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Heard in Passing
January 28, 2015   
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“Left wingers should smell of bread, not caviar.”
—Marek Balt, leader of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) party in the Silesia region

“It’s like using Christmas as an excuse to slap your mother-in-law with a carp fish dish or engage in a fight with your brother-in-law using a Christmas tree.”
—Polish President Bronisław Komorowski in a comment on the disruption caused by nationalists during Independence Day demonstrations Nov. 11

“Until not so long ago, he seemed the dark horse of Polish politics, but all he’s proved capable of doing is galloping on a donkey like a character from the Shrek movie and yelling ‘I’m over here, vote for me!’”
—Catholic journalist Kazimierz Sowa on Janusz Palikot, the leader of the liberal Your Movement (TR) party, who is running for president even though his ratings are so small they are within the margin of statistical error

“He has a great talent for winning over people; when talking to communists, he will talk like a communist, when talking to fascists he will talk like a fascist, with liberals he sounds like a liberal, with priests he sounds like a man of deep faith, and with atheists he talks like God’s personal enemy.”
—Andrei Illarionov, former chief economic advisor to Vladimir Putin, on the Russian president

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