391st blog … sungka ni trillanes, bow!

Year 2009 ng sabihin ni akinong abnoy ang mga sumusunod:

“Article VI Section 25 (1) of the 1987 Constitution provides that Congress may not increase the appropriations recommended by the President for the operation of the Government as specified in the budget.

The form, content and manner of preparation of the budget shall be prescribed by law.

Clearly then, while it is the President who proposes the national budget it is the Congress that prescribes the form, content and manner of budget preparation albeit subject to the limitations found in the Constitution.

Hence, as the “power of the sword” belongs to the President, the power of the purse” resides in Congress.

In practice however, the President still wields considerable control over public spending through the exercise of budget impoundment.

Impoundment refers to the refusal of the President, for whatever reason, to release funds appropriated by Congress. It is the failure to spend or obligate budget authority of any type.

While its constitutional conferment is not expressed, the Administrative Code has given the President specific authority, when in his judgment the pubic interest requires and upon due notice to the head of office concerned, to suspend or otherwise stop further expenditure of funds allotted for any agency.

Of recent times however, this presidential prerogative has been misused and abused, and has emasculated Congress’ authority to check the President’s discretionary power to spend public funds.

In effect, the President seems to have a vast and unbridled control over the national budget.

This bill seeks to increase congressional oversight and to limit executive influence over specific appropriations in the General Appropriations Act.

This undertaking is urgently needed in the light of the current economic crisis confronting the whole world, the consequences of which are deemed to severely affect our country in the coming years.

For these reasons, the approval of this bill is being earnestly requested.

Year 2010, naging presidente si abnoy at ang halaga ng kanyang budget bilang panggulo ay 1.511 trillion, uulitin ko para sa mga timawang naniwala at nagtiwala sa kanyang mga pangako, TRILYON hindi bilyon!

Hindi ko na babanggitin kung magkano ang kanyang general appropriation sa mga sumusunod na taon, pero sigurado kayo sa mga hula ninyo na pataas ng pataas, pataas ng pataas, pataas ng pataas … hanggang ngayon!

In the year 2015, 2.606 TRILLION ang ikinakasa ng kanyang taga-gawa ng budget na si santo abad para sa kanyang pamamahala bilang presidente.

Hindi ko na isasama dito kung magkano ang kanilang inilaan sa mga taong 2010, 2011, 2012 at 2013 parasa sa DAP ni abnoy, pero sa susunod na taon, binabago nila ang pangalang DAP sa SPF na aabot sa halagang 670 BILLION na si abnoy lang ang makakaalam kung paano, saan, kanino niya ilalaan.

Bukod pa rito, plano niyang itanong ang depinisyon ng “savings” na pinagkunan o pagkukunan daw niya ng “pork barrel”, alyas development accelaration program o special purpose fund, kahit malinaw na malinaw pa sa sikat ng araw ang nakasulat sa papel ng kongreso at ang hatol ng mga hukom.

Ang impeachment na bagay kay abnoy ay mahirap umusad sa kongresong kontrolado niya.

Kayang-kayang bilangin sa bulilang ng sungkang tagalog ang mga milyones, bilyones at siyempre ang TRILLANES o higit pang bilang ng salapi ng bayan, kaya wag na lang gamitin ang abakus ng mga intsik, magbulilang na lang tayo sa sungka ng taga-ilog.

kaya ang tanong tanong ko na lamang: paano parurusahan si abnoy? hahayaan na lang kaya siyang mabugok? … heheheh!

… abnoy na penoy! … tama na! sobra na! labis na! … tama na! sobra na! labis na! … tama na! sobra na! labis na! … hu! hu! hu! … marami nang nalagas sa mga kumontra sa inyo noon, remember mo? …

ngayon ba, maglalagas ka pa?, think mo? maglagas ka na lang kaya ng buhok para walang masaktan, para ang malugas na lang eh ang natitirang buhok, please! ubu! ubu! ubu!, santong kabayo! naiiyak nako! baboy na santo, naiiyak ako!… hu! hu! hu! hu! …

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