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Philippine Politics and search terms related to Philippine Politics are searched via blog search 780 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 100 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Philippine Politics, should earn roughly $2 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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How Does The Victory Of Manny Paquito Reflect Philippine Politics?From Politics Forum:
How does the victory of Manny Paquito reflect Philippine Politics? Can you help me with this one please? Where is Philippine Politics in this one? I hope you guys can help me out with this one! Thanks much :)
Answer: It's boxing. There's no politics in that. And I am Filipino. I don't know how you would connect politics and boxing together.
Philippine Politics: What Issue, Do You Think, The Incoming President Should First Attend To? Why?From Politics Forum:
Philippine Politics: What issue, do you think, the incoming president should first attend to? Why? There are a lot of issues that Philippine Politics have and what do you think that New President should prioritize? I hope that somehow, the fallen candidates would help the chosen president as well. Or is it just a wishful thinking?
Answer: Look in the real world. Decode this lyrics " You'll see " "Wonderful world" "Don't know much" "The Final Countdown" ""Year of decision" "The Great Commandments" "For he;s a jolly good fellow" "Say you say me" "Knowing me knowing you" "I will follow him" "It's up to you" The Book of the Dead or the Book of the Living? Who is following whom? Following Moses with "The Great Commandments" Following Aaron the Leper? Following Jesus the Son of Man? Following Judas the Betrayer? Following the Pharisee and the Sadducee? Luke 21.30-36 Luke 9.25,55-56,60 Luke 8.5-8,10-17 Luke 24.44-45,47-48 Luke 12.51-53 Luke 14.26-35 1 Timothy 6.7 Matt 6.19-24 Matt 5.14-16 Matt 7.15-27 Matt 27.29,37 Luke 2.32 Matt 5.9,14 Matt 1.17 Revelation 21.1-7 What do you think? What do you think?
Toward A More Comprehensive Analysis Of Philippine Politics: Beyond Patron-Client Factional Framework?From Economics Forum:
Toward a more comprehensive analysis of Philippine politics: Beyond patron-client factional framework? Can anyone find a free on line copy of "Toward a more comprehensive analysis of Philippine politics: Beyond patron-client factional framework" by BK Caviled (1995) in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies?
Answer: You may ask the editor of the Journal, the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore,directly.
What Would You Say About Manny Paquito Running For Office In The Government?From Philippines Forum:
What would you say about Manny Paquito running for office in the government? Do you think he's fitted to join Philippine politics? Well, I'd say that he's better off as a boxer. Not a politician.
Answer: He seems like a nice guy. HOWEVER, right now as a non-politician, he is ALREADY closely tied to certain politicians wherever he goes. That factor alone does not bode well to his perceived image as a potentially incorruptible politician who puts the people first before his personal needs.
Is There Any Chance For A Candidate Who Lost Largely & Bitterly In An Election?From Politics Forum:
Is there any chance for a candidate who lost largely & bitterly in an election? In Philippine Politics History -Is there any chance for a candidate who lost largely & bitterly in an election due to vote buying to be back in power in the near future?
Answer: Only if he brought the issue to the US.
Is It Right For Filipino Chinese To Dominate The Three Major Branches Of The Philippines Government?From Government Forum:
Is it right for Filipino Chinese to dominate the three major branches of the Philippines government? We have to accept it, the (native) Filipinos are less and less visible in the Philippine politics. The reason for these is the expenses and secondly, it seems that it is exclusively club which is tailored so that only Filipinos with Chinese descent are allowed to enter politics at the expense of native Filipinos. In Indonesia and Malaysia, foreigners even after they become citizen of those countries are banned from entering politics. The Philippines on the other hand, because of too hospitable and relax on its policies, opened the gate for its subjugation by another race. The Chinese dominated Philippine Government has definitely divest all businesses which was formerly owned by the government and was sold out and is now owned by Chinese. What happened to our country is another form of invasion.
