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june 30 noynoy aquino oath taking – wear yellow, yellow baller bands, ribbons on cars & homes

to celebrate noynoy aquino’s election win, his oath taking as president and to show support to the new president – turn the whole country into yellow.

wear yellow, put yellow ribbons on cars and in homes, wear the aquino baller bands, wear noynoy t-shorts on june 30 as noynoy takes his oath of office.

  1. June 21, 2010 at 10:14 am

    We are numb for that calling, our body and soul and especially our mind are already numbed with all the promises that until now, we, Filipinos still crawling like a snake for too much hunger and poverty…Noynoy and Cory are no different and other past presidents…..I hope he will open his eyes for all of this problem for the majority masses, and not for just a few elites. Thank you and more power.

    • Binoy
      June 29, 2010 at 9:34 am

      tigilan muna pagsasabi na ikaw ay “Filipino”..mukha namang hinde..panay ka ingles, imber na sumuporta ka, puro negatibo pa pananaw mu…mahilig ka siguro kumain ng ampalaya…”BITTER” ka kasi…hahaha

    • Rara
      June 30, 2010 at 6:00 pm

      Hhmmm..kailangan nalang nating mag “trust” kay Noynoy… Sana nga hindi mapako ang kaniyang mga pangako para sa bayan…

      Sana mabayaran na ang utang ng Pilipinas…

  2. Hannah
    June 21, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    Comments of Roselyn is uncalled for. If you do not believe it’s better to keep it to yourself.

    or maybe starting thinking of something that can help the coming administration. This way if you participate, you can feel going forward.

    The reason Noynoy Aquino accepted the presidency, he would like to try. I hope you can try to help too.

  3. Hannah
    June 21, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    It is very obvious majority of the voters believe in the capabilities of President elect Noynoy Aquino.

    But this is how democracy works. We have freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom to criticize.

    The president is not superman. He is also human like us. Another human being who is willing to take the chance and do something to help us all. I wonder if we give our support and help him would make it easier for him.

    I do believe that the Filipino people are kind and sensitive people. Let us not forget the volunteers who unselfishly gave their time and effort for the cause to change. They all believe that we can do something for our country.

  4. Hannah
    June 21, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    We have a new President who is a very simple person, down to earth, honest and dignified. That is his main weapon during the campaign and eventually on the day of election.

    Let us now start do our share and give some help. Help him catch the thief. That is plain and simple. It would do a lot of good for the country.

  5. Hannah
    June 21, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    My eyebrows are going up forehead about your comment Roselyn. Please look at yourself first before you say that. You are so rude. The former President Cory is respected around the world and yet you can say those nasty words.

    I hope you wake up and ready your history. Or maybe you can go to the library and research.

    • June 21, 2010 at 5:00 pm

      That is what we may call the destructive result of ignorance. What she actually implies is that the Philippines is doomed to annihilation. A lover of tragedy!

  6. Marie
    June 22, 2010 at 6:41 am

    I recently had the opportunity to have an 11 year old, 13 year old, and 15 year old youth from the Philippines who stayed with me for two weeks. They have been in the US for four weeks. During their two-week stay with me, I was shocked to learn how they were educated in PI. Their speaking, reading and writing abilities were so disappointing, I wonder what the educational system in PI is doing to the youth. The children confessed to me that the things they learned staying with me for two weeks was more than they have learned going to school in Manila. They learned reading, writing and speaking proper English within a short period of time. Most of all, they learned “the basics of life” which they had no clue prior to coming to US. I’m sad to say that if the product of the educational system in PI is similar to the kind of education these three youths have, the Philippines is in BIG trouble. No wonder Filipinos are exploited in the world…most times exploited by their own people. I hope the newly elected officials put their money where their mouth is. Instead of donating school supplies to students in the Philippines, teach the children high quality education so they can compete around the world. This means paying the educators and teachers higher salaries so they can afford to further their own education and teach their students an education that they can be proud of wherever they go in the world. And to those who continue to be proud of the Aquinos, speaking like they are the new Gods, don’t complain if your candidate does not deliver the goods– on time!

    • June 22, 2010 at 7:48 am

      philippine education has suffered very much in the past years. your experience with those youths are nothing compared to most of the poor families in the country. almost all public schools specially those in areas with high concentration of people have 3 shifts in the use of the classroom – too many students, too few classrooms, plus the classrooms are packed like sardines, no aisle space, just chairs side by side across the room.

      i do not think supporters view aquino as a new God. what you are seeing is the excitement and great hope of having a new president coming from the arroyo admin.

    • June 22, 2010 at 8:49 am

      I would be interested to host for 2 weeks an 11 year old, 13 year old, and 15 year old youths all schooled by the US public education system. I am curious to know their “basics of life” as English, the reading and speaking of it, is already an advantage to them. But writing English by them is another story. I have friends who teach in US public schools and they have a lot to say about their students, too.

      • June 22, 2010 at 9:14 am

        there is something here. asian students in american schools are known to be get much better grades than americans.

      • June 23, 2010 at 10:33 am

        I work as a technical support representative for a US-based software company. Almost all clients are Americans, and I can’t be proud of the way they use English whether orally or written. When you chat with them, they are just like Filipino texters who are not conscious about grammar, capitalization, and punctuations. Many of them are not so respectful. Their attitude reflects their view of life.

        Of course, there are those who you would want to be friends with and wish you could talk to for a long period of time.

        I am aware about the low quality of education in our country, especially in most public schools, but I would not believe common Americans can teach high quality English and basics of life to common Filipinos.

  7. June 23, 2010 at 10:50 am

    Roselyn :

    We are numb for that calling, our body and soul and especially our mind are already numbed with all the promises that until now, we, Filipinos still crawling like a snake for too much hunger and poverty…Noynoy and Cory are no different and other past presidents…..I hope he will open his eyes for all of this problem for the majority masses, and not for just a few elites. Thank you and more power.

    those are the ills of the arroyo admin which we are all hoping the aquino admin will fix for the country.

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