Should you really care what bloggers are saying?

by - Friday, August 17, 2012

It really hurt me to hear news about Senator Tito Sen tells about bloggers,

Senator Tito Sotto
Philippines



Blogging for me is an art that women and men can relate to.  It's all about the things in general.  It's a form of communication, like the newspaper or magazines, TV or a radio, a reality that we want to convey to our readers through our writings, pictures and videos.  


A blog dedicated to readers to smile.  A blog that inspires and a blog that helps your questions being answered.

Should you really care what bloggers are saying?  Yes, you should.  Because for me BLOGGERS are the EYE OPENER, the MODERN REVOLUTIONARY, the NEW KKK(Kataastaasang,Kagalanggalang  Katipunan ng mga ANAK NG BAYAN) in the Philippines. 

Here to define what is a blog: TENTBLOGGER

I hate plagiarism.  We all hate PLAGIARISM.  Copying our own works without our knowledge is a big NO NO to us as bloggers.  But what make this story more complicated is that we are quoted to be as BLOGGERS LANG.

We write what we feel and what we see around us.  That is the mere fact of it.  We blog what we experience and we wanted our readers to know that.  Blogging is not "LANG", it is a work of passion and love.

Hope that Tito Sen and all our readers will understand our stand.  We want respect on our writings and to our whole being.









You May Also Like

25 comments

  1. Blogger lang,,yes we are bloggers lang better than thieves and liar like the politicians lang.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It's like we're given a label/stereotype without them knowing what bloggers really are. :/

    ReplyDelete
  3. Obviously, he doesn't know what he's saying. His ignorance is unacceptable. If I keep going, I might say something below the belt, so I better stop now.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I have read a lot of things about the issue with Sen. Sotto. I say no to plagiarism and I am waiting to hear his side on this issue. I hope he can clear his name soon.

    ReplyDelete
  5. i agree! blogging is not "lang". it's just sad how Tito Sotto sees bloggers :(

    ReplyDelete
  6. Much as I am disappointed with Sen. Sotto's remark, I have to say that I can't also blame him. Let's face it. The quality of the blogs out on the Internet are not consistent. Some are really good and reputable while others aren't. Instead of ranting about this, perhaps we should take his remark as a challenge to show that bloggers, Filipino bloggers in particular, are a brood of people to reckon with.

    ReplyDelete
  7. @Adeline Yuboco: You're right ma'am. A challenge indeed.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I think he needs to check his writers too because if his writers are really good then they could have mentioned it to him that it ALL came from a blogger's post.

    ReplyDelete
  9. wasn't his speech taken from a blogger?

    ReplyDelete
  10. Time to show Tito Sotto that bloggers can help in not having him reelected.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Sen. Sotto doesn't know the power of social media that the purported "she's just a blogger" is an indirect connotation of belittling bloggers.

    However, my hope is that bloggers would stay calm and genius. Let's not create rage because of what Sotto has said. Remember, we're good bloggers. :D

    The issue about plagiarism, is also a battle of both Sotto's and Sarah Pope's laurel. In my opinion, Sen. Sotto should make a public apology and accept his negligence.

    ReplyDelete
  12. this has been a trending topic lately, well, what ever he meant on that "blogger lang", I don't care at all... as far as I know, I learn a lot from blog-hopping... :D

    ReplyDelete
  13. Blogging is not easy ,it took us a while before we can make an article and it is irritating to know that somebody just copied our post without proper credit and the worst is ,they even claimed it as their own like Tito Sotto, he is bad.

    ReplyDelete
  14. politicians... they always make a way to make everyone controlled and taxed. it's also like here in the US...pain in the butt.

    ReplyDelete
  15. I think most bloggers can do a better job as a senator than Tito Sotto the lying thief

    ReplyDelete
  16. Good luck to his campaign this coming election. He lost many votes already.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Well, sorry sir Tito ha, bloggers lang po kami.. nakaka disappoint naman to.. hmp.

    ReplyDelete
  18. grrrr!!!!! i have the same sentiments on this... as in!!! i'm so embarrassed on what he did and he even had the nerves to say that... i'm sorry i had to share this photo on:

    http://akdqueen46.blogspot.com/2012/08/why-we-should-forgive-tito-sotto.html

    ReplyDelete
  19. sayang, oonti na lalo mag vote sa kanya..

    ReplyDelete
  20. Bloggers are influencers..sana wag lang lang-in. come election time they'll be needing us too!

    ReplyDelete
  21. hay buhay....natatawa na lang talaga ako sa mga nangyayari.

    ReplyDelete
  22. Yes, As much as I adore Eat Bulaga, your wrong on this one in all accounts. Its the blogger's thought and you should respect that.

    ReplyDelete
  23. Well, he would pay the price come 2013 election.

    ReplyDelete
  24. I also made a post about this but up until now, I haven't published it yet. I hope he just accepts his fault instead of giving so many excuses...

    ReplyDelete
  25. I do respect your view or opinion. You're entitled for what you've written. Generally, Sen. Sotto should have acknowledged Pope's views on ill effects of pills. That's what we call a due to respect to one's effort whether the writer is an ordinary person, a mere blogger or whatever.

    ReplyDelete