30 July 2012

List of Anti-RH Representatives

Here is an initial list of legislators who are against the Reproductive Health Bill (House Bill No. 4244), which I will update regularly. Along with their names are links to articles and statements found online where their opposition to this legislative measure was declared by them in their personal capacities, by members of the Catholic Church leadership, or by journalists.

Note that this is not a complete list. If you notice a decrease in number of Representatives here, it may be because of varying factors such as a change in their position or misleading information from not-so-reliable declarations of the Church.


Ang personal kong panawagan ay huwag sanang basta-bastang awayin ang mga Kinatawan na hindi natin kapanig sa laban para sa RH. May ilan pa rin sa kanila na maaaring magbago ang pananaw at paninindigan. Let's all do our best to ensure that this list grows shorter. 






16 comments:

  1. good work. personally, not only will i not vote for such people, but i will campaign against them as well.

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    1. Salamat! Tuloy tuloy lang tayo sa laban!

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  2. http://www.rappler.com/nation/9479-minority-solons-withdraw-support-for-rh-bill
    * Quezon Rep Danilo Suarez
    * Siquijor Rep Orlando Fua
    * AA Kasosyo party list Rep Nasser Pangandaman
    * Lanao Del Sur Rep Muhammad Hussein Pangandaman
    * ALE party list Rep Catalina Bagasina
    * Camarines Norte Rep Elmer Panotes

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    1. Yup. I added them na. Salamat. :)

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    2. These six representatives are open-minded and very realistic!

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    3. Realistic!?! What planet are you from? Are you saying that the Philippines is a first-world country!?! That there is no POVERTY, OVER-POPULATION, CORRUPTION!?! Hello!!! Anybody in there?!!

      Btw, in case you did not read the text on the pic, "I will never support anti-RH legislators!"! If you support them, MAKE YOUR OWN BLOG!!!

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  3. Good work publishing this list. I will campaign for these people to get elected or re-elected again in the coming elections. I'm praying this list gets longer!

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    1. I pray that your prayer will go unanswered. :)

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    2. With you in your prayer, Jeff. ;)

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  4. Go ahead and re-elect these idiots. You deserve each other! While they line their pockets, you languish in your poverty and ignorance. They want you to stay that way, of course, so they can continue to stay in power. :P

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    1. Nasagot mo na, Joyce. 'Di ko na dadagdagan pa. Enough said, especially for narrow-minded people like him. Hehe.

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    2. Kaya dapat ma-ipasa na ang RH Bill sa lalong madaling panahon para di na dumami ang mga katulad ni Jun Abejo. ;)

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    3. that is exactly correct Joyce Cabanero, It's their choice.. pero why should they contradict when this bill is voluntary and is even respecting the right of those Anti RH BILL to practice Natural Methods.. THE FEW JUST CANNOT DICTATE THE NEEDS OF THE MANY . . (because we are in a DEMOCRACY and not a COMMUNIST REPUBLIC . .

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    4. Sumunod lng kaming mga anti RH bill kung ano ang tama sa mata ng Dios.I'm happy na solid pa rin kaming mga Catholic charismatic withBro. Bingbong Crisologo,Bro.Mike Velarde,Lucy Torres and Manny Pacqiao to God be the Glory Forever!

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  5. Great blog! Lots of useful info here. :) Would you also happen to have a list of those who can still potentially swing? We'd like to add a bit of pressure by writing them :) Thanks!

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  6. It was a good topic to talk about. RH Bill is very popular topic that we need to understand further this days.

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