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Binay Administration: No more Filipino will die without medical treatments

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Many concerned Filipinos are confident that there will be no more horror features on news regarding people appealing desperately for medical help for their sick family member – because they cannot afford the treatment when Vice President Jejomar Binay becomes president. It’s hilarious that even for cases as basic as dengue or severe diarrhea to terminal diseases like cancer, diabetes or even mental illnesses – most Filipinos have nowhere to go to.

Unlike in the first world countries, HIV-AIDS cases are not even monitored due to high cost of retro-viral boosters. Affected Filipinos will just drop dead of pneumonia or flu without knowing what really happened. Personal hygiene awareness are also not widely campaigned for – how much more teaching people how to live or deal with HIV affected family members? The masses are still very indifferent with this issue despite the high number of HIV-AIDS affected individuals in the country.

In Makati where V.P. Binay served most of his 30 years in public service, this is not an issue. The health centers are fully manned with medical practitioners and equipped with the facilities needed – not to mention the free medicines, vaccinations and vitamins especially for children and senior citizens. Modern cataract operation is also available on schedule at Ospital ng Makati or Osmak and other services.

Hopefully soon, the rest of the Filipinos can already experience the quality healthcare that V.P. Binay aimed for – for his countrymen.

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FPJ’s Wisdom: Binay is a good man

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
The dead will always find a way to show their sentiments through their closest kin – on vital happenings involving their loved ones. If one is chosen as a channel for their message, he or she cannot have peace of mind unless made known by others and Ron Poe has his way of doing it – through Facebook.

He posted on his status: “My father walked inside a room and 3 (three) 5 Star General saluted him. My papa immediately approached them and said. “General, ako dapat ang sumasaludo sa inyo dahil ang buhay nyo ang kapalit para sa bansa natin”.
With so much respect my papas character was overwhelming to others. And when he ran for President in 2004, (And everyone knew he won that election… Like duhh 😳) he chose Jejomar Binay to become his spokesperson. Binay answered and spoke for my father in times that he wasn’t available. My father would never ever… ever let anyone speak in his behalf if he truly wasn’t worthy or trusted. But he let Binay… Why? Because my father knows that he is a good man.”

Here’s the screen shot of his FB post and link to more details:


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Binay has a Heart therefore Not Answering Yes or No

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
It was observed that Vice Presidet Jejomar Binay did not answer Yes or No quickly during the Quick Answer portion of the last Presidential Debate held in Dagupan, Pangasinan recently. If you analyze the question, most of the queries thrown to him were not answerable by Yes or No – given that he is a human rights lawyer. He did answered Yes to PGMA’s plight for humanitarian reasons. Let’s analyse a few:

Will you put Mayor Duterte in prison? – For what? Is he found guilty beyond reasonable doubt?

Will you release Ampatuan? – He needs fair tial – in fact, he’s not yet summoned and already serving a jail term.

Will you impeach Conchita Carpio Morales? – Will exercise being a unifying President (The Surpreme Court Justice’s cases are political in nature)

Will you release President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo from prison? Absolutely, Yes – PGMA deserves to regain her freedom.

Will you allow Australian mining? It will depend on the kind of process presented. If responsible mining, then yes.

ABS-CBN should have put a lot of thoughts in structuring the questions – so that they can be answered with Yes or No by a principled man – who would think a hundred times before giving his thoughts for sensitive issues. Not just for the sake of answering quickly and pleasing the audience for entertainment sake. After all, that was a Presidential debate. He truly has a heart!

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Binay to Poe: She Traded her Filipino Nationality ’cause she’s Ashamed to be one

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Vice President Jojo Binay asked Grace Poe: why Drop being a Filipino when you can still work in the U.S.? He added; by pledging allegiance to the United States, Grace Poe is inhibiting or leaving her rights to be a Filipino because she is ashamed to be one.

Grace Poe replied by saying that she did not want to be away from her family – and her renouncing her Filipino citizenship did not mean that she does not love the Philippines anymore. It was just needed at that time. You can leave the Philippines but can’t leave being a Filipino. This is also true to many Filipino migrants abroad but the only difference is, they are not that ambitious to be president of the Philippines like Grace Poe.

It is very clear that this aspiring American presidential candidate in the Philippines would trade anything – just to get what she wants and not even thinking about the welfare of Filipinos who will suffer if she becomes president who will just drop national interests if those do not suit her well – given his inexperience in local politics and zero accomplishments in community public service.

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Only Binay Prioritizes Filipino Welfare

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Our People, Our Pride – the vital brand or product of the Philippines are its people. This can be seen through the services of overseas Filipino workers in different countries. Known to be naturally compassionate, industrious, courteous and happy deep within, sevicing others is just a joy for us.

The political platform of Vice President Jejomar Binay for the upcoming May 9, 2016 Presidential election clearly states the essense of quality living for Filipinos here and abroad. Healthcare, education, livelihood, elderly benefits and many more are structured wisely in Makati that can be funded through business ventures. The same model will be applied to the rest of the cities in the country.

It’s about time to be proud being a Filipino again – because when he is president, we can live a progressive life with compassion to share our blessings to others. A safe and comfortable life that would equip our people to attain their vital aspirations to contribute in making this world a better place to be.

Now is the time to take care of the people who are caring for the world in general.