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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

FB Scoop: Gab Valenciano Breaks Silence on Controversial Political Issues


Images courtesy of Facebook: Gabriel Valenciano

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    1. Mas importante na sagutin mo daw ang email mo kay Tricia kesa sumawsaw ka

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    2. No need to read for it was a common hatred against the Marcoses. Fyi, nalibing na yung tao. Wag na kayo magwala.

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    3. 1:17 am ang typical stupid comment. Di habang buhay nakalibing yan dyan. Di lahat ng tao kasing tanga niyo

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    4. 2:02 am and your comment is brilliant? Go protest and file a case. You have all the liberty. Lol.

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    5. i am from older generation but my daughter has same sentiments. Well said, and i think it is right. MAdali kasi tayong utuin.

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    6. 5:34 i dont think madali utuin yung iba. may ibang tao lang who believes that life must go on. di naman ibig sabihin nun nalimutan na ang past. syempre in order to move forward you must take memories and lesson and not the bitter/sad feelings.

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    7. So true, so true, so true.

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    8. Dalawang Aquino na ang naupo hindi nasolve ang mga inirereklamo nyo ni hindi nakagawa ng batas ang santambak na mga senador na naupo mula 1986, isama nyo na rin sila sa mga sinisisi nyo ngayon.

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    9. You can forgive but not forget the atrocities that a lot of people experienced during the Martial Law. Having said that and its too late. He should be buried as a WW2 vet not a president.

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    10. then as said by tulfo. wag nyong tangkilikin lht ng sinimulan n ipagawa at ipatayo ni marcos. like expressways and airports. not entire martial law is abt killings. dont be gullible by wat the media says. daming from older generation n hnd nmn nkaexperience ng bad things from martial law. wag lhatin. same as madaming masasamang ngyari aftr marcos admin pero wala nmn tayong reklamo.

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    11. 1:36 am well, after Marcos, there's democracy that makes you enjoy reading this blog, and freely use the social media.

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    12. on point anon 1:36

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  2. Ayan k n nmn eh wla nkkng bilib dto sorry

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    1. Did you actually read what he said? It actually made sense.

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    2. 12:31- Well said?! Ang alin? Do u really define being forgivable as no education or gullible? Wow. Cge nga, ganito. Magsilabasan nga dito mga wild protesters dati ng Martial law na mga natorture at narape kuno! Go! Ung totoo ha! Juskowday, naging hype ung pag gamit ng "MGA" natorture as weapon to attack the marcoses, pero wala naman lumalabas na mga biktima! Kung meron man, sina chuchu-chuchu na nagkukuwento sa rally at habang nakukuwento na natorture kuno eh panay ngiti naman hanggang batok at nakikiliti pa sa pagsasabing binugbog daw sya. Hay ginoo ko. Ito ba mga pinefeed sa utak nyo na pinapaniwalaan nyo naman??? Kayo ang tunay na gullible. Isama mo na si valenciano na cheater.

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    3. Binasa mo b at wl sense?

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    4. 1:27 lika nga at papakilala kita sa mga kilala kong victims of martial law. ignorante

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    5. Ang walang sense is yung pag-type mo 1:38 and 12:32 na JEJEMON and textspeak style.

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    6. So malaki n problema mo jan anon 2:33

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    7. Anon 1:27 I wish I could introduce you to my uncle na nakulong ng 9 months without arrest warrant. And to my other uncle/lolo RIP na naver nalang nila nakita uli after he disappeared.

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    8. He wrote really sensible comment. You don't.

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    9. 1:27 are you trying to say all that has been told and written about the history are lies?

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    10. Sorry to hear that @ 7:47

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    11. 7:47 anon madami dn akong kilala n nkulang ng walang dhlano nbigtad ang story because of power and money and all of them nkulong not on marcos admin. meaning hindilng po s panahon ni marcos nngyari ang mga yan. power tripping is everywhere and in all generation and administration.
      the thing is kht mgrally tayo ng ilang beses hnd n mbblik ang nkaraan. im not being insensitive just being pratical. ito ang realidad ng buhay. we will never be justified in this world. we all experience biased treatments. hindi lng yung mga nbuhay noong panahon ni marcos. kung lht b tayo n nkakaexperience n unfair ang buhay eh mgrally lht s edsa. sguro kht maubos ang isang millenium ditayo mttpos kakarally because life is really unfair. tanggapin nlng po un.

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    12. 1:42 i wish you get to experience martial law and see if you could still say the same.

