Posted on March 1, 2013 - Filed Under Punch Forum | Comments Off
26 Feb 2013
Re: Pareng Spines on detraction
Ahaaa … how it makes your blood boils!
Those who speak disparagingly about what you do, with your golden goose, your golden egg – el provincia de Pangasinan.
You seemed to forget this country is a democracy. There’s that check and balance when things go out of control, and your hair stand on end when some weirdos you deplores rock the boat to let the people know, that what you do are not that all rosy and acceptable to the taste.
THE GOLF COURSE OF THE POWERFUL NOT THE POOR . . .
In everybody’s perspective, this piece of crap was initiated not for this sport, but for something sinister – to make money on the soil excavated … black sand.
And the economic value which was trumpeted to create jobs, enhance tourism are all figments of the imagination. To attract golfers who will come to Lingayen, specially the Koreans who avails of the cheap services, you should have known they go only in two favorite places to swing at golf balls … John Hay and Clark … which are closer to that Korean enclave at Angeles.
What Lingayen has to offer? As far as it goes … zilch, nada, nothing!
SHADES OF THE BENJIE . . .
So, like the Sunday Punch with its heavy hitters like the boyish … Ermin, Jr. … the affable and huggable … Gonzlinger … who wouldn’t couldn’t give The Benjie even the chance to breath …. detractors?
What makes … detraction … acceptable? When it exposes corruption, malfeasance, cronyism to undermine the well-being of anything of importance – that’s acceptable.
And the happenings at Urduja, this past six (6) years has been shrouded in a cloud of suspicion.
1) The indictment being a Jueteng Lord … detraction?
2) The complains on the complete stranglehold on government projects without proper bidding … detraction?
3) The knowledge of having a rubber stamp Provincial Board, who by all intents and purposes are lapdogs … detraction?
4) The critique thrown at Pareng Spines on the purchase of Ford SUVs to be used by the provincial board members deemed unnecessary … detraction?
THE BALL IN YOUR HANDS SUNDAY PUNCH . . . .
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander! I would like to see unbiased … tartarioan balita … on the dark side of Pareng Spines.
Let there be light!