gilbert teodoro

gilbert teodoro

  1. byteexl
    December 1, 2009 at 11:25 pm

    best pick

    listen to his straight-forward answers and compare notes, you will see the difference.

    • Arif
      December 7, 2009 at 2:39 am

      Byteexl, hindi lang diyan nasusukat sa pagsagot2x sa mga tanong. I know acquired skill niya yan. Marami ang naging ganyan pero kabaligtaran sa mga ginawa (I did not say that he is among them).

      Marami rin ang matatalino nga pero ‘trapo’ naman at bolero. Don’t judge the book by it’s cover. So, don’t judge politicians according only to what they say. They might sincere but sincerely wrong!

      Try to see the other side of the coin.

      • redmeister
        December 9, 2009 at 9:09 am

        Obviously he wont go after GMA anomalies, so expect GMA to be in the background…Plus the fact na supported yan ni Danding na alam naman natin eversince nakikinabang sa mga kamaganak sa posisyon. Matalino sya, mahusay sumagot, teka ano ba nangyari nung Ondoy? panay presscon? gumising kayo GORDON-BAYANI sa pagbabago…aksyon..performance…o baka kasi isa kayo sa mga panay reklamo at takot sa disiplina.

        • alvin
          May 2, 2010 at 11:30 am

          yes true.. but have the other presidential candidates done something about it? bayani himself admitted that he had shortcomings during the ondoy disaster because he was unprepared.

        • fe almeda
          May 10, 2010 at 2:01 pm

          you know what, you’re so stupid, first, he knows how to handle legals matters and he don’t just brag about it. and because you are so fickle minded, didn’t you know that Danding was disappointed on G1bo for leaving them, G1bo does not want utang na loob and Danding did not make him, he is just good and Danding wants to use him the reason why broke away. 2nd, the natural disaster does not choose who are the officials on ndcc, and if you are not stupid, he is only head of the coordinating committee, he has done his job… who were unprepared were the officials of the municipalities, but g1bo never pointed his finger to any mayors for not being prepared for that disaster. if only rubber boats you’re talking about, it was also the fault of the mayors, from march 2009, they are already available for ordering because bidding already finished at the end of the year 2008. Only because they could not overprized them in short corruption is not possible, mayors did not order those, so municipalities do not have rubberboats, mayors should have pogi points for saving their stranded constitutents. and because you talk too much on issues you did not reasearched, that made you a lot more stupid idiot. G1bo never blamed any local officials for that, why don’t you blame the mayors for every municipalities washed out by Ondoy.

      • jayr
        January 14, 2010 at 10:00 pm

        Don’t judge the book by it’s cover? then don’t judge na trapo at bolero siya! inaappropriate pa ang quote mo, this quote is physical judgement. Remember, the important purpose of a book is to read its content, so if Gibo will be a book, please listen and understand carefully to what he says.

        • cj
          February 23, 2010 at 4:35 am

          yup i’ll agree with that…i hope that people won’t be blind of it..

      • camille
        January 26, 2010 at 9:53 pm

        Don’t tell me that you will buy a book with a dilapidated cover?… Truly you can judge a politician to what they say… Remember, our character is inborn ability not acquired nor learned… Simple logic lang…”KUNG ANO ANG IYONG INIISIP, SYA MONG SINASABI. KUNG ANO ANG IYONG SINASABI, SYA MONG GINAGAWA. KUNG ANO ANG IYONG GINAGAWA, SYA MONG PAG-UUGALI. KUNG ANO ANG IYONG PAG-UUGALI, NO ONE COULD CHANGE IT..

        Kasi si Noynoy ay lumaki sa kaharahasan dahil sa sinapit ng kanyang ama… Kaya no wonder kahit sa kanyang mga Ads akala mo nasa napakasamang situation sya.
        Naawa ako sa kanya.. kaya hindi ko sya iboboto baka madamay pa ang economic recovery sa ating bayan.

        • January 26, 2010 at 10:09 pm

          the country is in fact in a bad state. we have a president that the people do not trust, that find her performance in office as deplorable and someone we can’t wait to finish her term.

          what economic recovery are you talking about?

          • camille
            January 27, 2010 at 10:14 pm

            Most detractor of PGMA has personal interest. Those who were not able to board the ship of PGMA got mad. So in return, they manufacture false accusation.. But we are human being with complete senses… Example, all Cabinet Secretaries of PGMA are on the field working hard to see the real situation…Unlike previous government whose secretaries could hardly be seen in provinces…

            • February 1, 2010 at 11:31 am

              Kay Gibo ako dahil kelangan natin ang malakas at may talinong presidenti. Hindi tulad ni noynoy nonsense kong magsalita. Kaya lahat relatives namin at buong angkan kay Gibo Kami.

              • Jill
                April 16, 2010 at 3:17 pm

                nasubukan na natin ang matatalino like gloria arroyo.. but walang nangyari lalong nalugmok and pilipinas we hav to try a righteous leader…like Bro. eddie…who serve serve God..Kaya nga sa south Korea God bless them so much because may takot sa panginoon and kanilang presidente…so why not we try them (Bangon Pilipinas)…last 2004 election ay wala akong pakialam sa election..But God open my eyes and now I have to choose a righteous leader…i believe the agenda of God will come to pass…God bless…Philippines

                • alvin
                  May 2, 2010 at 11:33 am

                  i don’t quite agree. in the philippines, the church is meddling too much with politics, unlike in korea, the church and politics are separate. dito sa pilipinas nakikialam and simbahan sa politiko.

                • superman
                  May 7, 2010 at 10:32 am

                  anong lalong nalugmok ang pilipinas ur 2negative isa k nga s mga pilipino n hangad lamang ay kasiraan s ting bansa. in fairness we 3rd world country nd data shows d naman tyo bumaba ang economic rate natin y 1st world country agad2 of course not!we should help one another and be positive 2our country wag ntin siraaan in favor of other person ho we wud lyk 2be d leader!

              • rowan
                May 8, 2010 at 1:02 pm

                i am not for noynoy but i am also also not for gibo. ang pagiging matalino ay hindi sukatan pra maging magaling na presidente. kung ganyan din lamang ang sukatan, pwede ba nating sabihin na kung may pinoy counterpart c albert einstein ay bagay siya maging presidente? i think ang best thing to do is tingnan natin ang track record, platform at experiences ng mga kandidato at suriin nang mabuti kung sino ang karapat dapat.

          • February 7, 2010 at 10:07 pm

            What bad State you are talking?..
            Only the oppositions are in bad state as they’ve said.
            Kung issue ang issue ay kahirapan, thats normal, dahil they are the instrument of the government in order grow… Sino pa ang magtrabaho kung tayong lahat ay mayaman?? O Di ba?

      • Dmyiekze
        May 6, 2010 at 12:02 pm

        Alam nyo,just look at his political background and the number of bills submitted that have been enacted in a law. Yes it’s true that voting should not be based on how the presidential candidates answer questions but it’s not the basis nor the point about choosing Gibo as the best pick. If you have an overview on all the candidates including their political experience and will, you’ll choose either Gordon or Teodoro. Everyone has their own opinion and I respect those. But for me, having a good intention is not enough. It’s just a matter of experience, outputs and the will to make Philippines a better country. We should not be blinded by their words. We should open up our eyes wide enough to see their outputs.

        • fe almeda
          May 10, 2010 at 2:08 pm

          agree, the top 2 qualified presidentiables are gordon and g1bo only, but i chose g1bo for the character. experience and track records, i still go for g1bo.

    • Rommel
      January 13, 2010 at 6:31 am

      second to Gordon, he has the best track record and documented achievements. that’s why I put him as second choice but Gordon has more executive experience and more years of public service.

    • jaime
      April 29, 2010 at 12:07 am

      go JC… check his flatform!

  2. aldrin sevilleja
    December 2, 2009 at 12:54 pm

    former DEF.SEC. GIBO TEODORO is the best among all the presedentiables. nakikita ko at nararamdaman ko ang kanyang katapatan sa serbisyo…100% kay GIBO ako,..thanks

    • Arif
      December 7, 2009 at 2:51 am

      His good service in the government is noted and counted. Also try to see the other candidates. Take time to study their backgrounds and characters.

  3. kyl
    December 2, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    feeling lang yan ang sayo aldrin

  4. December 2, 2009 at 7:52 pm

    baka maging tau-tauhan lang yan!
    Ano ba nagawa niya as defense secretary?!!
    ang dami ngang kaguluhan eh!!!

    • jayr
      January 14, 2010 at 9:53 pm

      you’re not even reading the news! he had done many things as def. sec.

    • camille
      January 26, 2010 at 10:08 pm

      Hellooo…. Try to audience GIBO, then ask a sensible question… While he is answering, observe his gestures, his eyes and the thought of his answer.. You find sincere, honest and feasible solution in him… Why should you gamble your vote?.. To the voter, election is not a question of winning but a test of our conscience and a matter of screening our applicant to the position of President. Public forum is precisely similar to a job interview. One should give convincing answer in order to be hired… GANYAN YAN my friend, so put importance to you one and only vote…

    • Ricci
      January 31, 2010 at 2:40 am

      yes friend. kung ka nman lng, sana ng.research ka muna ano ang nagagawa ng defense secretary. para ka nman di nag.aaral eh. i suggest you read articles para nman mai stored knowledge ka kahit konti lng. okay? okay.

    • drc
      March 21, 2010 at 7:31 pm

      i may not read the news often but if you look at Gibo during interviews and debates, he has a very strong personality. very few people are like that kaya mukang malabo yang sinasabi mong baka maging tau-tauhan lang sya. he isn’t out to please everyone. he has his own thoughts, he has his own stand on issues and he gives logical and feasible solutions to problems and i guess that’s what our country needs. he doesnt give answers to please people. that’s what i dont like with noynoy. he is out to please everyone. mas nakakatakot ang ganun. ang mga taong ganun ang ginagamit ng mga mapagsamantalang tao.

      • rowan
        May 8, 2010 at 1:06 pm

        magaling nga sumagot si Gibo on interviews pero sa totoo lang, given na standard bearer xa ng admin malamang ang decisions nya would still be at the best interest of the administration. he was asked once if willing ba xang gumastos mula sa kanyang sariling bulsa for his candidacy at sagot nya ay “No way!” I think that sums it up kung sino ang in control sa kanyang pagkandidato.

        • Jose Ingua
          May 10, 2010 at 9:29 pm

          The fact that Gibo didn’t use his own money for his campaign simply shows that he isn’t expecting something in return once he acquires the presidential position. He simply wants to serve. The reason why he chose GMA’s party is because he needs the political party’s machinery to fund and promote his campaign. He is intelligent enough not to be swayed by GMA. Utang na loob is out of the question.

    • ako pra sa bayan natin
      May 2, 2010 at 2:41 am

      NAg tatanong ka hindi kna man nag re-research? Paano malalaman ang kanyang accomplishment kung lagi ka lng makikinig sa hearsy!.

    • alvin
      May 2, 2010 at 11:34 am

      what have all the others done?

  5. chad
    December 2, 2009 at 7:52 pm

    pwde nmn eh kya lng its not d perfect time.
    best factor p rin ung TIMING tlga..
    maybe mayor ng makati sure win sya.

  6. chad
    December 2, 2009 at 7:53 pm

    pwde nmn eh kya lng its not d perfect time.
    best factor p rin ung TIMING tlga..
    maybe mayor ng makati sure win sya.

  7. December 3, 2009 at 3:55 am


    • December 7, 2009 at 5:43 pm

      .r u influences by our presidnt at present???

