing .. both eddie and dick have good track records .. this is the reason why i am leaning towards brother eddie ..

      • December 28, 2009 at 6:26 am

        true, but we need a better leader, a man of action, political will. I have noting against Bro. Eddie, but I think there are better options for a President.

        • chona
          December 28, 2009 at 6:24 pm

          if we are looking for a better leader, why don’t we try Eddie Villanueva. He has the political will, a man of action, and a principled man. He is the best option for president! Don’t close your mind or be open minded.

          • O_O
            December 28, 2009 at 10:05 pm

            Whoa whoa wait. That’s what Gordon and BF are made of! Don’t go stealing thunders. And even then, Gordon and BF has far more outstanding proof that they have what it takes and that people will not be risking their votes to them. Because they are tried and tested!

  15. Yuki
    December 22, 2009 at 7:06 am

    When it comes to integrity I can’t that one has more than the other. Both of them are good leaders but one has experience over the other. Let’s stop the mudslinging with some poster saying that one candidate has court cases etc. Both of them are good but one of them has more experience. That’s why I’m voting for Gordon this coming elections.

  16. December 22, 2009 at 12:00 pm

    Hindi naman kailangan na isa kang lider o aktibong member ng isang religious groups, para ka maging isang taong may pananalig at takot sa Panginoon. Gusto ko si Bro. Eddie sa kabusilakan ng kanyang intensiyon para maging Pangulo ng Pilipinas. Pero, ang nakikita ko sa Tambalan Gordon-Fernando ay ang kakayahan nilang i-transform ang ekonimiya ng Pilipinas sa ibang level, napatunayan na nila ito sa kani-kanilang lugar at maging sa kanilang pamumuno sa MMDA, Red cross at SBMA, malinis ang record nila rito, kung mayroon man sinasampang kaso ay wala naman napatunayan(inggit lang at dahil napakagaling nila mangasiwa). Sa tingin ko kailangan natin ang maunlad na bansa(dagdag trabaho), para mas malayo sa mga masasamang gawain ang mamamayan nito at ang tungo nito ay mas marami pang tao ang mapapalapit sa ating Maykapal. Peace be with us.

    • Kay BRO. Ako
      December 22, 2009 at 3:29 pm

      Parang si GMA na sabi ay magaling na economist. Ramdam na ramdam nga natin ang pagiging magaling na ‘economist’ nya dahil marami ngayon ang naghihirap. Sina Gordon at Bayani ay naglingkod kay GMA. What will you expect from them? Another 6 years of ramdam na ramdam na paghihirap 😦

      Kaya kay BRO. na tayo para sa Tunay na Pagbabago!

      • O_O
        December 22, 2009 at 11:58 pm

        >>What will you expect from them? Another 6 years of ramdam na ramdam na paghihirap

        Stop assuming that everyone that serves under GMA turns into corruption.

        Gordon and BF were already excellent leaders in their fields long before they served in GMA’s cabinet.

      • Champ
        December 23, 2009 at 12:20 am

        U have to add Dick Gordon worked with Marcos, Cory, Ramos, Estrada, the latter rejected his services in SBMA. Gordon is not economist. He is a lawyer, whose track records and leadership is better than any good economist in the country. Looked how he transformed the SBMA from the garbage of Pinatubo to 250,000 more jobs around it. Maybe, u have a friend or relative who benefited from the worked he has done in Subic. As the statement above he is a leader who can worked with anyone regardless of party affiliations and beliefs, that’s the character of a true leader whose visions are for the betterment of the lives of the Filipinos. How about his dedication to Red Cross of 47 yrs, There is no comparison between GMA and Gordon. U Don’t like him, because you like Eddie that’s fine he’s a good leader too. But be fair and real about the character of Dick and what he is capable of turning this country, sa ibang level ng ekonimiya.

        • O_O
          December 23, 2009 at 2:55 am

          Because the evidence of their potency for governance is in 2 cities, 2 departments, and an international organization.

    • jundp
      January 19, 2010 at 5:17 am

      ganuon din naman ang adhikain ni brother eddie .. pansinin mo ang plataporma ni brother eddie sa link na ito http://eddie-villanueva.politicalarena.com/eddie-villanueva/blogs/believe-in-the-filipino-believe-in-the-future-of-the-philippines ..

      • January 19, 2010 at 8:41 am

        this is the weakness of the villanueva campaign – villanueva is saying the same things as the other presidentiables, nothing really new. that is how he will lose as the other presidentiables are much more known and popular than villanueva. most of the other presidentiables are elected senators or those who have had a government position. between two candidates who are saying the same things, voters will naturally gravitate and prefer the known presidentiables rather than the lesser known villanueva.

  17. private
    December 22, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    wake up ppl looks who’s the supporter of noynoy! these are the immoral ppl, business ppl, elitist, showbiz ppl.

    vote wisely ppl dont pool by this fun & profit survey results shame to these survey companies of manipulating the minds of the filipino ppl!

