Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski is pissed at John Kerry's snub, and so is Candace, who points out that Poland has a history of bravery.
Two days ago, John Kerry bluntly dismissed the contribution of the Polish forces in Iraq as insignificant. I think over those words with pain again today as I reflect on what I've learned: it's not the first time the Polish have been utterly dismissed by the powers that be. Sixty years ago today, after the death of 17,000 insurgents and 200,000 civilians, Warsaw surrendered to the Nazi army, and the story was all but forgotten.
And, you know, solar-powered flashlights.