    • January 14, 2010 at 6:37 pm

      .. kay Bro. EDDIE !!! hindi ko bobot yan, kasi GMA eh,, basta i strongly vote for B RO..EDDIE…

    • alvin
      May 2, 2010 at 11:37 am

      militarization=disicpiline… go gibo

    • Jose Ingua
      May 10, 2010 at 9:31 pm

      What militarization are you talking about? Prove your claim with facts.

  8. romy56
    December 3, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    As head of National Defense, Gibo Teodoro has a tremendous task of proving his worth to his name and his icon: Galing at Talino! Almost all happenings in the country should ought to be under his jurisdiction and should ought to be under his control. There are two recent major events that rocked his boat: 1. The recently concluded devastations caused by Ondoy and the subsequent typhoons that ravaged the country, and
    2. The recently witnessed most shocking and most heinous crimes committed in Philippine history by a group of criminals in the ARMM province of Maguindanao, thus, it is given the horrifying and infamous title of The Maguindanao Massacre.
    Analyzing these two events gave us the indication of how unprepared is our leaders in disasters and calamities, and how complacent our law enforcers in implementing the rule of law.
    Disaster preparedness should have already been established long ago in anticipation of such major catastrophies as the typhoon Ondoy and the subsequesnt typhoons that struck us. Preparedness in terms of personnel action, logistics, and financial assistance. But as we can see and heard over TV and radio, and by the testimonies of victims and survivors alike, preparedness was something non-existent in these trying times. Death counts tolled up every hour and every day. Victims and survivors took several days to establish shelter and safety. Financial assistance was mostly sourced by donations, both from local sources and from foreign assistance. Government was inutile to effectively handle such a crisis. It had struggled to do so at the unnecessary cost of many lives because the reaction time was slow! During these period, time element is of foremost consideration! It spells the difference between life and death!
    The Magindanao Massacre is another example of the present Administration’s light dealing with crime, and the mocking implementation of the rule of law. As presented by the media on TV, loose firearms and unchecked build up of private armies and political dynasties contributed much to the temptation, planning, organizing, masterminding, and consummation of the crime.
    In summary, the government and the offices and agencies that handled these responsibilities were lax in their works and functions, and are only taking lightly things that should have been taken more seriously! If voters still vote for him, and he wins, we just hope and pray that history will not repeat itself in his term.

  9. Prince_evo
    December 3, 2009 at 10:35 pm

    ei guys for me ha.. kayo ba pag maging leader kayo hahayaan nyo na lang na diktahan kayo…
    for me hindi ako lalaban sa pag ka president ko walang akung paninindigan.. wag kayong manghusgo because u like other aspirant for president,,..

    Now is the time for change,,.. you choose a Leader that can Lead us and represent our country with pride and confident and can faced other nations Leader.

    You choose a leader that has sense of willingness.. just to inform you guys that a good deeds of family is not inherited its just a pride and inspiration of the past.
    the knowledge and ability of Leader is from itself not inherited not from family nor relative.

    Be careful of what we are thinking now choose wisely to the Leader that has a Leadership itself that can faced challenges and has a platform of going forward not to demolished the integrity of Governance..

    take note also guys that a Leader is a good follower BUT NOT AT ALL…

    That is Mr. Gilbert Teodoro, I see to Him the Image of a Good and Quality Leader of Philippine President for us New Generation Filipinos. He has a Power to Lead and to represent our country to other nation and the people of Philippines.

    God Bless the Philippines. God Bless Fellow countrymen and God Bless Mr. Gilbert Teodoro we will pray for a change. We Love you and you will be our next President.

    • manoyanx
      December 12, 2009 at 11:09 pm

      I agree… his good… even though he rides on a sinking boat(ADMINISTRATION), I look at him as a strong leader…

      • Fernan
        February 19, 2010 at 3:11 pm

        surely, from the abundance of the heart the mouth speak, wisdom and intelligence are innate characteristics of a person, do not look on whoever endorse hi,/her whether administration or anti-administration, look on the track records, education, family background, the way he/she performs whether public or private, do not follow your emotions,our future relies on the best among the candidates and that is Gilbert Teodoro, though he is not doing well in the surveys, but I believe Philippines have a better future to him…. God bless the Philippines

  10. amox777
    December 4, 2009 at 6:46 pm

    so far c GIBO ung talagang may kalidad sa lahat ng mga presidentiables…he must win

    • wawang tao
      December 7, 2009 at 1:26 pm

      i agree far..c gibo lang talaga ang may kalidad..

      • December 7, 2009 at 5:41 pm

        oo..c gibo tlga,peo we should also be open to other candidates..

      • redmeister
        December 9, 2009 at 9:11 am

        Sya lang? what about GORDON? check mo mabuti record nya, what he did sa SUBIC sa RED CROSS sa mga VETERANS natin…mag research muna kayo.

        • romy56
          December 9, 2009 at 1:18 pm

          redmeister, pwede mo i e-mail sakin record n Gordon sa Subic, sa Red Cross, at tsaka sa Veterans? Kulang kasi time ko sa search and research at tsaka di ko masyado kabisado nga website na meron siya. Thanks and God bless!

      • baybee
        December 15, 2009 at 6:51 pm

        tama ka dyan!

      • baybee
        December 15, 2009 at 6:52 pm

        TAMA KA!

    • renan ramos
      December 7, 2009 at 5:58 pm

      teodoro – tuta ni gloria!

      • kimeh
        January 30, 2010 at 10:30 am

        si villar ang tuta ni gloria.
        gibo said in HARAPAN: 2010
        that he won’t turn his back on GMA
        but he won’t let her dictate or affect his decision.

      • Ricci
        January 31, 2010 at 2:46 am

        if ikaw naging presidente, magpapaka.tuta ka pa kaya sa kahit sino nah alam mo namang ikaw ang nasa pinakamataas na position?? think of it dude!! logic nman dyan kahit konti, please lang!!!

        • rowan
          May 8, 2010 at 1:10 pm

          pero hindi ganyan ang takbo ng pulitika. Hindi ibig sabihin na kapag presidente ka, ikaw ang may hawak ng lahat. kaya nga standard bearer sya ng admistration. ibig sabihin, kung mananalo xa, matalino man xa at magaling ang mga desisyon nya ay una pra sa best interest ng administration.

      • Fernan
        February 19, 2010 at 3:17 pm

        nag-iisip ka ba? when Teodoro was asked about that question, you know what he said, I am serving the Filipino people and not President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, can you please specify, why you said his tuta, in what way… manghusga ba?

      • ruselle
        April 29, 2010 at 12:57 pm

        hey renan, I would suggest you think first before opening your mouth. The only connection of Gibo to the current president is he is running for the administration. Gibo doesn’t awe anything from gloria para maging tuta.At hindi cya ang klase ng tao na maging tuta lang ng kung sino. If your a smart person, you should know that!

        • April 29, 2010 at 1:05 pm

          even teodoro is not denying his connection with arroyo. he admits it openly that he is arroyo’s boy.

      • Jose Ingua
        May 10, 2010 at 9:32 pm

        I disagree.

  11. December 4, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    Don’t base your vote only because of his intelligence and eloquence. Man-of-Action, God-fearing, sincere and with absolute care to the welfare of the Filipinos, ang mas mahalaga. And besides ilan na bang matatalinong presidente ang nagpaikot lang sa atin, at ginatasan lang ang ating mamamayan. Maging maingat at huwag palilinlang sa talino lang.

    • Christian
      December 13, 2009 at 12:32 pm

      Ilan na nga ba naging presidente nating matatalino? Hindi sukatan ng pagiging magaling na lider ang pagiging mabait, sa tingin ko nga walang naging great leader sa history ang mabait. Si Cory Aquino, with all due respect sa kanya, alam nating lahat na mabait at maganda values nya, sa tingin nyo naging effective na leader ba? May paninindigan ba? Utak muna bago puso, yung nag iisip ng long-term, gumagawa ng desisyon kung ano makakabuti sa nakakarami at sa kabuuan ng bansa, hindi lang puro kunyari sa masa para lang bumango ang pangalan.

      Pumili tayo ng lider hindi sa papularidad o anak siya ng kung sino, pumili tayo base sa kalidad at kakayahan ng mismong kumakandidato kahit sino o ano man pinanggalingan nya.

      Bakit nga ba matatatag at competitive ang malalaking pribadong korporasyon kesa sa gobyerno, dahil ang lider nila at ang mga naka-upo sa puwesto, ay pinipili base sa kalidad at kapasidad ng tao, hindi dahil sikat ito o anak siya ng may ari. Maniwala kayo mararamdaman nyo sa “aura” ng tao ang pagiging competitive at talagang lider, lalo na kung lagi kayong nakakausap ng mga presidente at CEO ng kumpanya

      Dalawa lang, sa aking “opinyon”, ang talagang may kakayahan at kapasidad na mamuno sa bansa natin, si Gilbert Teodoro at si Richard Gordon. Wag po sana tayong pumili ng lider na walang paninindigan, pinilit lang na tumakbo ng mga nakapaligid sa kanya, walang kalidad, puro salita, o maka-masa.

      Mga Pilipino mag-isip po tayo (Literally). Mag desisyon tayo ng sarili hindi kung ano ang paninindigan ng grupo nyo, relihiyon, ng mga tsismis, o mga napapanood sa media. Sa totoo lang nakaka-frustrate na kasi napag iiwanan na tayo ng mga ibang bansa dahil lang wala talaga tayong ‘totoong’ lider na mag aangat satin. Puro tayo emosyon, lahat ng proyekto ng pagbabago babatikusin hindi tignan ang positibong magagawa o resulta.

      Wala pa kong alam na matalinong naging presidente na naging tuta o dinidiktahan ng mga taong mas mababa sa kanya. Kung ikaw na presidente, pinakamataas na pwesto, papadikta ka ba? Pwede yun kung ikaw yung tipo na puro puso, walang paninindigan, at puro pabango lang sa karamihan ang mahalaga.

      Mabuhay ang Pilipinas

      Pres: Gibo
      VP: Bayani (wag lang nya gawing pink na parang cheap na perya buong pilipinas)

    • Fernan
      February 19, 2010 at 3:19 pm

      anong gusto mo, ala Erap na punung-puno ng advisers, dun pa lang milyun-milyon na ng kaban ng bayan ang nsasayang… I think your not wise… peace…

    • ruselle
      April 29, 2010 at 1:06 pm

      Gibo as he being wise, is just one of the many good characteristics that he has. He is the man of integrity, of sincerity and of principles. If you will ask him, he will not give you what you want to hear, but he will give you the truth. He is not like the other candidates who would promise heaven and earth. As Gibo one’s said when he was asked ” how do you want people to remember you” Gibo answered, I want the filipino people to remember me as the president who will listen, and then will do something about it. No one can represent our country better to the other leaders of other countries but Gibo and only Gibo. Tnx

      • April 29, 2010 at 4:57 pm

        If he is a man of principles why did he not do something about the many shenanigans of the administration he served? ZTE, Filtilizer scam, the Ampatuans during his tenure, Garci, etc… Integrity ba yung may nakikita kang masama, o kahit suspetsa man lang, tapos wala ka man lang ginawa? Security of tenure kamo ang ibig mong sabihin, at hindi integrity, principles or sincerity.

    • Jose Ingua
      May 10, 2010 at 9:37 pm

      Gibo is an exception. Not only he has the intelligence and will, but he also has the honesty, integrity and selfless dedication to his country, something that Noynoy also have but doesn’t have the competence to run this country.