    • Lance
      December 22, 2009 at 11:05 pm

      opo .. did a background check sa kanya ,, daming nagdictate for him to run .. para mapunta ulet sa cojuangc ang meralco .. its still for money. .

      • O_O
        December 23, 2009 at 12:00 am

        And noynoy is what we call a greenhorn in governance. May gatas pa sa labi ika nga.

  18. private
    December 22, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    I believe to Mr. Eddie Villanueva

  19. Kay BRO. Ako
    December 22, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    Panahon na para mamuno at maglingkod ang mga katulad nina Bro. Eddie at Perfecto Yasay para sa ating Bayang Pilipinas.

    Manalo man o matalo sa mga surveys at iba pa…

    Kay BRO Ako!

    Para sa Pagbabago ng Bayan Ko!

    Villanueva – Yasay ‘2010 – ‘2016

  20. December 22, 2009 at 4:58 pm

    no matter what other people said who are trying to put bro.Eddie down still many Filipinos are for bro.Eddie…no matter how other people criticize bro.Eddie, still we are going to fight for him in all that we can do most esp in prayer..we are assured for God is our backer…

    Go bro. Eddie…Go! God bless.

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 12:08 am

      Haha. I guess we can all say SWS and all those other surveys are liars or aren’t accurate hmm? But you need more than faith and trust to get people convinced.

      • janet
        February 18, 2010 at 4:01 pm

        We don’t believe in numbers but we will see the real thing when the election starts. Go BRO. EDDIE, you are the best of all Presidentiables to lead our suffering nation. God bless you richly. We are with you here abroad.

  21. Lance
    December 22, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    we respect gordon and what he did .. but id be voting villanueva .. its based on preference. .

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 12:02 am

      Regardless, make sure to think wisely, because in the end, we deserve the leaders we elect.

      As for me, I’m not going to abide by the idea of another 6 years of the country as a banana republic.

      • Lance
        December 24, 2009 at 12:57 am

        yeah .. and for me ive chosen my side .. like you said i wont wait 6 years to find out if my vote was right or not .. at least id know he’ll shake the country for the better if he wins ..

  22. Rommel
    December 23, 2009 at 7:08 am

    Richard Gordon for President

    we need a leader that has vision. someone who will bring us to a place we’ve never been. his leadership is something that the filipinos have never seen before. he is someone who is motivated by passion and love for his country and countrymen. this should be the main basis in making a decision on voting a president. not the popularity, not the family name, not by how rich they are. but by proven achievements and solid track record. filipinos are generally intelligent folks. im proud i am filipino! filipinos should see that he is the most qualified to be the next president who will transform our beloved country to a great and powerful nation that we used to be a long time ago. Pilipinas, magtulong tulong tayo. Mag-isip ng mabuti. maging matalino… Minsan lang darating ang pagkakataon na may taong katulad ni Gordon ang tatakbo na presidente. wag natin sanang pakawalan ang pagkakataon na to na inihahandog sa atin ng Panginoon at ng tadhana. Mabuhay ang Pilipinas, Mabuhay ang Pilipino, Mabuhay si Gordon at Bayani!

  23. Remariaz Mark D.Casero
    December 23, 2009 at 11:07 am

    To all the people in this blog,
    What about if, instead of continuing to be defensive of our own candidate, why don’t we help each other to find a way to see who these candidates really are in their daily practical living infront and behind cameras? How I wish I could see these people personally in their homes and with their friends and lifestyles they have daily.I believe with it then, we can really see who is credible.
    I am more concern on the lifestyle of these candidates infront and behind people.Most of them I see is a good media player. I hate hipocricy of the traditional politicians.
    I will vote for Eddie.

    • December 28, 2009 at 6:37 am

      bakit kailangan mo pang i-research ang lifestyle background ng mga ibang kandidato eh nakapili k n pala? para ipamukha sa kanila na tama ang napili mo? akala ko magd-decide k p lang. O intensyon mo b na makatulong sa iba para makapili din sila ng maayos? eh di dapat hindi mo muna sinabi kung kanino ka kasi naging biased na agad ang tema. maganda sana ang intensyon mo, kaya lng ay pinangunahan mo na sa paglalahad ng iyong panig. “leading” ika nga. kung pagiging fair din lng, sana fair ka na rin nag-umpisa.

  24. Libby Loiz
    December 23, 2009 at 11:39 am

    HUWAG IBOTO ANG HINDI NAGLAKAS LOOB NA MAGPATALSIK NG ISANG REHIMEN NA NAGPAPAHIRAP SA BAYAN. What have they done? Where is the conscience? Where is the patriotism? Puro lang ningas-kugon, senate hearing, congress hearing, BAYAN MUNA BAGO SARILING KAPAKANAN.. Kung sino ang nakaupo, doon sila.. Kasi takot mawalan ng pondo at takot din masira ang relasyon sa palasyo. Yung iba naman, walang pakialam basta huwag lang madamay ang kanilang business empire.

