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Why so many bad candidates for Poland Prime Minister?


Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #211
Against Kacynski because of lack of real understanding of the issues in hand!

why have you changed Polson quote into mine.

And why should I give a damn about 26 of them ?

why the rest of Poland should pay benefits for losters supporting PiS ???

Johan123 so why you are lauborer in London ??

I see this disscusion doesnt show the point of view of our society.

So foccuses show that 80% (the bigest level from whole EU) of Poles are happy in EU, 20% can only write silly thinks on internet.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #212
Thanks Lukasz ;)
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #213
Johan123 so why you are lauborer in London ??

For the cultural experience!

why have you changed Polson quote into mine.

I wasn't aware that I had changed anything! Sorry if I did!

So foccuses show that 80% (the bigest level from whole EU) of Poles are happy in EU, 20% can only write silly thinks on internet.

I am also a happy politically active member of the European community that takes a keen interest in its policies. A keen interest which allows me to comment on the many aspects that influence our society. It's all part of the democratic process that enables all of us to offer opinions freely!
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #214
It's all part of the democratic process that enables all of us to offer opinions freely!

agree, I take this oppotrunity as well

as to our future gov.

Honestly the best solution for Poland would be coalition PiS - PO but only because of character of Kaczysnki it is inposible.

PO would take foregin affiairs (and cooperate with president) economy ,Army, and PiS would take Law, some historical cases, corruption, Police.

It would be really good.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #215
Yep, why not...but is it possible (this kind of coalition...) ?
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #216
Honestly I wouldnt be surprised, because there is propability that on right side of our Political scene there will be only PiS and center right PO. So on way to form this coalition stand only some personalities. PO in economy is more liberal and PiS is more social, but in other cases it is posbile to form coalition. In my opinion PiS should resign form trying to pretend they understand economy and give it for PO, foregin affairs should be given for PO as well PiS would take all coruption, law, Police. And we could have efficient gov with the support of president (what is important)

The other option is coalition PO- LiD so LiD is more social as well. and their politicans were acused so many times of taking bribes that it is really hard to accept them. This gov will be without president support so there will be some problems to make it efficient.

My ideologi sticks the most to PO and I m going to vote on them, but there is no probality any party will win to gov themselfes, so we will need coalition.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #217
Okay. I agree, a coalition like this could work. PiS is ready for a coalition with PO ?
I saw last polls give PiS ahead of PO...and the "day" is coming closer... ;p
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #218
kay. I agree, a coalition like this could work. PiS is ready for a coalition with PO ?

before last elections everybody was sure that there will be PO-PiS coaltion, and it will be inposble to form PiS -SO- LPR coalition. I wouldnt be surprised to see PO-PiS now when nobody belives in it.

what is more after last election votes of PO-PiS werent enought to change constitution.

Now PO-PiS could change it, and PiS realy wants it...
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #219
Good news ;)
I think the ideas of PO about taking the example of Ireland economic growth of the last decades is really interesting.
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #220
and PiS could point on PO and tell their supporters that PO is "bad capitalist" and PiS works on other issues (law ,corruption, history).

and we would have reforms made by PO and PiS would burn their witches.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #221
we would have reforms made by PO and PiS would burn their witches.

Great ! ;P A new Poland is coming my friend ! LoL
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #222
there is one problem,

polonya.org.tr/biuletyny/L.Kaczynski-photo.jpg

If they will be able to find compromise.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #223
If there's a coalition between them it'd be named Donald/Duck...it's a Disney gov ;) (bad joke) LoL
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #224
I think that possibility to change constitution is key to what PiS wants to do, so it is really tempting. But in Poland situation changes so quick that it is better to wait to 21st october.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #225
I think so.
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #226
If there's a coalition between them it'd be named Donald/Duck...it's a Disney gov ;) (bad joke) LoL

I would like to have in Poland coalition like form Disney cartoon ;)
Polson 5 | 1,770  
7 Oct 2007 /  #227
Why not, it can't be worse than the current one... ;P
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
7 Oct 2007 /  #228
why the rest of Poland should pay benefits for losters supporting PiS ???