  12. renren
    December 6, 2009 at 1:08 am

    hindi naman nawawala ang under the table na usapan eh… pwedeng humingi ng pabor si GMA na hindi nya pwedeng tangihan o kaya a mahihiya syang tumanggi… kaya parang pwede narin syang madiktahan..
    hindi naman yan talaga nawawala sa pulitika.. kahit noong kay marcos pa eh meron ng mga corruption… hindi pa nga lang lantad masyado at hindi mahahalata dahil balanse naman sa mga nagagawa para sa bayan… pumi pera ang mga pulitiko pero marami namang mga magagandang bagay ang nangyayari.. kaya balanse…
    ang sa ngaun kasi, hindi na balanse eh.. halos ibulsa na lahat ang mga pera..

  13. Jem Kevin
    December 7, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    He is one of the best candidate in Philippine presidency in our history. He is straight to the point when answering questions and in presenting his platforms, it only means his visions for our country are clear and straight. What we seriously need right now is a leader who’s not only charismatic but also a leader who possess passion to move the country forward, and to that it requires a clear point of view to know and understand what the problems really are. There should be a state of balance in mind and in heart but most importantly there should be pure thoughts to bring this country out of poverty because a mind that understands is a mind that knows.

  14. NotoCorrupt
    December 7, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    Sobra sobra n ung kay ate Glo, wag na natin pang dagdagan ang term nya thru kuya Gibo…IBA NAMAN!

    • December 7, 2009 at 5:40 pm you already know hu gibo is???

      • NotoCorrupt
        December 7, 2009 at 5:48 pm

        GIBO means Gloria’s Interest Before Other

      • NotoCorrupt
        December 7, 2009 at 5:55 pm

        Agree tlaga ako na matalino si Gibo…but, do you think iendorse sya ni Gloria for nothing…Guys…magising n kyo…Gloria at Gibo parehong matalino yan…paiikutin lng kayo nyan…tayo nmn ang maging matalino…

        Sabi nga ng isang announcer sa Radyo “‘wag iboto ang iendorse ni Gloria, mabusog na tayo sa 1 million na dinner”.

        • Christian
          December 21, 2009 at 12:49 am

          They’re in the same political party, should I say more? Is there more logical reason?

        • kimeh
          January 30, 2010 at 10:35 am

          mdme nmang ini-endorse si gloria e
          pte nga si manny villar

        • Ann
          April 15, 2010 at 10:17 pm

          nakakatakot din ang sobrang talino…what’s important is the innate character, the principles he lived up throughout his entire life…and most of all, a God-fearing person…Yan ang dapat ilalagay natin sa puwesto, di lang ang pagiging matalino…

  15. December 7, 2009 at 5:39 pm

    ..we dont know whoamongthe candidates is the best for us to vote,me as a 1stime voters i should consider the facts that i do not know those pc much,but we need to reconsider the things they really shown to us..and infact its not bacause of the barkada?the legacy of parents?the legacy of parents?tfrom poor to rich?? that is not the way that we will base for us to whom we will vote an advice we should vote wisey..let us not waste this chance for our country to change…

    • Mmmm
      December 17, 2009 at 4:28 am

      hi ariane, that’s right. do not waste this opportunity. research on richard ‘dick’ gordon. also tell your friends and family. then from there you decide.. =)

      • mark
        December 18, 2009 at 12:00 am

        Dick Gordon aka Mr. Shareman of SBMA

      • rowan
        May 8, 2010 at 1:13 pm

        ako din. I am for Richard Gordon. tingnan nu na lang ang experiences, platform at achievement nya at i compare mo sa ibang candidates.

  16. abbydabz
    December 9, 2009 at 12:02 am

    eh ano kung matalino???hindi ba’t si gloria eh matalino din?oh, nu say niyo???
    kung sino talaga ang totoong may concern sa Pilipinas, hindi showbiz kung mag-isip at utak trapo!dapat Diyos lang ang kakatakutan at magsisilbi sa bayan, hindi yung may among kinakatakutan at yun ang pagsisilbihan..

    personally, i would go for Bro Eddie Villanueva. Hindi ako JIL..

    pero mas gugustuhin ko naman umanib sa JIL kesa sa tropa ni Gloria. lalo na ni ERAP!!!

  17. abbydabz
    December 9, 2009 at 12:06 am

    Mas hindi ko iboboto si noynoy. walang pinagkaiba sa isang produkto yan. Maganda ang commercials at endorsement pero once tikman mo di pala masarap. Kung sa pagiging senador hindi siya mahusay at halos wala naman nagawang batas, eh what more kung maging presidente pa siya? ang tatay niya oo, pero sabi nga sa kasabihan “masyadong malaki ang sapatos ni Ninoy para sa paa ni Noynoy)

  18. romy56
    December 9, 2009 at 2:44 am

    Sang ayon ako jan sayo ABBYDABZ, we must vote a presidentiable who got a track record even if he’s not that popular(?) compared to the others! Kung may nagawa na siya ngayon as senator, marami pa ang magagawa niya as president given the larger scope of his governance!

  19. Sherwin V
    December 9, 2009 at 4:08 pm

    Gilbert Teodoro is the Man! Nobody else is even close! Nobody else! Nobody else!….tsk tsk tsk

    Our future is with this MAN! rest are but backwards bickering crybabies.

    Guys we need to vote in order for our MAN to win, for a huge mass of fellow filipinos doesnt know what future means but what is instore for them on plastic bags & cheap envelopes about to vote again & when that happends where doomed again! Please we need to vote, us who make sense

    • Carpediemgeorge
      December 29, 2009 at 4:41 pm

      Gilbert Teodoro is the Man! Galing at Talino! No way! Yung nangyari sa Bagyong Ondoy at Pepeng was a very good test of his true mettle and true galing and talino! What happened? He was unprepared! Mas OK pa si Dick sa Red Cross! Sa totoo lang mas bagay sa kanya ang “Galing at Talino” kasi naaaply niya ang tunay na halaga ng edukasyon sa totoong kalakaran ng buhay! Magising na tayo! Huwag nang palinlang at pauto! What happened to Maguindanao massacre? Kailangan pa bang hintaying mangyari iyon bago gumawa ng solusyon! Whoever is the defense secretary at that time especially yung nagmamalaki sa kanyang galing at talino ay mabuti pang magpakumbaba na lang at huwag nang gamitin ang linyang iyan! Gusto ba natin ng Magaling at Matalino? Vote Dick Gordon for president! Hindi lang magaling at matalino, subok na lider pa! Huwag palinlang–gamitin ang isip! Maging magaling at matalino sa pagpili! Tingnan at busisiin ang achievements at nagawa na! Si Gordon marami nang nagawa at napatunayan at marami pang natulungan! Gordon-Bayani Tandem! Kitang-kita ang mga resulta sa mga nagawa! Go na!

      • May 10, 2010 at 4:33 am

        If you go to gordon sigurado talo na yan,there are times that we need to consider the reality, try to survey by yourself, ask people.

  20. breaker28
    December 11, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    tuta ni gloriaaaaaaaa…. arf.. arf.. arf…

    • January 28, 2010 at 12:32 pm

      You might as well say Cardinal Rosales is evil because he’s Catholic. You’re saying that all Lakas people are evil, just like the average voter who votes with his rear end. Unlike his cousin Noynoy, he HAS the experience… Speaking of which, are you a Yellow Man?

    • Ricci
      January 31, 2010 at 2:52 am

      if ikaw naging presidente, magpapaka.tuta ka pa kaya sa kahit sino nah alam mo namang ikaw ang nasa pinakamataas na position?? think of it dude!! logic nman dyan kahit konti, please lang!!

      • incand
        February 8, 2010 at 8:41 pm

        true. noynoy might be a safe person to vote but we cant really be sure if he’s gonna do something, AT ALL. if gibo wins, it would seem stupid and pointless if he still become “tuta ni gloria”, if he really is. maybe he’s just a man who stands by the institution he still belongs in, despite everything.

  21. amox777
    December 11, 2009 at 7:29 pm

    gibo has the quality of a good president,,mas makabuluhan ang mga plataporma nya compare to other candidates..isa lng nag papngit ng imahe nya..ung ay pagiging kaalyado xa ni GMA..anyway i trust gibo..nararamdaman kong sincere xa sa mga sinasabi nya…pero si gordon 2nd choice ko if ever na may di ako magustuhan sa kanya..gordon is also a good eddie is also good kaya lng hindi ako convince sa sinasabi nya..but still a good one

  22. ajom
    December 12, 2009 at 8:01 am

    Nasubukan na po natin ang isang diktador at alam po natin kung ano ang nangyari sa ating bansa. Sinubukan naman natin ang isang maybahay. Oo, lumaya nga tayo mula sa diktador ngunit bumulusok din ang ating bansa. 7 coup de etat at grabeng natural disasters dahil naglagay ng diyus-diyusan sa EDSA. Sinubukan din natin ang isang mula sa military. Medyo naka-angat nang konti pero sa kahuli-hulihan, economic disaster pa rin dahil ng mga brownout. Sinubukan natin ang isang artista na makamasa raw, pero ang masang pinangakuan niyang paglingkuran ay ninakawan niya. Kaya ipinalit natin ang isang ekonomista. Many in the business sector feel that this administration has failed to deliver satisfactory performance based on these criteria: (1) competitiveness, (2) employment, (3) export growth, (4) foreign direct investments, and (5) fiscal stability.

  23. Lloyd
    December 13, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    Para saken si GIBO magaling, at may prinsipyo. Straight Forward at lahat ng salita may laman at resourceful matututo ka pa. Lahat ng sinasabi ni gibo ay puro solusyon tulad nung sa maguindanao. Di tulad ng iba na puro pambabatikos ang alam para di mawala sa init ng isyu. Nakakatawa tsk.

    Mas gugustuhin ko pa na bumoto sa taong may malinis na prinsipyo kesa bumoto sa mga taong balimbing nakikisakay sa agos ng panahon. Usona lundagan sa ibang partido susmiyo nakakahiya ang mga taong ito. Kung ang hangarin mo ay maglingkod, ipakita mo ito sa pamamagitan ng sarili mong prinsipyo hindi yung babalimbing ka para di ka mawala sa posisyon. WHEW.

  24. jena
    December 14, 2009 at 1:03 pm


    • February 7, 2010 at 9:58 pm

      yAN ANG PINAKAMAGALING NA TANDEM…. As of now Vice ko si Pefect Yasay

  25. ken
    December 14, 2009 at 11:01 pm

    patawa yung iba. so dahil hindi umubra ang matalinong presidente sa kanila, boboto na lang sila ng bobo? hahahahaha.

    • ajom
      December 16, 2009 at 11:09 am

      Aba’y hindi no! Mas matalino ang iboboto siyempre. Dahil ang karunungang alam NG KANDIDATO NAMIN ay di lang galing sa nabubulok na lupang ito kundi sa Diyos mismo…
      Kaya hindi lang mas matalino ang iboboto ko. MAY TAKOT PA SA DIYOS.

  26. EDDIE AKO!
    December 16, 2009 at 5:02 pm

    Magaling sana si gabo pero the mere fact na kaanib xa sa present admin, kakatakot pa rin xang ivote. D ko xya iboboto. Sorry bo. Hindi lng kc nakasalalay sa magaling na pagsagot ang pamumuno sa buong bayan na halos di na makagulapay sa kahirapan. Ang kailangan po natin sa ngaun ay ang taong me takot sa me totoong takot sa Diyos na mamumuno ng walang pgkukumpromison.
    I go for the man who knows well the word of God and does them by heart and by example. I am for BRO. EDDIE VILLANUEVA para sa Diyos at Bayan. Bangon Pilipinas!

    • February 7, 2010 at 9:57 pm

      The servant of God is for God… The servant of the government is for the government.. Serving two Lords at a time would never be be as effective as serving to one Lord… Remember Father Panlilio of Pampanga, was he really effective in his governance?. . .

