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Heard in Passing
December 30, 2010   
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“No one officially sends him to speak to the media... but that’s just the way he is: whenever he sees a camera, he begins to act like a dog that has spotted a tree.”
—Stanisław ˚elichowski, head of the Polish People’s Party’s (PSL) parliamentary caucus, on Eugeniusz Kłopotek, the PSL deputy most often featured in the media

“Like praising the day, it’s wiser to praise your wife and the prime minister after sunset.”
—Aleksander Kwa¶niewski, Polish president from 1995 to 2005, on whether he considers Donald Tusk the best prime minister of the last two decades

“His aides should help him realize that he lost [last summer’s] presidential elections .”
—Former agriculture minister Artur Balazs on verbal aggression by Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of the opposition Law and Justice party, toward political opponents

“The most painful realization comes when you get into the car, take your seat in the back, open the newspaper and suddenly discover that the car is not moving... because your driver is no longer there.”
—Former Prime Minister Józef Oleksy, on how your life changes when you lose a senior public post

Compiled from press reports.
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