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Monday, July 10, 2017

Insta Scoop: Ellen Adarna Supports Tax Reform Program of Government, But Laments the Impending Price Increase in Sugar-based Beverages


Images courtesy of Instagram: maria.elena.adarna

29 comments:

  1. and whered does the tax money go to? the greedy politicians tsk tsk

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    1. Hindi lang naman mga beverages ang mahahagip niyan dahil "sugar tax" yan so kasama mga kendi, mga snack, mga sweets. TagGutom sa mga hikahos na nagkokonsumo ng mga ganito. Yung mga cupcakes na baon and the likes. Tumaas na nga wala pang naiimplement!

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    2. Haaay, anti poor ang ginagawa nila.. grabee talaga goverment natin...

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  2. Grabe naman. That is already dessert or even a meal for poor people who count pennies tapos you will tax pa? Tax the frivolous stuff like alcoholic drinks ( unless meron na?) or designer clothes, bags and shoes. Hindi naman luho yung coffee and juice.

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    1. Grabe talaga. As in grabe. Yung iba wala nang makain, kape na lang ang pantawid gutom, even merienda/break kape ok na. Ang daming ibang pwedeng patawan ng tax jan. Parang hindi nag iisip tong mga politiko, palibhasa unlimited brewed coffee sila lagi sa opisina. Nakakainit ng ulo!

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    2. Tama ka dyan baks!

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    3. Korek!! Sobrang sama!!

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    4. Seems like the gov't really wants the poor to be helpless, powerless, desperate...sa paraang yun magiging willing ang mahihirap na gawin lahat ng gusto ng kahit sinong politician na mangangakong iaahon sila sa kinasasadlakan nila. Mukang magiging pervasive pa lalo ang pagbenta ng boto para sa isang kilong bigas, at kung ano ano pang tactics para i manipulate ang mahihirap na huwag silang alisan ng kapangyarihan. I doubt gusto talaga nilang i address yung prpblem with diabetes, or if they do, they are truly mislead..tulad ng pagiging mislead nila sa drug war.

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    5. Anti-poor talaga. Pang-akit yung mababang income tax pero titirahin ka sa consumer products. Paano pa makapagbenta ng softdrinks, etc yung mga mahihirap na naglalako sa kalsada kung napaka-mahal na ng bilihin? Kukulangin na sa puhunan, hihina pa benta. Palibhasa yung mga nagpropose nyan eh hindi nakatikim ng hirap.

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  3. Additional tax means parang hindi na coffee flavor and aroma ang coffee mismo. Brand N is the worst. Parang rice powder na ang coffee mix nila. Hahahaha!

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  4. Kawawa naman si kuya pabili lang ng kape nastroke pa. Ginawa pang katatawanan.

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  5. How about increase the taxes ng mga Mining Companies? Suggestion lang.

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    1. sino naman gagawa nun? E mga foreigners mga nagpapatakbo ng mga yan. Yung CBCP dapat taxan! Mga pari ng mga yan nakaupo as mga board of directors ng mga bigtime corporations ng mga richest pinoys sa forbes magazine! Kaso sino gagawa nun?! Hahahahahahaha!

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    2. Mining AT CBCP na lang, puwede namang pareho di ba?

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    3. Si anon 114 am halatado na dutertard. Hello day dami gumagawa ng religion dyan di na tax. Mga kulto at ang simbahan may tax yan para sa vatican . Mag work ka sa simbahan ng malaman mo gurl

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  6. I think they're barking up the wrong tree, maraming businesses ang malulugi kung ganyan. Restaurants, sari-sari stores, supermarkets, etc. I know it can curb the diabetes epidemic but this is just too much

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  7. Isn't she suppose to be rich? Why all the blah blah over a few pesos on junk food?

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    1. She is rich. But she also treats her household help well and truly cares about them. Aware siya sa plight ng mahihirap sa kanila kaya naaawa din naman siya. She is not blah blah-Ing for herself as you put it.

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    2. We need more rich people to care for the plight of the poor.

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    3. @9:21 and 8:18. You are very very wrong. If she cares about the poor then she needs to pay them better and promote better prices for healthy foods, not unhealthy junk food. Gets mo.

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  8. "way TOO high" beshie. Ayos n sana e.

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  9. next thing you know, siya na namumuno sa bir, special appointnment

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  10. It's not the poor's fault na ang mura ay maasukal. Hindi nila binibili iyon dahil matamis. Binibili nila yun dahil mura. Mga walang logic itong mga mambabatas.

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    1. Yes, mura and basic commodity. Cheap source of carbohydrates, which gives our body fuel to do our tasks. Mas maige pa kung gawin nilang mura ang ibang healthy na pagkain. Eating healthy should be affordable.

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  11. gagaling lang nila nong nangangampanyan dba. puro anti drugs lang ba problema ng Pilipanas? sbi non mawawla na ung ENDO and contractualization. anyare? wla na din daw tax. e mas tumataas pa ata e.

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  12. Ok lang sana lahat may tax kaso ung pinupuntahan ng tax??? Projects ng politicians na akala mo galing sa bulsa nila kung ibanderang project nila. Mga projects na non tax payers ang nakikinabang like ung mga pera na binibigay kuno ng mga politicians. Mga pabahay keme.

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  13. Pero wag ka may mga import products na vat-exempt. Unfair diba?

    Grabe may dagdag na sa gasoline, pati ba naman beverages?

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  14. repressive taxation at anti-poor. alam naman ng gobyerno na maliit lang ang minimum wage tapos ganyan.curbing obesity or other sugar-related health concerns is good.but if the gov't is only doing this to offset the loss of revenue due to lower income taxes, they better think of alternative sources

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