    Kulang na nga, mali pa ang Info about Bro dito.. Hindi siya protestant minister, his presidency DOESN’T ONLY count on the support of JIL members. PLEASE go to http://www.broeddie.ph

    Bro Eddie has never been in any government position. Pero lagi siyang misunderstood kapag nagsasalita siya para sa kapakanan ng bayan, DAHIL PANG RELIHIYON LANG DAW. Remember.. that God governs in the affairs of men.

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 3:51 pm

      >>HUWAG IBOTO ANG HINDI NAGLAKAS LOOB NA MAGPATALSIK NG ISANG REHIMEN NA NAGPAPAHIRAP SA BAYAN.

      And shoot the collective country’s foot in the process? No thanks. Edsa 2 and the bastardized 3 is an example of the country being a banana republic.

  25. Libby Loiz
    December 23, 2009 at 11:48 am

    Bro Eddie may not have billions of pesos to support his candidacy, he may not have rich businessmen to finance him and make him appear number 1 on surveys, he may not have warlords to cover him…BUT Bro Eddie has countless intercessors to support God’s agenda for this country.
    Sabe ni John Quincy Adams “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”

    • December 23, 2009 at 2:31 pm

      villanueva’s very poor showing in the polls mean very few people know about him. in areas where he is well known, it means he has been unable to convince the voters in that area to select him. he needs to do both – get himself known to people and persuade those who know him to select him.

      he needs to talk 7Es much more often and quit talking about the cheating in the last election and no talk on religion.

  26. Libby Loiz
    December 23, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    Wala nga si Bro Eddie sa public office even before, yes, pero ang proof sa mabuti niyang pamumuno ay ang JIL CHURCH NATIONWIDE na nagsimula lang sa 15 estudyante at ngayon ay JIL CHURCH WORLDWIDE IN 44 COUNTRIES.
    Nariyan din ang ICARE COMPASSION MINISTRIES FOUNDATION (headed by his wife) na tahimik, without press release, na tumutulong sa ating kapwa gaya ng Correctional (may botante ba dun), sa Home for the aged at Home for the abandoned children (Bumoboto ba ang mga yun) Ito lang ang N.G.O sa Pilipinas na walang Foreign Partners, at sorry to say, kahit nga ang red cross dito ay meron din foreign partners.. At hindi tuwing may kalamidad lang, kasi meron din proyekto yearly para sa edukasyon, kalusugan, at pangkabuhayan… WALA SIYA SA GOVERNMENT POSITION HA.

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 3:45 pm

      And public office matters. Experience matters. Iba ang pagpapatakbo ng religious affairs from public office. It’s the wrong caliber, and sends a really mixed message.

      Publicity stunts is irrelevant to someone who does his job well with no forms of mischief.

  27. Libby Loiz
    December 23, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    Surveys are not votes, whether they admit it or not, surveys are done to condition the minds of the public. How can Bro Eddie rate in the surveys when his name is NEVER INCLUDED in the list.. Naranasan ko po ito sa palengke, first week of December 2009, Imagine wala ang pangalan niya sa mga pagpipilian?
    VOTERS, are you not aware of the PROCESS OF ELIMINATION? Here’s how:
    In 2004, Lima (5) sila naglaban (gloria, fpj, lacson, roco, bro eddie). Roco was indisposed before the election and died. FPJ died a year after the election. Lacson, opted not to run anymore (reason: your guess is as good as mine), and Gloria, we all know, won the presidency but thanks to Garci and Ampatuans, and She is the only president with impeachment proceedings year after year. THE LAST MAN WHO REMAINED STANDING AND WHO’S BENT TO OFFER HIS SERVICES, not only according to his faith but also to RIGHTEOUS GOVERNANCE is BRO EDDIE V.
    Since 2004, He was meant to be!

    • December 23, 2009 at 2:29 pm

      this is incorrect – villanueva’s name is included in the list in the surveys. the fact that he gets a 1% to 2% in the polls says his name is part of the poll.

      • janet
        February 18, 2010 at 4:18 pm

        Our families and friends experience thesame that the name of Bro. Eddie is not included during surveys, So who would believe in the surveys? Only those whom they can try to manipulate… People nowadays are waking up, not hiding behind,or closing their eyes and just vote to those who are leading daw…? People hungers for righteousness, even people of different religion, atheists, muslims and etc. I believe every Pilipino who loves this nation and the people of the Philippines will vote a righteous leader who truly love this nation and the people, not for political gain or any other selfish motives behind. That is why I AM DEFINITELY FOR BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA, WHO AMONG THE OTHER CANDIDATES HAS THE CAPABILITY TO LEAD THIS NATION BECAUSE GOD IS WITH HIM. GOD BLESS YOU BRO. EDDIE AND GOD BLESS THE PHILIPPINES.

