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gensoriano
March 4th, 2004, 02:48 AM
Resumes' of the top Philippines Presidential Candidates


PRESIDENT ARROYO
Banking on "experience and integrity"

PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo became president
in January 2001 following the successful People Power 2 Revolution
that deposed her predecessor, Joseph Estrada. Arroyo will run for
president under the Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa
Kinabukasan
or K-4.

She was elected vice president in 1998 with the largest electoral
margin in Philippine history, with a vote of more than seven million.

As vice president, she was given the portfolio of Secretary of Social
Welfare and Development, a post which she held until October 2000.

She was first elected as senator in 1992 and reelected in 1995. She
also topped the elections with a record number of votes (16 million).
Her legislative efforts as senator were focused on building the
economy.

During her two terms, she filed 472 bills and resolution, 54 of which
were enacted into law. Among these laws are Tax Exemption for the
13th Month Pay, Export Development Act, Loans for Women Micro
Enterprises, Build-Operate-Transfer Law, Bank Entry Liberalization
Law, Thrift Banks Act, Anti-Sexual Harassment Law, Crop Insurance
Law, Indigenous People's Rights Law, Poverty Alleviation Law, New
Rent Control Law and the Magna Carta for Scientists, Engineers,
Researchers and other Science and Technology Personnel in Government.

During the Aquino administration, Arroyo was Assistant Trade
Secretary. She was also appointed Executive Director
of the Garment and Textile Board. She was later named Trade
Undersecretary and Governor of the Board of Investments.

She obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Economics degree, magna ***
laude, from the Assumption College (1968). She was a consistent
Dean's Lister during her studies in International Trade at the
Georgetown University in Washington D.C. She later
earned a Masters degree in Economics from the Ateneo de Manila
University (1978) and a Doctorate in Economics from the University
of the
Philippines (1985).

Macapagal-Arroyo is a recipient of the Rockefeller Foundation
Scholarship (1978-1983), the Japan Foundation Grant (1976-1977) and
the UPSE Fellowship (1970-1971).

She was also chairman and president of the UP Health Maintenance
Organization (1989-1998); executive director of the Philippine Center
for Economic Development (1994-1998); and chairman of the UP Economic
Foundation (1994-1998).

>From 1994-1998, she was member of the Presidential Task Force on Tax
and Tariff Reforms. She was also a member of the Technical Working
Group of the Philippine National Development Plan for the 21st
Century (Committee on National Framework for Regional Development and
Macroeconomics Framework for Development Financing.)

In the academe, Macapagal-Arroyo was chair of the Assumption College
Economics Department (1984-1987), assistant professor at the Ateneo
de Manila University and professor at the UP School of Economics
(1977-1987). She was also a professor at the Maryknoll College and
St. Scholastica's College.

She received the following citations: "Most Outstanding Senator" from
the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines, "One of Asia's Most
Powerful Women" of the Asiaweek Magazine and "Woman
of the Year" of the Catholic Educators Association of the
Philippines.

She is the daughter of the late President Diosdado Macapagal and Dr.
Evangeline Macaraeg. She is married to Jose Miguel T. Arroyo. They
have three children, Juan Miguel, Evangelina Lourdes and Diosdado
Ignacio.



FERNANDO POE JR.
(From reel to real.)

FERNANDO Poe Jr., the presidential candidate of the
"Angara-faction" of the opposition Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang
Pilipino, was born Ronald Allan Kelly Poe in Manila on Aug.20, 1939
to
Elizabeth Kelley and actor producer Fernando Poe Sr. His brother
Andy is
also an actor. He is married to actress Susan Roces (Jesusa Sonora).
They have a daughter, Mary Grace. He quit high school to work as
a messenger in a film exchange office.

Poe began his career in the movies as a stuntman for
Everlasting Pictures. He was actor Lilia Dizon's double in
Sonaron (Unfamed) in 1955. In his first acting role in Anak ni
Palaris
(Son of Palaris) in 1950, Poe shared top billing with Rosita Noble
and
Mario Escudero.Director Mario Barri gave him his screen name, after
his father who had earlier played the title role in Palaris in 1946.
But Poe's
biggest break was in Lo Waist Gang in 1956. It marked the local
cinema's shift from the fantasy world of costume productions to the
trendy realism of action movies. His first solo movie was Tough Guy
(1956). He was then signed up by Premiere Productions as a contract
actor. Poe proved his boxe office appeal in Kamay ni Cain (Hand of
Cain, 1957) where he received a Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and
Science (Famas) nomination. When Hollywood Far East Productions
opened, Poe was offered to do Markado (Branded), 1959, and upon his
demand, he was paid a much higher talent fee than he used to get. He
invested his savings in his own company, the FPJ Productions and
D'tanor productions.

