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October 27, 2011   
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“Politics is like a lake with poisoned water. Anyone who tastes it is bound to get sick.”
—Popular rock singer Kasia Nosowska on her dislike of politicians

“Turning him into a star is going too far. He’s a slip-up, a pimple, a zit on the face of Polish democracy.”
—Stefan Niesiołowski, an outspoken Civic Platform politician and former deputy Speaker of the lower house, on the Palikot Movement, a new group in Poland’s parliament, and its leader, flamboyant, controversy-courting businessman Janusz Palikot

“We need to quickly figure out why we lost, then hit the road and meet with people across the country to rebuild the party at the grassroots level, taking lots of common sense and spare livers with us.”
—Włodzimierz Czarzasty, a leftist politician rumored to be the éminence grise of the SLD, declaring his determination to restore the party as a force in Polish politics after its dismal performance in the parliamentary elections

“He’s a man who got rid of his genitals and pretends to be a woman, which shows that this person has departed from the Catholic Church.”
—Catholic commentator Tomasz Terlikowski on Anna Grodzka, the first transsexual person in the Polish parliament; Grodzka plans to sue him for defamation

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