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 3:46 pm

      >>HE LAST MAN WHO REMAINED STANDING AND WHO’S BENT TO OFFER HIS SERVICES, not only according to his faith but also to RIGHTEOUS GOVERNANCE is BRO EDDIE V.

      Clearly not someone who did homework on the other candidates.

      • Lance
        December 24, 2009 at 12:53 am

        lol incorrect .. yah well its true .. surveys arent correct .. who would vote for erap ?? u??? and hes even 3rd .. crazy surveys .. and u who ever you are .. stop critizicing posts .. cause ur post irritates me ..

        • O_O
          December 24, 2009 at 10:25 am

          >>stop critizicing posts .. cause ur post irritates me ..

          Live with it.

  28. Libby Loiz
    December 23, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    HUWAG IBOTO ANG HINDI NAGLAKAS LOOB NA MAGPATALSIK NG ISANG REHIMEN NA NAGPAPAHIRAP SA BAYAN. What have they done? Where is the conscience? Where is the patriotism? Puro lang ningas-kugon, senate hearing, congress hearing, Kung sino ang nakaupo, doon sila.. Kasi takot mawalan ng pondo.
    Kulang na nga, mali pa ang Info about Bro dito.. Hindi siya protestant minister, his presidency DOESN’T ONLY count on the support of JIL members. PLEASE go to http://www.broeddie.ph
    Bro Eddie has never been in any government position. Pero lagi siyang misunderstood kapag nagsasalita siya para sa kapakanan ng bayan, DAHIL PANG RELIHIYON LANG DAW. Remember.. that God governs in the affairs of men.

    • December 23, 2009 at 2:15 pm

      as i have said previously, talking religion in an election is not a good thing. it is very polarizing – some like it but most do not like it. it will NOT help villanueva if he keeps talking about religion, he needs to talk of the 7Es instead. and so should villanueva’s followers who post in this blog. talk religion and you will be unable to persuade most who read your posts, they are a turn off.

  29. December 23, 2009 at 4:51 pm

    Wawam, your action please is needed to this blogger whose inputs violates the policy of this blog.

    I wonder why this comments of excessive profanity and insults to bloggers that are contradicted to the policy you set up are allowed on this blog. See below quoted reaction from this user using the following nick.

    TANGINA NYO MGA BALIW (user’s nick)

    2009-12-14 08:55:34 ET
    PUTANGINA PURO KAYO BRO. EDDIE MGA GAGO!

    – – – – – – – – –
    POLICY:
    Comments & Reactions

    “We invite and encourage everyone to give their comments or reactions to posts and comments in this blog. We will not allow comments and reactions that are derogatory or insulting to posters in this blog. excessive profanity will also not be allowed. We like to hear what you think of the topic being discussed, not on the people who post here.” – wawam

    • December 23, 2009 at 10:25 pm

      i am unable to find the post you are referring to. can you please give me the link so that i can remove it and ban the author from posting here? thanks.

      • Hec
        December 24, 2009 at 3:09 pm

        wawam :i am unable to find the post you are referring to. can you please give me the link so that i can remove it and ban the author from posting here? thanks.

        Wawam, here is the link
        http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/2328281/?view=results

        OR

        manually locate the poll then select ‘view results’, then press ‘view comments’. It will bring you to a new window and will direct you to the site.

        TANGINA NYO MGA BALIW

        2009-12-14 08:55:34 ET
        PUTANGINA PURO KAYO BRO. EDDIE MGA GAGO!

        http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/2328281/?view=results

        • December 24, 2009 at 4:50 pm

          okay, i saw it – it’s in the comments section of the poll. unfortunately, i am unable to moderate comments in the poll. i am only able to moderate in the main blog.

          will see what i can do, will need a little more time. thanks for letting me know.

      • Mr. Lomibao
        December 24, 2009 at 4:43 pm

        Since this Forum is moderated, I was also surprised why this kind of insults or bad words which is obviously against the rules gets in through validation or manual approval by the moderator.

        • December 24, 2009 at 5:09 pm

          only comments made in this blog are moderated, comments in the poll are not moderated. the software does not provide any facility to moderate comments in the poll.

  30. Kenny
    December 23, 2009 at 11:11 pm

    Yes, magaling si Gordon and all.. pero i believe hindi lang galing ang kailangan ng bansang ito para tayo tuluyang magbago.. 🙂 i still go for bro. eddie!

    • O_O
      December 23, 2009 at 11:20 pm

      But unfortunately, Eddie hasn’t proven he has what it takes to outdo Gordon and anyone else. You can go on forever how much people like Eddie, but the weight of proof is undeniable.

  31. mabel decena
    December 24, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    there is no comparison, gordon beats villanueva on all fronts. villanueva has nothing to contribute to this country. gordon has achieved so much already. obvious naman ang choice dito – si gordon.

