Sen. Santiago to shame vain politicians thru ‘anti-epal’ bill
Credit belongs to the taxpayers, so take those billboards with your big smiling face somewhere else.
This, in essence, is the message of Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago  in Senate Bill No. 1967, her version of what the man in the street would  call an “anti-epal” measure, as it is directed at politicians or  bureaucrats who claim credit for projects built with public funds.
“Epal” is slang for “mapapel,” a  Filipino term for attention  grabbers, scene stealers, or people who crave a role (papel) in affairs  that are not necessarily theirs to handle or decide.
The term originated from the streets to become a buzzword in  political circles especially last year, when President Benigno Aquino  III initiated a shame campaign against such annoying public officials.
Currently undergoing committee deliberations, Santiago’s “anti-epal”  bill is formally titled “An Act Prohibiting Public Officers from  Claiming Credit through Signage Announcing a Public Works Project.”
The senator maintained that public officials have no business claiming credit for projects funded by taxpayers’ money.
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Sen. Santiago to shame vain politicians thru ‘anti-epal’ bill

Credit belongs to the taxpayers, so take those billboards with your big smiling face somewhere else.

This, in essence, is the message of Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago in Senate Bill No. 1967, her version of what the man in the street would call an “anti-epal” measure, as it is directed at politicians or bureaucrats who claim credit for projects built with public funds.

“Epal” is slang for “mapapel,” a  Filipino term for attention grabbers, scene stealers, or people who crave a role (papel) in affairs that are not necessarily theirs to handle or decide.

The term originated from the streets to become a buzzword in political circles especially last year, when President Benigno Aquino III initiated a shame campaign against such annoying public officials.

Currently undergoing committee deliberations, Santiago’s “anti-epal” bill is formally titled “An Act Prohibiting Public Officers from Claiming Credit through Signage Announcing a Public Works Project.”

The senator maintained that public officials have no business claiming credit for projects funded by taxpayers’ money.

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Heartache is a part of the growing up that we do. It’s the price of loving and being loved. But you know, there are other prizes too. There are warm hugs, and kisses, and memories good and bad. It’s for you to choose. You can also have all of them if you are brave enough to keep on trying. It’s like the more entries you send, the more chances of winning. So don’t wimp out at the first sign of crisis in the relationship. Try to love somebody and have the courage to accept the love in return, including all its liabilities.

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Rain outside my window pouring down
What now, your gone, my fault, I’m sorry
Feeling like a fool cause I let you down
Now it’s, too late, to turn it around
I’m sorry for the tears I made you cry
I guess this time it really is goodbye
You made it clear when you said
I just don’t love you no more

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