Opposition party wins Poland election
By DAVID McHUGH Associated Press Writer
© 2007 The Associated PressWARSAW, Poland — A pro-business opposition party that wants Poland's troops out of Iraq ousted Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski's government in parliamentary elections Sunday, as Poles opted for leadership offering a more cooperative approach to the European Union.
In Garwolin’s town square, an older man responded to questions about the election by raising
fist and shouting, “Ducks,” a local nickname for the twins.
“I prefer my ducks boiled in a pot,” said a friend sitting beside him.