Saturday, June 27, 2015

Tweet Scoop: President Barrack Obama Lauds US Supreme Court Decision to Legalize Gay and Lesbian Marriage

Image courtesy of Twitter: POTUS

47 comments:

  1. Okay mga baks, sugod na tayiz sa 'murica! LOL LOL

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    1. vote for him in America lol

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  2. Aabangan ko ito si Obama. #alamna #katakot

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  3. Pro union but not for same sex marriage

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    1. Well, honey sorry ka kasi pasado na sa America! Haha!

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  4. Hope the Vatican won't follow suit. Ok lang under the law, kung yan ang ikaliligaya ng LGBT

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    1. it won't. because religion is pure bigotry

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    2. Haha! Who cares about Vatican?

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  5. Siguro beks din si obama kasi pro gay marriage cya. Big ewww

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    1. Tsk tsk! Very shallow comment. Mema lang????

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    2. tsk 1238,don't let ignorance consume you.

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    3. Ay si ate hindi alam ang word na "empathy". Google mo para medyo lumawak ang utak mo.

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    4. hayaan mo na yan si 12:38, kelangan nya sulitun ang pinaload nyang unli data for one day.

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    5. No. He's just not a bigot like you!

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    6. If shows your tiny mind.

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  6. The black horse!

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  7. #LoveWins at yung heart beking beki. Kaloka ka Obama, haha

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  8. State recognition naman ang after ng lgbt community eh. Hindi church recognition. All good :) victory!!!

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    1. Isa ka pa @1:42 papaniwala kayo sa separation of church and state e sa salita lang yun dahil mga Jesuits ang nagpapatakbo ng mga govts!

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    2. Tumigil ka nga 3:25 am! Katol kasi ng katol, pinagsasabi mo..

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  9. Lets celebrate!

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  10. Nagpapa-pogi points, he doesn't have to shout it out in his twitter.

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    1. he is POTUS. & what's wrong with posting it on twitter?

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    2. Ano pa silbi ng Twitter account niya kung di naman siya magpopost ng opinion niya doon?
      Stupida!

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    3. isa yan sa mga plataporma nya. kaya proud sya sa achievement nya. stupid!

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    4. Why not? He has been fighting for equal rights, for gay marriage rights for many years now.

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  11. Mukhang may balak na namang tumakbo!

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    1. Baks, mukhang hindi mo alam and systema sa America. Hindi na pwedeng tumakbo si Obama, kasi 2 terms lang limit. Pang 2nd na niya ito.

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    2. Di ba hanggang 2 terms lang siys?

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    3. Jeez...you need to read more.

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    4. Basa basa about world events teh. Wag puro chismis at blind item. Beauty fades...dumb is forever.

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  12. Some progress in our modern society! And sa mga hihirit jan ng negative, shut up.

    - Straight person

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    1. Aaaaw love you. Thanks for being open-minded!

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  13. Im not gay, but im happy for all LGBT!! Atleast yung mga taong sobrang nagmamahalan ng totoo, irrregardless kung ano pa kasarian nila,pwde na nila legalized ang pagsasama nila..

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    1. "regardless", please. "irregardless" is redundant -- you have "ir" meaning, not, and less, which means the same thing.

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  14. Its all about politics. Sa tingin nyo ba may pakialam ang democrats about your rights? Kaya lang nila pinasa ang same sex marriage ay para iboto ng LGBT community ang lalaban na democratic president sa 2016. You can't even see the agenda behind it.

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    1. Not true. It is all about equal rights. The majority of Americans are already in favour of equal rights for the LGBT.

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    2. This is basically true. Hindi naman sa walang pakialam ang democrats pero primary agenda talaga the support that party needs for 2016. Good that someone here on FP has the awareness of US politics. But no need to rub it in na walang pakialam sa rights. Ibigay na natin yan sa kanila. As long as they respect other people's understanding of the Bible in terms of going against same sex marriage.

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    3. Whatever teh. Bottom line is that one group was able to push for equal rights for an oppressed minority. Kemeresa kung politically driven. Bago ka Sa politics?!?

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    4. Not chrue. Democrats are rea

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  15. Fantastic! Equality to all.

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  16. It's.not.gonna.happen.in.the.Philippines.

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    1. In the same way that progress is not going to happen in this country.

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  17. So happy for the rainbow community. live wins every time.

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