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April 28, 2011   
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“Although many Poles are religious people, the moment they sit down behind the wheel they stop seeing other drivers as their neighbors and behave like pagans.”
—Fr. Marian Midura, who holds “reflection days” for car drivers

“If I become prime minister, I won’t make a scene and I will have to shake hands with [President Bronisław] Komorowski. But for the time being, I can’t imagine doing such a thing.”
—Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party, who on many occasions has declared he would never shake hands with the president again

“It’s not a factory production line where you have to stay a fixed number of hours. If there’s nothing to do, I go home.”
—Adam Gierek, Euro MP from the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) party, asked why he signed the attendance register at a European Parliament debate and then left the chamber

“Today, professionals use it only for fashion shows. It’s not a great idea for a politician to use it every day.”
—Kajetan Góra, a hair stylist, asked by a reporter about Infrastructure Minister Cezary Grabarczyk’s fondness for greasing his hair
Compiled from press reports
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