Rick McKee editorial cartoon

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augusta citizen
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augusta citizen 01/12/12 - 06:15 am
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LOL!

LOL!

jwarner6
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jwarner6 01/12/12 - 06:32 am
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It's a shame that so much

It's a shame that so much money was spent for the recent name change from MCG to GHSU.

my.voice
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my.voice 01/12/12 - 09:31 am
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Perfect....but we are SAVING

Perfect....but we are SAVING money remember!

Chillen
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Chillen 01/12/12 - 10:05 am
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Maybe this merger is the way

Maybe this merger is the way they are going to fix the horrible GHSU name they chose - kind of a buyers remorse sort of thing. That way they never have to admit they were wrong.

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TrulyWorried 01/12/12 - 12:59 pm
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On the computer you can go

On the computer you can go and reset it to an earlier date - I bet they wish they had that available to them now. Most idiotic thing I have seen in a long time. And they are "educated" people??? Unbelievable.

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CarlA 01/12/12 - 03:59 pm
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Azziz knows what's best for

Azziz knows what's best for the taxpayers! If he feels like wasting millions of dollars on a new name and signage he can! How dare the taxpayers in the state of GA question his logic and intelligence!

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seenitB4 01/13/12 - 05:40 pm
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Funny Rick...you need a name

Funny Rick...you need a name with a ring to it..

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