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Bernie Sanders Won't Accept Money From Billionaires. Donald Trump Donated $100,000 to Hillary Clinton submitted by ideasware to news

usableclown 1 points 20 points (+21|-1) ago

Both sides are missing the point here. Super PACs cannot donate directly to candidates. They may only make uncoordinated expenditures to advocate for or against candidates.

Bernie can speak out against super PACs all he wants, but that doesn't do anything to prevent someone from starting a pro-Bernie super PAC since super PACs are supposed to be independent from the candidates and their campaigns anyway. In my opinion, many of Bernie's statements regarding campaign finance are meaningless and designed to take advantage of voters who don't know about the subject. People are generally against money having too much influence in politics, but they're unaware of the specifics and mechanics of how money is actually used to influence politics. It sounds good to say that a candidate won't take money from super PACs, but it's meaningless since candidates can neither accept donations from nor coordinate with super PACs.

....That CEO? submitted by Ruffles to MeanwhileOnReddit

usableclown 2 points 13 points (+15|-2) ago

Eh the new guy is worse in my opinion. Pao made some unpopular decisions, but none of them really ever affected me. Steve, on the other hand, has shown that he wants to actively move Reddit away from being an online hub of free speech.

Greatest Movie Character of all time? submitted by Ripper to AskVoat

usableclown 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

Heath Ledger's Joker. He's erratic, disturbed, and, quite honestly, pretty funny. He was an amazing character brought to life by incredible acting.

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deleted by user submitted by aspokad to news

usableclown 5 points -4 points (+1|-5) ago

Can confirm: I wanted to downvoat him and couldn't

Fake racist and anti-women trolls are here! Read for more info. submitted by deleted to news

usableclown 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Do you have any evidence that it's organized trolling? And what's textbook about it? I mean, some subreddits, like coontown, have made organized plans to make the move to voat if reddit bans them, but these people aren't trolls any more than the original coontown subreddit was trolls.

There are actual racists and women-haters moving to voat. Maybe they're a small minority among hordes of trolls, but there definitely are some genuinely hateful people coming here.

Online cheating site hacked. Hackers threaten to reveal full details of all site users unless site is permanently taken offline. submitted by setitimer to technology

usableclown 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago

I honestly hope it all gets released. It only affects the guilty. It's perfectly fine to be on that site if a person and their SO agree that seeking sex outside the relationship is acceptable. For the people who were on there with the knowledge and consent of their SO, being revealed is fine. They did nothing to betray the trust of their partner. Those who used the site to cheat and subvert their partner's trust get what's coming to them.

And fuck for having a business model that profits from the kind of betrayal that ruins marriages, relationships, and families. They absolutely have the legal right to do what they do, and the hackers have no right to pull this kind of illegal shit, but I don't care. The company is disgusting and this is karma.