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    13. funny si 9:37 makawish. mga tao dito gusto opinion lang nila masusunod. nagexpress lang naman ng opinion si anon 1:42. bawal ba? kaya nga andito tayo sa FP to express our own opinions.

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    14. 10:35 why takot kang mag martial law?

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  3. I don't usually agree with you Gab. Pero this! Well said indeed!

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    1. Yes! My exact thoughts, especially about how gullible poeple are, about confusing forgiving from forgetting, about the misuse of the phrase "move on".

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  4. Why do you have to break your silence Gab???? Who cares about your opinion?!

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    1. Pwede bang tingnan at Suriin natin Ang kanyang opinion at Hindi yung sya as a person. He has every right to voice out his opinion as much as you do

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    2. 12:40 BECAUSE LIKE U AND ME, WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO EXPRESS OUR THOUGHTS AND OPINION WHETHER PEOPLE WILL LIME IT OR NOT!! GEEZZZ!

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    3. 12:40 IKAW NGA NAGCOCOMMENT, SYA DIN,SYEMPRE!

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    4. He's paying taxes, isn't he? He's a Filipino citizen, isn't he? So yeah, he has every right to share his opinion, he's just using his freedom of speech. Pasensya na kung hindi siya tuta na sunod sunod lang sa sinasabi ng gobyerno.

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    5. The fact na binasa mo yung opinion nya ibig sabihin lang may pakielam ka. Galing galingan ka rin eh.

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    6. I never liked this kid before. But after reading this, he earned my respect. Speaking like a true Filipino even though his father is Puerto Rican and he can be regarded also as Puerto Rican-Filipino. I wish all Filipinos think this way.

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    7. As long as it makes sense then his opinion matters.

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    8. He is right. You are wrong. That's my opinion.

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    9. We don't care about yours.

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    10. What is your point? You make no sense.

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    11. His opinion is a breath of fresh air after hearing from others. Nearest to the truth.

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    12. he's got a point. and i may not agree with a lot of what he's done or said in socmed but im with him on this one

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  5. Naku marami kang matatanggap nanaman na reply na "galawang dilaw". Sadly, mas marami ang naniniwala na the thief and murderer is a hero. Nakakapanghina.

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    1. He is not a hero! Nilibing lang sa LNMB! Oh ano tapos na!

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    2. Sabi mo nga Hindi naman sya hero at bakit sya ngayon inilibing sa LNMB. Anong tapos na, it's not over.looking forward that one day hukayin ang bangkay Nya at itapon sa ilog pasig

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    3. Not a hero daw but okay lang ilibing sa LNMB! *rolls eyes*

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    4. mejo shunga lang ang comment, sino ba nagsabi na hero si marcos? wala naman diba, kaya siya nailibing jan kasi dati siyang president at naging sundalo, ibalik na lang yan dapat sa dating name na Republic Memorial Cemetery ng wala na kayong kuda na hindi dapat ilibing si marcos kasi hindi siya hero, duh! hindi lang pang hero yang LNMB, ex president, soldiers, national artist, national heroes at patriots ang nililibing jan

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  6. Asikasuhin mo na lang muna annulment mo kuya

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    1. you try to shut him up because everything that he said is true. how pathetic!

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  7. Ang galing; sadly this kind of commentary will just go over the head of the uneducated and illiterate dapat merong dumb down version with matching Mura and Bastos statement hahahaha. Kailangan ma overhaul ang education system sa pilipines.

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  8. #marcosstillnotahero bleh 1240 karma karma karma

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  9. Mr. Valenciano, why don't you fix your life first before you will say something about what's going on in the country.

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    1. Ikaw po maayos po ba ang buhay mo bago ka mag comment dito? Let him say his piece. He's entitled to his opinion as much as you are

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    2. Makaturo ka naman to fix his life... bakit wala ba syang karapatan na mag voice out ng kanyang saloobin eh isa syang mamamyan ng Pilipinas. Di porke't may personal issues ang isang tao eh wala ng karapatang magsiwalat ng kanyang opinyon ukol sa ating bansa.

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    3. He's paying his taxes, so he has all the right to say his point of views. Besides, very sensible naman lahat ng sinabi nya.

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    4. @12.49 so going by your logic, only people who have their lives fixed can comment on issues that affects the whole nation? Moronic.

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    5. Know that not everyone will agree with the government. Not because he's having marital issues, doesn't mean that he can't voice his opinion. Yan problema sa inyong super D fans, pag may nag disagree, kukuyugin niyo ng personal na problema.

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    6. Really? What does his marriage to do with this topic? Nothing.

