You don't honestly think he's conservative? Why would they be created in the first place?
Because you, as a typical foreigner, don't understand how Polish politics work. You especially find it difficult to understand that in Poland, "liberal" doesn't have the same meaning at all as it does in the USA. Nor do you understand that the "conservative" Kaczynski actually has very socialist leanings - and certainly, he's far more socialist than Obama.
Kaczynski, with his seducing of the "have-nots" and the trade unions is your typical socialist. He supports the nationalisation of industry, is suspicious of the free market, wants to grant State funding to selected "Solidarność" companies, he supports such socialist policies like giving everyone 1000zl for every child - really, the list is endless. By American descriptions, he would be called "Socialist".
Komorowski on the other hand is your typical conservative - all for the free market, doesn't believe in any such policies, isn't a fan of trade unions. You know, the type of thing that American conservatives like - especially the way that he likes low taxes and isn't a fan of social welfare either.
As for your claims, I can provide you with more than one "scrap" of evidence.
Evidence? From what, biased, hysterical pro-life sources? Komorowski is close personal friends with several bishops - would they really be friends with someone who was against Catholic teachings?
No, what Komorowski defends is the status quo in Polish politics, whereby it was agreed years ago that they wouldn't bring up the abortion debate in return for the present situation - where it's allowed in very limited circumstances. This is what Polish society (something that you're obviously unfamiliar with) supports in general. We don't need or want the abortion debate to be brought up again - it's better to have a steady law than the situation where the law keeps changing according to which party is leading the conutry.
Incidentally, can you provide me with "evidence" that Komorowski has ever supported the abortion of disabled children? You can't, because he hasn't.
While the Pis party shifted to the left in 2005 it was because of one guy, Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, and one issue (economics) but the original intent in 2001 (the founding) was right-wing conservatism.
Hahahaha. Marcinkiewicz fell out with Kaczynski long ago over economics - but it was because Marcinkiewicz believed in the free market, not in Kaczynski's socialist policies. Where do you read this rubbish?
The Pis is anti-communism, anti corruption, pro-defense, pro-family. Who wouldn't want that?
Who wants socialism? I don't - but Jaroslaw does.
The only socialist thing that I will grant you is their favorable stance on free socialized healthcare but I understand that to be standard in Europe so they are just following the unfortunate trend of this government handout.
How can you explain Kaczynski's friendship with and support by Solidarność, hmm? Why does he support the subsidising of inefficient, State owned enterprises? Why does he oppose the privatisation of many Polish businesses? Could it be because he's...a socialist?
The president's foremost's role is to represent his country with dignity.
Yup. And this is why Kwasniewski mostly enjoyed huge popularity.