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[–] sergeantslate 1 points 29 points (+30|-1) ago 

Reddit has become a stagnant echo chamber and it shows. The site was great *because * of controversial view points, not in spite of them.

The site is still nice for on the surface entertainment, but as soon as you want something deeper or more meaningful it is hidden between advertising interests and "safe spaces ". Its a buzzfeed shadow of its former glory.


[–] Shagoosty 3 points 5 points (+8|-3) ago 

I'd agree if liberal opinions weren't automatically downvoted in mass.


[–] Foobarbaz 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Depends on the time of day. Same with Voat.

One day everyone is left leaning the next right. Neither of which allow for reasonable arguments.

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[–] intrepiddemise 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

in mass

I think you mean "en masse." And "liberal opinions" can be very popular here on Voat; it really depends upon the individual issue (and your definition of "liberal"). If you're referring to the American version of the word "liberal," Voat can sometimes be very left-of-center. For instance, religious conservatism isn't too popular on Voat, nor is capitalism in general.


[–] Loumedia 4 points -2 points (+2|-4) ago 

Firm believers that the ACA is a mess because of not Obama. Hilarious.