    • pinoyteki
      December 24, 2009 at 4:32 pm

      GORDON IS A DICTATOR! REMEMBER ERAP EXPELLED DICK GORDON BCOZ OF ANOMALY IN SUBIC DURING HIS TERM.

      • O_O
        December 24, 2009 at 8:30 pm

        Wrong! Erap expelled Gordon because he slapped the book on Erap when he smoked!

      • Champ
        December 25, 2009 at 2:59 am

        Erap who? The king of corruption. Tinanggal niya, para sila ng bata nila ang mangurap. Kung di niya tinanggal si Gordon, malamang di siya napatalsik, ‘yon ang simula ng kanyang downfall, isa sanang magaling na magsisilbi sa gobyerno niya ang tinanggal pa niya. I still believed if it didn’t happened to Gordon, SBMA is doubled compare to now.

      • Rommel
        December 30, 2009 at 11:25 pm

        taga olongapo ako. ang totoong nangyari noon. bumisita si erap sa sbma. may pasigarilyo sigarilyo pa sya. nung tapos na sya magyosi, basta basta pinitik ang yosi sa daan. nakita yun ni gordon, at dali dali nyang pinulot ang yosi at tinapon sa tamang basuarahan. may mga media na nakatingin, kaya parang napahiya si erap. Nilinis ni Gordon at mga taga-Olongapo ang subic tapos sya pupunta dun bilang national politician para lang magkalat. Bawal ang ganun sa Olongapo kahit sino ka pa

  32. mabel decena
    December 24, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    richard gordon has proven his worth and his brilliance in olangapo and subic. since then he has been an admirable senator. villanueva has nothing to show, i can’t see how villanueva can even compare with gordon. gordon is the most obvious choice here. villanueva is all words, gordon is all action and achievements.

    • jundp
      January 19, 2010 at 4:07 am

      your opinion is baseless, mabel, because it is obvious that you did not do a research on who brother eddie is .. sa madaling salita, biased ang opinion mo .. bilib din ako kay dick gordon pero my conscience tells me that brother is better .. kaya nga sabi ko sa ibang blog, may the best man win ..

      • jundp
        January 19, 2010 at 4:10 am

        jundp :
        your opinion is baseless, mabel, because it is obvious that you did not do a research on who brother eddie is .. sa madaling salita, biased ang opinion mo .. bilib din ako kay dick gordon pero my conscience tells me that brother is better .. kaya nga sabi ko sa ibang blog, may the best man win ..

        correction: brother eddie is better ..

  33. Mark D.Casero
    December 25, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    My Fellow Voters,
    I do believe that all of these candidates are good and brilliant,and they even have all sincere desire to serve, they are all qualified as far as skills and ability is concern.But, what I am trying to see and desire to know on these candidates is their self-control and self-discipline.Being in the highest position of the land is a very tempting position.The question is,HINDI KAYA SILA MASISILAW AT MATUKSO SA YAMAN NG KAPANGYARIHAN NA IBIBIGAY NG SAMBAYANAN SA KANILA? Silang lahat alam ko magaling, pero sino kaya sa kanila ang may kakayanang tumanggi ng mga tinatawag na secret deals or under the tables business?Hindi kaya sila masilaw sa yaman kapag nasa position na? Kaya po ito ang dahilan kung bakit kinakailangan natin ang taong may tunay na takot sa Diyos at may control sa sarili dahil ang ganung klaseng tao po lamang ang alam kong maykakayanang magkaroon ng malinis na panggobyerno..Lahat ng mga nakaraang namumuno sa atin sa pasimula ay may mga tunay na layunin sa malinis na paglilingkud, kaya lang po pagdating ng bugso ng tukso sa pera? Halus lahat sila ay nalunud.
    Kaya po ang dapat na mapili natin ay yung candidatong may totoong pagkatakot sa Diyos, yung may paggalang sa sarili na hinding hindi niya ibibinta ang kanyang kaluluwa.
    With these then, I like what Bro.Eddie said,”This world is too poor to buy my conviction.” If this is true,then beyond the shadow of a doubt….He is the man!

    • O_O
      December 26, 2009 at 4:37 am

      Let’s throw that question right back at you. Did you ever see Richard Gordon or Bayani Fernando get blinded by power and do the bad things, unanimously and proven in court? Did their governance ever falter catastrophically? No?

      >>yung may paggalang sa sarili na hinding hindi niya ibibinta ang kanyang kaluluwa.

      Gordon and BF never sold their souls to what would make them popular, they just did what is right and is good. And consistently for the past 20 years or so. They have their proof written in the cities and departments they headed.

    • O_O
      December 26, 2009 at 4:39 am

      And another…

      >>But, what I am trying to see and desire to know on these candidates is their self-control and self-discipline.Being in the highest position of the land is a very tempting position.

