#antiRH tweeps on the RH Bill debate

Rep Manny Pacquiao joined the Grand RH debate on GMA 7 and said that ” Instead of focusing on the Reproductive Health (RH) bill, the government should exert more effort in fighting poverty through anti-corruption measures, world boxing champ and Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao said Sunday.”

Bishop Bacani on the other hand, “argued that using artificial contraceptives cause abortion. He added that giving Filipinos access to these family planning methods is the “fatal flaw” of the latest version of the RH bill.”

So let’s see what the feedback of those that oppose the RH Bill, the anti RH tweeps.

Tweeps like @xavierperedo is anti RH “because the RH bill is not even that definite enough to be a law! its all based on speculations!” @baby0811 thinks the “RHbill is a multi-billion buz being pushed by some lawmakers bcoz it wl open another door 4 corruption! #antiRH”

@mobilemartha believes “The proposed implementing guidelines of #RHBill is actually promoting promiscuity among d young. We dont want to become d next Botswana!!”

@niceunice on “grand debate about RH bill…haaaaay ang hirap intindihin ng mga antiRH while @iamLIRDELACRUZ tells “A “MORAL institution” (as they claim) should not raise IMMORAL people and should not dictate what is MORAL and IMMORAL.”

Watch the video of the Grand Debate as shown on GMA News TV as shown on May 22, at 8:45 to 10:45 PM.



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