Doctor Fighter MD agrees with Senator-elect Robin Padilla’s intent to use Tagalog in senate debate

On Senator-elect Robin Padilla’s pronouncement he will use Tagalog instead of English in a senate debate, a netizen named Chao-Tiao Yumol, who is a physician by profession, said he agree with the newbie senator.

Doc Yumol said that one’s ability to speak English is not the measure of intelligence or academic achievement. He said speaking in Tagalog should be practiced again. The senate is a place to craft laws, what is the use of having the senate debate televised and the senators speak in English when majority of the viewing public cannot understand what they are debating, discussions that directly impact the common people.

Doc Yumol urged to change the prevailing thinking that when one cannot speak English, he is weak or not intelligent.

If the Americans wants to understand what the senators are debating, they better hire an interpreter. Why is it that other countries, they don’t speak English but when you think about it, they are more free and progressive compared to the Philippines?

You are a Filipino, use Tagalog when you speak.

Doc Yumol’s FB post got the attention of Senator-elect Robin Padilla and reposted it on his FB page, generating 30,000 reactions, 2,900 comments and 1,500 shares in just 10 hours and counting.

I agree kay Senator Robin Padilla hindi na ito sukatan ng talino o pinag aralan. Ang pagtatagalog ay kailangan ibalik. Ang senado ay gawaan ng batas, ano ang silbi na ito ay televised kung hindi naman naiintidihan ng nakakarami ang pinaguusapan, mga diskusyon na ang direktang maapektuhan ay mga simpleng mamamayan.

Itigil na natin ang banyagang pagiisip na kapag hindi ka english speaking eh mahina ka.

Kung gusto ng mga Amerkano maintidihan nila ang pinaguusapan ng mga senador, kumuha sila ng interpreter, bakit yun ibang bansa hindi nagiingles pero di hamak na mas malaya at mas asensado kumpara satin?

Pinoy ka, managalog ka.

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Source: Chao-Tiao Yumol 

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