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Unmasking A Marsupial

May 22, 2010


The mask will be taken off soonest – just who’s  really behind ‘Koala Boy’ Robin, the hocus-PCOS whistle blower.

The goy’s spun the tall tale of leading a group of ‘operators’ who supposedly employed ‘PCOS Player’ units that had the super ability of intercepting  vote tallies and supplanting them with manufactured data that  subvert both local and national races last May 10.

Both the Commission on Elections and its citizen arm, the Parish Pastoral Council on Responsible Voting (PPCRV) are pooh-pooing the marsupial-looking masked man’s story but the COMELEC had its back on the roles as a parade of losing candidates presented their own supposed proof of electronic Garci.

With the two houses of Congress sitting as the national board of canvassers amidst the unresolved take of Robin, there is now a real possibility that the proclamation of the winning presidential and vice presidential aspirants will be pushed back to June 30 – their constitutionally-mandated inauguration.

The conundrum is complicated by the fact that the COMELEC had actually turned off the PCOS digital signature feature in direct contravention to the provision of Republic Act 9366 – the poll automation law!

http://www.chanrobles.com/republicactno9369.html

Against this backdrop come the contradictory assertions:

Congressman TeddyBoy Locsin angrily says Malacanang itself is Robin’s protector and puppeteer while COMELEC pins the blame on  a “losing presidential aspirant.

THE MASKS MUST NOW COME OFF.

Where’s the lynch mob?

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