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A Facebook Debate with an Altruistic RH Bill Supporter

April 18, 2011

No need for a verbose introduction. This post contains my actual Facebook (unedited, unabridged, untouched) conversation or debate (call it what you will) with an altruist, good-intentioned Reproductive Health bill supporter. Venue? The AP (Anti-Pinoy) Crowd.

  • Froilan Vincent

    Why not call this thingy, The PC Crowd?
    • Richard Ryan Cruz likes this.
      • Froilan VincentPolitical correctness… In a politically correct society, the rule is, the state must guarantee people’s right to everything (e.g., food, shelter, clothing, medicine, health care, transport, and so on), as well as equality (not under the law but metaphysical equality).
      • Ruben Panganibananti-pinoy seems catchy😀

        2 hours ago ·
      • Laurence Marco SalsalidaMaybe AP is more cool than PC
      • Froilan VincentI’m sorry, but what’s AP by the way? AP stands for?
      • Laurence Marco Salsalidain terms of letter arrangement and the sound when it’s read…
      • Ruben Panganibanpc crowd seems like some sort of tech support forum.

        2 hours ago ·
      • Laurence Marco SalsalidaAnti-Pinoy, correct me if I’m mistaken…

        2 hours ago ·
      • Ruben Panganibani’m anti-pinoy because i hate myself, thats just emo lol.

        2 hours ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Ok. This is indeed a politically correct crowd. PNOY could be the worst prexy in RP if he signs two dangerous bills into law: RH bill and Anti-trust law. These two legislative proposals could reduce this poverty-stricken country into a stin…king hell-hole overnight! Well, some groups rally for the passage of the RH bill because they’re gonna benefit from it economically. While another group are also rallying for the passage of anti-trust law because it’d benefit their business empire against better companies and market entrants.See More
        2 hours ago ·
      • Percival BueserFroilan VincentStatistically, anti-PNoy ito.

        2 hours ago ·
      • Laurence Marco SalsalidaPlz expound Mr. Froilan, I’m very interested on what you have to say…

        2 hours ago ·
      • Ruben Panganibani’m not too sure about the RH bill, i’m sort of still pro for it.

        2 hours ago · · 1 personLyle Justin Almeda Egay likes this.
      • Kevin LimkinglamAntiPinoy – examines carefully what makes the Filipino culture rusty.

        2 hours ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        The RH bill is not what it is. It’s time for the people to read it. It’s about controlling the entire industry, medical profession and education sector so to serve its alleged beneficiaries: the poor and the marginalized. The government has no money, so it has to turn to producers, which are employers and doctors. It’s not even about responsible parenthood and population control, because these two, in reality, can’t be legislated. Read the bill. Every social or welfare program requires funding, and the government is already bankrupt. According to the bill, employers will be forced under pain of fine or imprisonment or both, to provide the RH care services of their workers. Why force them? Thus, on economic perspective, the bill is a gigantic regulatory measure that could scare away both domestic and foreign investors. Have you not heard that businessmen in SEA consider RP a risky investment venue?See More
        2 hours ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        As for anti-trust law, this proposal seeks to legislate competition and the so-called “intent” to monopolize, and monopoly. The fundamental question that our lawmakers and half-wit economists from UP failed or don’t want to confront is: Wha…t’s the source of monopoly? In reality, the source of monopoly is the government. Take for example the case of Globe and PLDT, which are now being labeled as “duopoly.” What’s the cause of this alleged “duopoly”? Is it because they’re so good, or it’s because of other factors like government intervention, protectionism, and regulations. Because of regulations, companies are afraid to invest in RP. Because of protectionism, foreign companies are restrained or limited by our Charter from investing here. Because of intervention, businessmen in SEA consider RP a bad investment venue. So naturally, only the old players are left to cut each other’s throat. What if we allow outsider to invest here by downsizing the government and repealing interventionist laws? Competition leads to innovation, quality services, low prices, and satisfied consumers!See More
        2 hours ago ·
      • Robyn Yves