Other movies where Poe played lead roles were Apollo Robles, 1961;
Sandata at Pangako (Weapon and Promises), 1961; Ako ang Katarungan (I
am Justice) 1962; Santo-Domingo (Saint Domingo), 1972; Ang Alamat
(The Legend),
1972; Perlas ng Silangan (Pearl of the Orient) 1973; Sanctuario
(Sanctuary), 1974; Patayin si Mediavitto
(Kill Mediavitto), 1978; and Lihim ng Guadalupe (Secret of
Guadalupe) 1979.

Under the name Ronwaldo Reyes, Poe has directed many of the FPJ films
that he himself has acted in like Alupihang Dagat (Sea Centipede),
1975 ; Kin,g 1978; Tatak ng Tondo (Mark of Tondo), 1978; Ang Padrino
(The Godfather). 1984; and Panday (Blacksmith) I, II, III and IV.
Awarded by the Famas were Panday II (1984) for best special visual
effects; Poe received nominations for best director from the Film
Academy of the Philippines for Panday III and Padreno. In most of
those movies, he played a hero who is peace loving; until he is
pushed against the wall by all sorts of kontrabida, and magnificently
rises in defense of the poor and the oppressed.


RAUL ROCO
(Counting on the youth.)

Raul S. Roco was born Oct. 26, 1941 in Naga City, Camarines Sur to
farmer Sulpicio Azuela Roco and public schoolteacher Rosario Orlanda
Sagarbarria. He will run for president under Aksyon Demokratiko.

He finished elementary and high school at the Ateneo de Naga. He
earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, magna *** laude, at San
Beda College in Manila. Roco received his Bachelor of Laws as Abbott
Awardee for Over-All Excellence at San Beda College.
He took his Master of Comparative Law as a University Fellow at
the University of Pennsylvania, USA.

Roco formed the Aksyon Demokratiko political party for his
presidential bid. He is married to Sonia Cubillo Malasarte, who was
named most outstanding student of the Philippines in
1964. They havesix children - Rabble Pierre, Raul Jr., Sophia,
Sareena, Rex and Synara-and four grandchildren.

Roco was the president of the National Union of Students of the
Philippines in 1961 and was one of the Ten Outstanding Students of
the Philippines in 1964. He was a delegate to the Constitutional
Convention of 1971 and was president of the Integrated Bar of the
Philippines from 1983 to 1985. As a member of the legal staff of the
late Sen. Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino, he drafted the Study Now, Pay Later
Law.

Taking time off from his legal work, he was executive producer of the
late great film director Lino Brocka's movie Tinimbang Ka Ngunit
Kulang, which won six Famas Awards including best film in 1974.

The Ford Foundation and the University of the Philippines Institute
of Strategic and Development Studies adjudged him first in overall
performance among legislators of the Eighth Congress from 1987 to
1992. He was also consistently cited top senator during his term in
the Senate from 1992 to 2000.

As a senator, Roco authored the law that reformed the central banking
system. The achievement earned him the title "Father of the Bangko
Sentral." Roco helped fund the teachers' cooperatives as well as
initiated the increment mandated by the Magna Carta for Public School
Teachers for retiring public school teachers. As a senator, Roco also
authored the Women in Nation Building Law, the Nursing Act, the Anti-
Sexual Harassment Law, the Anti-Rape Law and the Child and Family
Courts Act. He led efforts that resulted in the abolition of double
taxation for overseas workers.

Roco's vision for education is "Bawat graduate bayani at marangal"
or "Each graduate is a hero and a person of dignity." As Secretary of
Education, Roco implemented, for the first time in Philippine
educational history, free public primary and high school education.
He also implemented an education curriculum reform, which focused on
reading, writing, arithmetic, science and Makabayan subjects.

