Saturday, November 10, 2012

Celebrity News: Usher irritates Atlanta voters after moving ahead of them in line on Election Day: Black women, do you see the favoritism Usher gets?

Usher was allowed to move pass Atlanta voters waiting in a long line on election day.   This sort of favoritism would make anyone angry, but now they see what Tameka had to go through.   No one says a thing until they are treated less special than a celebrity.   We bet some of these voters liked Usher at first and possibly took sides with him during the custody battle.  

Sisters, people are still complaining about racism, but have you ever thought about how unfair it is for black celebrities to be treated as though they are above everyone else, including their won race?  If you think about it, preferential treatment based on a person's status on income is the same is racial discrimination, because it is inequality.   Usher should have never been able to move up ahead of everyone else just because he is a celebrity.  He came into the world like everyone else and he will die like everybody else and the same goes for all of the other black and white celebrities.  Mny of these celebrities should humble themselves and acknowledge they were created from dirt and should not receive any favoritism for any reason.  Why not drop the spirit of pride, because Usher cannot move ahead of line into the Kingdom of heaven, for Isaiah 2:11 says, The eyes of the arrogant man will be humbled and the pride of men brought low; the LORD alone will be exalted in that day.'  

In the meantime, we will keep Usher in our prayers and sincerely hope he thinks about how he allegedly offended these voters on election day.

Usher angers voters after being allowed to bypass long lines and cast his ballot on Election Day

OSWELL, Ga. -- Election officials in the Atlanta area are defending their decision to allow singer Usher to bypass long lines and cast his ballot on Election Day, infuriating voters who had to wait.

Fulton County election officials tell WSB-TV that Usher Raymond IV was escorted to the front of the line to minimize distractions at his Roswell polling place. They said in a statement that poll manager Frank Padula was directed to move...Read full article, here.

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