Pulse Asia Pre-election Top 11 Senatoriable Survey

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12. Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan
11. Edgardo Angara
10. Aquilino Pimentel III

9. JV Ejercito
8. Joker Arroyo
7. Ralph Recto
6. Manny Villar

4. Alan Peter Cayetano
3. Francis Pangilinan
2. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson
1. Loren Legarda

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26 comments on “Pulse Asia Pre-election Top 11 Senatoriable Survey
  1. liane says:

    dont u have a complete list of all the names of senatorial candidates who are qualified to run in this position for this 2007 elections?

  2. meeh says:

    Defensor
    Kiram (he got married with only one lady)
    Escudero (although nagpalipat lipat din nman xia during edsa 2)

  3. Caesar says:

    iboboto q : 1. ping lacson 2. chiz escudero 3. Tito Sotto un lang…

  4. sexy woman says:

    The GO suck!!!

  5. bogs says:

    bakit lahat ng iboboto ko wala sa list ng top 11 survey!!!!!!!!!

    go NOYNOY AQUINO

    go TRILLANES

  6. hay naku!!! eto lang iboboto ko…. 1)defensor 2)magsaysay 3)joker arroyo…

  7. francis says:

    My bets for senator:(1)Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino,(2)Allan Cayetano,(3)Chiz Escudero,(4)Koko Pimentel,
    (5)Manny Villar,(6)Loren Legarda,(7)Panfilo Lacson,(8)Sonny Osmena,(9)Nikki Coseteng,(10)Sonia
    Roco,(11)Trillanes,(12)Joker Arroyo

  8. Joy Division says:

    People who are fighting against corruption should take the sits in the senate like Lacson, Escudero, Cayetano and others. People who are known for protecting the corrupt officials like Pichay, Defensor (the liar), Zubiri and others should take thier final bow and not to be part in legislative system.

    Lacson is right there should be 1. Bank account Tranparency sa mga Government officials 2. No more pork barrel.

    Di totoo na away lang ang gusto ng opposition. They are more sincere in fighting corruptions than admin themselves.

    The administration has done nothing but corruption. They only spend the government’s fund for thier own interest.

  9. ted cassidy says:

    The last senate was the worst. Sure, there were intelligent senators among them but what do the numbers show?we have spent a lot for nothing. Investigations in aid of legislation became the fad. Senate president Villar played with both sides just to remain senate president. Many among them grandstanded. The likes of Biazon, Osmena, Lacson, Pimentel, the EStradas, Drilon, even Villar, Enrile, Madrigal did nothing. Every issue was calendared for investigation by concerned committees not because they wer really driven by the desire to find the truth but to gain more points for their own selfish motives. Only the ouster of Arroyo would pacify them. They even connived with the left and some ambitious military personnels to advance their cause but to no avail. They reenacted the budget twice so as to sabotage the programs of the government and thereby infuriate the people more against the government. They tried to portray themselves as champions of the people but in truth they were not. They allied themselves with Erap whom they have ousted because of corruption and inefficiency to further strengthen their opposition to the president and eventually wrest control of the government from her. What do they offer? Nothing but themselves. Hoping that someday the presidency will be theirs. Now more than ever we need a more united and cohesive senate that would place the interest of the nation above self. The situation might not be ideal but it is better to have direction rather than be stalled in the situation we are now in. The economy is promising and we need to be united. Let us achieve this goal this coming election. Vote for candidates who will work for the common good so that we will progress. I don’t think we will need investgations in aid of legislation in the years to come nor impeachment proceedings that will achieve nothing. Team unity may not be the perfect team but an unprincipled opposition will further push our country down.

  10. Dear Dr M Bautista,

    I watched your interview in the Morning@ANC with Ricky Carandang today and I must
    say I was impressed with your honest answers during the interview. I’ll tell all my
    friends, colleagues and relatives to vote for you. I think it is very important that
    we have a “voice” to represent us the ordinary juan de la cruz of this country in the
    senate. We need public shools to educate our youth, we need public hospitals to treat
    our illnesses, we need public law-enforcers to protect us from crime, we need community
    healthcare workers to respond to our wellbeing, we need a government to create jobs for
    us, we need low cost housing to shelter us, we need residential and nursing homes for
    our elderly infirm, we need clean air for our health, we need livelihoods to support
    our families, we need churches for our spiritual needs. WE NEED TO BE ALLEVIATED FROM
    POVERTY AND HUNGER. Our politicians are spending millions of pesos in their campaigns
    to vote for them in the senate, don’t you think this is a waste of money which could be
    better spent in alleviating the poor state of “Juan de la Cruz”? GOOD LUCK TO YOU
    DR MARTIN BAUTISTA

