Katulad ng mga nakaraang taon, umaning muli ng iba’t ibang reaksiyon ang State of the Nation Address (SONA) ni Pangulong Benigno “PNoy” Aquino III kanina, July 28.
Ilang personalidad sa showbiz at pulitika ang nagpahayag ng kanilang saloobin tungkol sa ika-limang SONA ni PNoy sa Twitter.
Karamihan sa kanila ay tinukoy ang pagiging emosyunal ng speech PNoy ngayong taon.
Jim Paredes, Apo Hiking Society
#SONA2014 Despite what his detractors say, he has achieved A LOT. Now he must make sure that the changes will be permanent. No going back— Jim (@Jimparedes) July 28, 2014
Ces Oreña-Drilon, journalist
It was an emotional #SONA2014 where PNoy held back tears showing the heavy burden of the presidency & impact of protests & criticism.— Cecilia Oreña-Drilon (@cesdrilon) July 28, 2014
Adel Tamano, lawyer
I was moved by PNOY’s reference to his parents in his SONA speech. In my own small way, I try to live up to my late father’s values. #SONA— Atty. Adel Tamano (@adeltamano) July 28, 2014
Senator Sonny Angara
Happy to see prez acknowledge non politicos #sona2014— Sonny Angara (@sonnyangara) July 28, 2014
Let’s face it guys it ain’t easy being president. But the mans giving it his all— Sonny Angara (@sonnyangara) July 28, 2014
San Juan Representative JV Ejercito
Even if I am in the opposition, I think this SONA is the best by PNoy. Concise and simple. He became emotional in the end. Pati ako nadala.— JV Ejercito (@jvejercito) July 28, 2014
Teddy Locsin Jr., journalist
Bianca Gonzalez, TV host
I actually quite liked the appeal to the emotions and hint at the trust and nearing of the passing of the baton to end.. para sa akin ha— Bianca Gonzalez (@iamsuperbianca) July 28, 2014
Vice Ganda, TV host-comedian
First time in my life that i got so emotional and affected while listening to SONA. I felt what i heard.— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) July 28, 2014
Samantala, sa kanyang Twitter account, ipinaalala ni Senator Grace Poe ang isa sa mga isyung nakalimutang isama ni PNoy, ang tungkol sa Freedom of Information na matagal nang isinusulong sa Kongreso.
Although the President did not mention FOI, I am still optimistic that this important measure will be passed under his leadership.— Grace Poe (@sengracepoe) July 28, 2014
Binigyang pansin din ito ng Rock Ed founder na si Gang Badoy sa kanyang Twitter account
First reaction: FOI / 2nd: Risky yata yung if u’re against me u’re vs reform. 3rd: Will she say hi to Herbert? Last reacrion: yosi na ser.— Gang Capati (@gangbadoy) July 28, 2014
ON OPPOSITION GROUPS. Sa kabilang banda, habang nagbibigay ng kanyang SONA si PNoy, nakuha naman ng ilang personalidad na mag-post tungkol sa mga raliyistang nagsusulong sa impeachment ng Pangulo.
Joey de Leon, TV host-comedian
Habang nagsasalita si PNoy binobomba ang mga nagra-rally. Yan ang tinatawag na SONA BATH !— Joey de Leon (@AngPoetNyo) July 28, 2014
Khit sino ang maging Presidente may masasabi pa rin tyo. Kelan ba nakontento? Hinding hindi tyo makukontento. Dhil walang panahong perpekto.— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) July 28, 2014
Hindi lahat ng nagpoprotesta totoong nag aaklas. Yung iba dyan nabayaran lang at sinuhulan ng pambili ng bigas.— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) July 28, 2014
Dream #SONA line: "Yung mga nakatayo sa labas, wag sana kayo ulanin, tama lang na naryan kayo. Ano ang kailangan kong marinig mula sa inyo?"— Gang Capati (@gangbadoy) July 28, 2014
Atom Araullo, journalist
Police apparently blasting demonstators with a mixture of water & red dye to tag them. Throwback to martial law tactics. What is ironic.— Atom Araullo (@atomaraullo) July 28, 2014