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Friday, June 25, 2021

Former President Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III Passes Away


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  1. May his soul rest in peace

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    1. My heart breaks.

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    2. Amen. Sobrang nakakalungkot.

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    3. It feels like the end of an era. As if decency died with him. Hirap maging optimistic.

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    4. Hindi man sya "PERPEKTO PERO SYA AY MABUTING TAO. " God bless your soul.

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    5. legit nalungkot talaga ako sa news na eto, hindi ako dilawan definitely not dds pero affected ako sa pagkawala niya. rip noynoy

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    6. Nakakaiyak!

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    7. We love you Pnoy!!!

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  2. May his soul rest in peace. He served our country well and deserves our respect.

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    1. Agree. May kahinaan man siya but ang dami niya ding nagawa sa bansa. I remember ang ganda pa ng economy natin during his time. Hindi nakakatakot mabuhay sa ph during his time.

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    2. Totoo yan! Nung naging si PNoy ang pangulo, joke naming mga OFW eh lugi kami kasi mababa ang palitan sa remittance. Pero alam naman namin na ibig sabihin nun gumaganda ang kalagayan sa pinas. Aanhin mo mataas na palitan kung napakataas din ng bilihin ng mga mahal mo sa buhay na nasa Pinas?

      Yung pinakaluho lang na nabalita sa kanya eh yung pagyosi nya at nung bumili siya ng second hand na sports car na kung tutuusin eh mura ang alok sa kanya. At wala namang nagduda na afford nya yun at hindi siya galing sa kaban ng bayan. Haler! Cojuanco pa rin siya, at isang binata.

      RIP Pres PNoy, salamat sa serbisyo nyo sa bayan.

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    3. He is really a good leader in his term hindi siya corrupt na presidente very humble at mapagkumbaba na president.

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    4. The ultimate judge of your legacy and accomplishments are not your minions but the Filipino people.

      And the results of 2016 elections was a very clear statement.

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  3. Ay anong nangyari?

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    1. Renal failure due to Diabetes complication.

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  4. Condolence. Ano po cause of death?

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    1. Renal failure secondary to diabetes

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    2. renal disease secondary to diabetes

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  5. This is so shocking. Rest in Peace and prayers to the bereaved family.

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  6. Rest In Peace and condolence to the Aquino family. He was a good president and a public servant.

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  7. Nalulungkot ako. Siya pa nauna sa mga kilalang kawatan.

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    1. natawa ako sayo 11.12 but tulad mo nalungkot din ng slight

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    2. 11:12, their big fat pockets give them the will to survive, run for office, and continue their corruption. Hangga’t hindi nauubos ang kaban ng bayan hindi tatablan ng kahit anong sakit ang mga yun.

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    3. Nalungkot ako for Josh..

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    4. Shucks my sentiments exactly πŸ˜”
      Agad kong nasambit - ay! Mas nauna pa sya kay ganito at ganito. Sorry I’m not wishing anyone ill, nakalabigla lang.

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    5. Nagulat ako at his passing. And true I feel sad about Josh kasi sya yung male and almost father figure to Josh

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    6. Alam mo naman ang kasabihan. Ang masamang damo….

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  8. A man of integrity, the best president of the phils. May his soul rest in peace.

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    1. He was not perfecf, but he was good. Rip Mr President

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  9. Shocking! Rest in Peace

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  10. May his soul rest in peace. Marami pang mag aalaga kay Josh. I don't know, pero bigla ko na lang syang naisip noong isang araw, naalala ko yung nag motorcade sila with Mar Roxas, 2010 pres. election. Sobrang saya lang noon kasi excited kami na makita sila.

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  11. Presidente na may respeto at dignidad. Nalulungkot ako

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  12. He defended the national interest and upheld the rule of law when he was president. RIP, PNoy.

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  13. Nakakalungkot. Thank you for serving our country. May you rest in peace, sir.

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  14. Omg. Condolence po

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  15. RIP PNoyπŸ™

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  16. Kakalungkot. As a civil servant, he is my favorite president. Hindi talamak ang corruption nung panahon nya. Sinira talaga ng fake news ang reputation nya. RIP.

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    1. As a fellow govt employee, agree ako sayo.

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    2. Accorfing to a friend of mine... sobrang hirap daw mangorrupt when he was the president. RIP. The good ones always die young.

