Azziz, Obama are similar

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Georgia Health Sciences University President Ricardo Azziz and President Obama have much in common. They must have their way. They appear to have been spoiled brats in their upbringing.

Obama has failed as a so-called leader in the past three years, and the United States is being destroyed by his leadership and the thugs who help him.

Azziz also is a poor leader – always wanting his way and not listening to the multitudes of people who wanted “Augusta” in the name change that refers to Augusta State University and GHSU as Georgia Regents University.

Azziz is too proud to admit he made a big mistake in the name change that he insisted on. Azziz needs to resign in disgrace, and the leadership of the medical establishment needs to hire a leader who will listen to the people.

We also need to be registered and vote in November to put Obama on unemployment.

Richard L. Gfeller

Trenton, S.C.

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Street smart
Street smart 08/25/12 - 08:55 am
We must vote Gov. Nathan Deal

We must vote Gov. Nathan Deal out of office he appointed this Azziz clown to head the Medical State University.

cparker 08/25/12 - 07:24 pm
Being like Obama can't be all

Being like Obama can't be all bad. Mr. Azziz could at last say he was the top lawyer in his class. I am not totally sure why so many Conservatives on this site hate Obama only to accept the hypocrisy within their own ranks. Republican Ben Harbin lied about his DUI, only to plead guilty to a lesser charge and still receive 78% of the votes following his large tale. Republican Steve Foley asked to have sex with underaged teen pagers in the Congress. Then Republican Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert delayed the resignation of Steve Foley in a effort to maintain Republican control of the House. Republican Governor Nathan Deal resigned congress rather than face an ethics committee. Nevertheless, Conservatives became quite understanding during the election. I can go on and on with countless documented instances of Conservative hypocrisy. It never seems to amaze me the depths of immoral and hypocrisy of Conservatives on this site. President Obama and Mr. Azziz are not perfect. But if either of them were cited for DUI, or attempted to have sex with underaged boys while at work, and pressured to resign for unethical behavior while in office neither would serve the positions they serve in today. I believe Democrats must do a better job of exposing Conservatives in Augusta for the hypocrits that they are.

noway 08/26/12 - 12:06 pm
You are right!

Azziz and Obama are alike! They both have great vision and they want change for the better, but they both make mistakes. Azziz is a great leader - he gets things done, that's for sure. We just don't agree with everything, although I agree with many of the great changes he's made. It's just the most important one he flubbed (the name). I'm so glad you noticed that both Azziz and Obama are great leaders!! They get things done and want things better than when they started.

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