      Eddie Villanueva is like Noynoy. Both of them don’t have specific platform to address a certain economic issues… To say he is good, honest and God fearing is not a guarantee of a good President….Its a mere lip service… Please don’t boost to the people of Mindanao that you can bring lasting peace in our area… No amount of negotiation could the conflict in Mindanao… The only solution to Mindanao is to strongly go after to any person that violates the law.
      If the government will continue to recognize the existence MNLF and MILF lasting peace can never be achieve…. MARK MAY WORD… ONLY GIBO CAN DO SO.

  27. edi_ako
    December 17, 2009 at 12:09 am

    As for this time, he may sound promising. But what happens once he take the seat? We cannot rely on human brains alone. There’s always this tendency that he can be swayed with temptations to do things he never even intend to do. We need someone who is guided by the truths in the bible. We need someone who has a deep relationship with God and strong enough to contend with the injustices that are happening in our political system. I am for Bro. Eddie, then. Para sa Diyos at Bayan!

  28. Aimee Jajalla
    December 23, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    i really don’t know this man.. pero so far, sa lahat ng mga interviews, xa ang pinka-realistic managot. Kinkailangan natin ng lider na practical sa kanyang mga desicions about our couontry.. Hindi yung tipon na nag-bubula-la lang…

  29. Aimee Jajalla
    December 23, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    ..this is for edi_ako… Sabi mo na ” as for this time, he may sound promising. but what happens once he take the seat?” Ikaw, super assured ka ba na magiging successful yung pamamalakad ni Bro. eddie.. Hindi ko naman talaga sinasabing botohin mo to si Gibo.. pero lahat rin tayo may doubts. Para kasing alam mo na ang future ng country kung sino man yung mag-run.. Bt, yes, I want you to stick to your beliefs because mamamayan ka,eh.. Go! =)

  30. nena
    December 25, 2009 at 6:56 pm

    I think Mr. Teodoro will be the best to vote for president. I can see his intentions for the country. da best talaga. Leadership is no. 1.

  31. bryan
    December 26, 2009 at 3:25 pm

    Naniniwala akong magiging mabuting lider si Teodoro kung sya ang mananalo.Pero kung track record ang pag-uusapan kay Dick Gordon muna ko.Bata pa si Teodoro at marami pa syang kailangang patunayan.Di tulad ni Gordon na subok na ng panahon,nakalampas na sa mga kalamidad at krisis sa Olongapo na natabunan ng abo ng Pinatubo,sa Subic bay ng hinagupit ng unemployment,sa Tourisim na pinaunlad nya sa gitna ng mga rebelyon,kidnaping,terorismo at epidemya,sa Red Cross na pinagsilbihan nya ng 47 yrs at pinamunuan upang epektibong makapagsilbi sa bawat tao,at sa Senado kung saan namuno sya sa Blue Ribbon Committee na nagrekomendang usigin si Jocjoc Bolante,kung saan nagpanukala sya ng 7 bills para maayos ang mga ginamit na palusot ng mga naakusahan.Sya rin ang sumulat ng batas para sa automation ng election at ng Tourism Act of 2008 na gustong magbigay ng mas malaking pondo para sa tourism promotions,makakuha ng 30 milyong turista kada taon at makapagtatag ng mga Tourism Enterprise Zones.Sya rin ang naging daan para ang Amerika ay ibigay ang benepisyo ng mga beterano.Si Teodoro palagay ko sayang kung Presidente na kagad ang tatargetin nya.Yun na kasi ang end.Retiro na dapat pagkatapos.Sa tingin ko pa naman kaya nya talagang gumawa pa ng mas marami.Naniniwala ako sa kakayahan nya at sinseridad.Pero sa ngayon dun muna sa mas una sa pila.Dick Gordon.Napatunayan na.Sigurado na.

    December 26, 2009 at 5:01 pm


    • kimeh
      January 30, 2010 at 10:43 am

      at bakit mu nman nsabing destined si noynoy?
      gawa ni ninoy at cory?
      kung gnun,
      pati pala si kris destined din.

      • ruselle
        April 29, 2010 at 1:27 pm

        to lizbeth, tatawanan ko nalang ang sinabi mo. yan ang pinakawalang sense na nabasa ko sa lahat ng postings dito. It’s like you’re saying I will not work my butt because im destined to be rich.hhhhhhmmmmm mga taong di nag iisip.

  33. Angel A. Espeleta
    December 27, 2009 at 9:57 am

    I like Gilbert Teodoro but his relationship with the corrupt Gloria Macapagal Arroyo horrifies me. GMA is the worst nightmare the Philippines has ever had besides the dictator Marcos. GMA doesn’t care if she is hated by everybody, she keeps maintaining her corrupt life as long as her dishonest machinery is there. She relies on guys like Beedol and the gangsters of Maguindanao.
    She will be remembered in history with people like Evita Peron, Imelda Marcos, Adolph Hitler, and Al Capone.

  34. Angel A. Espeleta
    December 27, 2009 at 10:02 am

    I dislike speaking ill of another during this Christmas season but if the truth is not mentioned it is not love for Gloria. If I speak out the truth, she might repent and become a convert to be a better person. Nobody likes to go to hell. If everybody tells her the truth, she will have a chance to change. Right now … I CENSOR MY THOUGHTS>

  35. mark
    December 28, 2009 at 6:59 am

    i am not pro gloria but gibo is the best choice for me. i think it is a huge fallacy to apply guilt by association to gibo. as he said, true, it was gloria who gave him the break he needed to serve the country, but his respect for the institutions as commanded by the Constitution is worth praising. he understands what he is saying.

    honestly, i am mad at the likes of president marcos because our experience under his administration has led this country to distrust intelligent leaders.

    gibo is a bar topnotcher. he’s superb analysis of the problems of this country will surely help him as President.

    • December 28, 2009 at 10:06 am

      to be pro-teodoro is to be pro-arroyo.

  36. mark
    December 28, 2009 at 7:02 am

    his remark with regard to respect for institution was said in the context of whether or not he will prosecute gloria for crimes committed in office. he said that once filed in court, it is legally incorrect for the executive to interfere in court processes.

    • December 28, 2009 at 9:50 am

      he says that only because he aims to protect arroyo.

      • jaime
        March 18, 2010 at 4:02 pm

        very impressive ang galing at talino ni mr. teodoro gibo… sa mga fora, magaling syang sumagot, it’s because he has a lot of facts..but im not impressed of his political will. the way he makes a stand on a particular issue. for me, based on my judgment on his performance sa mga fora, he tends to play safe sa mga sagot nya, he could make a categorical stand sa isang issue (like RH bill) hindi klaro ano talaga ang stand nya…at first, when we hear him talking, impressive talaga because he knows how to play words, enough ang vocabularies…rhetotical…very convincing…but try to read between the lines…… very decieving!

        • jaime
          March 18, 2010 at 4:03 pm


  37. Rommel
    December 30, 2009 at 3:34 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.

    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.

    Pilipinas, may 5 bwan pa. isipin mong mabuti kung ang presidente na iboboto mo ay ganito kalaki ang puso sa kanyang kabababayan at ganito ang pagyakap sa kanyang sinumpaang mga responsibilidad sa mamamayan…

  38. Pj
    December 31, 2009 at 1:47 am

    Gibo is a very intelligent man. He has a good resume and experience. I’m still not decided, whether to vote for him. If he could assure himself to stand on his own decision and not just only get some advices from people close to him, most especially those from the current administration, maybe I could reconsider. I just wished, that if he will win, GMA would not become a prime minister

  39. paultim
    December 31, 2009 at 11:52 am

    tuta lamang xa ni Gloria.

  40. Rommel
    January 5, 2010 at 7:07 am

    ito ang tanong ko sa mga voters: 1. sino ang iboboto mo? 2. ano ang qualities na meron sya? 3. Kung ang bet mo ay senador, ano ang alam mong nagawa nya sa senado. Kung sya naman ay cabinet member o public servant, ano ang alam mong nagawa nya sa kanyang tungkulin? Kung alam mo ang sagot sa 3 tanong na ito, wala tayong pagdedebatehan kahit sino pa ang iboboto mo. pero kung boboto ka ng isang kandidato dahil sikat sya o dahil sya ang narinig mo na iboboto ni ganito at ni ganire, pero di mo alam ang kanyang pagkatao at accomplishments, sinasayang mo lang ang karapatan mo! Ako naman, itanong mo kung bakit si Gordon ang iboboto ko…

  41. louella anne ocoy
    January 5, 2010 at 9:30 am

    Gud morning, Mr. Gilbert Teodoro…I am a 3rd year nursing student from Tacloban City,Leyte. In one of our subjects, we are asked to ask certain questions to the 2010 presidentiables. Since you’re one of them, I would just like to ask you a few questions. I hope it’s all right with you, sir. And as a citizen of this country and as a registered voter, I am also interested to know what you plan to do. The questions are as follows: If youi would win the 2010 presidential elections, what are your plans that would help in the progress of our country? If and only if you would not win, what are your plans? I am hoping that you would find time to answer these questions, sir. It would be of great help to me and to my studies. You may email your answer to Thank you so much and God bless..

    Sincerely yours,
    Louella Anne

  42. Rommel
    January 7, 2010 at 3:13 am

    Pilipinas, Kung ang iboboto mo, si Gordon man o hindi, ay alam mo na sya ang karapat-dapat dahil sa kanyang malinis na record at angking kakayanan, wala tayong pagdedebatehan dun. Iisa ang kagustohan natin, ang pag-unlad ng Pilipinas, diba? Pero kung ikaw ay boboto, dahil nabayaran ka, o dahil malakas sya sa survey, o maraming syang kilalang artista o ano pa mang bagay na walang pinag-isipang basehan, sinasayang mo lang ang karapatan mo. Ito ay eleksyon ng tao na magpapatakbo sa bansang tinitirahan mo, ng mga anak mo, ng mga mahal mo sa buhay. Isipin mo ang kinabukasan mo at ng mga tao na nakapaligid sa’yo.Piliin mo kung sino ang pinakamagaling sa kanilang lahat. Yung pinaniniwalaan mong magdadalo ng tunay na pagbabago.

    Ako, Gordon at Bayani. Matibay na track record at mga napatunayan ng positibong resulta. Attorney, Olongapo, Subic, Department of Tourism, Senate Blue Ribbon, Automated Election, Veteran’s Bill, Red Cross, Engineer, Marikina, MMDA, … ilan lang sa mga bagay na nagpapatunay ng kanilang mabuting pagserbisyo sa bayan at magaling na pagyakap sa sinumpaang tungkulin.
    Ikaw, Ano naman ba ang mapagmamalaki ng kandidato mo? Anak ng Presidente? Tuta ni GMA? Galing sa mahirap? Galing sa kulungan? Leader ng Relihiyon? Pero ano nga ba, kaybigan? Pag-isipan mo, habang hindi pa huli ang lahat…

    • January 7, 2010 at 8:38 am

      @ rommel – please refrain from spamming your post/comment. choose only one.