  11. jaypiamz says:

    only 5 candidates the unity had, 4 are in between admin and opposition, while 3 of them are pure oppositions, that’s why we’ll just choose a pure genuine…i would rather vote straight GO.

    jaypiamz
    tuael, pres. roxas, cotabato

  12. para sa akin…12-0 for Administration candidate…Para wala ng awayan. Ang nangyayari kasi puro away. kaya yang mga GO na yan dapat da boxing na lang mag concentrate kasi puro away hanap ng mga yan. Dba ang palaging nagaaway sa pamilya ay tinatawag na blacksheep? kaya ang GO blacksheep mga yan.

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  14. doktor ng bayan says:

    WE DONT NEED TRAPO’S AND GOMA IN THE SENATE!
    WE NEED NEW POLITICS… NEW GOVERNANCE
    LET’S SUPPORT DR. MARTIN D. BAUTISTA THIS SENATORIAL ELECTIONS

    To my fellow PinoyMD’s,

    I am Martin D Bautista and I am running for the
    Philippine Senate. I graduated from the UP College of
    Medicine in 1989. I completed my Internship, Residency
    in Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Gastroenterology
    at the State University of New York, in Brooklyn from
    1990-1996. I certified in the American Board of
    Internal Medicine in 1994. From 1996 to 2006, my wife
    (who is a pulmonologist) and I practiced in rural
    Oklahoma. We have 4 daughters.

    The odds are indeed long and the poltical situation in
    our country appears to be irredeemably corrupted.

    For too long however, well-meaning citizens who lead
    comfortable, secure and private lives have been scared
    off by the immorality, filth and danger of a system
    that has always zealously protected the interests of
    our traditional polticians, meaning those dynasties
    that treat politics as a family livelihood project and
    see politics as a way to make a comfortable living.
    This would be fine if we lived in say, the US, where
    corruption likewise exists but where there is general
    access to toilets and potable water (28% of Filipinos
    do not); there is access to anti-hypertensives and
    diabetes meds (Pagdanganan 2006 survey: 80% cannot
    afford meds); access to food (yes many many Filipinos
    still go hungry involuntarily) …..you are well aware
    of the terrible realities but when confronted with the
    idea that people continue to die every single day
    because of this poisoned political situation you will
    be moved to do something.

    For too long, we have defaulted on our poltical
    responsibilities to family dynasties. We have allowed
    them to speak for us and we have allowed them to shape
    public policies that have resulted in the conditions
    we now face today. Small wonder then if you realize
    that the family agenda takes precedence over the
    common good, but this is part of human nature. I do
    not claim to be more moral than anybody nor do I claim
    to be without sin, all that I am claiming is that I am
    prepared to offer whatever talents I may have in order
    to promote the common good.

    Leadership is mostly about problem solving. An
    ordinary citizen in the Philippines does not have
    access to pertinent information and data that are
    necessary to arrive at enlightened decisions. This is
    one reason why I am running for the Senate.

    Leadership is about inspiring other people to unite
    towards common goals. Not having come from a prominent
    and wealthy family, I had to leave our country in
    order to become financially independent. During the
    course of 17 years in the US, I learned many lessons,
    took care of my family and I prepared for my return. I
    am convinced that the best education will not be found
    in Harvard but rather in having to live alone in a
    foreign land and being left to sink or swim on your
    own wits. I want our countrymen to appreciate and to
    gain inspiration from the countless sacrfices that
    millions of law-abiding, diligent, honest, hard
    working and patriotic Filipinos all over the world do
    every single day to keep our country afloat (2007
    budget: PhP 1.1 trillion 2006 Remittances through
    banks PhP 650 billion).

    I know that each one of us strives to help our country
    and we all continually look for other ways with which
    to help out. I just feel that politics,
    notwithstanding all the lethal corruption, remains the
    most effective path to promote the common good.

    If you look at the choices for the May elections, you
    will not see any difference between those who present
    themselves as “administration” or “opposition” . Same
    names, same historical self-serving agendas. Where
    have all these names and experiences brought us? We
    were the second best in Asia 50 years ago, now we are
    the second to the last.

