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RH Bill Debate in ‘Harapan’ on ABS-CBN and ANC

Pro and Anti RH Bill groups face-off in "Harapan" debate on ABS-CBN and ANC.

Personalities in favor and against the controversial Reproductive Health Bill (RH Bill) will go face-to-face this Sunday (May 8) for the “Harapan: RH Bill, Ipasa or Ibasura” live debate on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

Multi-awarded news anchors Karen Davila and Julius Babao will moderate the timely event, which will offer a full-blown discussion on the issues surrounding the RH Bill such as morality, overpopulation, poverty, sex education, state intervention, and right to information.

ABS-CBN and the ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, have put together a group of notable experts, legislators, and civil society leaders for this year’s very first “Harapan” debate.

Standing up against the RH Bill are Rep. Anthony Golez, Rep. Roilo Golez, Dr. Ligaya Acosta of Human Life International, Fr. Melvin Castro of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), Atty. Jo Imbong of CBCP Family and Life and former Laguna Governor Joey Lina.

On the other side, Rep. Janette Garin and Rep. Edcel Lagman, two of the authors of the RH bill, Protestant Bishop Rodrigo Tano, Carlos Celdran, former Department of Health Sec. Esperanza Cabral, Beth Angsioco, and former Akbayan Rep. Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel will rally behind the Pro RH Bill.

Through “Harapan: RH Bill, Ipasa or Ibasura,” ABS-CBN and ANC aim to shed light on this controversial bill so people may be equipped with the right information to make a stand on the issue.

Don’t miss live simulcast of “Harapan: RH Bill, Ipasa or Ibasura” with Karen Davila and Julius Babao on ABS-CBN and ANC SkyCable ch. 27 this Sunday, May 8, 10:30 pm after “Pilipinas Got Talent.” Be heard. Join the online and text polls. You may also catch the HARAPAN via live streaming on www.abs-cbnnews.com or catch the repeat telecast on ANC this Monday (May 9) at 6am.

50 Comments on RH Bill Debate in ‘Harapan’ on ABS-CBN and ANC

  1. you forgot to mention Joey Lina and Dra Aguirre…Really salute the Anti-RH bill speakers they’re dignified with their views… distorted ideas naman ung kay cabral…i pitied her…

  2. The pro-RH speakers are relativists, hence the truth is distorted.
    I salute everyone from anti-RH as you’ve presented your views intelligently and truthfully. Hats off to Joey Lina!

  3. pro RH ako ^_^

  4. ronald sanchez // May 10, 2011 at 3:06 pm //

    khit ala yang rh.rh.bill n yan ung sana lang ntin kyanin ntin buyayin ang maging anak yun lang sana pero kung maghirap tyo ang may ksalanan gobyerno

  5. Isn’t the Philippines already one of the countries with the largest sex trades in the world?

    Screaming such a thing will be the result is funny. Sad to tell you, it’s already here.

    Why don’t you holier than thou people go out more? while you are at it. Ban sex, ban no-child marriages, and excommunicate all those who oppose.

    Again no arguing with people with closed minds. sheesh.

  6. Adelia M. Guevarra // May 10, 2011 at 10:09 am //

    The approval of the Reproductive Health Bill assumes that all Filipinos who may vote for its full implementation are responsible, dedicated to being good parents,are quite aware of real parenting principles, and actually practices these. I am sure most of these requirement are not being met and perhaps never will be for the most part.

    This means that voting for its approval further increases the risks of the country in ensuring that all children will be cared for. Why? Because the bill takes away the legal impediments and the cultural and social shame attached to the practice of openly buying and using condom, birth control pills, and IUD.

    This further means that the bill encourages being irresponsible and unmindful of the consequences of one’s sexual appetite. Rather than fostering responsibility because no unwanted child will be born because of the use of condom, birth control pills or IUD, the bill will actually support the culture of ENGAGING IN WANTON SEXUAL ACTIVITIES WITH ANYBODY THAT ANYONE CHOOSES TO DO IT WITH.

    KASI WALA NANG ABALA DAHIL HINDI NA MABUBUNTIS. This means your father, husband, son or brother could later be doing IT with your cousin, daughter, neighbor, best friend or just about anybody. You, your mother, daughter, and friend can also be seduced by the idea of SAFETY and the notion THAT NOBDOY WILL EVER KNOW THAT YOU DID IT.

    Hindi na magiging nakakahiya na bumili at gumamit o pag-usapan na lahat sa pamilya n’yo ay gumagamit at gumagawa nito.

