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Heard in Passing
October 29, 2010   
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“Anticlericalism in politics is like a mouse trap. Grabbing a piece of tasty cheese is nice but you end up with a broken neck.”
—Ludwik Dorn, former parliamentary Speaker and deputy prime minister in the former Law and Justice government, on politicians who attack the Catholic Church in Poland for being too involved in public life

“I haven’t wronged anyone to the extent that I deserve a career in politics as penance.”
—Bohdan Łazuka, a singer and comedian, on rumors that he is interested in running in elections to the European Parliament

“After all, when you’re stuck in a traffic jam you can have fun too.”
—Andrzej Bogucki, a member of the board of PL2012, the company coordinating Poland’s preparations for the European soccer championships in 2012, replying to criticism from the Central Auditing Office of delays in road construction

“If referees start to sue players and vice versa, we’ll never emerge from the courts.”
—Andrzej Padewski, president of the Lower Silesian Soccer Association, on a referee who filed a complaint to prosecutors after a player who received a red card threatened to kill him
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