When Roco took over as education secretary in January 2001, the Asia
Foundation-Social Weather Stations Survey of Enterprises on Public
Sector Corruption ranked his department the fourth most corrupt
government agency. Roco quickly imposed a department-wide
transparency policy, including the purchase of textbooks, one of the
biggest sources of corruption in the DepEd. As a result, in only
eight months, the same survey group ranked the Department of
Education the most trusted agency of the government.
It was given a 73 percent approval rating by the public.


SEN. PANFILO LACSON
(Law and order count)

SEN. Panfilo "Ping" M. Lacson hopes to put his crime-fighting crusade
to greater heights by aspiring for the presidency. Born on June 1,
1948 in Imus, Cavite, Lacson joined the Philippine Military Academy
in 1967 and graduated in 1971. His decision to run for president was
contested by the "Angara faction" of the opposition Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino, which chose actor Fernando Poe Jr. as its
official candidate.

Lacson had his primary education at the Bayang Loma Elementary
School. He finished high school at the Imus Institute. He earned a
Masters degree in Government Management at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod
ng Maynila.

Before he became a senator, Lacson was the country's police chief
under the administration of deposed president Joseph Estrada. He was
also the chief of the defunct Presidential Anti-organized Crime Task
Force June until January 2001. Lacson was a member of the Metrocom
Intelligence and Security Group from 1971 to 1986. As the country's
top police officer, Lacson said he was responsible for renewing the
high level of trust and confidence for the man in uniform.

He listed the following as some of his achievements as police chief:

7Ordered the "15-85" distribution of PNP resources,
meaning 15 percent left for headquarters and 85 percent down
the line to the men in the field;

7Imposed the "No Take" policy among police officers
and waged a determined war against "kotong" or mulcting
policemen.

7Initiated closer coordination with other law enforcement agencies,
in the Philippines and abroad, in the fight against criminality
thereby winning the confidence of businessmen and foreign investors;

7Innovated the two-pronged approach in the fight against narcotics
trafficking through supply constriction and demand reduction;

7Ordered the return of recovered stolen vehicles to their rightful
owners;

7Reduced the incidence of petty crimes through the establishment of
more police centers and the deployment of patrols from the Philippine
Marines.

Lacson lives in BF Homes, Paraqaque City with wife Alice de Perio
Lacson and children, Ronald Jay P. Lacson, Panlilio P. Lacson Jr. and
Jeric F. Lacson.


Bro. EDDIE VILLANUEVA
(Moral rebirth, the country's hope.)

Brother Eduardo "Eddie" Villanueva, founder of Jesus is Lord
Movement, was born in Bocaue, Bulacan, on Oct. 6, 1946. He intends to
run for president as an independent candidate.

In 1969, he graduated with a degree in Commerce, majoring in
Economics, from the Philippine College of Commerce (PCC), which has
since been renamed as the Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
He took up law at the University of the Philippines but "was
sidelined by activism and never had time to take the bar
(examination)."

He worked as a full-time faculty member in the Economics and Finance
Department of PCC until 1972. He then worked as the export manager of
the Maran Export Industries in 1973 and from 1976 to 1977, he was the
general manager of the Agape Trading Co. He returned to PUP in 1978
as a part-time professor.

In 1978, he founded the Jesus is Lord fellowship, which started with
just eight members. Bro. Eddie claims that JIL now has some seven
million members.

Bro. Eddie received the Gintong Ama (Golden Father) award for Socio-
Civic/ Religious Sector from the Golden Mother and Father Foundation
in June 1996. He was also voted as the Pastor of the Year in a 1998
worldwide search conducted by Dr. George Otis' High Adventure
Ministries. Ministries broadcasts the Voice of Hope Program in 72
countries.

Villanueva has also been ordained Minister of the Gospel of the Lord
Jesus Christ in 1979 by the California-based Victory in Christ Church
and International Ministries. He has also been conferred the Office
of Episcopacy by the Sectarian Body of Christ in the Philippines in
April 1996.

In February 2001, Bro.Eddie received the EDSA People Power Freedom
Award for ZOE TV 11 for its fair coverage of the People Power II
movement. He founded, owns ZOE Broadcasting Network Inc. and operates
Channel 11. Bro. Eddie hosts three ZOE programs.