        Froilan, there is $$ for pork. bankrupt government is a rumor. i’d like the rh bill to pass into law.employment responsibilities should be more refined; maybe businesses can coordinate with an NGO or whatever in terms of health services and… get a tax exempt in turn. anyone who works for a pinoy co. willing to shed light on healthcare practices? the part foreign-owned call centers have health cards as a staple. the health card is not a guarantee you won’t sink into poverty if u get sick tho, but the small things it can provide the employee can be the first line of defense in terms of health.http://www.likhaan.org/content/sec-21-employers%E2%80%99-responsibilities-0See More
        about an hour ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Lol! When I said downsizing the government, that includes removing their pork! “Downsizing” is both a political and economic concept. You have to understand what this concept means first to get to my main point. As to your “rumor” thing, where the hell have you been? Gloria doubled our debt, the government confronts budget deficit, etc. Do you own a business? What “refined” employment responsibilities are you talking about? Nobody should have the right to force businessmen how to run their business! The only answer to your plea for free health care for workers is freer economy, wherein the government only plays a minimal role so that investors and employers would be encouraged to do business in the country. More businesses or investments means more competition, and more or higher competition means businesses are compelled by the market to offer good compensation and health benefit packages to their workers!See More
        about an hour ago ·
      • Froilan VincentLikhaan is a hippyish, leftist org. I don’t trust that crappy org.

        about an hour ago · · 1 personLoading…
      • Lemwel Soliman‎@froilan-Aaw yeah! You got it right sir!

        about an hour ago · · 1 personLoading…
      • Percival BueserFroilan VincentWhat’s Likhaan?

        about an hour ago ·
      • Rouscell Palukz PascuaLikhaan sounded like PROPAGATION to me

        about an hour ago ·
      • Percival BueserFroilan VincentAw. Akala ko naman yung creative writing publication ng UP . Hehe =)

        about an hour ago ·
      • Lemwel SolimanAn NGO occupied in providing direct health care services to women in marginalized communities.

        about an hour ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent Their website… http://www.likhaan.org/content/about-likhaanjust another left-wing group. This country has long been bombarded with left-wing groups and orgs asking for FREEBIES and everything…

        about an hour ago · · 1 personLemwel Soliman likes this.
      • Lemwel SolimanAs in EVERYTHING.

        about an hour ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Yes, from food to transport to medicine to condom to ligation and so on. They want every inch of the government in our lives, from WOMB to TOMB! Who’s gonna produce wealth to guarantee all these things! The government has no money, and it o…nly relies on the productive forces of this country for provision of welfare services. What if these productive individuals and companies would just shrug by voting with their feet or just simply SHRUG!See More
        about an hour ago ·
      • Robyn Yves

        Froilan, i smell an extreme randist in u. hey, i’m cool for more businesses and making PH a great environment for businesses.
        i’m also cool for government sponsored programs.”free the economy” – are we talking about the abolition of 60/40 …or some other rand-related idea?i know about ate glue’s blowing our debt. so yeah we are “bankrupt” according to your polemics, though the government still gets dough from the taxpayers to spend on pork and nido-like tourism campaignsSee More
        about an hour ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        I smell Marxism, too. This is not about Rand or Marx or holy ghost. It’s about reality. That’s what I hate about leftists or leftists in denial. They argue by saying, “I smell this or that…” I am talking about the abolition of the idea of… Karl Marx, “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need.” That credo must be abolished from our system. That’s the system of the RH bill. Bankrupt? It’s the leftists who love to spout these things! The leftists love to whine about our huge debt and bankruptcy. Why not listen to your comrades. You can choose to ignore reality if it suits you. Ask a leftist first. They love to talk about our bankruptcy. Want me to cite leftist reference of RP’s bankruptcy?See More
        57 minutes ago · · 1 personLemwel Soliman likes this.
      • Robyn Yvesrandists can rant all about “freeing the market”. 100% capitalism seems like a great thing, then those pesky rich countries ruin the image because they are actually a bunch of socialists suckers who attempt to care for the citizens from womb to tomb.

