Philippine Senator and Majority Leader Tito Sotto, who made international news for blatant plagiarism, is at it again. This time, the genius graduate of Wanbol University, delivered a speech that was translated off a 1966 speech of Robert F. Kennedy, a noted civil rights activist and younger brother to assassinated president John F. Kennedy. Here's a link to Kennedy's actual speech.
Intent on digging his own political grave, Tito Sotto passed off the speech as his own, oblivious to its origin. I am almost certain that a speechwriter did this, but as Sotto's camp shamelessly announced that plagiarism is okay in his office, I don't think that a reprimand is to be expected.