Note: Copied from another website

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Bty Hunter
March 4th, 2004, 08:16 AM
That's very informative.:hippie:

ben.escandor
March 4th, 2004, 09:23 AM
MARAMING SALAMAT GENSORIANO SA MATIMBANG AT PANTAY NA PAGSASAAD MO NG MGA KAKAYAHAN AT MGA NAGAWA NA NG BAWA'T ISANG KANDIDATO!!
MABUHAY KA.

BEERHUNTER

dong1967
March 5th, 2004, 03:00 AM
....GMA syempre....kung baga sa manok.....blend of kelso,lemon,sweater,round head,hennie and asil.....

Soseng
March 5th, 2004, 03:03 AM
Who is crazier?

1. How to tell if there is a crazy person inside the
cockpit?
Ans: if he is bringing a duck into the game.

2. How to tell if someone is crazier than the first
person?
Ans: if he bets on the duck.

3. How to tell if the Mafia is working inside the
cockpit?
Ans: if the duck wins the derby!

Friends, we used to find this funny and only on
stories. But sadly, this is no longer amusing nor is
it only found in stories. Every three years, this sort
of comedy act happens right under our noses. Nowadays
ducks are winning the elections here and there.

There is nothing wrong with our country, it is the
government and the "ducks" running it, that is making
us waddle more and more in mud.

No matter how good and popular a plumber is, he cannot
operate a quadruple heart-bypass as a trained surgeon
can. Nor can a surgeon operate on the twisting pipes
around his house with ease as a plumber can. It's a
matter of which is the right tool for the job.

Come May, let us try to figure out who are the ducks
among the texas-roosters. Do not let the ads fool you --
that is what ads are for.

Just take a minute and look at the person, his stand
on issues, his track record, his history, the persons
around him, and compare those variables with our short
history -- who was with the dictatorship and who was
in the streets fighting against it.

Hopefully ducks won't win this time around. I wouldn't
like to waddle in mud anymore than you do.

Vote intelligently!

Let us help inform our fellow voters.

:hombre:

Soseng

talahib747
March 5th, 2004, 10:20 AM
gensoriano,

pare bakit si eddie gil di mo nilagay yung track record?:)

ROYhatchkelso
March 5th, 2004, 03:57 PM
Pre Talahib,

hindi yata gaanong matunog ang pangalan ni Eddie Gil. Ang alam ko lang nga rin doon ay businessman iyon.

Eto, may natandaan akong nagpadala sa akin ng email tungkol sa interview sa kanya. pero comedy ang dating eh.. totoo kaya ito? :hippie:

read on..
*****************

Vicky Morales (VM): Ano po ang isang normal na araw sa
inyo?
Eddie Gil (EG): Sabado.

---

VM: Ano'ng pangalan ng tatay niyo?
EG: Ay, nde ko pedeng sabihin.
VM: Bakit naman?
EG: Masyadong sentimental. Pag binanggit ko yun,
mawawala lahat ng nasaisip ko.
VM: Pero patay na siya?
EG: Oo, pero nakikita ko pa. Pag gusto ko siyang
makita, nakikitako. Saka nagbibigay din siya ng
instructions sa akin, para sa mgaginagawa ko.
VM: Ha, paano? Sa panaginip?
EG: Oo, sa panaginip. Minsan, isinusulat din niya sa
blackboard.

-----

VM: Magkano ang net worth nyo?
EG: Yun nga, papaunlarin natin ang Pilipinas.
VM: Hmm, yung net worth nyo po. Magkano?
EG: Yun nga yung una kong gagawin, aayusin ang
Pilipinas.
VM: Yung net worth po.
EG: Ano'ng net worth?
VM (nanlumo sa sagot): Hmm.. yung halaga po ninyo,
yung halaga ng mgaari-arian nyo?
EG: Ah, hindi ko masasabi kung magkano ang halaga ko.

-----

VM: Isa po sa plano nyo yung gawin dollar ang currency
ng Pilipinas.
EG: Oo, gagawin nating Philippine dollar. Bakit yung
ibang bansa,dollar ang gamit. Ang Korea, may Korean
dollar. Ang China, CHinesedollar.
VM (confused na): Dollar ba ang gamit ng Korea, hindi
ba Won? Saka angChina, Yuan di ba?
EG: Dollar din yun.