        57 minutes ago ·
      • Percival BueserRobyn Yves Check this out: https://fvdb.wordpress.com/

        56 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesfroilan, ui your ideas aren’t even precise. more precision on your anti-socialist polemics plez

        56 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Well, Marxists can talk about taking care of the poor by bankrupting this country. Of course, you can’t refute all these things because the first thing Marx did was to deny LOGIC and REASON… I think, what is not PRECISE is the fact that y…ou cannot go on with massive spending without taxing and taking on companies and businesses and everyone who’s willing to work. The bad thing about statism or socialism is, the government will RUN OUT OF MONEY in the end and everybody will have to suffer. We deserve every crisis we confront as a country. It’s our own making.See More
        52 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesfroilan, ure making assumptions that i’m all for taxing ppl for the heck of it. i’m applying buddhist tenets here: the middle way.

        51 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yves now let me take potshots at rand.
        1. a real galt movement is already happening: brain drain.
        2. u can whine about people being useless despite being born and conditioned to be useless, but the “useless” are also consumers and drivers of the economy so tough luck,capitalists. those poor la lus tamads who multiply and run out of money means less $$ circulating in the economic system

        49 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesdepression economics is in your face. more unemployed, less cash to spend, less aggregate demand. A+ hypocrisy to condemn these bloody useless people to forever being bloody useless when it hurts u in the long run

        47 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Oh, that’s funny… This is what good-intentioned people don’t get. Welfare programs like RH bill are being billed or advertised as pro-poor programs. But what they don’t know is that these programs require money. You don’t even understand …what the RH bill is all about. It won’t rely on taxes. It will rely on employers who will be FORCED AT THE POINT OF GUN to provide the RH care services of their workers. Why JAIL employers and doctors? Why JAIL or FINE a Catholic doctor who simply believes that ligation or whatever is in breach of his/her conscience. That runs counter to freedom of conscience. That runs counter to freedom of religion, which we cherish in this country. How many Catholic or religious hospitals do we have here? You mean you will have to JAIL them if they don’t want to conduct ligation or vasectomy operations or comply with the intents of the bill?See More
        46 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        FYI, we have medical BRAIN DRAIN in this country. What more if you try to fine or jail them for not complying with the RH bill simply because they’re Catholics or religionists? WAIT! I’M A HARDCORE ATHEIST. However, I’m for freedom! Freedom… does not mean the government must provide it to us, like Edcel Lagman’s freedom of choice. Don’t talk about my being a “Randian” simply because you don’t know what Rand advocated. I CAN TALK ABOUT YOU’RE BEING A MARXIST or a STATIST because I understand Marxism and Statism more than you or any person here do…See More
        41 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yves

        froilan, where have u been? did u hear about mandatory sex ed being scrapped? the rh bill is being hacked and slashed. raising hackles over an unfinished dish is nuts. y not write to your local tongresmen to rework the bill to be more sens…iblesure all programs require money because taking care of ppl require money durr. those richy rich annoying countries didn’t become rich by being full blown capitalists and throwing the idea of taxes into the bin. and don’t get me wrong, i’m not advocating more taxes for socialist programs. the pork barrel is one fcked spending, so fix the fckery first, better budget allocation. spend on what will keep ppl from spreading STDs and breedng like rabbits when they have money, or breeding when theyare on the brink of financial death.hello, just in case you missed the point: you are part of the system like those poor la lus.See More
        41 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan VincentSo you’re OK with JAILING employers and doctors who failing or refusing to comply with the bill? It seems that you don’t understand what you’re advocating for. RH bill is statism or socialism.

        38 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yveset plez, you’re the one making assumptions about the zeitgeist of my economic thoughts. suddenly the argument becomes a personal one. i understand marxism and randism, they tried hard to exist in reality but it’s just another utopian idea. pleeehz.

        38 minutes ago · · 1 personWilliam Pamplona likes this.
      • Froilan VincentNo, answer my question this is part of the bill, and please don’t raise some conspiracy theories. That exposes you as a stupid Marxist. Are you OK with JAILING employers and doctors for failing or refusing to comply with the bill?

        36 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesfroilan, now cool. you’re actually asking me questions. i do not advocate jailing employers and doctors. now can we have more civility or are we going to unleash some unnecessary sentai projectiles at each other?

        36 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesone of my biggest problems with pinoys is that they make a LOT of assumptions before taking the time to ask questions. now u wanna exchange ideas or just rant about yours?