      • Rommel
        January 7, 2010 at 6:20 pm

        yung message ko kasi para yun sa mga taong undecided pa, sa mga taong may kandidato na, pero di sigurado bakit yun ang iboboto nyo. gusto ko lang na pag bumoto ang tao, kahit yung kandidato ko pa o hindi, eh pinagisipan nilang mabuti dahil, iisa lang ang pagkakataon nilang bumoto, sana di yun nasayang dahil bumoto sila ng hindi talaga nalalaman kung sino at ano ang meron ang binoto nila. yung tipong nasabing nakaboto na lang. ang pagboto ay karapatan. dapat gamitin ito ng tama at may paninindigan. dahil kung hindi baka magpaupo na naman ang mga pilipino na gagawing katatawanan ang pilipinas sa mata ng international communities. nakatira ako sa ibang bansa at alam ko ang mga nangyayari sa pinas. minsan nga mas updated pa ako sa mga taong nandyan. alam ko rin kung ano ang tingin sa atin ng mga foreigners, masakit minsan pero meron silang basehan. sana matapos na ang lahat ng bagay na to. sa bandang huli pagkatapos ng eleksyon, eh magkakakampi din naman tayong lahat dahil pare parehas lang tayong pilipino. pinapaalam ko lang sa mga tao, kung sino ang sa opinyon ko ang dapat maging pangulo. wala naman siguro masama dun, dahil karapatan ko yun. katulad mo na may karapatan din na magexpress ng sariling opinyon.

  43. January 9, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    well be wise n lng

  44. khai
    January 9, 2010 at 5:28 pm

    naniniwala akong mabuti nga siyang dahil doon kaya tatanaw siya ng utang na loob kay gma kapag nanalo siya..

    puppet din lang ang tinginn ko sa kanya..

  45. Rommel
    January 12, 2010 at 6:24 am

    To my fellow Filipinos who already have chosen their candidate for president on May elections, please think about these thoughts:

    If Noynoy was not born Aquino, would you vote for him according to his performance in the senate?

    If Villar was not so rich and couldn’t afford to pay billions of pesos for his infomercials, would you vote for him according to his record of accounts?

    If Gibo was not a bar exams top-notcher would you vote for him according to his performance as a National Defense secretary?

    If Erap was not an ousted president/actor, would you vote for him according to his credibility?

    If Eddie V was not a religious leader, would you vote for him according to his executive experience… if there was?

    If Gordon was not unpopular, would you vote for him according to his achievements as mayor of Olongapo, chairman of SBMA, chairman of PNRC, secretary of tourism department, and chairman of the blue ribbon senate committee?

    • incand
      February 8, 2010 at 8:33 pm

      so who would you vote for then?

  46. lenz
    January 13, 2010 at 12:35 am

    Gibo is a good choice to be a President.

    • cyrene
      January 13, 2010 at 1:22 pm

      ..xure? hndi mo panga sya kilala diba?

  47. cyrene
    January 13, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    gibo 22o kya ‘yang cnasabi mong galing at tlino

    • kimeh
      January 30, 2010 at 10:47 am

      tutuo ung talino
      topnotcher e
      ngtpos pa sa harvard.
      yung galing e
      papatunayan pa lang.

  48. shara
    January 14, 2010 at 10:01 am

    …Pag22o ang iyong snasabi naniniwala na ako sau ;}

  49. shara
    January 14, 2010 at 10:02 am

    hai :} peace lng pu…!!! wg maggalet ha 🙂 (:

    PEACE 🙂

  50. KRing
    January 21, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    “baka maging tau-tauhan lang yan!
    Ano ba nagawa niya as defense secretary?!!
    ang dami ngang kaguluhan eh!!!”

    try to read kahit man lang tabloid for further information and comprehension.

  51. KRing
    January 21, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    What i fear is the presence of the powerful forces around GIBO. We are very much aware of his family background and his ‘uncle of all times’ at bilang protege ni GMA…well, there’s a lot to observe still. kumbaga pending pa sya sa aking isip. AS for the Transformers’ tandem. they have what it takes to be the leaders to pave the way to a totally different Philippines…I strongly believe.

  52. CebuNet
    January 22, 2010 at 12:36 pm

    Go Go Go for Gilbert “GIBO” Teodoro Jr…

    As part of new generation. GIBO is the most prominent for president.

    All of the candidates are intelligent and has the capacity to be a leader. But not all of them is fitted for the presidential position.

    Villanueva???????? ha!!! Wasting his time filing the candidacy!!! NO NO NO NO NO

    Delos Reyes and Perlas?????? dont know you guys… philippines is compost of thousands of islands and millions of people… just kept your fund to your wallet or else you may lose it.

    Estrada??????????? He is intelligent but not wise.. Only his cabinet members, people encircle him and other parties are intelligent and wise dictated him to ensure and protect their interests (kawawa – nakulong dahil sa bisyo ng iba).

    Madrigal????????? “TraPo” stop dreaming, you wont even catch a single vote from (south) us…

    Aquino??????????? Can’t think anything of you. A teen boy hiding sa saya ng nanay.
    or just go to the flow. Sen Aquino, we are not in 1970 or 1990’s, new generation na po. stop recalling what was your parent had made for the phil govt. i believe the late benigno aquino is very competent enough to be a good leader for us. And the mother of demokratikong pilipino late pres. aquino thanks for her goodness by abiding us. But (NOYNOY) sorry it would not be the reason why we should cast our votes to you. You are not competent enough to be our ruler.

    Villar 😉 Good as well to be a president (Manny or Gibo hmmmm). The C-5 controversy is nothing, just the same with the others like Aquino (Las Haciendas)

    GIBO GIBO GIBO GIBO GIBO GIBO GIBO parin……………………………………

    • January 28, 2010 at 12:35 pm

      This is why I love the Cebuano Voter. He votes with his brains, not with his balls.

    • Ricci
      January 31, 2010 at 3:07 am

      Cebuanos are for Gibo. di tulad ng iba dyan. gusto pa rin maligo sah dagat ng basura.

  53. jundp
    January 24, 2010 at 12:28 am


    Ako’y tutula, makatang-makata,
    Ako’y sisinghot, benteng kulangot.
    Narito ang aking tula, basahin ng may mapulot.


    Mga kababayan kong kristiano,
    Magkaisa na po lahat tayo,
    Ng pag-suporta sa isang kandidato,
    Na walang ninanais kundi kapakanan mo.

    Aanhin mo sipag, tiaga at talino,
    Kung gagamitin sa kapahamakan mo,
    Kailangan natin ng isang pangulo,
    May takot sa Dios na tutoo.

    Ang mga tutoong kristiano,
    Na kabilang sa katawan ni Kristo,
    Hindi gagawa ng mga motibo,
    Na makakasira sa kabuuan nito.

    Kaya’t ano pa ang hinihintay ‘nyo,
    Mga kapatid ko kay Kristo,
    Magkaisa na nga lahat tayo,
    Sa isang kandidatong tunay na kristiano.

    Siya’y masipag, matiyaga at matalino,
    At may takot nga sa Dios na tutoo,
    Ang adhikain niya’y kapakanan mo,
    Pagka’t mananagot siya kay Hesukristo.


  54. ykoty
    January 24, 2010 at 3:40 am

    lam nyo hanggang hindi maayos system ng govt. hindi kahit kehaln mawawalan ng corruption. ang problema kasi sa atin yung sistema yung corrupt and stinky… lahat, kahit meron malinis na conscience, magkakaron at magkakaron ng record… we are all but human.. tempted to our limits we will all fall to the same political mistakes

  55. Ricci
    January 31, 2010 at 3:10 am

    Noynoy is a puppy of Cris. Wala sana siyang balak tumakbo kaya lng parang na.pressure nah sah mga taong nkapaligid sa kanya. Imagine if he is already in position. If his back-ups pressure him to corrupt or do something immoral, then no doubt, he’ll do it. Obviously, Noynoy cannot stand on his own.

    Villar is a businessman. Certainly, he is running for his business to grow more. He is not satisfied and is full of greed. He avoids public speaking [remember that first presidential forum when he was absent with the excuse of having a meeting in blah blah and blah blah?], of course he would do anything to get away with questions about his C5 road project, stealing P 6.2 Billion from taxpayers money. So if you hope for the Philippine lands to end up bald, then i recommend you to vote villar.

    What we [YOUTH] really need is a leader who can stand on his own, inspire and influence us, and knows what to do when he is in position. Gilbert Teodoro is the only answer. I feel sorry for those who don’t choose him to be the next leader.

    If none of them, vote for ERAP instead, at siguradong patay ang Pilipinas. Goodbye!

    Gibo is the leader we need!
    Sulong Gibo! Sulong Green Team!

    • January 31, 2010 at 10:35 am

      @Ricci – i have deleted many of your posts where you were insulting or attacking authors and posters in this blog. that is not allowed. refrain from doing so otherwise you will be banned from making a comment in this blog.

    • dona
      March 19, 2010 at 10:59 pm

      true yan ricci, presidenteng may serbisyo hindi ni negosyo, presidenteng may talino hindi tipong nerd at higit sa lahat presidenteng lumalaban despite the odds hindi nagtatago sa shadow ng parents or sister na sa bakuran pa lang nila karagasan na sa mga magsasaka ang pinakita.

  56. January 31, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    good luck s pag habol mu bilang President nag Phil..
    i wish to god n ikaw ang manal0 s Halalan nato
    marami kang mtutulugan
    san fernado nka gibo..sila laht
    bilib sila s iyo..

  57. February 1, 2010 at 11:36 am

    Good Luck, Kelangan natin Piliin C Gibo para hindi tayo magkamali. Gibo tayong lahat. Malakas, matalino at hindi magnanakaw.

    • eliboy
      February 5, 2010 at 11:48 pm

      si noynoy na lang para hindi mahati ang boto. Baka si villar ang manalo.Kawawa naman tayo. mababa kasi ratings ni gibo. mukang hindi kakayanin pataasin hangang mag-eleksyon.

  58. Jaycel
    February 1, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    sa tingin ko, hindi dapat sumabay sa agos ng kasikatan ng ibang nilalang upang malaman kung ang isang kandidato ba ay may ibibigay na husay o kaginhawahan sa ating mga Pilipino.

    hindi rin naman “komo” galing ka sa hirap ay magbibigay ka na rin ng magandang pagbabago sa bayan.

    hindi din isang tapat na lingkod ng Dyos ang aahon sa atin sa kahirapan, hindi ba’t may kasabihan na nasa Dyos ang Awa at nasa Tao ang gawa.

    sa pagkakataong ito, ang hirap malaman kung sino ba talaga ang karapat dapat sa kanila… may 89 na araw pa tayng nalalabi upang mabusisisi at masiyasat ang kandidatong ating dapat ilagay sa ating mga balota.

  59. skulldemon
    February 1, 2010 at 8:55 pm

    Nah! Becoming a politician must really have the skills or abilities to handle a certain municipality or a whole country. It is not important if you’re a top natcher or not as long as you are sincere and you think you can serve well in the public. So vote for the person you think to be deserving in the given position. Vote for the person you think will contribute a lot in our economy.

    Don’t ever think to find a politician who is not corrupt but think of a politician who can do better things in the country because it’s impossible to find a person who doesn’t have the ability of corruption.

  60. tony ng dagupan
    February 3, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    Dapat ginaya ni Gibo si Mar Roxas. Parahin niya yung piloto at sabihin
    “Manong, ako na! Ramdam ko kayo.”

    Puwede rin yung kay Binay.
    “Pag si Gibo, libreng sakay sa eroplano para sa mahihirap. Gaganda ang buhay kay Gibo.”

  61. c-)
    February 4, 2010 at 4:30 pm

    pag si Gibo ang nanalo lahat ng jeepney papalitan na ng eroplano. niyahahahaha!

  62. O_O
    February 5, 2010 at 9:06 am

    A generous Defense Secretary that’s why the Ampatuan’s army had lot’s of weapons in their arsenal than AFP. He is also good on his disaster plan. A well prepared person. Because of his disaster preparedness ads, lots of people lost their homes and some of them died. What a great achievement of Gibo Teodoro!

