LINSPIRING

18 02 2012


OF COURSE, you’ve heard about NBA’s newest darling: Jeremy Lin. The Taiwanese-American point guard from the New York Knicks rose from obscurity to overnight legend. Sounds like Noynoy Aquino to me.

Jeremy Lin is a Harvard graduate with a degree in economics. I bet you didn’t know that. President Aquino is also an economics graduate. I bet you didn’t know that too.

New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin is inspiring so many people. He spreads positivity. President Aquino also inspired so many people. He’s now spreading negativity.

Jeremy Lin has an inspiring tale. He started with virtually nothing. Now, he seems to have everything. He kinda reminds me of the prosecution panel.

China is now claiming Jeremy Lin is one of their own… which isn’t suprising at all considering that China owns the world.

Aquino vs. Corona
President Aquino was at La Consolacion College in Manila last week. He presented evidence against Chief Justice Renato Corona.

The President was totally surprised to see students in the audience. His prepared speech was meant for senator-judges.

According to President Aquino, if Chief Justice Corona would be acquitted, it would be “extremely difficult, if not impossible” to sustain his fight against corruption. Isn’t it too early to make palusot?

Attacking the Chief Justice, the President said, “Lilinawin ko lang po: Walang personalan dito.” And La Consolacion students were like, “Wehhh?”

In response to the President’s latest tirade, Chief Justice Renato Corona challenged him to make public not only his financial but also his psychological records. To which the President replied, “Shut up Manny Villar!”

To those who failed to catch the President’s attack speech last Thursday, here’s the transcript.

What the president said
(What he wanted to say)

Ikalabing-anim po ng Enero nang magsimula ang paglilitis kay Ginoong Corona sa Senado. Pinili ko pong magmasid at manahimik muna ukol sa isyung ito, at buo pa rin po ang tiwala ko sa proseso.
(Paniwalang-paniwala ako kina Junjun Tupas na handang-handa sila sa mga ebidensya kaya quiet lang ako sa umpisa.)

Ngunit ano po ba ang nangyayari sa ngayon?
(Sobra na ang ginagawang panlalait sa prosekusyon. Nagre-reflect sa akin eh.)

Magpapa-etsa-puwera na lang po ba si Juan at Juana de la Cruz sa prosesong ito? Hahayaan na lang po ba natin na iilan ang magdesisyon para sa atin pong lahat?
(13-10?! Putik. Hindi ko matatanggap ang ganyang botohan!)

Iyan naman po ang sadya ko sa araw na ito: Liwanagin ang dapat liwanagin, at ituwid ang isyung pilit dinidiskaril ng ilan.
(Hoy Ellen Tordesillas! Mali ang sinulat mo tungkol kay Grace Lee! Anong kasal-kasal ang pinagsasasabi mo d’yan?! Umayos ka!)

Simple lang naman po ang tanong na nais sagutin ng paglilitis na ito: Dapat pa ba tayong magtiwala kay Ginoong Corona?
(Kailangan pa bang imemorize ‘yan?)

Alam naman namin kung bakit ka isiniksik ni Ginang Arroyo sa Korte Suprema: iyan po ay para pagtakpan ang katiwalian niya. ‘Di ba nagsimula lang naman ang lahat ng ito, nang muntik ka nang magtagumpay na patakasin si Ginang Arroyo?
(Grabe, hindi pa talaga ako maka-move on. This issue was so last year. Wala lang. Gusto ko lang ulit-ulitin.)

Tingnan na nga lang po natin ang Defense at Prosecution: maraming batikos ang inabot ng ating prosecution panel.
(Tatanga-tanga kasi. Kung alam ko lang na badly crafted ang Articles of Impeachment, sana ipinaayos ko muna. Excited kasi sa pork barrel ang mga hinayupak na ito!)

Lilinawin ko lang po: Walang personalan dito.
( ‘Di ko mapapalampas ang pang-aagaw nila sa aming hacienda. Pagbabayaran mo ito Renato Corona!)

Ang katarungan ay sinasagisag ng isang babaeng nakapiring at may hawak na timbangan. Bulag ang hustisya upang hindi masilaw ng kapangyarihan; patas ang timbangan dahil pantay ang hustisya para sa lahat.
(Of course, there is an exception to every rule. Cases in point: Ping Lacson, Rico Puno, and Ronald Llamas.)

Huwag na po sana nating hintayin na tayo mismo ang maagrabyado.
(Kung may hacienda kayo, I’m sure, lalo kayong makaka-relate.)

Manindigan na po tayo ngayon.
(Makiisa sa Black and White Movement. Abangan ang anunsyu ng gagawing pagkilos laban kay Corona. Thank you.)

Small Lady
Cong. Rey Umali is standing by his story about the “small lady” who allegedly gave him Corona’s bank records on February 2 even as prosecution panel member and Quezon City Rep. Jorge ‘Bolet’ Banal admitted he was in possession of the same bank documents as early as January 30. If Banal was the ‘small lady’ being referred to in the Umali story, he’s got a lot of explaining to do… to his wife.

Unexplained
Liberal Party stalwart and senator-judge Franklin Drilon believes Chief Justice Renato Corona has unexplained wealth. An offended Corona retaliated and accused Drilon of having ‘unexplained health.’

150 Years
Scientists are using technologies that could allow the next generation to live up to 150 years. It was the same technology reportedly used on Senator Enrile and Justice Cuevas.
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“Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.”
~Coretta Scott King

Quotes of the Day
“Sabi niya, in due time ilalabas niya ang mga dokumento. Mawalang-galang na po, Ginoong Corona, marami pang naunang taon na nagpasa kayo ng SALN na puno ng katanungan. Kailan po ba ang due time? Mukha po yatang overdue ka na.”
~President Aquino

“Ganito po bang hustisya at fair play ang tinuturo ninyo sa kabataan? Huwag po natin ilayo ang usapin sa proseso ng Impeachment Court at idaan sa media ang paghusga sa akin. Pabayaan po nating umusad ang kaso nang ayon sa batas at sa proseso nito.”
~Chief Justice Renato Corona

Have a safe weekend!

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