    Sa praktikal na pananaw, lalong dadami ang mga unwanted (although it should never be unwanted because the natural result of having sex is a BABY!)and early pregnancies dahil walang FOOLPROOF or 100% BABYPROOF na BIRTH CONTROL DEVICE.

  7. “Strength of numbers is the delight of the timid.”
    —Mahatma Gandi

    Just shows how ignorant so many people are in this country.

    Do note extremes are bad. We have people with backward thinking, that poor family with 10 children is a good thing. (stupid as the church promotes it, and dumber as they blame someone else)

  8. kapag umuwi ang asawa na lasing, gumamit ng contraceptives! yan ang RH Bill! kung ginawa yan ng nanay mo 130, hindi ka sana lumaking bobo!

  9. s tingin ko po wala tyong krapatan n hadlangan kung ano man ang ibi2gy ng DIYOS sa atin,ang pgka2roon ng anak ay walang ktumbas n khit anong kyamanan..kya hnd ko po maintindihan kung bkit my mga taong gustong kontrolin ito?kwa2 nman ang buhay ng mga inosenteng bta n hnd mbi2gyan ng chance n mransan ang buhay s loob ng pamilya dhil s blutot at wlang k22rang panukala ng mga taong gustong ipasa ang RH BILL!!!and come 2 think of it,cno2 b ang author ng bill n ito, dba mga la2ki cla?so wala clang alam s dmdamin ng isang ba2e…

  10. calafalas // May 9, 2011 at 11:37 pm //

    marami ang nagsasabi na ang RH Bill ay solusyon…solusyon saan? sa population ba o sa kahirapan, db population…sa pamilya nag sisimula ang edukasyon…tingnan natin…lets start sa fifth grade…discussion the body parts and to the genitals…ano ang maiisip ng bata…ang masasabi lng nag guro ang mga nakasaad sa aklat…at ano? and you are telling me na ang mga anak pa ngayon ang my problema dahil baka paramihin pa nila ang ating populasyon? diba ang magasawa at magulang dapat ang bigyang pansin sila ang bigyang impormasyon kasi sila ang may experiensiya at makaesperiensiya nito…hindi ang mga bata

  11. maaaring makatulong ang rh bill para s mga mahihirap na pamilya pero hindi ito solusyon dahil hindi lang ang mga pamilya ang matatamaan nito kundi pati rin ang mga kabataan na maaring mawalan ng moral kaya kung ito ay solusyon ito ay talagang solusyun hindi iyong solusyon n mag dudulot p rin ng problema na maaring pag debatihan p rin s hinaharap 🙂

  12. calafalas // May 9, 2011 at 11:22 pm //

    nakakatawa ang pangulo ng ating bansa…siya pa ang nagsabi na ang problema ng kahirapan ay korapsiyon…di ng lahat ay katoliko, maaari, ngunit maninwala sila na sinasaad sa bibliya na si Jesus ang Tinapay ng buhay…kung ating pinipigilan ang buhay who are we to play god? and by hearing the amount of money allotted for this Bill my god! billions it is…eh sabi natin eh corruption ang nagpapahirap saatin at both party will agree… are we filipino going to pass this bill to make this money go for contraceptives and condoms and objectives of the bill that they themselves will not assure that it will resolve poverty…

  13. fr. ricky // May 9, 2011 at 10:26 pm //

    andami nating pinuproblema sa ating bansa tulad ng kahirapan, mababang sweldo, drugs, human trafficking, teenage immorality, child abuse, murders, theft at marami pa, name it u’ll get it…ano gagawin ng simbahan at gobyeno pagawayan ang bill na “sagot” sa safe na tawag ng laman?

  14. jha salvador // May 9, 2011 at 10:21 pm //

    saan po kaya pdeng mapanood ung debate na to.? help me pls.

