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8 comments to “Usher Rocks The Vote Voting Booth, Much To Atlanta's Dismay!”

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    The taking pictures thing aside, it was probably a good security measure that they just let him go through. I'm not saying that's what was intended but with how many people that were already waiting in line and the amount of people that were probably going to show up, especially the newly 18 year old voters, Usher's long term presence probably would have started too much of a commotion.

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    It wasn't a concert, it was an election. Anyone old enough to vote should have been able to contain themselves and act appropriately and not cause a commotion. Usher should have stood in line like everyone else and certainly should not be taking photos. The poll workers at the precinct should never be allowed to work in an election again for allowing this to happen.

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    i really don't think it's a big deal, do you honestly think he was the only celeb to be put through the line? i mean come on, with all going on in the world people are complaining about this? it likely was for security reasons, did you ever stop and think the venue wanted him in and out as not to cause a stir? come on people, stop being so childish.

  4. Rosetta says – reply to this


    If the pope had decided to vote, do you think he'll stand on line with his big robe, the cross and his holy water. People would be so distracted by usher being on line , it was the best decision made for everyone involved in that situation. Make way for the King

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    That's just not right, even tho I enjoy his stuff. He should have insisted on waiting himself, imo. Commotion, schimmotion.

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    Re: hotcanadiantaco – He was probably the only celebrity in Roswell, Georgia voting in that precinct. Everyone else was waiting 90 minutes to vote. Most adults in their 30's and up would not have probably even noticed him and if so, so what. He did this same thing in another part of Atlanta by parking in a handicap spot in a heavy traffic area and had to move because "regular people" were so outraged at his sense of self-entitlement.

  7. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Vote absentee ballot, only way to go, no waiting in line.
    When I did vote in person I only waited 5-10 minutes max, no way I would wait 90 minutes.

  8. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: teeter totter – You live and you learn.