        35 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Haha! You said: ” i do not advocate jailing employers and doctors.” But the RH bill under Employers’ Responsibilities” and Penalty provisions talks about FINING and JAILING employers and doctors and anyone who fail or refuse to comply with i…ts provisions. If you support the bill, you also support its punitive provisions that could jail say, a Catholic doctor like a good friend of mine who said she doesn’t want to comply with its provisions and breach her conscience…See More
        34 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yveshaha. I said I want the RH bill to be passed. I wasn’t asked if there are provisions i’d like to bin. HAHA. /SARCASM

        33 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan VincentSo the punitive provision of the bill about JAILING employers and doctors and anyone is an assumption?!!!

        32 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan VincentYou want the bill to be passed, yet the bill talks about JAILING people! READ THE BILL!

        32 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent I’m not a Johny-come-lately when it comes to this issue. I know the contents of the bill more than any of you do… I wrote this one… https://fvdb.wordpress.com/2011/02/16/responsible-parenthood-bill-a-fascist-legislation-by-another-name/ and this https://fvdb.wordpress.com/no-to-rh-bill/

        31 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yveshey, mandatory sex ed was scrapped. let’s hope this will be reworked into something decent. it’s a freaking bill , not a law. it’s being worked on, not being passed withiyt review.

        31 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesyes yes, taxes are fascist. if only we had oil or something. oh wait, even the USA has oil and they still tax. dang those socialists.😀

        30 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        I’m not talking about mandatory sex ed… That’s just a very minor issue. I’m talking about JAILING people! Of course, the lawmakers cannot remove the bill’s punitive provisions because they know they have to FORCE employers’ and doctors’ c…ompliance… Let me paraphrase then my question: ARE YOU OK WITH THE RH BILL THAT SEEKS TO JAIL PEOPLE like employers and Catholic doctors who think that the bill will breach their conscience?!See More
        28 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesfroilan, don’t u read? the bill is being reworked.susmaryosep. lool.

        28 minutes ago ·
      • Percival BueserFroilan VincentThought question – Would you accept the RH Bill without it?

        27 minutes ago ·
      • Robyn Yvesgoodbye now. i feel the need to be productive so i can contribute more to the economy of da pinas. if u want to argue against the rh bill, present clear, precise arguments. if you want to argue about taxes, do so. don’t confuse the two. pleeehz.

        25 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Reworked in what way? May I see the “reworked” thing? First, several lawmakers passed their own versions of RH bill. After a long protest by the Catholics and anti-RH bill people, they tried to con or trick the people by passing a new bill …called CONSOLIDATED RH BILL. However, they contain almost the same provisions. The punitive provisions and the provisions on employers’ responsibilities and Implementing Mechanisms were still there… I know what I’m talking about. It seems that you don’t understand how they work a bill…See More
        24 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan VincentOK. I know you can’t answer the simple question: ARE YOU OK WITH JAILING PEOPLE? It seems that you don’t know that the bill is all about jailing people, even people who would “maliciously engage in disinformation of the intents and provisions of this Act”.

        23 minutes ago ·
      • Froilan Vincent

        Percival Bueser Would I accept the RH Bill without it? First, the answer is still NO. Second, that is impossible, unless the government would resort to these choices: 1) HIGH AND MORE TAXES, 2) Print more money or debt monetization, 3) bor…row money from foreign sources. Do you think PNOY can afford to pick any of these or a combination of these choices? I don’t think so. An RH bill without its punitive provisions or sacrificing doctors and employers and without the three choices I mentioned above is simply a puerile FANTASY…See More
        • Charles Lawrence CThis is a very good discussion. I enjoy reading the reasoning of both sides. Welcome aboard Froilan. I hope you enjoy discussing with the people here. They can get passionate about their views but it is all out of love for Da Pinas.

          2 hours ago ·
        • Elpidio LatorillaPerhaps Froilan can write an article for AP…

          2 hours ago · ·  1 personWilliam Pamplona likes this.
        • Percival BueserElpidio Latorilla He needs only reprint any of the articles here: https://fvdb.wordpress.com/Ang dami!