-----

After watching the 'Paninindigan' special by GMA 7, I
think Eddie Gilis the best bet for the presidency. He
basically lambasted fellowpresidentiable Fernando Poe
Jr. Basically, we all thought that FPJ wasthe runaway
winner for being the laughing stock of the campaign
period- boy, were we wrong.

Here are some of the things Eddie Gil said:
(non-verbatim)

On the ECONOMY:
I will change the Philippine currency tothe 'dollar'
so that we will be more competitive in the global
arena.Countries like Korea and China are now using the
dollar and we mustfollow suit. When we do this, one
Philippine Dollar will be equivalentto one US Dollar.

first, I think we all know that the name of the
currency doesn'thave any bearing on its value. There
are no similarities between the USand Australian
dollar except for the fact that they are called with
thesame term.

secondly, Korea and China don't use the 'dollar' in
their localmarkets. Korea's currency is the won while
China has the new yuan.

and lastly, his logic regarding the 1:1 ratio by
merely changingthe name of the currency is an insult
to intellect. If that were thecase, I'm sure Cory or
FVR would have done that a long time ago.

I will improve the economy by showing the worldthat
the Filipino is intelligent and industrious

DUH. Isn't this exactly what we're doing?

(when asked about the GATT) What's GATT?

What the hell! A presidentiable doesn't know what GATT
is?

On the NATIONAL DEBT

I will pay the national debt with my own money

If indeed he can, he is probably the biggest tax
evader in AsianHistory. The current national debt
stands at more than 5 trillionpesos. And yes, wasn't
he the same person who couldn't even pay hishotel
bills??? sheesh. And he says all that was just a plot
to ruin his reputation -is there even a need to?


On Population Control
Hindi natin kailangan ng family planning!Magplano kayo
gabi-gabi para manganak kayo ng buwan-buwan! Tingnan
nyoang China (reporter: sir, diba malaki ang China?).
Malaki rin angPilipinas!

Huh?

On the MARCOS WEALTH
May kaso na ba against the Marcoses (reporter : opo),
kakausapin ko sila na ipamigay ang pera sa mga
mahihirap.

ay tama yan....

On Peace and Order
lahat ng mga rebelde nangako ng susuko kapagnanalo ako

Though it was very likely that the rebels did say
tongue-in-cheek(since he won't win), don't you think
PGH Ward 7 is the better placefor this guy?

On Education
Dapat nating bigyang pansin ang edukasyon....

Wow... galing.

EDDIE GIL FOR PRESIDENT!!!!

dong1967
March 5th, 2004, 11:11 PM
dapat patingin muna sa albulario si Mr. Gil.......patawas muna siya!:lol: :lol:


dong1967

Bty Hunter
March 7th, 2004, 03:52 AM
Baka nanuno sa punso ang isang 'to.:lol:

ben.escandor
March 8th, 2004, 09:33 PM
Huwag kayong kasisiguro, dahil nakumbinsi nga ni Eddie Gil si Pilar Pilapil at si Eddie Ilarde!!

BEERHUNTER

kimora
March 8th, 2004, 09:46 PM
Malamang pabor kayo kay GMA, dahil mataas ang pinag aralan etc etc. Pero paano ninyo ipapaliwanag na mula nung umupo siya bilang presidente, lalong naging kawawa ang mga magsasaka. Di ninyo siguro alam ito dahil nasa abroad kayo at nagpapakasasa sa dolyar. Ang daling sabihin na, di na tayo nadala kay Erap. Pero ang masasabi ko lang, bilang farmer, mas maganda ang kita ng mga magsasaka nung panahon ni Erap kesa ngayon.

As an OFW, nagpapatanim pa rin ako sa kaunting lupa ko. During Erap's time, I even considered going back home to become a full pledge magsasaka. Ang ganda ng kita namin noon. Since umupo si Gloria kung hindi lugi, tama lang na mabawi ang gastos mo.

Last year, instead of helping tobacco planters, hayun pinayagang mag import ang mga pagawaan ng sigarilyo ng tabako. Resulta, nagkakalugi lugi kami. Ngayon namang maraming nagtanim ng mais, hayun pinayagan na namang mag import ang mga feed millers at hog raisers ng tonetoneladang mais. Resulta, bagsak na naman ang presyo ng mais.

