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The “Tito Sotto” Problem

At first, he vehemently denied copying parts of his speeches from Sarah Pope’s blog.

His Chief of Staff nailed him when he arrogantly “apologized” to the blogger in her own blog acknowledging that the Senator’s speech indeed contains passages from her own blog. And he is a lawyer… tsk… tsk.. tsk

Then, Tito Sotto tried to put her down as a “blogger lang yan” (she’s just a blogger).

Caught by his own staff’s admission, he now has this temerity to say about Sarah Pope and her blog:

“Ang tanong doon may copyright ba iyong blog niya? Kung may copyright iyong blog niya, either dapat mag sorry ako or mag-apologize ako. Or idemanda niya ako (The question is, is her blog covered by a copyright? If the blog has copyright, either I say sorry or I apologize. Or she can sue me),” said Sotto.

The arrogance of it all!

“I’m Sorry” would have made him a greater man.

His arrogance emphasized his showbiz roots.



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