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Happy Birthday, VP Binay: Netizens Reveal Their Birthday Wishes

Vice President Jejomar Binay turns 72 tomorrow. FHM compiles the best, mostly sarcastic, some kinda morbid birthday greetings he has received so far on social media!
by Mikey Agulto | Nov 10, 2014
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FHM Nation, let's all greet Vice President Jejomar Binay a happy birthday in advance, because tomorrow, November 11, the vice president will turn 72.

Here's the thing thoughbirthdays are supposed to be a celebration of life, so how come the veep doesn't look too happy in this photo?

Photo via GMA News Online

Oh, we think we know why. Maybe it's because his family are currently under fire for their alleged involvement in the construction of that P2 billion parking building in Makati, that 350-hectare property in Rosario, Batangas, and a slew of other allegations that would indeed ruin even the best of birthdays. Can you at least tell us your birthday wish, sir?

"My birthday wish is that I hope that these people destroying our reputation would finally wake up and end their destructive politics," the eldest Binay revealed in a recent radio interview. "I wish that we elevate our political discourse and elections, and not resort to lies and mudslinging. Instead, we should present our dreams and goals, as well as aspirations for our nation. I wish for clean politics."

That's a hell of a wish. Unfortunately, Mr. Veep, some netizens also sort of wished for something on your behalf. Read on to see their birthday messages!

Yonip2 wishes that the veep gets to spend his next birthday in a different party place


dconsultant wishes that Binay owns up to his alleged wrongdoings like a man


semandaragat wishes to see Binay spend time in the Senate and answer to his alleged mistakes


AM wishes that Binay doesn't resort to wheelchairs and hospital arrests if he gets prosecuted


rickycruz wishes that Binay doesn't fall flat in his face when he goes to war with Sen. Antonio Trillanes on November 27


black magna wishes that the vice president has more time to turn this thing around


 "Long live Binay po"