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    3. 11:30, 12:42 i agree with you two. Hindi ko naabutan si Cory pero from Ramos up to present, siya ang may pinaka"matuwid na daan" talaga. As in, approval at release lang ng NCAs ang daming requirements, pahirapan talaga. Siya din yung nasa term na yung natatanggap na employees benefits ay kung ano lang talaga ang approved ng DBM, walang extra tulad ng sa ibang admin, pero ok lang dahil alam mong ginagawa niya lang ang tama. Kaya hindi ko alam bakit marami kang mababasa na maraming corruption sa term niya dahil siya nga yung pinakamatuwid. Sa kanyang term lang din nauso yung qualifications ang reason ng taong nasa pwesto, hindi dahil pa-thank you dahil sa ginawa during election. Nakakalungkot dahil sa nangyayari ngayon nabaliwala ang 6 years niyang pinaghirapan, bumalik tayong muli sa kung ano ang state ng Pinas or worse pa bago siya naging Presidente,sa utang pa lang, nakakapanlumo na.

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    4. Agreed! My brother in law was high ranking military who’s at the AFP budget during GMA time, 1st hand witness how he enriched himself but when Pnoy took over he told happy days were over and was scared he would caught.

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  17. RIP. He was a good president/leader. Nakaka-sad

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  18. Rest in peace former president.

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  19. Condolence and prayers to the family. Before it was confirmed, I was hope against hope, it was fake news.

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  20. Napakadisente ng kanyang pamumuno noon. May flaws man pero mas gugustuhin mo katulad niya amg namumuno. PH is thriving during his term

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    1. This is so true! We didn’t know what we had until the monsters took over.

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  21. Rest in peace!!!

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  22. It was during his term when I felt so much dignity as a Filipino.

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    1. True, I felt the same way. Only during his time was I proud to be Filipino. I miss decency. RIP, Pnoy.

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    2. I agree with you. I feel the same.

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    3. Grabe, same sentiments. Ibang iba talaga under his leadership. Ang lungkot lungkot ko. Talagang it’s always the good ones na nauunang mawala… haaaaay Pilipinas.

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  23. I think medyo matagal na din siyang may dinaramdam. Matagal na siyang hindi visible and there’s even a photo of him where he looked sickly. Rest in peace PNoy. No more pain.

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  24. Rest in peace, Mr President. You served well and it's evident now, that you just wanted the good for the nation. You maybe other things, but never a sell out. I was studying overseas then, and I remember being proud when I read global articles stating economic improvement of the PH and made me want to comeback. So I did, and then left again, as everything went down the drain. Hay....

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  25. The good ones go first. RIP.

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  26. nakakaiyak...so sad, he was a symbol of hope for many of us...

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  27. Oh no. May he rest in peace.

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  28. RIP PNoy..inuuna talaga ni Lord ang mabubuting tao.

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  29. So sad although matagal na ang chismis na May sakit cya at in and out of the hospital, nakakabigla pa rin

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  30. I’m sure Josh would be devastated in his uncle’s passing. They were so close.

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  31. Punyeta! Bakit di namatay yung mga corrupt na politicians?!

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  32. He wasn't a perfect president, but at least I didn't feel like a second-class citizen in my own country during his reign. Hindi nakakahiya at hindi nakakaawa amining Pilipino ako noong mga panahong yun. Rest in peace.

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  33. nakakatakot at nakakalungkot magbasa ng mga comment sa facebook at twitter ginawang katawa tawa ang pag panaw ng isang tao, nag rereflect lang ito kung ano klase tao sila.

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    1. kulang sa GMRC ang ibang tao dun, malala

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    2. Those are trolls. Nakakalungkot na sa araw ng kamatayan niya nagawa pang magpakawala ng trolls ang mga tanong walang ni katiting na respeto sa pumanaw

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    3. This! First thing na napansin ko din. How sad. He was a great president!

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  34. Job well done my President Benigno Aquino III. Mayroon man d ngustuhan palakad mo, at least lahat ng intensyon mo para sa bayan at mamamayang Pilipino ay mabuti. Mabuti lang hangarin mo. Hindi ka natakot na ipaglaban kung ano ang para sa mga Pilipino. Saludo ako sayo. I will pray for your soul. Alam ko masaya ka na ngayon sa heaven with your parents. Malulungkot lang kami kase mamimiss ka namin. Again, maraming maraming salamat sa malinis na pagseserbisyo, pagmamahal, at pagmamalasakit. Sorry sa mga d naka appreciate. Alam ko ngayon alam na nila na mabuti ka. Rest in peace. God bless!

