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Heard in Passing
March 3, 2014   
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“I hear we have a superb law regulating how many hours people are allowed to work, but apparently it applies mainly to truck drivers and not to doctors; evidently the work of doctors is considered to involve smaller risk.”
—Bolesław Piecha, a former health minister from the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party, on doctors from public hospitals who treat private patients after hours and then, tired out, go back to their hospitals for a night shift

“If there were a Muslim in the government and proposed a debate on polygamy, I would consider that to be just as inappropriate as the stricter anti-abortion law that he has proposed.”
—Andrzej Halicki, a deputy from the Civic Platform (PO), the senior partner in the ruling coalition, on a proposal by deputy justice minister Michał Królikowski, who is also a lay member of the Benedictine order of monks

“Most Germans believed in Nazism, most Russians believed in Bolshevism, and most Japanese believed their emperor was divine; a few decades from now, people seduced by homo-ideology will be just as ashamed that they were so naive.”
—Fr. Dariusz Oko, a lecturer at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, on “gender ideology,” a term the Church and right-wingers in Poland have recently started using to attack proponents of non-traditional gender roles
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