  15. one important point raised during the last debate in Harapan was to make the topics on reproductive health mandatory to both public and private schools starting grade 5 to 4th year high school..
    With our presewnt system nahihirapan na nga tayong iakyat ang antas ng kalidad ng ating edukasyon.. kahit nga lang sa english , math and science e mahina yung performance ng ating mga eskwelahan… dadagdagan pa natin? Lets focus on the fundamental subjects that we need… i believe that a good venue to teach our students with this sensitive topic is thru integration in values education – focusing more on the values of family life… good values… honesty and integrity…of being selfless… Fear of the LORD.. not on contraception… not on fertility etc… etc… learning these things should be done in the proper time and place…. starting from each parents at home.. with the school and the community in support…Siguro naman di naman tayong masasayahan kung mas kabisado pa ng mga estudyante natin sa elementarya yung forms of contraception at iba pa kesa sa addition, subtraction and division…

    second point… the proponents of the RH bill wanted to address current problems in ur society overnight thru population control… why not go back to the basic issues…we have problems in increase in maternal and child mortality and morbidity… why? are we giving quality health care to each of us? no… ilan lang ba yung medical staff natin doing prenatal check ups? magkano ba yung binibigay na sahod sa ating mga doctor (both in residency training and in general practice na nasa government hospitals) at nurses at iba pang health workers?
    Maybe the good representative from iloilo should think about this..
    Mas malaki pa nga yung sahod ng mga empleyado nasa public offices kesa sa mga doctor at nurses na nasa government hospital…why not improve our public health system? bayaran ng tama yung mga health workers natin… cguro naman mas marami yung mag sasagawa ng prenatal check ups at mag babantay a kalusugan ngbawat isa… at we can surely prevent or decrease maternal and child morbity and mortality rate..

    third point…
    i believe that children are blessing in each home and not a hindrance to prosperity… kami were twelve in the family… yung parents ko di nakatapos ng elementary… but because of the conviction of our parents to raise us and to be able to give us better education despite scarcity of resources.. lahat kami nakatapos…
    what is important sa palagay ko ay ang pagpapahalaga sa magagandangasal sa loob at labas ng pamilya.. ang pagtataguyod ng bawat magulang sa bawat anak… ang pagtuturo ng magandang asal ng sa gayun ay mamuhay sila ng responsable…. this can be translated into an individual who is responsible.. honest .. and God fearing..sa kontext ng RH bill.. isang tao na ayaw gumawa ng isang bagay na di kayang pananagutan at hindi naayun sa kautusan ng Diyos at ng lipunan. Siguro kung naipasa nag RH bill noon… ako at ang mga kapatid ko ay wala ngayon..

  16. Harrhe // May 9, 2011 at 9:48 pm //

    EVERY FILIPINO IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR…INCLUDING THE UNBORN.

  17. Harrhe // May 9, 2011 at 9:46 pm //

    You would be a fool to approve of the RH BILL when you get to really understand it. When you’re not scared it means you know nothing.
    Every Filipino is worth for… including the unborn

  18. christopher // May 9, 2011 at 7:48 pm //

    pro RH BILL !!!!

  19. christopher // May 9, 2011 at 7:47 pm //

    Democracy is a form of government in which all citizens have an equal say in the decisions that affect their lives.obviously we are living in a democratic country! so, why dont we solve this issue by voting like a national election ? so easy isnt it ? for the past 16 years of undying debate i conclude that this is the solution.

  20. 130 natawa nman ako,lol yap masakit pero totoo,

  21. Kung umuwi asawa mo na lasing, tgnan natin kung makapag natural family planning ka

  22. ang ngsasabing bias ang abs cbn d2,wag mgpa halata na walang cable ok,hindi nkapanood sa anc,abs cbn anc lang ang my kakayanan na mgshow ng ganito nsan na ang ibang estasyon,lol
    anyways pro or anti rh bill man lahat me advantages at disadvantages tlga,so ang dpat isipin eh kong anu ang mas more advantages at less disavantages,

  23. TreeOfLife // May 9, 2011 at 4:01 pm //

    Tsaree, i agree with you. The Bill disrespects the women. Maybe, others would want to approve these because of their own sexual satisfaction. It’s disrespecting the value of women as a partner, as a wife, as a mother. In the first place, dont people have their own discipline and the calling to do what is right and just?

  24. tsaree // May 9, 2011 at 3:24 pm //

    RH bill is against life .. it is one way of killing life. it not an abortion but it is an abortifacient.

    one more thing .. IT’S NOT FOR WOMEN. actually it’s misrespecting women.. why? cause BOYS, if you really love your wife, you’ll not use condoms just to satisfy your pleasure and will not get your wife pregnant just for it.

    we have NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING. so why will we use that artificial one?
    how sure r u that those contraceptions will not have any side effects ?

    RH BILL is just tolerating those people who can’t discipline themselves in terms of sexual interactions. how will be Filipinos follow some laws if there’s a law against discipline?