    I joined Ang Kapatiran because I agree with its
    priorities: moral principles over political
    expediency; preferential option to the poor and
    vulnerable; common good over the demands of special
    interests; culture of life and peace over death and
    violence. Permanent reform will require a profound
    moral change in our national character.

    I invite all of you to join me. I am personally
    willing to bet everything material that I possess that
    if we ordinary citizens were to become aware that the
    power to change our country lies in each of us, then
    we can all work together in redeeming our Philippines.
    All the political dynasties with their innumerable
    guns, armies of goons, unlimited gold, Comelec will
    not stop an idea whose time has come.

    Martin D Bautista

  15. NONI MATON says:

    ANG RESULTA NG ELEKSYON AY HALOS KAPAREHO NG SURVEYS!! YAN AY ISANG KATOTOHANAN!!! NUN 2004 SINO ANG NANGUNA SA SURVEYS MAR, BONG, NENE, JAMBY, GORDON!! SILA DIN ANG NANGUNA SA RESULTA!! 2001 SINO ANG NANGUNA SA SURVEY– KABAYAN, FLAVIER, DRILON, MAGSAYSAY, JOKER. SILA DIN NANGUNA SA RESULTA NG ELEKSYON. 1998 LOREN !!! IPINAPAKITA LANG NG MGA PINOY ANG NAPUPULSUHAN NILA, SINO KARAPATDAPAT!! KUNG KULELAT SILA CHIZ, DEFENSOR, ZUBIRI KASI MGA BATANG TRAPO AT MAY PERSONAL NA MOTIBO PAG TAKBO NILA!! ALAM NA NG KARAMIHAN YAN!!! SILA GOMA AT CESAR NAMAN AY MAGBUTAS LANG NG SILYA SA SENADO!!

  16. pro o says:

    awb i know mas dominant ang mga opposition senators sa senado pagkatapos ng election

  17. Pol says:

    dapat mag royal rumble nalang ang mga kandidato, matira-matalo! haahahaha

  18. Ray says:

    nakakalungkot naman…haayy buuhayyy…

  19. Vans says:

    Kailangan natin ang mga bago at may paninindigan sa sariling salita, hindi iyong pabago-bago ng kanilang desisyon, dahil sa pabago-bagong desisyon kaya naman di maayos ang mga gusot sa problema sa bansa dahil na rin sa mga pulitiko na hunyango ba sa isip, sa salita at sa gawa. Kaya dapat lang ang mga iboto ay yaong mga di marunong bumali ng katotohanan o di marunong magsinungaling sa mamamayan at sa bansa at yaong di lang pansariling kapakanan o kapakanan lang ng iilan. Kaya naman iboto natin ang nararapat lang at hindi yaong porke’t beterano na sa pulitika o di kaya bago nga pero nadidigtahan din lang sa malacanang.

  20. jheny mercado says:

    hayyyyyyyyyyyyy….no comment

  21. troy says:

    Eleksyon na naman. Umaasa na naman tayo na sa pagbabago ng lider magbabago ang buhay natin. If the track record of politics as a whole in our country serves as a basis for where we should gather our hopes from, then I think we should send our leaders a message by boycotting the elections.

    The real 3rd force in this contest should stand for boycott. May multi-party system nga tayo, pero pare-pareho naman sila ng prinsipyo. Sa sistema natin ng pulutika, walang totoong oposisyon, kaya kung mag-rigodon sila ng mga myembro napakadali, walang magsasabi na na-compromise ang prinsipyo nila, pano magkakamukha silang lahat.

  22. jjj says:

    survey lang yan :))

  23. lex says:

    i regret not registering for the up-coming elections. if these people will run my country for 3 years, im pretty sure the philippines will remain stagnant. and the people will remain restless for change. i sure hope the voters choose wisely because this coming elections will probably determine the country’s state for the next 10 years or so. anyways, these are just thoughts of my still very juvenile mind.

  24. Sach says:

    katagal-tagal na silang naninilbihan sa bayan ngunit may nakikita a tayong mga resulta? WALA. kaya bakit palaging ibinoboto ang mga taong ito sa posisyon?

  25. reg says:

    ARE YOU FRIGGIN KIDDING ME? if that wil be the result of the elections…wala nang pag-asa ang pilipinas na umahon!!

  26. drew says:

    Aww Escudero is not in the list… Y_Y

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