Answer: Who is a Filipino? What is a Filipino? No one can really claim to be a pure Filipino. Most of us, except perhaps for our brother Etas, may have an ascendant from another race. But does that make us any less Filipino? In the same manner, do Filipinos of Chinese descent less Filipino than the rest of us? As long as those who claim they are Filipinos love the Philippines, invest in the country, do not take their money elsewhere, and care for their fellow Filipinos -- they are Filipinos. On the other hand, there are those in government who are supposed to be natural born citizens and yet are selling government properties here and abroad to foreigners in order to plug the budget deficit and raise funds for the election. Do they have a right to be called Filipinos?
What Seems To Be Wrong With Philippine Politics?From Politics Forum:
What seems to be wrong with Philippine politics? I was one who thought that after Marcos, the Philippine brand of politics will change for the better, and yet as you can see, for the sake of being elected, traps and other politicians has forgotten the best interest of what the Philippines and its Filipino people badly need but only for one reason alone, the need for greed and obsession to power. What seems to be wrong with Philippine politics is that we Filipinos vote our candidates because of their looks, because of how much money they spent on the campaign and not because of their qualities, character, ability and honest to goodness intentions to make our country to be proud of. What is wrong with Philippine politics is that politicians take this as a so called in demand sport called hypocrisy that they love to play. What seems to be wrong with Philippine politics, anyone, leftist, rightist whatever, how come that our country no matter who gets elected never change?
Answer: The problem with the Phillip pines is that the nation was a puppet of the USA for too long. Marcos was a corrupt puppet, that drained the nation for his personal pleasures.
Why Some Members Of The Philippines House Of Representatives Want To Keep Their Names & Faces In Projects?From Government Forum:
Why some members of the Philippines House of Representatives want to keep their names & faces in projects? To keep their names and faces in their projects will keep them from visiting their constituents especially in the remote areas. These type of lawmakers are afraid to face their next contender... their popularity will depend on their good deeds and physical presence in their district. Filipinos from all walks of life want changes for common good... where the young, wise and idealistic future levelheaded politician will rise. Getting rid of politician names in the projects and in all government properties will start the new beginning and will start the leveling fields in Philippine politics... this is one of several tool to start "the end of political dynasty in the Philippines". After all, after serving their respective terms, their names and faces will be put in the designated hall or wall in the respective house, districts, city, town and baronage.
Answer: For popularity and preparation for next election. In short, VESTED INTEREST!
How Do You Think Sen. Loren Laggard Will React To Estrada'S Guilty Verdict?From Philippines Forum:
How do you think Sen. Loren Laggard will react to Estrada's guilty verdict? For Filipinos only, please, or anyone familiar with Philippine politics and the personalities involved in this question. No point gaming. If you don't know or have no idea, do not leave any comments or you will be reported in violation of Yahoo!Answers guidelines. Having been one of the proponents of the senatorial inquiry that led to the toppling of Estrada from the presidency, Loren Laggard sought Estrada's endorsement during the recent senatorial campaign. After 6 years, Loren will inevitably be confronted by this unusual alliance with the public now recalling the events that led to Estrada's downfall. How do you think Laggard will resolve this if she is asked for a reaction?
Answer: She'd probably give another lame excuse, and show that she has absolutely no loyalties with anything whatsoever. Expect nothing less from the "political prostitute".
What Is The Political Climate Of The Philippines?From Politics Forum:
What is the political climate of the Philippines? I am an American curious about Filipino politics. Every nation has a distinct political climate. It is, in my opinion, made up of things such as key domestic issues, national sentiments, nature of the elections and government, etc. For example, in the United States, I would say that our economy is what we are currently most focused on. The people in general are strongly admire the ideals of individual freedom/individualism and are distrusting of any government regulation in general. Although elections are USUALLY relatively fair, there are notable exceptions, and our politics is completely dominated by political parties and partisan divides. What is the political climate of the Philippines?
Answer: Parochialism, cronyism - these are words that best describe the political climate in the Philippines. The candidate promises the moon and the stars to the poor but invariably ends up enriching those who are closest to him. Fair election is an oxymoron in the country. Witness the phone conversation between a candidate and the election crony: ..." hello Mr..... hello candidate....uh, well, let's make sure we top the opponent by at least a thousand votes...bye". Corruption is so rooted in the culture that no one dares offer solutions for fear of failure.
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