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  35. One of the best presidents of the Republic of the Philippines. Maraming maraming salamat po sa malasakit at pagmamahal. Rest in peace.

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  36. I always had this feeling everytime I see him na mukhang mahina sya, something like mukhang may sakit. I don’t know but hindi na ako nagulat sa balita. Rest in peace.

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  37. No president was ever purely clean but he was one of the good ones.

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  38. It was during his term when I heard a preacher said that "the phils is moving up and the economy is booming" and after his term, this same preacher once said "sayang ang buhay, only God has the right to take lives"

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  39. Ang bilis ng pangyayari. He was hospitalized then died an hour later. RIP.

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    1. He died in his sleep daw. Seguro dinala na lang sa hospital para madeclare dun na wala na nga siya.

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  40. Rest in peace Noynoy. Hindi man kita kilala personally pero nalulungkot ako.

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  41. Rest in peace, Mr. President.

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  42. Rest in peace and condolences to his family.

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  43. Not perfect pero disente.

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  44. So sad. RIP po.

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  45. Yung mababait talaga kinukuha agad ni Lord pero yung mga masamang damo hindi mamatay matay. RIP you were a good president

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  46. Condolences to the bereaved and May his soul rest in peace

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  47. Ang presidenteng matututo kang gumalang.

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    1. Naman. Hindi bastos. Kaya hindi binabastos

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  48. condolence...i am proud i voted for him. rest in peace noynoy :-(

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  49. RIP our president... proud to be filipino because of your good deeds

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  50. DDS here but it is with my deepest condolences to the bereaved Aquino Family πŸ™πŸ™

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    1. ako non.partisan ako pero pareho tayo. galit ako kay PNoy b4 kasi nung teacher ako before sa public school ang hirap ng kalagayan ko. ang na.miss ko lang nung panahon nya is kht may bashers sya eh di ganun ka.toxic socmed

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  51. Bat hindi pa nauna yung mga masasamang damo.. Sad... RIP PNoy..

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  52. He's certainly not a perfect president but he was a step in the right direction. He provided stability in our economy, saved lots of money in terms of budget, lowered the country's debt, protected our sovereignty and spearheaded lots of projects that the current administration is taking credit He was, by most accounts, a decent and good man.

    Rest in peace, PNoy πŸ™

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    1. Actually yan ang hindi alam ng marami. Yung mga nasimulang projects ng Admin niya like mga roads and highways o skyways e hindi na niya matatapos dahil end na ng term niya and masasayang lang kung hindi itutuloy kaya tinuloy ni Duterte.

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  53. Thank you for your service Mr President, may ypu rest in peace.

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  54. You may now Rest in Peace Mr. President. Mabuti pa dito sa fashion pulis, mga compassionate ang readers at commenters. While sa FB, grabe dami lumalabas na trolls. Walang karespe-respeto ang mga comments. Namatay na pinagtawanan pa nila.

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    1. 1:48, madami kasi paid trolls dun. Lahat naman ng readers ni FP, organic.

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    2. alam mo nyo ibang tao sa fb hindi lahat may GMRC,

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    3. alam naman natin ang characters ng mga yan.. pure evil kaya wala ng pag-asa ang Pilipinas.

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    4. They are paid trolls. Sa pagkamatay ni PNoy, lalong na-highlight yung stark difference ng governance noon at ngayon.

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  55. kahapon si shalala, ngayon noynoy naman... waaaaaaaaaah!

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  56. Rest in peace. Thank you for your past service for the country.

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  57. This is so sad. I strongly disliked him during his term esp with what happened to the SAF44, but this admin made me realize I would rather have him again as the president if there were no other choice. Hay

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    1. True sis. He was not perfect but the economy was really good during his term. I will never forget nun yung $1= 37 pesos.

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    2. 3:40 wag naman din sana misleading. Last na nagtouch ng Php37.6 ang $1 was in April 1999 pa. lowest during Pnoy was around PHP40.5 nung early 2013. Let's stick to facts din po.

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    3. He definitely made the economy soar during his time

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    4. May nasaktan hehe. BUT True naman sinabi mo. The economy was soaring high. He was incorruptible, dignified and workaholic. Hindi patulog tulog while may bagyo, he presides NDRMMC meetings during typhoons.