Excuse me... ?
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Oct 2007 /  #229
whose supporters takes benefits ? whose supporters are unemplyed ? Whose supporters are the oldest ? whose supporters are the most unsuccesful ?

PiS in this classification is on the top (maybe SO will be there as well)
johan123 1 | 228  
7 Oct 2007 /  #230
Global Leader Brings Exceptional Political Expertise
Washington, D.C. (October 4, 2007) – Aleksander Kwaśniewski, former president of Poland, joined APCO Worldwide's International Advisory Council (IAC), Margery Kraus, president and chief executive officer, announced today. Kwaśniewski guided Poland's transformation during the critical years following the fall of communism.

"President Kwaśniewski is the quintessential strategist statesman," Kraus said. "He brings deep understanding of contemporary politics and the challenges that face our global society. This unique perspective and expertise will add yet another level of insight to APCO's IAC and clients."

How can one of the leaders of a political party justify joining a global consultancy company!
OP lech  
7 Oct 2007 /  #231
Are there any parties calling for a withdrawal of Polish troops from Iraq? If not, why not? This should be the number one issue in Poland.
slick77  
7 Oct 2007 /  #232
tusk and his buddy michnik regard kiszczak as a "man of honor"...tells me a lot about both of them...
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
8 Oct 2007 /  #233
whose supporters takes benefits ?

All Polish citizens, who according to current law have right to take them.

oldest

So ? Euthanasia ? Kill old people ?

Do not use bad language

I don't.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
8 Oct 2007 /  #234
Quoting: Moderator
Do not use bad language

No i think it means you have to stop telling wrong things ;) hehe

By the way, nice new pic Grzegorz_ ;)
randompal 7 | 306  
8 Oct 2007 /  #235
How can one of the leaders of a political party justify joining a global consultancy company!

its not that unusual, lots of leaders do it once they leave office or even while they are still active in politics. just look at the list of people who belong to CFR (Council on Foreign Relations)

Are there any parties calling for a withdrawal of Polish troops from Iraq?

Unfortunately only the real yo-yos, like LPR
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
8 Oct 2007 /  #236
All Polish citizens, who according to current law have right to take them.

Yes but PiS supporters takes benefits and PO supporers work ...

So ? Euthanasia ? Kill old people ?

In some cases they could just listen young people ...
randompal 7 | 306  
8 Oct 2007 /  #237
you could say something bad about each party and what they stand for if you really wanted to:
PiS - cranky old geezers who refuse to notice that the world around them is changing fast..
PO - pro-business nerds who have a strange free-market agenda which reeks of neofascism..
LPR - the foaming at the mouth religious right, a party full of xenophobic people who are afraid to go overseas on holiday unless its on a pilgrimage to the Vatican..

SO - beet-faced drunken rednecks who sexually harass any woman within reach..
LID - Former Commies who convienently switch their colors whenever it suits them, aka the mafia in nice suits, slimy opportunists, etc..
Womens' Party - relatively unknown, hopeless cause but good campaign posters (naked women)
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
8 Oct 2007 /  #238
And some fresch data

How Poles in UK are going to vote

PO 50%
PiS 13%
LiD 13%
Womens party 5.5 %
...

50 % support for the Civic Platform , and 13% for PiS and Democrats , 5.5 % for the Women's Party - these are the results of research carried out in London and Belfast , Edinburgh and Southampton. Other groups received less support .

Research conducted two Polish sociologists from London : Dorothy Osipovich and Michael Garapich , on request Cross Media PR firm . Full results will be announced on Wednesday in Warsaw.

37 % of respondents declared their readiness to take part in the elections on October 21 . 16 % are undecided , and the rest is not interested in voting. Sociologists have studied 1,093 Polish immigrants in Britain .
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
8 Oct 2007 /  #239
Yes but PiS supporters takes benefits and PO supporers work ...

BS. PO supporters are often kids, who have never worked yet.

How Poles in UK are going to vote

2 years ago Tusk got over 90% in prisons.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
8 Oct 2007 /  #240
2 years ago Tusk got over 90% in prisons.

And Kaczki got over 99% in mental homes, right ? ;D

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