29 Jan ‘Hindi naman yan majority view’
JUAN SAYS: Wala ngang nakapansin Mr. President, trending ka nga oh! Number 1 ka pa! Hindi talaga. Hindi talaga kami ang majority na naghanap sa’yo kanina sa Villamor. Hindi kami majority!
From the speech, to his actions today, our president is a continuous disappointment to the “non-majority” Filipinos. No balls, no dignity, no honor. #NasaanAngPangulo Pag gusto maraming paraan. Pag ayaw, maraming BULLSHIT!
INQUIRER REPORTS: Malacañang on Thursday brushed off comments against President Benigno Aquino III’s absence at the arrival honors for the policemen killed in Maguindanao.
“Sa amin pong monitoring hindi naman yan majority view (Based on our monitoring, that is not the majority view),” Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. told Palace reporters.
Coloma, in past briefings, had explained that they at times monitor online sentiment on Aquino.
Aquino drew flak on Thursday morning after netizens learned that he was in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, attending the inauguration of car plant while the bodies the Philippine National Police (PNP) Special Action Force (SAF) members slain in Mamasapano town arrived in Manila.
His spokespersons insisted that he was not even scheduled to attend the event and will instead lead the necrological services on Friday.
However, many questioned why he chose to be with businessmen instead of the families of the slain officers.
The arrival honors for 42 out of the 44 slain cops were held a day after Aquino gave a public address on the clash. Authorities have yet to officially declare it as a “misencounter” between the SAF and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF).