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There's still hope for Poland!


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
15 Sep 2012 #1
Fakt.pl has reported PM Tusks’s associates saying that the PM was displaying mood swings and had panic in his eyes. “He is swinging between radical solutions – either a frontal attack or a pull-back, and his decisions are therefore unpredictable,” unnamed associates were reported as saying. On a single day they were twice called to his office for

emergency meetings. The Amber Gold affair has dragged on and is getting to him, Fakt.pl said. Meanwhile, TVN24 on Saturday reported a TNS Polska poll showing support for PO at 28%, PiS – 26%, SLF 7% and Palikot and PSL – 5%; 23% said they were undecided which party to support.
Appleby 1 | 25
15 Sep 2012 #2
unnamed associates were reported as saying

is normally a euphemism for a journalist saying "I have nothing to say, but I am going to do it anyway - the hell with journalistic ethics".
boletus 30 | 1,366
15 Sep 2012 #3
September 14 - another milestone on the difficult road of building the Fourth Republic Minus Ziobro, dreamt of by dozens of generations of true patriots and Righteous Poles: a leading intellectual, a prominent fighter and spokesman for the Resistance Movement, Adam Hofman, daringly announces on the pages of the portal wp.pl that there is a chance for Provisional Occupational Government soon to be removed from power, because PiS has entered into an unprecedented historic coalition with the Parliamentary Toilet, where "it is enough for someone to get locked in The Parliamentary Toilet in order to assure a shadow of a chance for a nonpartisan prime minister."
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #4
):):):):):)

PiS - toilet-oriented party? :):):)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
15 Sep 2012 #5
Fakt.pl has reported PM Tusks's associates saying that the PM was displaying mood swings and had panic in his eyes. "He is swinging between radical solutions - either a frontal attack or a pull-back, and his decisions are therefore unpredictable," unnamed associates were reported as saying.

Fakt? Oh dear Polonius... can't you at least find a slightly more credible newspaper than that?

Meanwhile, TVN24 on Saturday reported a TNS Polska poll showing support for PO at 28%, PiS - 26%, SLF 7% and Palikot and PSL - 5%; 23% said they were undecided which party to support.

PiS down to 26%? It's going from bad to worse for them - they need at least 40% in order to have a credible chance of forming a government.

Who is this mythical candidate that they want as Prime Minister, anyway?
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #6
Oh dear Polonius... can't you at least find a slightly more credible newspaper than that?

:):):):)
Funny, indeed.

PiS down to 26%? It's going from bad to worse for them - they need at least 40% in order to have a credible chance of forming a government.

Everything is possible in politics.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
15 Sep 2012 #7
But we'll make sure it doesn't happen, right? ;)

Does anyone really believe for one second that PiS are capable of finding a nonpartisan person to lead a technocratic government?
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #8
But we'll make sure it doesn't happen, right? ;)

Delph, I am always on your side!:

d

You say: Fek PiS! I will fek PiS! :):):)
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
15 Sep 2012 #9
The goods news is PO down to 28%. Poles seem to be wisening up and seeing through the Tuskite oldboy 'układ': tinhorn politicans, shady business, servile jmedia and gangsters.
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #10
The problem is that 28% is still a major player in the Polish Sejm. :):):):):)

PS. Fuk PiS!!!!
:):):):)
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
15 Sep 2012 #11
Not for long. A consrtuctive vote of no-confidence is just round the corenr. Shifty-eyed tricky Don will end up on the trash heap of history. Oby jak najszybciej!
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #12
Replaced by who? :):):)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
15 Sep 2012 #13
The goods news is PO down to 28%. Poles seem to be wisening up and seeing through the Tuskite oldboy 'układ': tinhorn politicans, shady business, servile jmedia and gangsters.

The real news is that despite this, PiS have slipped further, proving that voters don't want to vote for the 4th Republic or Kaczynski. No matter how hard you try, all the current evidence shows a clear rejection of PiS.

A consrtuctive vote of no-confidence is just round the corenr.

Who is the candidate, Polonius? WHO IS THE CANDIDATE?

Oh, that's right...they don't actually have a candidate. Remember under Polish law, they need to appoint a successor to Tusk to win - it's not enough to simply vote against him, but they need to have someone to replace him.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
15 Sep 2012 #14
Shifty-eyed tricky Don will end up on the trash heap of history. Oby jak najszybciej!

Replaced by who? :):):)

Shifty-eyed tricky someone else I'm afraid. They're all the same once they get their arse on the seat of power.
pawian 176 | 14,823
15 Sep 2012 #15
Yes. Obama, Romney, Cameron, Merkel.... I mean what you know.....
boletus 30 | 1,366
15 Sep 2012 #16
Shifty-eyed tricky Don will end up on the trash heap of history.

The what of history? Just to make sure that you will never run out of synonyms for this beautiful expression here is quite a collection of those:

trash heap of history, dust heap of history, ash heap of history, trash can of history, dust bin of history, scrap heap of history, rubbish heap of history, dust pile of history, dung heap of history .

The expression-or something like it-arose in the 19th century in various places. But it was popularized by Leon Trotsky in response to the Mensheviks walking out of the Petrograd Second Congress of Soviets, on October 25, 1917

You once again demonstrated so clearly your ties to the communist "mowa-trawa" claptrap.
/wiki/Ash_heap_of_history
pawian 176 | 14,823
16 Sep 2012 #17
trash heap of history.

Thanks. At my age, my memory isn`t as good as before but I will remember the last one for sure.
strzyga 2 | 993
16 Sep 2012 #18
Fakt.pl has reported Polonius3’s associates saying that the P3 was displaying mood swings and had panic in his eyes. “He is swinging between radical solutions – either a frontal attack or a pull-back, and his threads are therefore unpredictable,” unnamed associates were reported as saying. On a single day they were twice called to the Polish Forums for emergency threads.


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