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HEARD IN PASSING
August 29, 2014   
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“It doesn’t matter if it’s a missile installation or [foreign] soldiers guarding piles of potatoes, as long as there’s a permanent Western military presence here.”
—Witold Waszczykowski, a deputy foreign minister in the right-wing government of 2005-2007, asked whether Poland should seek to host parts of a U.S. missile defense system

“When intelligent people assess a given situation, it’s only natural that they often have the same views.”
—Leszek Miller, the leader of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), on why he increasingly agrees with views voiced by Jarosław Kaczyński, the leader of the right-wing Law and Justice (PiS) party

“This is a slightly sensitive issue, but seeing how I’m the legal owner of this small piece of real estate, I had to include it.”
—Karol Karski, who was recently elected to the European Parliament on a PiS ticket, on why he listed a cemetery plot that includes his family grave in his property declaration

“It’s probably easier for Latinos to adjust to living here, as they don’t understand everything that fans yell at the players.”
—Radosław Osuch, the chairman of the Zawisza Bydgoszcz soccer club, on why he likes to sign up players from abroad
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