    There’s a natural way of family planning .IT IS BEST FOR EVERYONE. if you dont want to have lot’s of children, THEN DISCIPLINE YOURSELF. wait your wife be unfertile ..

    MARRIAGE is not for sex. couples marry one another not because of LUST. it’s because of LOVE.

    ONE MORE THING, LAW SHOULD BE MADE legally and MORALLY .. so i think church have the right to be heard of because MORALITY is being violated.

    LASTLY, RH BILL said that we are overpopulated that’s why they promote this bill.. that’s not true . WE ARE NOT OVERPOPULATED. we are just being crowded in urban areas. if we are really overpopulated.. y does provinces does not have much people?

    law should be a law FOR PEOPLE and not against people ! .

  25. nakakairita si rep. garin.. anlalayo ng sagot… nililihis ung debate,,

  26. I stand for PRO-RH Bill. Besides, its up to the couple if they’re going to use contraceptives or something…
    Nasa Bible na, wag kang “papatay”. Pero lahat ba sumusunod? May mga tao pa rin na sadyang matigas ang ulo. Anjan lang ang batas, pero nasa iyong kamay ang desisyon.

  27. SA PLAGAY NYO GUYS, CNU ANG NAGISA KAGABI SA DEBATE?! CNU SA DALAWANG PANIG ANG MAS NAKAPAGBIGAY NG MAGANDANG ARGUMENTASYON?!

  28. whether there is a sex education or not, people tend to be stubborn and hard headed not to listen to a right ways. people in Philippines, are really stubborn to do things that wasn’t right…no wonder majority of people r in poverty. most Pilipino people don’t want to listen to a good thing…they’re so ignorant about good things. and I don’t think it is limiting their decision to do right or wrong. this is the Pilipinno’s problem, the reason na hindi tayo umaasenso at karamihan sa atin ay puro old fashion, the reason na hindi tayo umaasenso…pasalamat na lang tayo na the government try to help us even in this way, at least. If people don’t change their point of view we well be like this forever!

  29. dapat ipasa ang RH bill, dahil hindi naman yon to stop pregnancy, di ba, kundi yon ay to protect health, especially STD, if it includes CONDOM? we shouldn’t be ignorance…till now people listen to the church (cathoics), how can we be wise…are we gonna be ignoran’t instead? Isa pa, mabuti rin ito para MAIWASAN ang accident sex or hindi pa dapat na sexuality, especially our kids/children. I think it is a good idea to prevent immorality, or sex irresponsibility. Sex education just teach children the right way about sex, so they don’t have to be puzzled, thinking sex is fine, coz catholics church says its fine to do this…no wonder too many catholics that are immoral or gays. Catholics should shut up, because they don’t know how to protect people, even member of their church. they’re just good by being strict and people to be in their side, but actually, they don’t give a ###@@@@@ about humans, because, they’re the ones that does bad example. churches should not use the Word of God, the Bible, because they just destort the Bible.

    whoever answer about the IPASA is in their right mind…when did the priests know the right minds, since they’re the ones that teach wrong things to people? Like ten commandments…2nd commandments says: “do not commit IDOLATRY” but most of the churches has too many images…also, those priest are the ones that are gays…meaning they’re not in their right minds…Satan’s advocates to misleads people to teach wrong doctrine. whoever don’t agree RH bills I can say they’re not in their right minds…no offense. I think RH bill is not about abortion, its about prevention to do the right use of sex. and I don’t think condom is about it, its about preventing sex diseases, etc. of course its not guaranteed to have safe sex, coz, most people r more stubborn…if u don’t follow this bill of course when u do this thing, it would not be a guarantee, since people love to be REBELDE!

  30. TreeOfLife // May 9, 2011 at 10:38 am //

    Im an ANTI-RH Bill. Bakit niyo gustong pasukin ang gusto na ngang takasan ng mga Amerikano? Philippines became a poor country not because of being over-populated but because of the irresponsible corrupt leaders pocketing the treasures of every Filipino. Let us not allow the next generation inherit the trash deeds others did because of selfishness.

  31. chaychay // May 9, 2011 at 9:52 am //

    PRUDENT PRINCIPLE: WHEN IN DOUBT REGARDING WHEN HUMAN LIFE ACTUALLY BEGINS, DON’T RISK MURDER/ABORTION EVEN IF IT ENTAILS MATERIAL COMFORT.

