‘Like coming home’ – Poe

November 16, 2015 at 8:22 am Leave a comment


GOING TO PANGASINAN

CALASIAO – Senator Grace Poe waxed nostalgic about going to Pangasinan, saying it was always like “coming home.”

ALL4GP Movement. Senator Poe exhorts last Tuesday the members of ALL4GP Movement or Alyansa at Laban ng mga Lahi para sa Ganap na Pagbabago during the Northern Luzon's coordinators conference in Calasiao. The guest are from left: Calasiao Mayor and Nationalist People’s Coalition vice gubernatorial beth Mark Roy Macanlalay, Abono Party –list Chairman and Samahan ng Industriya at Agrikultura’s Chairman Rosendo So, former provincial board  memeber and and owner  of Regency Hotel Adolfo Fernandez, and the chairman of ALL4GP Movement. MORTZ C. ORTIGOZA

ALL4GP Movement. Senator Poe exhorts last Tuesday the members of ALL4GP Movement or Alyansa at Laban ng mga Lahi para sa Ganap na Pagbabago during the Northern Luzon’s coordinators conference in Calasiao. The guest are from left: Calasiao Mayor and Nationalist People’s Coalition vice gubernatorial beth Mark Roy Macanlalay, Abono Party –list Chairman and Samahan ng Industriya at Agrikultura’s Chairman Rosendo So, former provincial board memeber and and owner of Regency Hotel Adolfo Fernandez, and the chairman of ALL4GP Movement. MORTZ C. ORTIGOZA


This is because her late father movie actor Fernando Poe Jr., was from San Carlos City, then a Pangasinan town, and that he had plenty of relatives not only from San Carlos and also from adjoining towns.
She always feels the warm welcome accorded her whenever she comes to the province, she said.
Poe, the presidential frontrunner, was here on November 10 to attend the launching of a northern Luzon regional and provincial coordinators” conference composed of her supporters and campaign volunteers.
GRADUATES OF UL. The graduates of University of Luzon listen attentively to the message of presidential aspirant Senator Grace Poe during their commencement exercises at the CSI Stadia Dagupan last November 11.

GRADUATES OF UL. The graduates of University of Luzon listen attentively to the message of presidential aspirant Senator Grace Poe during their commencement exercises at the CSI Stadia Dagupan last November 11.

She also sworn into office the officers of the group at the Regency Hotel in this town which she said was meaningful for her because it was used by her father as campaign headquarters in 2004 when he ran for president.
Poe also visited flood-prone barangay Nalsian-Bacayao where she held a consultation meeting on their needs, and attended the graduation ceremony of University of Luzon where she was conferred a doctorate degree in public administration honoris causa.
Poe told her supporters that there three traits that a leaders should posses – intergrity, intelligence and energy.
“But among these three, the most important is integrity,” she said.
Poe cited these three traits after a businessman whom she did not identify, said aside from integrity, one should have loyalty and a firm resolve to stand and fight for ones belief without flip flopping.

CLOSE TO HER HEART.

CLOSE TO HER HEART. ” Pangasinan will always be in my heart where my father FPJ traces his roots,” presidential aspirant Senator Grace Poe tells her audience during the launching of All4GP Movement at the Pangasinan Regency Hotel in Calasiao last November 11. VIRGIL MAGANES


“You need intelligence to come up with a solution after you hear problems that beset the people. You u need energy to go and listen to people to the different parts of the country because it is an archipelago. Nobody has the monopoly of truth in this country,” she said.
“But among the three, the most important is integrity. The most dangerous is when you have energy and inteligence but you don’t have integrity because you would use your energy and intelligence for illegal activities,” she said in Filipino.
Her statement seemed to be a broadside to presidential rival Vice President Jejomar Binay who is enmeshed in corruption charges. Binay in the latest survey commissioned by big business groups is trailing Poe by four points.

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