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Heard in Passing
May 27, 2011   
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“Many politicians from that party have nothing in common with the countryside, and the only soil they ever see is that in their balcony flower pots.”
—Zbigniew Girzyński, a politician from the opposition Law and Justice, on deputies from the Polish People’s Party, which has a largely rural electorate

“Contrary to what most Polish politicians believe, I think it’s possible to win the elections by honestly informing people about the situation in the country.”
—Leszek Balcerowicz, the architect of Poland’s free market reforms in the early 1990s

“You may kiss my ass, young man.”
—Janusz Wi¶niewski, director of the Nowy Theater in Poznań, to a Polish Television reporter during a meeting of the Wielkopolska Province Assembly Culture Committee

“At the police station, the arrested man explained he owns a car body paint shop that is facing bankruptcy and that this was his way of getting more customers.”
—A police officer from Białogard, Western Pomerania province, on a 32-year-old man who scratched cars in a parking lot at night
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