      PNoy has flaws, nobody is perfect BUT he was the best president we ever had

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    5. 7:52 not making stories because i experienced it my self. Left Philippines 2010 at nagpapadala ako sa family ko monthly. It reached 37 pesos at some point. Sakit sa bangs nga kasi eventhough its good na peso was fighting but sa side ko naman na kumikita nang dollars masakit sa bulsa coz i have to send more.

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    6. the economy was soaring high because of the steps GMA made during recession. Hindi tayo masyadong nalugmok compared sa mga neighboring asean countries.

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  58. PNoy came from the most unfairly treated, disrespected and vilified family in PH History. His leadership was not perfect, but he served the country with honor and dignity. Rest in peace, Mr. President!

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    1. Wala namang tao na perfect, not even Lincoln and Mandela. But PNoy was the best president in the past 1-2 decades. Sa last 4 presidents na naabutan ko talaga, sya lang ang hindi corrupt.

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  59. So long my President Pnoy. Marami g salamat sa ginawa mo para sa ating mahal na Bayan. Sinira man ng fke news ang magandang nagawa mo sa ating bayan pero sa nga totoong Pilipino na nakikita ahg ginawa mo,alam namin na isa kang magaling na President sa ating bansa. Salamat ng marami.

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  60. Naiyak ako for josh, wala na yung father figure nya, mas pinili nga ng bata na makasama ang tito nya sa tarlac tapos maiiwan dn pala xa.

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    1. ako rin naisip ko si Josh. wala na un dalawang nag alaga sa kanya, si Cory and si Pnoy.

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  61. He is not the best but definitely less evil than the others and nakakalungkot for joshua sa kanya nakatira now and talaha close sila eversince.

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    1. Curious ako kung sino ang the best sayo? Kasi sa last 4 presidents, sya lang ang hindi corrupt at talagang umayos ang economy ng bansa.

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    2. 1:04 dont analyze someone's comment too much. What 2:24 meant is he's not the best probably bcos we never had a president that we can consider the best. But Pnoy is way better than what we had before and after him.

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  62. the good die young

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  63. Yes he's not perfect. May mga sablay sya na decisions, pero naman, he is a man of integrity, may dignidad and nung term nya mataas ang tingin ng ibang bansa sa govt natin. Maayos din ang economy. Pag nag sasalita sya pakikinggan mo tlga. Nailaban nila and nanalo yung WPS sa intl ruling. Sya lang ang nag tagalog sa SONA and nagpasalamat hangang sa mga kasambahay na nag asikaso sknya. RIP President Noy. Nalungkot ako for Josh. Sya yung kinalakihang ama.

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    1. Sa lahat ng nagsona sya talaga pinanood ng tatay at tito ko dahil nagtagalog sya, hindi kasi ganun kagaling sa ingles ang tatay at tito ko.Kahit ako na marunong naman makanintindi ng english, mas gugustuhin ko pa din na tagalog ang salita sa sona

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    2. Para syang si obama, magaling un speech writer.

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    3. 12:38 did you read his speech writer's eulogy? Find it, read it. Nag-aaway sila ni PNoy kasi he is very hands-on sa speeches nya, he double checks the accuracy of the data, at sya pa rin nasusunod sa dulo sa gusto nyang sabihin.

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  64. Haaay ang bata pa niya ha…. Ang iniisip ko si josh hopefully maka recover siya siya mas magiging affected sa nangyari :(. Love na love pa naman niya si Tito noy niya. Haay sad Lang

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  65. RESPECTπŸ™

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  66. Rest in peace Pnoy. Naging mabuti kang presidente.

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  67. Aside praying for his soul, my sympathy goes to Josh. This is so tragic for Josh. πŸ’”

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  68. RIP president Noy. Simple man, no dramas. Will be dearly missed...

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  69. Rest in peace my president. Salamat sa iyong paglilingkod.

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  70. He may not be perfect but he did well and is the rare president who did not fear being held accountable. I truly felt we moved forward as a nation during his presidency. Rest in peace sir.

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  71. The President who made Phil economy soar high.

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  72. RIP Pnoy my president.

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  73. My heart bleeds for Josh. RIP President Noynoy. Thank you for serving us the best you could do. πŸ™

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  74. Rest in Peace, Noynoy.

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  75. Na-alala ko isa sya sa puritang senator at congressman. Mas mayaman pa mga kapatid nya sa kanya. May desisyon sya na hindi ko gusto bilang Pilipino pero alam ko hindi sya kurakot. RIP Mr. President.

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  76. What a great loss. Salute, Mr. President! Salamat sa hindi matatawarang paglilingkod at pagmamahal sa bayan.