      You don’t know discipline and self control until you’ve seen Richard Gordon and Bayani Fernando. They are the most disciplined of all the candidates, and it shows in the positions they held before. Routines like clockwork, ideas executed well, with the results of advancement.

      The answer was staring at your in the eye.

  34. brilliance
    December 26, 2009 at 5:25 pm

    bro. eddie and gordon are both effective leaders. just follow what God is telling your heart…if He is telling it’s Bro. Eddie, good…likewise, if it’s Gordon, that’s also good. we need to pray and seek God’s will. our beloved Philippines must be uprooted from the bondages of evil and corruption. God bless the Philippines.

  35. O_O
    December 26, 2009 at 6:41 pm

    I know many of you cannot be convinced, but I can assure you of real action and real changes with Dick Gordon and Bayani Fernando. Please think about it well. To see proof of their capabilities, just go to Olongapo, Subic, and Marikina City. And let’s not forget, MMDA.

  36. O_O
    December 27, 2009 at 4:44 am

    Gordon and BF needs your help to spread the word! Join this now!

    http://www.causes.com/GordonBayani2010

  37. libby
    December 28, 2009 at 9:07 am

    PRES EDDIE VILLANUEVA – VICE=PRES PERFECTO YASAY PO TAYO SA 2010

  38. O_O
    December 28, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    Gordon and BF! Peace, order and prosperity!

  39. Rommel
    December 30, 2009 at 11:27 pm

    Nitong mga nakaraang araw, 2 magkasunod na sakuna na may kinalaman sa transportasyong pangtubig ang nangyari (MV Catalyn/FV Nathalia collision at MV Baleno sinking). Isa na naman itong malungkot na karanasan para sa mga kapwa nating Pilipino. Nakikiramay po ako sa mga pamilya ng mga naging biktima ng sakuna.

    Sa mga tatakbong presidente sino sa kanila ang tumulong kaagad sa mga biktima at umaksyon sa problemang kapabayaan ng mga may-ari ng mga ferry-boats? Hindi si Noynoy, Hindi si Gibo, Hindi si Villar… Mabilis ang pagresponde ni Gordon kasama ang mga katulad nyang volunteers ng Philippine National Red Cross. Nanguna sila sa pagbigay ng relief at pagsasagawa ng search and rescue operations sa mga sakay ng mga lumubog na ferries. Sa Senado, mag-isa nyang kinastigo kaagad ang mga tao na responsable sa trahedyang ito. Sa Bicol, nandun din sya para magbigay tulong medical at relief operation sa mga Mayon Volcano evacuees

    Isa na naman itong pagkakataon na nagpapakita kung gaano kalaki ang pagmamalasakit at galing sa pagserbisyo sa publiko ni Gordon. Nasaan ang mga kasama nyang senador? nasaan ang mga katunggali nya sa pagkapresidente? Nandon, nagbabakasyon kasama ang pamilya. Masaya at nasa ligtas na kalagayan. Pero si Gordon, iisipin mo nakasama kaya nya ang pamilya nya para magNoche Buena at magbukas ng regalo noong Pasko? Nauna sa kanya ang paglingkod sa mga nangangailangan. Ang mga kritiko nya, sasabihin, political ploy lang ang lahat ng ito. Doon sila nagkakamali. Ito lang ay maliwanag na pagpapakita ng tapat na pagtupad sa kanyang sinumpaang responsibilidad bilang Chairman ng Philippine National Red Cross. Nanguna sa pagimbestiga ng mga responsable bilang Chairman ng Senate Blue Ribbon Committee. Palagi nyang sinasabi na gampanan mong mabuti ang trabaho mo. Ngayon, pinapakita nya na ginagawa ang kung ano ang sinasabi nya. Isinusulong nya ang Volunteerism. Alam nyo bang sya mismo ay 40 years ng volunteer sa Red Cross. Practice what you preach. Hindi lang puro salita….

    • shano
      February 20, 2010 at 12:42 pm

      Trabaho na yun,sa RED Cross sya..kahit ako nasa red cross gagawain ko mgrescue

      • Bob
        April 30, 2010 at 9:21 am

        Hindi Trabaho ang pagiging miyembro ng Red Cross. It’s Volunteerism.

  40. January 11, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    tao ang votanteng nagllagay sa pangulo ng bansa kaya magpakatalino tyo sa pagpili tignan ntin ang layunin kungbkit gustong manungkulan.bka mga trapo nnman ang maupo o kaya gusto lang magnakaw phjrap nnman kay juan dela cruz

  41. zaldy
    January 13, 2010 at 4:43 am

    “not beholden to any political power, not beholden to any business or economic power. (We are only) beholden to God and the Filipino people” Bro Eddie Villanueva.

    kung walang corruption. babangon agad ang Pilipinas.