  32. Chaychay // May 9, 2011 at 9:46 am //

    With the Harapan debate, the complexity of the issue comes to the surface. Tanx to the very informative and much needed debate. With the RH bill we will indeed be put into a slippery slope, where after the passing of the bill a series of unwanted consequences will follow, e.g. more prevalent premarital sex due to the warranted or unwarranted concept of having sex anytime w/o fear of pregnancy (safe sex)– safe in various ways including safe from responsibility — sex without responsibility , abortion through abortifacient pills,higher risks for breast cancer, etc. Learn from all other countries wherein similar laws are passed alhtough these countries also hav sex education in schools.How many cases of abortion occur each day and “safe sex” has ruined the fiber of social morality. And the bill wants to use government money for that. However i do agree that d old sexual education module taught in schools has to be reviewed and be made more age appropriate, strongly value-laden,and culture sensitive. This has to be embedded in already existing subjects and should be taught by qualified, morally and psychosexually, and psychospiritually mature teachers or else even a good module will be degenerated into a very much corrupted, “bastos” class with a “bastos” teacher. I am even in favor of including it in elementary as a start. On the issue of ensoulment or the beginning of human life where there is so much disagreement but is an important issue in RH Bill as a reference point for what r to be classified as abortive or just contraceptive methods, here is a general uncertainty due to a lack of concensus although take note that a concensus is not an infallible guarantee for truth. A prudent principle: WHEN IN DOUBT ABOUT WHEN HUMAN LIFE BEGINS, DON’T RISK MURDER/ABORTION EVEN IF IT INVOLVES DISCOMFORT ON YOUR PART.The unborn are as human and should be protected as much as adults are.Much more so because they are defenseless and voiceless. We should speak and fight in their behalf.Remember that freedom goes with responsibility. We ought to be responsible and that requires discipline. True love waits. The anti-RH Bill ought to do their job coz MANY PRIESTS R SLEEPING IN THEIR JOB. They hav to explain well and not just leav people ignorant as to why they claim that the RH Bill is said to be anti-life and not the primary answer to poverty. I think both parties of the debate have to agree that responsible parents should freely determine how many children can they responsibly raise that’s why the CHURCH S NOT TOTALLY AGAINST THE IDEA OF BIRTHSPACING AS LONG AS THE INTENTION IS NOT SELFISH AND ANTI-LIFE. But the church accepts only the natural method as the life embracing method. THE CHUCH HAS TO STORM THEIR PARISHES TO THE LAST CORNER TO EXPLAIN THEIR CAMPAIGN FOR THE PRACTICE NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING F THE COUPLE DECIDES TO PRACTICE BIRTHSPACING. This is where the church has fallen gravely short, in their education campaign. That’s why there is the COMMON MISCONCEPTION THAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS ABSOLUTELY AGAINST BIRTHSPACING. Challenge for the Church: Don’t sleep in your ministry and educate priests themselves and church campaigners well about the issue to be effective and not just be anti-RH Bill. Challenge for the pro RH Bill: Is RH Bill a necessary bill or should the rampant corruption, mismanagement, and some poverty-leading prevalent attitude be addressed as the primary problem of this country? The church and the government should be partners in nation building. But note that this is not about the church vs. the bill proponents, but this is about what is right for the human dignity and for this country.

  33. Oliver Sia // May 9, 2011 at 9:23 am //

    RH Bill is not anti-poor! It is anti-poverty!

  34. Mannix Fortz // May 9, 2011 at 4:29 am //

    @ MAMSHE “If hindi natin ipasa ang RH Bill, may programa ba ang catholic church to promote the rights and health development of women? How do you address maternal mortality because of maternal complication?” KUNG IKUMPARA MO ANG AFP SA NFP, MAS NAKAKABUTI SA KALUSUGAN ANG NFP, EPEKTIBO AT WALANG GASTO. ANG AFP NA ISINUSULONG NI LAGMAN AT MAKAPAG BIGAY NG CANCER, DI EPEKTIBO, AT BILYONES ANG ILAAN PARA GASTUSIN. SA MADALING SALITA, MAS MAY NA PROMOTE NA RIGHTS AND HEALTH DEVELOPMENT AND CATHOLIC CHURCH KAYSA RH BILL. IBASURA ANG RH BILL!

  35. Mannix Fortz // May 9, 2011 at 4:23 am //

    IBASURA ANG RH BILL!