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    7. what do you care about his martial issues? Why don't you respond to every point he raised if it doesn't make any sense at all?

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  10. Well said Gab! I also agree on what you said about Filipinos na di na natuto.

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    1. Because sya din naman di natuto! hahahah

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    2. i bet you're one of those gullible filipinos he's referring to!

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  11. 12:40, bastos mo... buhat ng nagka bastos na presidente, nag labasan din mga bastos at walang modong mga Filipinos.

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    1. Hahaha I think being called Bastos is like a badge of honour nowadays. Ibig sabihin you have some of the presidentiable traits hahahah.

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  12. Shut your face, Gab Valenciano! You self-righteous hypocrite!

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    1. No, you shut up. You make no sense.

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    2. This is a national issue @1:03 if you don't have a clue. Everyone is entitled to voice out his/her opinion. You shut up yourself.

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  13. So true!! And How will you forgive someone when that someone won't accept he had been bad and therefore will never ask forgiveness. Thick-face!

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    1. Pero napatawad nten ang mga hapon, mga kastila, mga amerikano na sumakop at mas maraming napatay na pilipino.

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    2. 1:33 anong analogy yan ilang trillion ba ninakaw ng mga hapon at ilang trillion iniwan na utang sa atin?

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    3. ang tanong @1:33 humingi ba sila ng tawad o inamin nila na nagkasala sila para patawarin? sabi nga ni imee ..wala pa syang kamuwang muwang nung mangyari ang ML. jusmio naman.. eh nang agaw na nga siya ng asawa ng may asawa...itanong mo pa kay Aurora Pijuan.

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    4. wrong analogy 1:33pm, pananakop ang ginawa ng mga dayuhang banyaga at meron pang giyera, iba ang circumstances. si marcos, inihalal bilang pangulo, ibig sabihin, binigay sa kanya ang tiwala ng taong bayan pero anong ginawa nya?
      1. US $5-10 Billion na ninakaw. Di ba nakapagtataka na wala naman silang negosyo pero sa london at sa mga boarding schools nag-aral ang mga anak? San galing ang pondo ng pangkampanya? Ni minsan eh di naman sila nabalitaang humawak ng mataas na pwesto sa mga private corporations bilang mga private citizens kahit nung naka-exile pa sila.
      2. Pagpasa ng bungo, pagdukot ng mata, pagkuryente ng ari, ilan lang sa mga sinapit ng mga biktima ng Martial Law.
      3. Pagkitil ng demokrasya at mga karapatang pantao, pagiging ganid sa pwesto by perpetuating himself in power na nakasira sa evolution ng mga future filipino leaders.

      ilan lamang yan, tapos bayani?!?

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  14. Yes we forget easily, i agree.

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  15. Filipinos have no sense of history. They justify Marcos' thievery because he built infrastructures. All they'll say is move on and si God na ang bahala.

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    1. It was Marcos' job as a president for 20 yrs to built infrastructures. He built it through billions of loans where half of it went into their pockets as kickbacks. Their family left the Phil. dry with a huge amount of loans to be paid. We don't owe anything to this family of thieves. So many banned books written about this family during ML days. Try to get some copies of it.

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    2. 1:52 geez did u even read my post? That's the gist of my comment. I said, again, that they disregard his wrongdoings because he built infrastructures in tagalog ok lang sn knila nakawan kasi ngpagawa ng mga hospitals/bridges etc.I dont need to get a copy coz di mo naintindihan ibig kong sabhin.

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    3. True, and no sense of justice and morality.

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  16. Well said, yes, but ironic at the same time. Why? Because he even strayed in his own marriage.

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    1. You make no sense because this issue has nothing to do with his marriage.

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    2. So? What now if he has marital problems?

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  17. How naive of Gab to realize that we are divided as a country only now?! We have long been divided. And in any country, there will be differences in beliefs and opinions. Nobody can please everybody. Noone has monopoly on logic, decency, and even the truth. Gab may well voice his opinion. It's his right. And it's our choice to listen to someone who can't even fix his own life or not.

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    1. Well, if that's the argument you are trying to put in the table, the president himself wasn't able to fix his marriage too. So what makes him better than Gab?

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  18. Haaay gabs galing mo mag comment Sa mga ganito issues Pero yung marriage mo anyareh?

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    1. Excuse me, ano naman ang kinalaman ng marriage ni Gab sa national issue. King may pinagdadaanan ka Hindi na pwede mag comment.

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    2. Ano kayang issue mo,dahil private citizen ka na nagtatago sa key board..tinamaan ka dahil totoo...aminin na may sense si Gab dito...kasi Big mind discuss ideas..small mind discuss nonsense/gossip...