Bakit bago magtaniman hindi sila mag import ng mga murang abono at insectisides? Ayaw kaya ng mga kaibigan niyang negosyante? Kaya tama kayo kailangan talagang mag isip mabuti bago bumuto.

Bty Hunter
March 9th, 2004, 04:47 AM
Our family is also engaged in agri-business in the Philippines for over 25 years now. How our government deals with our farmers the way you said it, is not something new. Its how its always been, our government favoring importation of commodities as opposed to encouraging our own production. One reason i suppose why our economy will be nothing more than a BUY and SELL economy..Say for example rice, pork and chicken..Check out how much we import of these items..for an archipelago that is most conducive to farming i'd say we're way UNDERCAPACITY in the utilization of our resources....

And yet we whine and complain that there is no job to be found in PI, and that people are getting hungry...its not just the government then..ITS the people too..basically kasi likas na tamad at mayabang ang Pinoy---this is a killer COMBO....Wika nga ng tatay ko " pag ang tao natutung magtanim , hindi yan magugutom "....Most of us Filipinos don't, and the people drawn from the masses to lead us neither.:hippie:

sonny_padilla
March 10th, 2004, 10:03 PM
dito na tayo sa LLAMADO subok na sa labanan kay GMA :rbounce:

dong1967
March 11th, 2004, 11:27 PM
.....gma all the way

llamadista9
March 15th, 2004, 01:01 AM
roco ako, lol..

james h
March 15th, 2004, 10:38 AM
PGMA is still our best choice for the Presidency!!!

ben.escandor
March 17th, 2004, 01:10 AM
alisin ang mota at papaglinawin ang isip

BEERHUNTER

Ed Regondola
March 17th, 2004, 11:03 PM
KAY ROCO TAYO, ORAGON YAN SIGURADONG UUNLAD ANG PILIPINAS. AAT HINDI MANGUNGURAKOT.

rmndafable
August 27th, 2009, 09:45 PM
Malamang pabor kayo kay GMA, dahil mataas ang pinag aralan etc etc. Pero paano ninyo ipapaliwanag na mula nung umupo siya bilang presidente, lalong naging kawawa ang mga magsasaka. Di ninyo siguro alam ito dahil nasa abroad kayo at nagpapakasasa sa dolyar. Ang daling sabihin na, di na tayo nadala kay Erap. Pero ang masasabi ko lang, bilang farmer, mas maganda ang kita ng mga magsasaka nung panahon ni Erap kesa ngayon.

As an OFW, nagpapatanim pa rin ako sa kaunting lupa ko. During Erap's time, I even considered going back home to become a full pledge magsasaka. Ang ganda ng kita namin noon. Since umupo si Gloria kung hindi lugi, tama lang na mabawi ang gastos mo.

Last year, instead of helping tobacco planters, hayun pinayagang mag import ang mga pagawaan ng sigarilyo ng tabako. Resulta, nagkakalugi lugi kami. Ngayon namang maraming nagtanim ng mais, hayun pinayagan na namang mag import ang mga feed millers at hog raisers ng tonetoneladang mais. Resulta, bagsak na naman ang presyo ng mais.

Bakit bago magtaniman hindi sila mag import ng mga murang abono at insectisides? Ayaw kaya ng mga kaibigan niyang negosyante? Kaya tama kayo kailangan talagang mag isip mabuti bago bumuto.


5 taon matapos ang pangulong Gloria M. Arroyo

rmndafable
August 27th, 2009, 09:51 PM
....GMA syempre....kung baga sa manok.....blend of kelso,lemon,sweater,round head,hennie and asil.....

kirk farm
August 28th, 2009, 07:34 PM
ayos sir avater mo ah....................:D

arnelcas
August 29th, 2009, 12:42 PM
[quote=james h]PGMA is still our best choice for the Presidency!!![/quote0


:( :( :(

entz79
August 29th, 2009, 01:15 PM
[quote=james h]PGMA is still our best choice for the Presidency!!![/qu

so much for logic......:( if its too good to be true...... its almost 100% scam... GMA-is both SCUM and SCAM at the same time.:mad: