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April 30, 2010   
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“My son came to me one day with our wedding photograph and said in a sad voice that his mom had a different husband in the past.”
—PiS deputy Jan Ołdakowski on why he has gone on a radical diet, losing 20 kilograms so far

“The less hard-working a politician, the better. Unfortunately, we’re now dealing with workaholics who want to handle everything and regulate everything.”
— Independent presidential candidate Andrzej Olechowski, a former foreign minister and finance minister, replying to criticism that he doesn’t like to work too hard

“This is a dream from a horror movie.”
—Joanna Senyszyn, Euro MP from the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), on former President Aleksander Kwa¶niewski’s suggestion that a coalition might be possible between the SLD and Law and Justice (PiS)

“For physiological reasons. Before menstruation, a woman’s brain becomes swollen; women are so full of physiological fluids that it’s difficult for them to remain reasonable.”
—Hanna Wujkowska, from 2005 to 2006 advisor on women’s affairs to the former right-wing PiS government, on why women should not hold important posts

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