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    3. One has nothing to do with the other. Grow up ka.

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  19. I totally agree with Gab. Very well said.!

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  20. At least may paninindigan! D Tulad ng iba pag ibang issue ang daldal ngayon ganito kalaki ang kailangan panindigan tahimik sila!

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  21. Props to him for having the courage to express his opinion especially on such a controversial matter.

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  22. He is absolutely right. Good on him for speaking up. All Filipinos should be disgusted with the Marcoses and their abuses.

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  23. Nice opinion. Tama naman.d porke d natin naranasan un martial.law.move on move lng sasabhin.natin.paano.naman.un biktima lalo.nga un offender wala remorse.hahayaan b natn.example nangyare sapamilta mo.ang i.just8ce then aftersometimes.chummy2 ka.na.ulit sa offender mo n d man lng humingi dispensa o wala man lng ngung hustisya.me punto ang antu marcosun naman.mga duterte fanatics makacomment lng kahit ano ako bumoto.k dutertepero d lahat ng asabhin.nya sasangayon.ako.kc me freewill at isip.kung ano tama mali.wag gawin santo c duterte lalo2 n ang marcoses

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  24. TY Gary V. Our heroes died for us so if DIGNITY is DAMAGED at LNMB -it becomes our BUSINESS! DDirty can RATIONALIZE anyway he can but we have OBLIGATION to PROTECT the DIGNITY at LNMB as Filipino race' dignity (Marcos' remains is DAMAGING & an INSULT to our heroes' dignity) !
    Alam na! #DigongTUTAniMarcos #NoToMarcosAtLNMB

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  25. He should just be an op-ed writer. If Mocha Uson can do it, why can't he? Star should get Gab and then he and Mocha could write about the same topic and their articles would appear side by side, parang opposing views he said/she said pero political and cultural. Magaling si Gab sumulat and this piece of his has a strong point.

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  26. Maraming pagkakataon na pinapalakpakan natin ang mga taong nagsasalita o nagsusulat ng mga bagaya-bagay sa lipunan sa pamamagitan ng pag gamit nang wikang English... Regardless kung ito ay mayroon punto wala... Ganon minsan mag isip ang mga ilan sa kapwa natin Filipino...

    Sa Post ni Gab, sa tingin po ba ninyo ay na i recite nya ba nang buong husay ang kanyang PUNTO DE VISTA???

    Sa lang po laliman pa natin ang ating pang-unawa sa kanyang POST saka tayo magbigay nang mga komento...

    At para kay GAB VALENCIANO, kumusta na pala ang problema mo sa pamilya mo??? Siguro mas tama at karapat-dapat itong pagtuunan ng pansin kaysa ang problema sa PULITIKA... Dahil ang involve dito ay ikaw mismo at ang iyong asawa...

    YUN LANG!!!

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    1. He has every right to speak about the government and the country he's part of. But YOU, you don't have the right to meddle with his private life.

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    2. Just because he has family issues doesn't mean he can't speak his mind about the national issues. Wag mamersonal, tatak tard eh, pag walang valid counter-argument, namemersonal!

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    3. May punto din naman po ang mga bumabatikos kay Gab.Family is the smallest unit yet the most important so it means how can you be a good citizen in a country if you can't fix it first? There are millions of children in the country remember, they look up to us.

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  27. Very well said. Exactly my thoughts.

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  28. Those who believe that Marcos should be buried at LNMB, please give a good argument. Wag ipasok ang personal na buhay ni Gab. Kung formal debate ito, talo na agad kayo. Halatang wala na kayong masabi eh.

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    1. true. halatang walang alam kundi mamersonal "galawang loyalista" at "dutertard" lol

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  29. I wonder how the tards will respond to his post if Gab is not going through marital problems now. #losers

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    1. Better kasi has words would hold value from a respected man. Don't hide behind someone else controversy to get away with being a Cheater. #hestheloser

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  30. I may hate you foe being a cheater but I am with you on this one

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  31. ay nko, there he goes again, ibang-iba tlga sha sa tatay nya pagdating sa pananalita. Gary V always comes across very humble khit in person npka humble ni Gary V..etong anak nya 360 degrees opposite, mayabang na feeling pa, palibhasa nagmana sa nanay nya

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  32. Forgiveness is not dependent on acknowledging wrongdoings. Parang breakup lang yn - stay bitter or move on and be better.

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    1. Don't mix up forgiving and forgetting.

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  33. For once, I like you, Gab! Well said!!!

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