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The Senate Joke Called Jocelyn ‘Joc-Joc’ Bolante... the Man with GIRLIE Name.

What are the chances that Jocelyn ‘Joc-Joc’ Bolante will get convicted compared to Jocelyn’s success if he decides to fertilize and promote the proliferation of men with girlie names?Its about time says Lu Tong Mancau that the senate recommends the filing of criminal plunder, technical malversation, money laundering and perjury charges against Jocelyn ‘Joc-Joc’ Bolante and nine others in the fertilizer scam at the Ombudsman. Things look serious I should say but how come it seems like the senate is joking at our expense?

After a year long of grandstanding errr investigation that is all they can come up with and unable to see the involvement of Lady Le Cirque este Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is perplexing. Well, that comes as no surprise because how can we expect a group of dishonorable este honorable politicians preoccupied with their 3 minute of fame come up with thorough result when they are not exactly competent in the field of sleuthing and investigation. Besides we put or rather tongelect este comelec or is it voters stupidity or perhaps our pathetic patronage and personality based electoral contest with the outcome of ending up with them and yet instead of brilliant legislation they seem to relish and even scramble to get their hands on hearings to get them into the limelight and the crime gets lost in the process.

Why can’t they just leave competent investigative agencies like the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) do their job since the scope of the scam is national and thus they should have waited for the agency to come up with their findings? Once the senate investigation commence then the NBI loses its jurisdiction and the leads literally getting cold as in the murder of Marlene Esperat whose murderers may have been convicted but still at large with no clue or unwilling to gig deeper on who is or are the masterminds behind the killing.

The NBI has a good tract record, there is no doubt about that thus some numb nuts in position tend to use them as their private investigative arm. A waste of talents, skills, and resources I should say when they can solve crimes committed by people in high places. Unfortunately they are busy looking for the mole not the one on her face but the one that leaked Gloria Arroyo’s leaking boob, or investigating a blogger Ellaganda that hurt DSWD Cabral’s feelings or acting as protector of massacre suspect Datu Unsay Mayor Andal Ampatuan, Jr.

Are we supposed to be glad and start dancing in the street now that Jocelyn ‘Joc’Joc’ Bolante is finally facing criminal plunder charges at the Ombudsman? Well, hold your horses the Ombudsman do not exactly have a good batting average when it comes to conviction. They have more dismissed cases than conviction and if you ask Lu Tong Mancau what are the chances of Joc-Joc getting convicted compared to Jocelyn being successful in fertilizing and promoting the proliferation of men with girlie names, he would say the latter……. But then again assuming Ms. este Mr. Bolante gets convicted by some stroke of miracle, will the inmates tending the sports club ala Club Med facilities built by convicted pedophile former congressman Romeo Jalojos treat or mistake him for a hospitality girl? .

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