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Why so many bad candidates for Poland Prime Minister?


proesik  
6 Oct 2007 /  #181
You're not Pole and interested in Polish politics ? ;)
I'm impressed and very happy :)

Even tough maybe 5% of my friends are going to vote on 'Kaczki bros' I'm afraid they can win ... :( 99% of old pricks are gonna vote on them which is the opinion based on the evidence
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,149  
6 Oct 2007 /  #182
If young people are decided to vote on Oct., 21st, so a good news is possible for Poland

Don't worry my friend. I am young and I will vote for sure.
Polson 5 | 1,768  
6 Oct 2007 /  #183
Yeah, but that's not a good news... ;P LoL (i think i know who you support...)
randompal 7 | 306  
6 Oct 2007 /  #184
He seems to be inteligent and honest... But from my point of view, he's to weak to be a strong politian... :)

What's worse? Intelligent and honest but weak, or strong but dumb and dishonest? I would prefer the former, if he could put together an effective government....
Polson 5 | 1,768  
6 Oct 2007 /  #185
I would prefer the former, if he could put together an effective government....

Yep ;) Everything new is welcome...maybe not Samoobrona, or Ultra-Catholic...a normal mixed government with modern way of thinking, and good ideas is really welcome !! ;p
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
6 Oct 2007 /  #186
I agree Tusk isnt perfect, but tehir program for Poland is really atractive.

As to A Kwasniewski he is oportunist, during comunist times he was minister in comunist party, now he is democrat, in nazi germany probably he would be nazist ... so Kwasnieski is defiantely not good choice.
Polson 5 | 1,768  
6 Oct 2007 /  #187
I agree Tusk isnt perfect, but tehir program for Poland is really atractive.

Seems to be ;) I saw he wants to take the exemple of Ireland, and if it's really possible so VOTE TUSK !!! cause what happened to Ireland is amazing. Fifteen years ago, they were like Poland, and now they are amongst the richest countries in Europe !

So, if Donald can do it, it'd be really great ! ;)

Donald VS Duck....(Donald Duck, not funny...) ;)
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #188
Even tough Kwaƛniewski is accused of being a communist, I'm far more decided to vote on him than on Kaczynski Jaro... :/
For Kaczynski family Poland is just a family business... that's so saaaad :((
Our beautiful country is becoming a huge business... but poles have less and less money in their pockets, and that's the sad thing.

Absolute Rubbish!

You seem to lack the cognative abilities understand political and economic reality!
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #189
You can't say Kaczynski's foreign relations is a success...
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #190
The problem is that young people are massively against Kaczynski, but they don't vote ??...If they don't vote, it's gonna be the same as 2 years ago when the president was elected ! Move your a.s.s young people ! Go and vote !! ;p

Against Kacynski because of lack of real understanding of the issues in hand!

You can't say Kaczynski's foreign relations is a success...

It's an outstanding success! No one will dare take Poland for granted again!
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #191
Poland stops any new European idea, there's always a problem, thanks to Kaczki. I think Poland had never have such a bad image than today.
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #192
What are you talking about? Poland's image within Europe is dictated by interest groups that control the media within the EU. They have no reason to support a strong independent Poland as it effects their overall vision of a two tier Europe consisting of important and non important countries. Poland, under PiS, is able to formulate foreign policy based upon Polish interests.
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #193
Poland, under PiS, is able to formulate foreign policy based upon Polish interests.

And why everything should be taken with Polish interests ? We are 27 countries !! What if all the 27 would veto each time something is not okay or not in their interests.

I understand that sometimes you have to tell that you don't like this, or don't want this, but not everytime !
The suggestion of EU of having a Day Against Death Penalty is a good idea for exemple, where are the interests of Poland in vetoing it ??!
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,149  
7 Oct 2007 /  #194
We are 27 countries !!

And why should I give a damn about 26 of them ?
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #195
Okay so get out of the EU and build the "autostrady" with your own money ;) I don't think there are gonna be a lot of highways in Poland...
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,506  
7 Oct 2007 /  #196
hmmm... poland... autostrady... nah... doesnt sound right
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #197
I went on the A4 between Cracow and Gliwice last Christmas, and i must say it was one of the most beautiful highways i've ever seen ! Wish there were more like this in Poland ;)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,149  
7 Oct 2007 /  #198
Okay so get out of the EU

I would do that with pleasure.

I don't think there are gonna be a lot of highways in Poland...

We could have already thousands kms of highways If governments were rationally spending our money.
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #199
I would do that with pleasure.

We can't talk, i like the EU, it benefits a lot to Poland ;)

We could have already thousands kms of highways If governments were rationally spending our money

You mean former govs or the current one (or all) ?
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #200
The suggestion of EU of having a Day Against Death Penalty is a good idea for exemple, where are the interests of Poland in vetoing it ??!

Countries within the EU are responsible for defending their own interests! France has always defended the rights of French farmers regardless of economic reality. The suggestion of having a "Day Against the Death Penalty" is a complete non issue as the death penalty doesn't exist within the EU. It once again an example of the the EU dealing with side issues in order to avoid real difficult issues such as lowering the above subsidies.
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #201
The suggestion of having a "Day Against the Death Penalty" is a complete non issue as the death penalty doesn't exist within the EU

And so what ? We can be an example in the world by saying we are all against this stupid "solution".
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #202
Let's discuss within the EU a joint energy policy without blackmail form Gazprom!

Let's discuss subsidies that are cripling the EU economically!
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #203
Let's discuss within the EU a joint energy policy without blackmail form Gazprom!

Sure, but it does not make a problem to talk about different matters.
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #204
Let's discuss the role of business consultants within areas of EU funding!

Let's to discuss why some EU citizens retired at 40 ish because they work for the state and others within the private sector work until 65

Let's discuss why a French cow receives more money than an African child in reference to subsidies
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #205
I never said we should avoid these problems, but i don't think that suggesting a Day Against the Death Penalty would change anything...
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #206
Real issues and not side issues!
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #207
Why not both...
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #208
Criminals are free from the threat of the death penalty and there is absolutely no reason to waste time discussing this issue!
Polson 5 | 1,768  
7 Oct 2007 /  #209
I'm not saying that all what the EU does is perfect, but there are good points...

Criminals are free from the threat of the death penalty and there is absolutely no reason to waste time discussing this issue!

In Europe yes (even though Kaczki wants to put it back in Poland...), but in such countries like the USA or China, it still exists, and a Day like this is just usefull to make things evolve in the world. The EU maybe powerful, we have to use this power.
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #210
I am not paying taxes to politicians to discuss issues that don't exist!

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