  36. abigail heyrosa // May 9, 2011 at 3:56 am //

    it all boils down to this…… “PRO-RH BILL: is this the only way and the BEST way to ECONOMIC UPLIFTMENT(I dont think so!)?” Y spend billions(which happens to be the people’s money) on this bill?????? is this their best SOLUTION? iS this the ONLY SOLUTION..?? (AGAIN “I DONT THINK SO”) tHEY can do better than that..

  37. EJ Wilkes // May 9, 2011 at 1:18 am //

    anti woman eh pinoprotektahan nga yung mga babae sa unwanted pregnancies. saka, anti-poor? you dont want improvements in life? Palibhasa, di nyo narasan maging mahirap. You can take their place if you want. Experience bah.. 😉

  38. EJ Wilkes // May 9, 2011 at 1:16 am //

    Those kids are products of unwanted pregnancies. If they we’re, they could have taken care of properly thus, making them usefull in the society. Sad to think but we might need to control producing people of such kind. reality hurts. That’s what we call transition.

  39. margarita lucas // May 9, 2011 at 1:03 am //

    Ibasura ang RH bill. Tama si Atty. Girlie Noche. It is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-poor, anti-constitutional!

  40. Anonymous // May 9, 2011 at 12:55 am //

    marami ng batas ang pilipinas na wala rin silbi ang karamihan…lusot nga yong mga mayayamang filipino sa mga kaso na clear na me kasalanan talaga…kasi sa kadami dami ng batas at jurisprudence ng pinas minsan masyadong malabo na ang justice sa pinas, yon muna ang ayusin sana..hindi ang RH -bill…baka para lang for aid purposes ang RH-bill na yan…batas dito, batas doon, guro as dictated by the other rich nations…wag tayo masyado padala kasi tayo rin ang nasisira…magkaroon po tayo ng sariling pananaw sa buhay, wag tayo padikta…in the end, kindly visit our behaviors and faith…

  41. karamihan sa mahihirap ngayon sila ay may pinaka maraming anak , paano ang kinabukasan nila at sa kanilang mga anak eh karamihan nila ay hindi ma ipag aral ang kanilang anak,so ano ang kinabukasan nila? diba mahirap din, so sa lahat ng anti RH, GUMUSING NA KAYO!1

  42. Ipasa ang RH bill: It promotes the right of women to decide for her own body..go..go..go..

  43. michelle san pedro // May 9, 2011 at 12:47 am //

    kapag malaki ang pamilya at mahirap, sasabihin ng mga pro-RH: “ayan mahirap sila, kasi madami sila.”
    kapag malaki ang pamilya at mayaman, sasabihin ng mga pro-RH: “eh kasi mayaman sila, kaya pwede silang magkaroon ng maraming anak.”
    NAKAKALOKA! IBASURA ANG RH BILL!!!

  44. Ipasa ang RH bill

    If hindi natin ipasa ang RH Bill, may programa ba ang catholic church to promote the rights and health development of women? How do you address maternal mortality because of maternal complication?

  45. May 22, 2011 –there will be a grand debate regarding RH bill on GMA news tv. i’m sure this will be a good one.

  46. Jean Claude // May 9, 2011 at 12:43 am //

    The ballooning population remains to be the major cause why the Phils. is still a third world nation. In developed countries, RH laws are very effective (especially in China). In these developed countries the Catholic religion is not anymore the dominant religion. I do not see any developed country that is predominantly Catholic. Thus, is it that the church is against the RH bill because they would rather prefer to keep our nation poor so that we remain feudalised to the church forever…?

  47. EJ Wilkes // May 9, 2011 at 12:40 am //

    what if you anti-RH guys make a group and feed all those kids that are starving, pay for their education, help those women that have complications for unwanted pregnancies, and… be a counselor as well for broken families that were kinda married by force due to unwanted pregnancies.

  48. im pro RH bill, it’s pro women. although hindi ito ang solusyon sa poverty. may positibo at negatibo itong epekto. pero ito ay makatutulong sa paghihirap ng mga kababaihan. at tandaan natin, hindi naman lahat ng tao sa pilipinas ay katoliko.

  49. Anonymous // May 9, 2011 at 12:37 am //

    Dapat ipost ang RH bill sa bawat barangay para lubusang maunawaan ng mga tao hindi lamang ang mga taong nasa likod nito, pagka’t magdebate man kayo dyan hindi pa rin malinaw talaga sa mga tao ang gusto nyo yan.

  50. im so happy with the result of the poll…
    i would like to commend abs-cbn for comming up with a good show… i wish we could continue this debate sometimes in the future with a longer time slot….. Every Filipino citizen should watch this

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