          2 hours ago · ·  1 personLoading…
        • William Pamplonaso what do you think froilan? care to do an article for the AP?^_^

          about an hour ago ·
        • Percival BueserFroilan VincentPaging. =)

          about an hour ago ·
        • Froilan VincentMay I know what that means?

          about an hour ago ·
        • Percival BueserFroilan VincentYou’ve seen antipinoy.com, right? You will write an article for the blog. Agree?

          about an hour ago · ·  1 personLoading…
        • Froilan VincentThanks for the invite. Percival, but I’ll have to think about that.

          about an hour ago ·
        • Gi Gie Antoniothis is an engaging topic, its good Froilan brought up this issue just like BongV brought valid points before…i want to ask if Froilan has considered bringing this issue to the Get Real Philippines Community, i would like Orion there engage him which would definitely be something like what him and BongV did with the RH funding and free lunch issue.

          about an hour ago ·
        • Ruben Panganibanyou just have to think about anything about the country then write something about it. ^^

          about an hour ago ·
        • Percival BueserFroilan VincentDo think about it. It’s another venue for you to espouse your views. And, oh, don’t forget that there is also a GRP Community on Facebook. There are more discussions there. =)

          about an hour ago ·
        • Froilan VincentWhat I like about this stuff is that young people are now becoming more interested in ideas… and it has to be right and proper ideas. Question things and even one’s views or ideology. We are engaged in a battle of ideas, guys, aren’t we?

          about an hour ago ·
        • Robyn Yves hu what happened to the rhb thread? your history of the RHB has too much baloney.
          froi, based on the bare faced question if I’m ok with people going to prison . if they commit a crime, sure. :] bump bump bump

          about an hour ago ·
        • Percival BueserFroilan Vincent May tanong si Gi Gie Antonio. =)

          58 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan Vincent

          So we can just make crimes, is that what you mean? Under the RH bill, mere denial to provide info or RH care service by a Catholic doctor is punishable by law (or the bill). Mere denial has become a mala prohibita. Well, that works well in …socialist states wherein the tyrannical government could just simply write laws that would penalize people. That happened during the time of Marcos with the passage of Anti-Subversion law, vagrancy law, etc. Yes, you can become a good fascist under that kind of society… No need to argue with you. I now understand your premise.See More
          57 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yves‎”so we can just make crimes, is that what you mean” -> that’s not what i even mean at all. your logical jumps are too simplistic. i’m not in favor of docs going to prison, but if that doctor FAILS or refuses to save the life of someone just because he “doesn’t believe it”, then might be good for the doc to get another job

          55 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan VincentDo you understand the concept of “mala prohibita”? That’s what the punitive provisions of the bill is all about… Am I talking to a 10-year-old kid here (my apologies to 10-year-old kids).

          54 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesoi nice froilan, now you’re attempting to pad your authority points by infantilizing people.

          53 minutes ago ·
        • Dean Jorge BocoboIntellectual Masturbation.

          52 minutes ago ·
        • Rouscell Palukz PascuaSometimes, I like the way how kids think, simple and straightforward.

          52 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan Vincent

          You said: “that’s not what i even mean at all. your logical jumps are too simplistic. i’m not in favor of docs going to prison, but if that doctor FAILS or refuses to save the life of someone just because he “doesn’t believe it”, then might… be good for the doc to get another job.” Good GOTH! You didn’t really read the bill, or if you did, you don’t have enough brain cells to understand its provisions bit by bit. All the crimes enumerated there are called “mala prohibita”. They are crimes not because they are inherently evil, but because the lawmakers made them so. If you understand the difference between mala inse and mala prohibita, then we can continue with this conversation…See More
          51 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan Vincent

          You said: “that’s not what i even mean at all. your logical jumps are too simplistic. i’m not in favor of docs going to prison, but if that doctor FAILS or refuses to save the life of someone just because he “doesn’t believe it”, then might… be good for the doc to get another job.” Good GOTH! You didn’t really read the bill, or if you did, you don’t have enough brain cells to understand its provisions bit by bit. All the crimes enumerated there are called “mala prohibita”. They are crimes not because they are inherently evil, but because the lawmakers made them so. If you understand the difference between mala inse and mala prohibita, then we can continue with this conversation…See More
          51 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesok for the sake of dizcuzzhn, y not provide a specific example because we’re playing at generalizations here

          51 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesnice again: i don’t have brain cells to understand those simple provisions

          50 minutes ago ·
        • Dean Jorge BocoboWordiness is next to nothingness.