  63. eliboy
    February 5, 2010 at 11:44 pm

    ok si gibo sa akin. matalino yung tao at mukang sincere. ang problema hindi tumataas ang rating,so mukang hindi noynoy na lang ang iboto natin mga kababayan. kasi kung mahahati ang boto, si villar ang mananalo.kawawa ang pilipinas. sobra kurakot ang villar na iyan. nakadaan na ba kayo sa daang hari.paikot ikot yung daan para lang madaanan ang subdivision ni villar. si villar talaga ang tunay na tuta ni GMA. Dinadaan sa pera ang lahat.

    • kara25
      February 7, 2010 at 10:53 am

      can you explain why you wanted to vote for noynoy? do you know everything about noynoy? do you think noynoy aquino is not corrupt?

      • jaime
        March 18, 2010 at 7:03 pm

        why compare gibo and noynoy only? we still have some presidential candidates.. it’s not a race between gibo and noynoy!

    • kirei
      April 14, 2010 at 1:28 pm

      Hay naku e di mas dapat mong iboto si GIBO kesa bumoto ka sa taong (“na lang”) 2nd choice mo ba siya? well, goodLUCK Philippines!

    February 10, 2010 at 10:03 am


  65. jundp
    February 11, 2010 at 2:14 am

    narito ang isang video na kapag napanood mo ay sigurado akong iiwas-pusoy ka sa lahat ng mga may kinalaman at mga nasa kapangyarihan ng mga panahong iyon na walang ginawa tungkol sa masaker na ito .. panoorin mo at MAKIKITA kung talagang IKAW ay MAKABAYAN ..

  66. slutmachine
    February 11, 2010 at 11:18 am

    GIBO is for BIGO. A defense secretary who did well in arming of ampatuans. He is good in his disaster preparedness that’s why lots of people lost their homes and others died during ondoy. Yeah! Vote for GIBO! GIBO is smart and intelligent and nothing else. Vote for the smart guy!

  67. GIBOistheBEST!
    February 12, 2010 at 2:39 am

    We will always pray for Gilbert Teodoro! Galing at Talino – The 15th President of the Republic of the Philippines!

  68. Ms. Sally
    February 18, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Talino nyan si TIBO kaya talino dn gamitin niya para mangurakot.D ntn siya pwd iboto d sya halimbawa para sa bansa

  69. February 21, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    Naniniwala akong ang bawat presidentiables ay may kakayahan mamuno. NGUNIT di lahat ay may kakayahan pamunuan ang BUONG BANSA. I admire Gibo Teodoro for being an intelligent person. Pero wag naman po sana natin ibase LANG sa katalinuhan..:)

  70. dodon
    February 23, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    • February 23, 2010 at 7:47 pm

      hahaha. teodoro blames other agencies but absolbs himself for the incompetence. he showed during the ondoy/pepeng floods. this video blatantly shows how teodoro and other arroyo officials would always say it is never their fault but someone else’s.

      • the.truth
        April 19, 2010 at 11:27 am

        Tests of leadership
        By Marichu A. Villanueva (The Philippine Star) Updated October 02, 2009 12:00 AM

        While others were busy nitpicking on the sidelines, it is noteworthy that Defense Secretary Gilberto “Gibo” Teodoro Jr. did not allow himself to be distracted from doing his job as chairman of the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC). Since typhoon Ondoy struck last Saturday, Gibo has been on the roll. He is obviously doing his level best given the disaster-response capability of the government, which in itself is in a state of disaster.

        This we saw on TV news as Gibo tried to assuage the public that government officials like him were ready to extend all assistance humanely possible to help those stranded and trapped on the rooftops of their flooded homes. Citing himself as example, Gibo was able to get through the floods by taking the elevated Metro Rail Transit (MRT) to Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City. A lesser stuff leader would just give up trying.

        Given the sheer lack of needed rescue equipment such as rubber boats and transport facilities that could go through more than 10 feet high floods, the NDCC chief would drown on these woes. But fortunately he did not. Gibo showed the kind of leadership needed in these very trying times.

        So it is no easy job to be on the shoes, rather on the rubber boots of Gibo. He did not have to wade through the floods to show he is on the job.

        The immediate task before him is to mitigate the devastation wrought by Ondoy in Metro Manila and the nearby provinces of Rizal, Bulacan, Laguna and Cavite. But given the available rescue resources at his disposal at the NDCC, Gibo had to make the hard decision “to give priority” to areas at most risk of being wiped out. At the height of Ondoy’s onslaught, Gibo identified the cities of Marikina and Pasig and Cainta as the areas where the rescue efforts must focus first.

        It’s more than five days now but some areas in Pasig City and in Rizal Province are still submerged in waist-deep floodwaters. The floodwaters, especially those in Marikina City and in Cainta, Rizal, appear orange-brown. This means topsoil has been washed down. More rainfall at this stage clearly poses more dangers of landslides.

        We are again faced with the threats of “Pepeng” which weather experts fear may develop into a “super” typhoon. Barely coping with the continuing demands of relief operations, Gibo is changing tack. This early, he has deployed the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to implement a “pre-emptive” evacuation of residents living in high-risk places or those prone to severe flooding and landslide. As the NDCC chief, Gibo also mobilized the Philippine National Police to help implement the “pre-emptive” evacuation, especially of women and children and those less physically able to move them out of harm’s way.

        Of course, such forced evacuation is an extreme measure. For sure, a forced evacuation would certainly be met with stiff resistance. The natural instinct of people would be to stay in their homes and protect their remaining valuables. This was the same dilemma of rescuers at the height of Ondoy’s wrath. We could not blame these people when looters are all over the place taking advantage of the calamity situation.

        But another question is, can the government sustain these evacuation centers already teeming with people rescued from Ondoy’s flooding? It is here where civic-spirited individuals and the corporate social responsibility of private companies come in. Our government can do only so much.

        After taking stock of the extent of damage wrought by Ondoy all over Metro Manila and nearby provinces, Gibo raised the call for help to the international community. A leader does not pussyfoot in calling for outside help when faced with odds beyond one’s reach.

        Fortunately, there was immediate response on humanitarian relief assistance that started pouring in from our neighbors and allies. The United States was the first to come to help. Friends from the international community later responded one after the other like China, France, Australia, the European Union, Singapore, Germany, Canada, and many other countries heeding the SOS call of the Philippines.

        Last Tuesday, Gibo had a close call of sort with Mother Nature. Accompanied by PNP Deputy Director General Leopoldo Bataoil, Gibo took a morning flight on board a Vietnam-vintage UH-1H helicopter from Camp Aguinaldo to conduct aerial survey of Ondoy’s damages in Central Luzon. Safely landing at an Army camp in Arayat, Pampanga, they proceeded to the site where the landslides happened killing 12 persons. After they visited the affected residents and condoled with their families, they took off for Manila by noon. But by that time, bad weather started to develop.

        While airborne, the Huey chopper struggled through thick clouds battered by strong winds and heavy rains. I’ve ridden many times in a Huey chopper and I know the feeling inside such a rough ride. A certified fixed-wing pilot, Gibo agreed not to push their luck. They diverted instead to Clark Field where Teodoro and his party planned to proceed to Manila by land.

        With already zero visibility, the pilot was forced to take a precautionary landing at the first clearing he saw. It turned out to be the Ayala Mall in San Fernando City. The chopper had a safe touchdown near a garbage area. Hence, garbage trashes were flown all over the place by the whirring of the huge chopper rotor blades.

        Wearing a ball cap, Gibo was initially accosted by the mall’s security guard and asked them: “Mga sino kayo?” It was only after Gibo removed his cap when the guard finally recognized him. The guard later told Gibo he has seen him on TV during the past few days. While cooling their heels at the mall’s coffee shop, some people started to recognize Gibo and gathered around posing for photographs with him. The group took off an hour later for Manila taking the same Huey chopper.

        If it is any source of comfort for Gibo, at least there is now some increased awareness by people of who he is. But in fairness to the guy, he has resisted using this crisis situation he is busy with, as a platform for his presidential bid. He has the propriety and decency to keep politics aside for now. He must pass more tests of leadership to gain the trust of the people that they can rely on him to save their future.

    • March 3, 2010 at 2:24 pm

      dodon :

      grabe anong klaseng mga tanong yan!! ilang pera ba binayad sa host na yan? i agree with GIBO, during those calamities they’re just running out of resources at ang mahirap pa, once the resources is there dadaan pa sa legislative ang lahat ng resources na yan para sa madali-ang pag tulong. i think he’s not a lousy minister he’s just following the procedures.

    • zaldy gomez
      March 7, 2010 at 9:07 am

      If he became the defense secretary for a long time,he must have done several improvements.He shouldn’t blame other agencies but to defend them since they’ve been both working at the government.

  71. aspasia
    February 25, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    I am quite sad and troubled to read such pasion, even anger in the exchanges above. If there is any anger we need to feel and express, it should be over how economically dislocated and so morally bankrupt the Filipino nation has become. It is a nation run by a national leadership that do not truly know God. It is a country where political posts are sought after with personal vested interests at the core of such ambitions. Unless the Filipino nation can put into effect stringent measures for self preservation, designed to genuinely and effectively prevent anyone holding public office, from the national leaders to the most lowly clerk, there are no significant and guaranteed signs that the Filipino nation will ever be able to get back on its feet again.

    Stop fighting among each other, you are all victimes by an anti-people political system. Instead unite and find ways to institute stringent protective measures that would prevent any powers that be to engage in any anomalous political malpractices. When you succeed in doing this, only those whose hearts are for truly for public service will run for public office.

    No one will protect you, but yourselves. History has proven time and time again, that politicians are not there to be public servants! Why is the nation at the bottom rung of the economic ladder? Who are those whose inexplicable riches grew overnight upong being bestowed public offices by the abnormally trusting Filipiino public?

    You as a nation have your sights off track. Look at your recent history and ask yourselves, what are you willing to do to put into effect the necessary changes, other than shouting at the top of your lungs at your fellow victims, trying to outdo each other just who among your abusers and prospective abusers should have the public mandate to victimize you!

    Wake up! Look at the face of the young and the undeniably pitiful inheritance you will leave them with. Has the Philippine economy ever recovered from the rut it has been in for almost half a century now?

    I think it was Einstein who said that stupidity is doing the same thing and expecting different results! Change the laws of the land the governs the running of the Philippine government from the highest office down to the most lowly of clerks. You all seem to be so smart and wise in who to choose…before you choose, instill the necessary changes, so that choices will ultimately be limited to who is the best public servant among the contenders. Otherwise, you will keep on repeating the same downward cyclical processes.

    I remember somebody told me this before, that a leader is incidental and will only remain a leader for as long as he/she continues to genuinely represent the interests of his/her group or constituency.

    After the elections, all of you would be again powerless, hopeless, disempowered, and disenfranchised, but then again, what’s new? Your real leaders were killed and will still be killed by those you elect into public office and their collaborators, fellow leeches that feed on your blood, sweat, and tears, and those of your young.

    Enough with the pretentions as to how well you know who will be the better master. Time to take an honest look and truthfully scrutinize and assess what is in the Philippine government system that allows for unlimited abuses by the supposed public servants. I think your efforts will best be utilized by doing this. Don’t think you can do this alone. All of you who have gone black and blue in the facing screaming, you need to all get together, and institute the necessary changes in your political system..and NOW!

    If you won’t do it, who would? If not now, then when? The Bible says, “truth shall set you free!” Look for and expose the untruths in your political system and change them.

    Stop being the victim!!!! Those politicians are not there for you!

