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Who are you voting for in the 2010 Poland's presidential elections and why?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
18 Jun 2010 #1
To the Polish citizens on PF, if you plan to vote (if not, why niot?) -- who will you ast your ballot for on Sunday and why? One concise sentence will suffice from those not in the mood for a lengthy political tract.
Zed - | 195
18 Jun 2010 #2
I will be voting for BK. Reasons: I want to see no more senseless obstruction by the President to our goverment's actions or hear stupid claims/stipulations that the President's office co-governs Poland. Go Bronek go!! :-)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
18 Jun 2010 #3
i'll do the same and much for the same reason
jeden - | 226
18 Jun 2010 #4
I`ll vote for JKM
Ksysia 25 | 430
18 Jun 2010 #5
My vote is for JKM, too. I don't want the Komar (Mosquito), I don't want the Kaczor (Duck), I want the Korwin (Raven).

Plus, he has the most liberal views of all.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Jun 2010 #6
The man who wants guns everywhere. The man who feels that women shouldn't be allowed to vote or travel anywhere. Is that what you want? He's a wackjob!
jeden - | 226
18 Jun 2010 #7
Is that what you want? He's a wackjob!

Yes.

what`s wrong with with guns ??

or travel anywhere

What are you talking about?

Do you prefer Komorowski who wants to introduce 35% paritet for women in parliament???
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Jun 2010 #8
Want me to show you, jeden? ;) ;)

He feels women shouldn't get so smart or leave the country. It's called reading between the lines.
jeden - | 226
18 Jun 2010 #9
He feels women shouldn't get so smart or leave the country. It's called reading between the lines.

or leave the country???

he is against women right to vote, not right to candidate. Ofc it is rather showing desire.
there is no real posibility to introduce this idea, due to our constitution. I would like to remind you that Poland introduce women's suffrage before UK did it. Don`t worry about it.

His point of view on women is controversial and imho we should focus on other more importatnt things than unreal ideas
Seanus 15 | 19,706
18 Jun 2010 #10
I agree, he is controversial and an old git. Then again, so are the rest. I'd vote for Napieralski, he seems to have Scottish roots :)
pgtx 29 | 3,159
18 Jun 2010 #11
Polish government sucks enough... Poles do not need another old fart with XIX century ideas...
Polson 5 | 1,771
18 Jun 2010 #12
Poles do not need another old fart with XIX century ideas...

the Kaczor (Duck)

Why do i see a link here?.. ;)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
18 Jun 2010 #13
I'm not voting. The reasons being:
- Been living outside Poland for long and not in a hurry to come back
- No candidates that I could identify with (I'm fed up with voting _against_ instead of _for_, if you get my drift)
Drac90 1 | 74
18 Jun 2010 #14
i vote for JK
Lets be honest, its Kaczyński or Komorowski, and Komorowski in last month had more mistakes than the rest of presidents from 90 in total. The only chance would be that Tusk will have under control every word that Komorowski will say.. well i dont like Komorowski, if it would be Tusk i propably would give my vote for him. but not this old idiot, i prefer other old idiot :D

I'm not voting. The reasons being:

yup, im against it as well, its good thing you are not voting
Zed - | 195
19 Jun 2010 #15
JK would be a poor choice. He has been known for cooperating with undereducated peasants and with nationalistic far right. Would anyone want to witness that again? A destructive choice indeed.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
19 Jun 2010 #16
Well, there are plenty of those around so he is on solid ground ;)
1jola 14 | 1,879
19 Jun 2010 #17
There is election silence today and tomorrow, guys. This includes the internet. Try to respect that.
zetigrek
19 Jun 2010 #18
no one I will vote.
kondzior 9 | 951
19 Jun 2010 #19
After a mature consideration I decided to vote for Kaczyński, the lesser of two evils.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,726
19 Jun 2010 #20
There is election silence today and tomorrow, guys. This includes the internet. Try to respect that.

Screw that. It's a stupid law and in the true tradition of Poles everywhere - if a law is stupid, it should be ignored :)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,726
19 Jun 2010 #22
A thoroughly idiotic Polish concept that bans people from talking about the election until after the polls close.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
19 Jun 2010 #23
Nobody gives a toss anyway. Whatever loser comes into power comes into power. Oh, I'm not speaking when I'm typing, Jola, so you can come down from the ceiling and behave yourself. I'm being quite silent!

Oh, I don't get to vote as I've only got a Polish wife and over 5 years in Poland. Election silence, LOL
zetigrek
19 Jun 2010 #24
Oh, I don't get to vote as I've only got a Polish wife and over 5 years in Poland. Election silence, LOL

but could you vote or not? are you already a citizen of Rzeczpospolita Polska? ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
19 Jun 2010 #25
I have to check up on that, zeti, there may be a hitch or two. I'm sure there's a paper or 50 that I have to sign first.
lekrs - | 2
20 Jun 2010 #26
I`ll vote for JKM
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
20 Jun 2010 #27
To the Polish citizens on PF, if you plan to vote (if not, why niot?) -- who will you ast your ballot for on Sunday and why? One concise sentence will suffice from those not in the mood for a lengthy political tract.

Kaczyński, going to vote now.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
20 Jun 2010 #28
As a EU citizen I voted (and will vote) PO in local and European elections.
The Duck would be a disgrace for this country. At least his brother still was the more intelligent one.
He thinks the world stops at Plac Wilsona and is stuck in the 19th century. The only good thing I can tell for him is that he is not tainted by any corruption scandal. He presides a party full of scary laptop-destroying underlings though. Or using WSI files to intimidate political opponents.
Polson 5 | 1,771
20 Jun 2010 #29
3 minutes left...
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
20 Jun 2010 #30
Kaczyński, going to vote now.

Just voted, Duckpospolita Polska +1 vote :)

He presides a party full of scary laptop-destroying underlings though

Cheap rhetoric figures instead of solid arguments ftw!


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