Netizens quips Nancy Binay’s apparent win

As of this writing, Vice Presidential daughter and UNA Senatorial candidate Nancy Binay still ranks 5th with 12,480,011 votes. Her apparent win is not well accepted by social media people and netizens.

While even before the election she was already been target of different memes and ire from the netizens, her imminent win became a bigger chance for the discontented to pour more satire and jokes about her.

Below are some of the MEMEs about Nancy and certain people’s reaction on her candidacy and her apparent win.











It’s really amazing how Filipinos can come up with this funny messages. Just proves that Filipinos whenever or whatever stress is happening in the surroundings there will always be comic relief to make the situation lighter.

*Credits to the owners of the photo taken from Facebook and Google search

Team PNoy dominating the Senate race 9-3 (Latest Result)

teampnoyOne day after the mid-term election, official counts from the COMELEC is now coming in. And based on the latest count, former MTRCB chief Grace Poe-Llamanzares still continues to take the lead in the Senatorial race with 13,548,886 votes. She is followed by Sen. Loren Legarda with 12,328,510 votes and coming in 3rd place is Sen. Chiz Escudero who gathered 11,722,785 votes.

Based on the top 12 rankings, Team PNoy candidates dominate the race with 9 Senatorial candidate making it in the top 12, while UNA candidates got 3 slots in the names of Nancy Binay (5th), JV Ejercito (11th) and Gringo Honasan (12th).

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2013 Mid-term Election partial results, Grace Poe leads the Senatorial race

grace-poe2Today, the Philippines have gone through another democratic process via Election. Luckily in my own precinct I didn’t experience any trouble which many of our Kababayans have experienced. Some have dealt with mal-functionining PCOS Machines, long queues, missing voter’s registration, and others.

Other areas also were marked by election related violence, like the Cayetano-Tinga supporters brawl in Taguig. In Cavite, Revillas were investigated by the Cavite police for alleged cuddling of armed men. Meanwhile, in Manila, some armed men were also captured by the police for violating election gun-ban, because they were seen roaming Rosauro Almario Elementary School carrying firearms.

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What is your name?

PoliticalNames“Ahhh you’re the daughter of the Mayor”

First day of class in one public high-school;

Teacher: Ok, good morning class, I’m Mrs. Santiago and I will be your adviser for this school year. And to start, introduce yourselves first.

Student1: Good morning Mrs. Santiago, good morning classmates, I’m Teresa Aragon from Richville Dynasta Subdivision.

Teacher: Ohhh, you’re the daughter of the Mayor, you must be good like your father.

Student2:  Good morning ma’am and classmates, I’m Carlo dela Cruz Jr, from Brgy Dos.

Teacher: Carlo dela Cruz Jr? Anak ka ni Caloy, ang makulit na batang naging estudyante ko, Tsk tsk wag ka sana mag-mana sa tatay mo.


When we were kids, the most frequent question asked to us was “What is your name?” Every time we see strangers who got fond of us we can immediately expect they will ask for our names.

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Team PNoy overpowers UNA in the latest SWS survey

SWSBWLOGOTeam UNA maybe the first to launch their “campaign”, but according to the latest SWS survey commissioned by Business World, it is Team PNoy whom voters preferred to vote.

Based on the latest SWS survey conducted on Feb 15-17, just right after the start of official campaign period for the National candidates, Team PNoy leads UNA candidates getting 9 out of 12 possible Senate seats. According also to the survey, it is Team PNoy candidates who dominates the top 6 ranking where Sen. Loren Legarda, Sen. Chiz Escudero and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano getting the top 3 spots.

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COMELEC introduces “Boy Bawal”

comelecboybawalThe Commission on Elections (COMELEC) recently introduces “Boy Bawal”, its poster boy against campaign violations in line with the upcoming May 2013 midterm elections.

The video which was produced by COMELEC’s Education and Information Department, run for about 2 minutes, it showed “Boy Bawal” listing and enumerating all the “Don’ts” during the campaign period.

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