  42. January 13, 2010 at 11:19 pm

    Trapo pulitiko katulad ng mag tyuhing gordon jc delos reyes magpinsang gibo at noynoy pls lang sambayanang pinoy magising natayo bumoto tayo ng matino para naman mabagon ang gobyerno natin mag isip isip wagkayong pabola sa mga yan pag nanalo yan pulutin nnman tayo kang-kungan

    • O_O
      January 14, 2010 at 1:27 am

      Gordon? Trapo? Someone who resurrected a town, tourism and a so-so blood bank into progressive and competitive entities are no trapos.

      Gordon is the best choice, and no one comes close.

      • jundp
        January 19, 2010 at 3:58 am

        i agree with you, O_O, in the first paragraph but not in the second ..

    • jundp
      January 19, 2010 at 4:02 am

      i agree with you, vayaran, with regards to aquino and teodoro but not with gordon and delos reyes ..

  43. vayaran
    January 18, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    botante gising ang utang nating sa mga international bank ay $61.41 billion dolar December 2008 gayon pina upo ntin s malanyang matalino lalo lang lumobo utang ntin walang nyari kaya ako boto ko ung tunay na maytakot sa diyos dahil sa samahan sya ng diyos para patakbuhin ang bansa hindikatulad ng ibang kumakandidato nagiginmaka diyos at nagiging makatao pag mayhalalan lang puro plastik gising pinoy maghala ng lider para sa tao

    • O_O
      January 18, 2010 at 11:09 pm

      Vote someone who already been there and done that. And who is that? Richard Gordon. Revamped Olongapo, revived Subic, tourism and the Red Cross.

      You won’t find any other presidentiable like him.

  44. Rommel
    January 19, 2010 at 12:57 am

    im not a family of his or whatsoever but i know this guy personally. i
    will not endorse him for no reason. as a growing young boy in olongapo
    city, i was a witness of his dedication in public service and inspiring
    leadership. many people say he is a really good presidential candidate
    but may not win because he is not as popular as his adversaries. however,
    win or lose, i will stand for my principles and for what i believe is right. 😉

    • janet
      January 19, 2010 at 2:49 pm

      Bro.EDDIE has all the Potential TO BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT 2010 so that our ailing nation will experience the change, all majority of us Filipinos are waiting for– A LONG PERIOD OF TIME. No matter what the costs we will stand and support this principled man, who can fight corruption , stands for truth,justice and righteousness. Let us be UNITED! VOTE FOR THE BEST! BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA FOR PRESIDENT 2010.

  45. Estipona ng Davao
    January 26, 2010 at 6:06 pm

    Whether in the affairs inside the church or inside the government or in business,you are dealing to same human being.If Juan dela Cruz goes inside the church or he goes inside the government office to transact business ,or he goes to school to study or he invest on a sari-sari store ,it doesn’t change what he needs,what he aspire ,what inside his heart and mind,what his hurts and concern.I worked in a company,I worked with hundreds of workers,foremen and supervisors.I learn what his needs and the needs and wants of his family.The worker when he works,he works for his family.When he goes to church or practice his belief,he brings his family praying for what they need,When he ask his pastor or priest to pray and bless him,he ask to pray for his needs and the needs of his family.When he votes in the election,he votes for his needs and his family needs.When he supports a politician , he expects that the politician will return the favor or to do what he expects that will benefits his family for they are part in the community. So, there is no difference or no line of demarcation that separates the life of the life of juan dela cruz.His life inside the church,his life as a worker or businessman or his relation with the politicians or government employees are closely intertwined ,interconnected and interrelated dynamically.

    For example,normally a lot of church members will ask me to pray for them.What are their requests?travelling mercy between house and workplace,personal protection from criminal elements,from accidents along the way,protection for the whole family inside and outside of the house,blessing for their continuing provision,good health so they can do their jobs well and have strenght to sustain his family.He is asking God to bless his secular life.

    As a pastor or priest or government official or community worker ,you are serving these ordinary citizens with same aspirations and dreams whether they are inside the church,government,business or employment. Whatever you had done for them whether as a pastor,priest,government official or private individual is valid.

    As part of the body of Christ,all our programs and all projects for the benefit of each member is and they will experience an abundant life as promised by God.These programs are for the wholistic well being and for the benefit of the whole aspects of their lives.Aspects on his spiritual life and relation with God, financial needs, health, godly relations with his/her family ,friends and to whole community and his life as a good worker or godly businessman.All of these ,Bro.Eddie had accomplished for the JIL and for the community.