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  77. Sobrang lungkot ko. Rest in peace, sir. Salamat po sa lahat. You gave us 6 years of excellent leadership. It wasn’t perfect, and you were flawed, but you were the best President this country has ever had. Thank you for being a good and honest man. Your parents would have been so proud of you. Mahal ka namin PNoy. Gabayan mo po kami ha. Salamat!

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  78. Rest in peace Mr. President. He may not be the best but for me he at least tried to be a better President. All my respect for him.

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  79. RIP President Noy

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  80. Ito yung presidente na nag angat sa status Pinas after years with GMA. I remember he would brag about how frugal his admin at madami tayo ipon. Investments are coming and maraming nagtiwala ulit na business partners sa Pilipinas. He was not perfect but i felt were in the right track during his admin. He's legacy was cleaning up the government, madami napakulong at madami nagulantang sa pork barrell scam. He believes na para makapagsimula ulit ang Pinas kailangan tanggaling ang mga "anay" and he did that. Pag nanonood ako ng SONA nya before halos maluha ako kasi andami nangyayari sa bansa and nararamdaman mo yun. Sadly hindi napagpatuloy ang nasimulan nya at back to ZERO ulit tayo mga kababayan. RIP PNOY, SALAMAT dahil sayo nagkaroon ako ng concern sa bansa ko at nagtiwala ako na meron pang pulitiko na mabuti ang intensyon sa PILIPINAS.

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  81. Rest in Peace, PNoy. Maraming salamat, PNoy. Nakakalungkot. Nakakapanghinayang. Para samin ng husband ko, you are still the best.

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  82. Why are they saying since he stepped down from office? He finished his term. Stepping down is entirely different. It means you stepped down because you were forced to leave. For me, it’s a disrespect to the person.

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    1. You are right. Stepped down means he was forced to do it because of some misdeed, which was not the case.

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    2. You put too much meaning in words. Stepping down is appropriate.

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    3. Stepped down because his position is the highest in the land. In tagalog, BUMABA sa pwesto hindi IBINABA sa pwesto.

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  83. Thank you for your service to the country Pnoy. May you rest in peace

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  84. Thank you for your service to the country Pnoy. May you rest in peace

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  85. Condolences to the Aquino family. ♥️🌹

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  86. Nakakabigla, nagulat talaga ako sa mga pangyayari.

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  87. Sobrang nalulungkot pa din ako dito sa news na ito. πŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί RIP PNoy

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  88. RIP Mr Pnoy, sayo ko naranasan ang mababang bilihin kahit papaano. salamat sa lahat ng naitulong mo.

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  89. So sudden and still too young to be gone. He definitely pulled this country from the heavy load of corruption and dishonesty before him. Succeeded in giving the country great economy and case against China during his watch. He was an honest and decent man.

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  90. I’m actually sad. I miss the economic success and the decency of his administration. RIP, Pnoy.

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  91. So the saying is true. Only the good die young. We have so many awful leaders and politicians that seem to live forever. Condolences to the Aquino family. Rest In Peace, sir.

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  92. Shocking and so sad. One of the good ones we’ve had as president which very rare in this country.

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  93. Gone are the days when the Filipinos can freely speak their minds without fear and there were less corruption and debts. Konti lang ang bastos at di talamak ang fake news. Country was progressive too during his term. A leader na pwedeng makapagsabayan sa ibang leader ng nations. Desente. But now, mapapa-hay ka nalang. I really hope his death shed a light for Filipinos to vote for a better leader coming this election.

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    1. @9:44 AM, sorry to tell you but there are too many bobotantes in pinas :)

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  94. You were a man of integrity and took your parent's value to heart while serving the Filipino people. I can say you were better than most ex presidents and the current one. RIP Pnoy, gone too soon

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  95. He set the standard of ethical presidency

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  96. Sabi nga ng school namin, he served with honor and dignity. Oh well, mga leaders ngayon rare n yan.
    And ganda pa economy ng Ph during his time.

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  97. Best President in my lifetime!

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    1. Yes, true sa lahat ng naging presidente ng pilipinas si Noynoy lang ang pinaka matinong presidente na hindi nag nakaw ng pera ng bayan at ipnakulong niya lahat ang nasa opisiyales ng gobyerno niya yung mga nagnakaw ng kaban ng bayan.

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  98. I am really sad of the news. I don't know why though he may not be the perfect president pero he is one of the best. Rest in Peace po Pnoy..

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