  72. Leo Jairu Diaz
    March 3, 2010 at 10:59 am

    we r 4 bro eddie villenueva bangon pilipinas……………yeah

  73. March 3, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    well, this is my first time to vote a President for this coming election. And Gibo is my bet. i don’t know if how many people he’d helped and great things that he’ve done before, but im sure im not wasting my vote for him. it seems he has the capabilities to be the next president. and i think he can provide actions to whatever criticism he encounter.

  74. March 11, 2010 at 4:06 pm

    Mga Kababayan or mga supporters ni Noynoy, Villar, Villanueva, at Gibo. Please check this website. This is just one of the fruits of labor that Senator Richard Dick Gordon have planted when he founded SBMA. People of Olongapo and Subic and people who migrated to Olongapo NOW ENJOY. This is just an example of what our country would become if Richard Gordon becomes the president. Sabi nya itaga mo sa bato. He has yet to break his promise. He will always deliver on his promises. The article states “Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co. opened over the weekend a P40-million modern training center in the Subic Bay Freeport. “This training center is just one among the many good things that are happening in the Subic Freeport for the past six months and Hanjin will be the biggest shipyard in the country with a committed investment of more than $1 billion,” said Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority administrator Armand Arreza. “BY 2016, HANJIN WILL MANUFACTURE THE WORLD’S LARGEST GAS TANKER AND CARGO SHIP IN THIS FACILITY MANPOWER REQUIREMENT: INITIALLY AROUND 7,000 AND WILL PEAK TO 40 THOUSAND DIRECT AND INDIRECT WORK OPPORTUNITIES.”

    Click this link…… Subic Bay is looking for Filipino skilled workers. If you ever get a job, please remember it is because of Senator RICHARD DICK GORDON’S relentless effort to create Jobs for Filipinos. Sa Subic or Olongapo, doon nyo makikita ang daloy ng buhay. So instead of volunteering for Villar, Noynoy, or Erap, get a job and help the country move forward. TAYO NA SA PAGBABAGO! PAALALA LANG PO. BAWAL ANG TAMAD AT TANGA SA OLONGAPO.

  75. Doris Lositano
    March 13, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    Gibo stands out. I will support him all the way.

  76. March 14, 2010 at 2:29 am

    In fairness, nag-enjoy akong panoorin si Gibo sa mga forums. Pero lets not forget. Si Edu ang Vice President nya. Sino mga Senators? Bong Revilla and Lito Lapid, among others. WAW! Kung seryoso si Gibo at talagang memalasakit sa bayan, di nya gagawin yan.

    After studying about it much, ke Gordon ako. Sigurado.

  77. March 14, 2010 at 2:57 am

    mga bogo mong tanan.. mga yawa mo..

    • the.truth
      April 13, 2010 at 2:02 am

      ayaw apil diri if ana lang imong reply! kinsay bugo if wa man sad ka tarong na opinion!

  78. dona
    March 19, 2010 at 10:40 pm

    been reading a lot bout the presidentiables, and its only GIBO that do not have much bad issue except that he is linked to PGMA. That is bad comments (i should say) because for noynoy ang ayoko sa kanya, he is standing on the shadow of his parents..and his sister na OA na malandi pa…Mabuti kung maganda ang performance ng parents nya (may they rest in peace) wala naman halos lahat “FALSE HOPES” lang.

    i appreciate GIBO, despite the bad image of PGMA, he still run as the LAKAS bet and proudly on his own image he stood with integrity. Mabuti bad image si PGMA, kung hindi ang dami sigurong nag-agawan sa presidential bet ng lakas. BUT DESPITE ALL ODDS GIBO IS HERE TO STAY.


  79. kirei
    March 23, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    Ganda ng wife GIBO bagay na first lady ha ha ha, dipa ko decided hum to vote

  80. leah
    March 24, 2010 at 11:48 am

    talino at galing.oo kaya during his time as defense secretary alam nya galaw ng amptuan pero nagawa ba niyang disarmahan?hindi diba katwiran nya kulang sa facility at hi-technology ang afp?its not about lacking of budget its lacking of will na tanggalan ng kapangyarihan ang umabuso dito.He did never defend nation,ng makidnap ang volunteers ng redcross.whos the one cross in line? ITS GORDON!Gordon have it all.he has the will to rule people.even turning ashes into gold to his people.hindi nangangako bagkus gumawa ng paraan para sa kanyang mamamyan.ang buhay na alamat ng gapo.Gibo does’nt prove anything yet,he give his best para makilala all for himself not for the sake of masa.Gordon has provin evrything. he serve his people to uleashed there very best.he serve his nation.yet he is not loosing his integrity.he is an achiever.!a face of a true ruler!

    • the.truth
      April 12, 2010 at 1:43 pm

      Actually, due to the lack of resources of the government, GIBO wasn’t able to help much. He did help but it wasn’t publicly heroic as people would have thought since he is running for president. It is unfair for GIBO if we blame him for the hundreds of deaths. It was a natural calamity, and there’s nothing we can do about it. As for the private armies, that was a bill passed by Pres. Cory Aquino during her terms. WE do need private armies since we lack soldiers. As for Senator Gordon, he lacks character.

      Senator Gordon was once a passenger of my sister in this airline. He was seated in the economy class. He saw that all the “big” people was in the business class, he demanded that he be placed there as well. For me, that shows his character.

      GIBO was also a passenger of my sister. This happened way before he was running for president. He was seated in the business class & there was also this guy seated at the economy class. The guy seated in the economy class had a cast in his whole leg. When they boarded the plane, Gibo asked my sister if they could switch places since the business class was way comfy & has much more space. He also gave his free food to that passenger. My sister back then didn’t know what GIBO looked like. My sister appreciated the passenger’s actions, so she wanted to know who this person is..and there, it was GIBO himself. After I heard my sister’s story, I knew who I am going to vote for ..

      Do you see the big picture? Compassion & a man’s character doesn’t need to be publicly shown. It is what you do, even if people are not watching, matters.

  81. marilyn flores
    March 28, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    i vote for gibo among the 2010 presidentiables because i find him sincere and brilliant… nakakahiya naman kung yung iba pa piliin natin mukhang pangako lang at ala laman pinagsasabi

  82. leah
    March 28, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    leah :talino at galing.oo kaya during his time as defense secretary alam nya galaw ng amptuan pero nagawa ba niyang disarmahan?hindi diba katwiran nya kulang sa facility at hi-technology ang afp?its not about lacking of budget its lacking of will na tanggalan ng kapangyarihan ang umabuso dito.He did never defend nation,ng makidnap ang volunteers ng redcross.whos the one cross in line? ITS GORDON!Gordon have it all.he has the will to rule people.even turning ashes into gold to his people.hindi nangangako bagkus gumawa ng paraan para sa kanyang mamamyan.ang buhay na alamat ng gapo.Gibo does’nt prove anything yet,he give his best para makilala all for himself not for the sake of masa.Gordon has provin evrything. he serve his people to uleashed there very best.he serve his nation.yet he is not loosing his integrity.he is an achiever.!a face of a true ruler!

  83. March 31, 2010 at 7:36 pm

    gibo has capability to lead the country, before the international community. gibo tayo

  84. rolan
    April 6, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    Why ABS-CBN could not broadcast the news that GIBO is winning the on-line polls?
    It is because, they are;
    System –

  85. chavril
    April 11, 2010 at 1:01 am

    i will certainly vote for gibo.!!!
    wala clang lahat sa pinag-aralan nya…
    paano naman yayaman ang pilipinas kung hindi isang matalinong tao iboboto natin?!!!
    most of the people here hated gloria, bakit naman???
    marami cyang nagawa…pro di lang nila alam!!!
    kasi ang mga taong ito ay gusto lang ng panandaliang ginhawa…..
    in short ” mga tamad na tao”
    dollar rate is gowing down,..!!so ibig sabihin unti-unti ng bumabangon ang ating economiya..kahit sa panahon ngayon ay patuloy parin syang binabatikos…ginagawa pa rin nya ang kanyang trabaho….
    if u accuse her as corrupt, well tanongin nyo naman sarili nyo….miminsan bah hindi nyo ginawa yan..!!!i doubt it….lahat tayo ay nakagawa na….

    maraming tao ang hindi gustong bumoto sa kanya dahil ka-partido nya si PGMA..
    ano ba namang utak yan…hindi naman sya si gloria….pedro is pedro….juan is juan….so hindi ibig sabihin porque kapartido cla gagawin din nya ang mga maling ginawa “daw” ni gloria….

    ano ba naman ang pwedeng ipagmalaki ni NOYNOY sa kanyang sarili???
    wala dba…wala cyang nagawa sa kanyang mga posisyon…
    he is only proud of his parents..he has nothing to be proud of himself.
    wag na rin kayong magtaka sa ABS-CBN ganyan talaga sla…..may pinapaboran…..unlike GMA-7…mas-mabuti pa cguro si villar compared to noynoy..napayaman nya ang kanyang ibig sabihin mayroon talaga syang ginawa….pro natatakot lang tayo bumoto sa kanya kasi sa dami bah naman ng perang sinayang nya sa mga ads nya, di ba nya yun babawiin?!!!hahahaha……………

    sana may mag-palabas ng mga credentials at achievements ng mga candidates….
    tingnan lang natin kung sino ang magstand-out….

    GO GIBO……

  86. dm
    April 12, 2010 at 9:47 am

    win or lose, GIBO.. our family and my OFW friends will support you… GO! GO! GIBO!! …
    GIBO has definitely clear vision & plans for our country. and look at his credibility, capacity and his background, nothing to compare with other candidates… ang iba dala lang ng kani-kanilang popularity and mga salita.. but the truth is, they are nothing…


  87. the.truth
    April 12, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    GIBO is the best choice! Vote wisely guys!:)

  88. cholo jopson
    April 12, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    find the change in gibo’s sincerity and capability to lead the land. go gibo, go!

    April 14, 2010 at 2:23 pm

    I was once a supporter of manny villar but then I change my mind because he has lots of TV ADS, it already reaches hundreds of million, now I changed to Noynoy, kaso he does have the power to lead.. Try to think if noynoy could run the Government of the philippines where in fact he didnt even plan to run for the position of president, he was just overwhelm by the advises and the people who symphatizd during the last moment of President Cory.. He did not vision the Philippines to improve into a higher pedestal of development.. I raise my hand for GIBO TEODORO because despite of being in the administration.. I salute him for the very great answers and ideas he have. What you can share to the public is what you think, believe and stand to.. With regards to the issue of CORRUPTION.. Why is that most of the people says that if GIBO will win, there is still corruption,, WHY? Do you believe that if NOYNOY or VILLAR or sino pa yang mga presidentiables na yan ang manalo, CORRUPTION will be at EASE?? DO you think corruption in the LOCAL PROVINCES,CITIES and even the BARANGAY GOVERMENT will be eliminated??? therefore, dont and never say that CORRUPTIONN will be at ease if NOYNOY or VILAR will win..
    I will stand with my feet and raise my one loud voice::: GIBO for PRESIDENT: GALING AT TALINO.

    April 15, 2010 at 11:23 am

  91. cholo jopson
    April 15, 2010 at 11:22 pm

    so what’s the point in that youtube’s video?…subliminally what? terrorism. it’s a crap! post something through which people could weigh in with pleasant thoughts. to the author of that video, keep it and let it be seen by your growing children!

  92. lau
    April 19, 2010 at 8:50 am

    Ill go for Gibo, hes the best candidate for my family, I even campaign for him in the Brgys, hes the one.He never throws dirty propaganda to others like the 2 presidentiable,

  93. James
    April 19, 2010 at 11:55 pm

    mabuti pa si sir gibo hindi scripted ang sinasabi di katulad nang iba dyan…

  94. M16
    April 20, 2010 at 8:38 am



  95. artist
    April 20, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    GIBO will not be the puppet of Arroyo’s admin., gibo have his own decisions that will make the country better!