    The work as pastor or man of God are more challenging and difficult than the work as a mayor,governor,secrectary or senator.You must live by faith on God. All your move,behavior,dealings,decisions and relations with each member must conform and follow the Word of God.
    As a mayor,you can smoke and drink without affecting your performance as a mayor.
    But as a pastor ,you must live as a godly example to all the church.
    As a mayor,you may have a mistress as long it doesn’t affect your job as a mayor.
    But as a pastor,this an abomination against God and the whole church.
    As a senator,you can assassinate the character of a person in your privilege speech.But as a pastor,you cannot curse or speak slander against any person for it is murder in the Eyes of God.
    As a senator ,you may flirt with your secretary without the knowledge of the chamber.But as a pastor,this is unfaithfulness and spiritual adultery against your wife and God.
    As a chairman,you may pass some small personal expenses as an official expense,But as a pastor ,this is stealing and you sinned to men and God.

    But Bro.Eddie have proven his honesty,godliness and faithfulness to God ,to his wife, family and church and to the country.

  46. O_O
    February 18, 2010 at 8:07 pm

    The weight of proof, in this case, Dick Gordon, far outshines everyone else, even Erap’s.

    He is definitely what the country needs right now.

  47. janet
    February 19, 2010 at 5:01 pm

    BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA will be the next President of the Philippines 2010. Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

  48. Rommel
    February 20, 2010 at 5:23 am

    si Gordon walang alzheimer’s disease. when he took the challenge of being the chairman of sbma. he said that he will develop subic and will convince foreign investors to give jobs for people of zambales, bataan, pampanga and tarlac. Despite the departure of the american military and the eruption of Pinatubo, he fulfilled what he promised. and look at how progressive Olongapo and Subic right now.

    When he was appointed as secretary of the department of tourism. his vision was that tourism means money. during and even after his service, philippines has become a major tourist spot in southeast asia. you should have heard about WOW Philippines.

    He was elected as Chairman of PNRC. Before his service, Red cross was more popular as a mere blood bank. During his service, he modernized the equipments and facilities and now, red cross is more effective in saving lives of people and attending to their needs, even better than the philippine army rescue team…. Lees verder

    Wala akong problema kay Bro. Eddie. I’m a devoted christian as well and I agree that the next president should have a great fear in God. Pero ang iboboto ko yung gumagawa, hindi lang puro salita. Ang iboboto ko at ng mas nakakaraming Pilipino, yung may napatunayan ng resulta, hindi yung iba na puro paggamit ng pera at artista.
    Ang iboboto ko ay yung may experience sa public at humanitarian service . He’s a volunteer in Red Cross for 43 years and has been a mayor, sbma chairman, secretary, pnrc chairman and senator in 33 years altogether.

    Inuulit ko, wala akong problema kay Bro. Eddie, pero sya, si gibo, villar at noynoy ay walang pinanaman kay Gordon pagdating sa credentials, qualifications at proven results dadalin ang laban.

    God bless you my fellow christian. I hope you and our filipino brothers will be enlightened.

  49. janet
    February 20, 2010 at 11:01 am

    We are already enlightened, and we believe by faith that there is nothing impossible with God those who believes in Him.

  50. Tacx
    February 20, 2010 at 1:43 pm

    “Nasa Diyos ang awa, nasa tao ang gawa.” God gave Richard Gordon to show us what we the Filipinos are capable of when we work hard and work together.

  51. janet
    February 20, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    BRO. EDDIE PA RIN KAMI. The Philippines needs a God fearing leader like him who cannot be manipulated by anyone. Talking to experience, he has the passion to fight for his belief especiallly loving God and our country.

  52. March 1, 2010 at 11:33 pm

    kung gusto nating mabago sytema ng pulitika ng ating bayan simple lang mangamahal kung botante wagnating iboto ung mga presedentiable na nag didikit ng kanilang poste sa mga pambublikong lugar sigurorado mga law bayoletor yan at di marunong gumalangsa batas ng atin bansa

  53. O_O
    March 1, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    Gordon is the only logical choice. You know he’s been there, done it, and has a consistent track record.

  54. GORDON
    March 30, 2010 at 5:44 am

    Lam nyo di lang nmn c Bro Eddie ang GOD fearing candidate dito.. Naicp nyo rin b n kasama rin cla Gordon,Gibo.. Di nyo masasabi n wla silang takot sa Diyos. Kya sana wag nyo ihiwalay c Bro Eddie sa ibang kandidato pagdating kay GOD.. I know they all have faith in HIM…

    For me my vote is only for GORDON.. only credible candidate…. VOTE for GORDON

  55. April 22, 2010 at 1:14 am

    Daming comments so hindi ko na binasa… I still need to get a bunch of things done.

    Ako Gordon – for the experience and leadership skills. I believe he’s the kind of person we need, someone who says “We” instead of just “I”.

    Mike

  56. Bob
    April 30, 2010 at 9:19 am

    Kung Talagang Man of God Si Bro Eddie Villanueva Bat di sya nanalo nung last Election? Madali kasing sabihin na aalisin ko ang korapsyon sa Pilipinas pero paano?
    Pero si Gordon ang may napatunayan na.

  57. May 7, 2010 at 10:21 pm

    Dati akong Gibo pero ngaun I’ll go with Gordon

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