          50 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yveskeepem coming, froi😀

          50 minutes ago ·
        • Dean Jorge BocoboVerbosity is the hot air of the SELF-ABSORBED.

          50 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan VincentBecause you can’t argue… That’s all. And because a reply to someone who doesn’t get concepts need to be long.

          48 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesoh i totes we were having a dizcuzzhn. not an argument. :]

          48 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesdid u hint somewhere that you wanted a dizcuzzhn. my mistake. we’re having an argument where ad hominems are completely fine.

          47 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan VincentI suggest that you take down this site if so-called “wordiness” or “verbosity” (according to a statist here) is now to be frowned upon. I don’t know how to quantify my statements. Who set the standard? Jean Bacobo?

          45 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan VincentRobyn Yves. First, read the bill. Second, look at its punitive provisions. Those are called “mala prohibita”. Third, think whether it’s possible to support the bill yet denounce these mala prohibita. Then come back to me. OK? I guess I’ve complied with Mr. Bacobo’s quantified statement or answer…

          41 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesjorge bocobo and you’re using “quantify” badly

          41 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yvesfroidan, what makes u think i haven’t read the bill? ilang version ba binasa mo? isa, dalawa? your history of the bill is even muddled. and no who wants to go back to you when infantilizing people in threads is your game? oh, me.

          39 minutes ago ·
        • Robyn Yves‎*trollface.jpg*

          39 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan VincentOh my goth… It’s not possible to reason with you without breaching Dean’s “quantized” statement.. Again, may I ask: Is it possible to support the bill yet denounce its punitive provisions?

          36 minutes ago · ·  1 personRobyn Yves likes this.
        • Percival Bueser ‎^Froilan Vincent“Is it possible to support the bill yet denounce its punitive provisions?”That could be a better topic in another post. Post it. =)

          35 minutes ago · ·  1 personRobyn Yves likes this.
        • Robyn Yvesnew topic ^

          35 minutes ago ·
        • Rouscell Palukz PascuaMaari bang wikang Filipino na lamang ang inyong gamitin mga Ginoo?🙂

          34 minutes ago ·
        • Froilan Vincent

          I hope, before you profess to help the poor with the bill, think about the POSSIBLE employers and doctors to be prosecuted by the bill’s punitive provisions. YOU CANNOT BE CHARITABLE WITH OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY. If it’s a mala inse or a heino…us crime that is committed, fine JAIL or even KILL the perpetrator by lethal injection. But here the bill talks about mala prohibita or crimes to be created by the legislators simply because they believe these can be made crimes (like non-compliance with the bill’s intent by a Catholic doctor who believes the bill is against his/her conscience or religion).See More
          31 minutes ago ·
        • Percival Bueser ‎^Froilan VincentSome of your comments make good topics, like the one above. I suggest you turn them into posts here if you want a wider audience.

          23 minutes ago ·

4 Comments leave one →
  1. C'est moi Robyn permalink
    April 18, 2011 3:38

    oi why don’t you post the continuation too? :]

    • April 18, 2011 3:38

      Just posted. Thanks for asking…

  2. Mila permalink
    April 20, 2011 3:38

    A friend of mine got into a similar argument with a pro-RH Bill person. In essence, my friend was complaining that the RH Bill was coercive and that these things should not be spearheaded by the government, while the other person responds with how the bill is necessary for progress and how no person should stop the intention of helping others through the bill…

  3. May 14, 2011 3:38

    I, BongV, categorically state – I do not support the RH Bill

    For the following reasons:

    http://sanamagan.wordpress.com/2011/02/22/the-rh-bills-publicly-funded-approach-is-rife-with-red-flags/

    http://sanamagan.wordpress.com/2011/03/10/reproductive-health-rights-no-such-animal-in-1987-philippine-constitution/

    http://sanamagan.wordpress.com/2011/03/10/population-population-density-gdp-per-capita-ppp/

    http://antipinoy.com/poverty-is-not-caused-by-overpopulation/

    http://antipinoy.com/population-growth-birth-rate-death-rate-life-expectancy-of-filipinos-and-the-rh-bill/

    http://antipinoy.com/revisiting-the-rh-bill-a-trojan-horse-for-increased-wasteful-public-spending/

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