  96. April 21, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    i will elect my president for the first time, and i will vote for Mr. GIBO.. i am not influenced by anybody for this decision, it’s just that i believe that this man can help the philippines to rise from its downfall.. he is incomparably competent.. he speaks not much about himself, but more on his plans, his ideas, his ambitions for our country.. and so far, he is the least candidate tainted with scandal and corruption.. FILIPINOS, let us vote WISELY this time..

  97. ditch ing
    April 23, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    vote him and you helped the ampatuan clan gain power again. vote him and learn to become blabbermouth.

    • weehhh
      April 25, 2010 at 2:17 pm

      So you are talking about Noynoy, whose mother Cory installed and armed the Ampatuans?

    • Sicarior
      May 3, 2010 at 10:34 pm

      Oh Hi Noynoy, are you going to retract the private armies down south after what your mother did? No? How about the Hacienda Luisita at Tarlac? No? Well then what’s you’re game pla- You don’t have any!? Why the hell are you running!?

    April 24, 2010 at 8:06 pm



    • May 4, 2010 at 7:57 am

      “Pinakita Niya sa kin hindi po ang mukha ni Gilbert Teodoro, kundi ang nakita ko sa aking harapan ay si President Obama. Nagkamayan kami, nagyakapan kami, nagpalitrato kami, ngunit sa uluhan po namin ay nakita ko, hindi po Barack Obama ang kanyang pangalan, alam niyo po kung ano? Gib Obama, Gibo Obama,” he said.

      These are the words of Galing at Talino’s endorser and spiritual adviser. Hindi ako magaling at lalong hindi matalino pero iiwas ako sa mga taong nagsasabi ng ganito. hehehe!!

  99. dodi
    April 25, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    Many doctors and other health caregivers are voting for GIBO! Me too! Gibo is the man!

    April 25, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    Bastat Akoy GIBO walang makakapagbago ng aking boto.Lalong hindi ko iboboto ang mga kandidatong walang alam sa mundo at walang plataforma at hindi makapagbibigay ng IDEA tungkol sa bansa dahil walang alam kundi mangurakot lala na ngayong gumastos ng milyong milyong salapi sa EECTION.

  101. emma
    April 26, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    pano kaya maintindihan ng mga masa that this is not an emotion that can change the country but each and everyones responsibility to change. Must come from within, a resolve to change. Aasa na naman sa pangako and you will see the same people marching. Ano ba un trabaho na talaga – comontra lang ng estado. Hmmm

  102. kiko
    April 27, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    sincere c GIBO but I will still vote for GORDON at (BAYANI o BINAY)..”GAWA AT PATULOY NA GAGAWA HINDE NGAWA”.need natin medyo strict leadership, may action at disiplina 2lad ng singapore leadership para may marating naman pinas.majority ng voters 2day are youths & young adults.meron po tayo magagawa if solid tayo.nakakahiya na po tayo kapag mali uli ang maiboto natin.what will happen s malacanan f ndun c kris?my gulay naman!!!

  103. bel john louie garcia
    April 28, 2010 at 7:49 pm

    dapat gibo go gibo! GIBO-may malasakit may galing at talino!
    pero ung iba jan may malasakit nga wala naman nagaw at meron ding iba jan may galing nga magnanakaw naman!

  104. jaime
    April 29, 2010 at 12:05 am

    try to check the plataporma ng ibang candidates…dont depend so much on galing at talino! for JC de los reyes and panalo!

  105. April 29, 2010 at 1:55 am

    first time ko din bumoto at umpisa plang GIBO nq.. cgurado akong xa ang dapat na maupo sa pwesto.. lately, nwawalan nq ng pag-asa n manalo xa.. salamat at nhanap ko tong site n to at nag-karoon ulit ako ng pag-asang “may mgagawa pa ang isa kong boto” manalo matalo GIBO parin ako.. go GIBO!! pinaglalaban kita sa pamilya at mga kaibigan.. GIBO! GIBO Teodoro for President.. wala ng iba..

  106. ara
    April 29, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    pero we have to know what they can do, experience is one factor. Kc hindi n pwedeng trial or error pagnanalo n cla, tingnan nyo track records ng mga kandidato to know who’s the best among them.making choices-guide to presidential candidates- maKE UR dEcIsiOn based on this not on what other tells u.

    • the.truth
      April 30, 2010 at 1:34 am

      hi.. i just saw the content of the link you posted, no doubt, Gibo is the best candidate..:)

  107. Zeitgeist Addendum
    April 30, 2010 at 12:09 am


    If you want to understand what I’m trying to say, just watch “ZEITGEIST ADDENDUM” at You can download it also at or other file sharing sites. Hope to hear your feedbacks about the video about your realizations. You will feel funny on how die hard you are on supporting your candidate without knowing that CHANGE IS NOT COMING BECAUSE OF THE CURRENT MONETARY SYSTEM OF OUR PLANET. Pinapaasa lang tayo all over again =)

    Gibo, wala akong masabi sayo but I think you have good credentials. Pero sa totoo lang, mali yung ginawa mo na you linked yourself with the administration. I personally think that you lost so many points because of that and will be the cause of you not winning this race. Too bad my friend. Good luck na lang! =)

  108. mindevz
    April 30, 2010 at 7:05 am

    ako gibo pa rin. i dont believe in surveys which purpose is trending to convince voters that they should vote for winners of poll surveys so as not to waste their votes. well, this is political strategies but sad to say past records show that winners in pollster/s heve not become president. Do you think the lopezes who owns ABS-CBN has no hidden agenda in supporting noynoy aquino to the extent of spending the amount for refund of excessive electric bill collected from meralco users for noynoy tv ads? oh come on… who is fooling who? mga pinoy na boboto kay noynoy within the meralco jurisdiction naisip nyo ba ito? woe unto you kung magpaloko kayo that nobody’s benefitting for the all out support of noynoy by the lopezes.sinong nalloloko kayo. huh

  109. Daisy Rose
    April 30, 2010 at 11:23 am

    Gilbert Teodoro Jr.
    15th President
    Republic of the Philippines

  110. Jonahpie
    May 1, 2010 at 1:38 am

    may nagsabi sa akin na sayang daw ang boto ko kay Gibo dahil talaga daw talo…. sabi ko naman manalo o matalo kay GIBO pa rin ako….. mas maasasayang ang boto ko kung boboto ako sa taong hindi ko gusto.
    huwag kayo maniwala sa sabi2x lang. Dapat talaga nating piliin yong taong may paninindigan, may GALING at TALINO!

  111. makista
    May 3, 2010 at 8:27 pm

    lahat ng mga nag post sa taas ko ay puro matalino lahat may sariling kuro kuro at opinyun tungkol sa mahalal na pangulo.

  112. kattie
    May 4, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Alam nyo di naman talaga natin alam kung sino sa kanila ang totoo na kandidato kaya mahirap mamili kung sino ang iboboto sa May 10, 2010 pero bilang Pilipino obligasyon natin ang bumoto. Para makapili ako sa mga kandidato kung sino talaga ang nararapat sa kanila, ang ginawa ko ay thru elimination at ang result ng elimination ko SI GIBO TEODORO ang syang lumabas, kaya sa May 10, 2010 decided na ako na sya ang aking iboboto sampu ng pamilya ko. Alam nyo yang mga tumatakbo matagal na yan naka upo sa gobyerno, matagal na silang sigaw ng sigaw nang kung ano ano pati ba naman ngayon GANUN pa rin ang sigaw nila. Dapat Tayong mga botante magising na, dapat lahat ng mga dati ng character na nagpatakbo ng gobyerno natin ay tanggalin na, kasi di tayo susulong sa mga ginagawa nila na puro media mileage, dyan lang ba napupunta ang pera ng Pilipinas na pinapasweldo sa kanila puro sila ngawa, bangayan tapunan ng putik wala namang perpekto sa kanila.Dapat tayong mga botante ay magising na, Palitan na natin ng bagong anyo ang mga namumuno ng gobyerno natin, Give other a CHANCE to serve this country. Lets VOTE for GIBO TEODORO for PRESIDENT this coming May 10, 2010. He has the Personality to represent the Philippines in the International Community.

  113. tara therese barbanida
    May 5, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    G1BO is the best pick! i wish filipinos were more wiser and wont settle for less! dito na tayo sa sigurado 🙂

  114. crispa imson
    May 5, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    2010 national election will be my 5th time to exercise my right to vote. i didn’t care at all kung matalo man ang chosen candidate ko noon but this time malaki ang panghihinayang ko at malulungkot ako if GIBO won’t make it. If he becomes our President feeling ko kasi gaganda na ang takbo ng kalagayan ng ating bansa in many aspects, he can command the respect of people around him, kasi nakita ko sa kanya ang qualities of a true leader. We co exist with other nations, nakapangliliit naman tingnan bilang Pilipino na aanga-anga lang ang Presidente mo sa harap ng ibang heads of state – yan kapag hindi si GIBO ang mag represent sa ating bansa. I will do my share of helping Gibo win the Presidency by praying.

  115. pinoy observer
    May 6, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    i will NOT vote for :

    noynoy – because he’s just a trapo in yellow clothing.

    erap – because he’s erap.

    gordon – because he lied. the 9th sun-ray on the flag is for ALL mindanao, not just for muslims.

    villanueva – because he’s clueless, just like noynoy.

    villar – because he’s failed to come clean on what’s been accused of him.

    madrigal – because she’s not worthy.

    de los reyes – because he’s not yet worthy. better if he ran for senator first.

    gibo – hmm why not ?
    – of all people, why pick edu as VP? weird.
    – of all people, why piss off danding? strange.
    – of all people, why train under estelito mendoza? creepy.
    – of all people, why did GMA pick him as presidential candidate? befuddling.
    – of all people, why do other candidates pick him as their ‘next-best’ choice? mysterious.

    why not indeed ?

  116. Pierre Raoul Valencia Parrenas
    May 6, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    G1BO is the man with the heart and a vision….

  117. makista
    May 6, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    kahit sino manalo basta tuparin lng nila ang kanilang sinasabi

  118. makista
    May 6, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    wak ka mag sabi ng patapos

  119. edgar
    May 7, 2010 at 5:35 am

    we tested intelligent personalities like gloria for one; and it was all in vain because of anomalies and corruption causing her to bareface. but gloria’s intelligence is hers, and gibo’s intelligence is his too. do not expect from two persons with same acumen to have same reflexes and instincts. by any sense of logic, no two individuals with same level of intelligence share the same manner of thinking and opining about certain things, and in the same way, they don’t have same magnitudinal outlooks. but anyway, these are how people with mentalities below waistline think. this is their share of the world’s imperfection. whether you like it or not, and by any scheme of things, gibo has the best qualifications among the presidentiables.

  120. jan
    May 8, 2010 at 10:49 pm

    ang kabataan ang pag.asa nang bayan. kya si Gibo ang daan para makamit ang pag.asang hinahangad nang bayan. When Gibo teodoro visited our school (University of Cebu)last feb/March, he told the student that when become the president of this country, he will give 100% priority to the youth people. in other words, me as a youth i need to choose the president that thinking the key people, which is the youth.. right? Galing at talino po tayong lahat.. Manny pacman said to Villar’s campain ad.. bakit tayo pipili sa taong laban ng laban sa salita? and in my side… Bakit dapat natin iboto ang taong possibleng mangurakot sa bansa (villar)? Bakit hindi si Gibo nalang? try to think of it every1. make a change by Gibo. thats all.. Gooo.. for Gibo Teodoro..

  121. ra
    May 10, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    Gibo enough said

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