Polish Union Breaks With Its Old Boss Over Romney
Mitt Romney should be arriving in Poland right about now on the third leg of his hilarious “foreign relations” tour (during which he’s trying to show Obama how to do it).
One of Romney’s main events in Poland is a meeting with Lech Walesa, the former head of the Solidarity union (and former president of the country itself), who organized workers in the 1980s to oppose the then-authoritarian regime and to bring it down. Amazingly, Mr. Walesa has cozied up to Romney, apparently having forgotten from whence he came.
Anyway, today we learn that the Solidarity union has broken with Walesa in a big way:
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