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" The special election in Georgia's Sixth congressional district just set an unpleasant new political document: It's the most expensive UNITED STATE Home election in American history. More than $80 million has been invested already by Democrat Jon Ossoff, Republican politician Karen Handel, as well as an explosion of special single-interest group as well as Super PACs from all sides.

Politicians could buy a lot of unfavorable ads for $80 million. One Atlanta station had so much demand that they cancelled syndicated programs as well as broadened regional newscasts so they might sell more time to the candidates and other operatives. Atlanta is the city that birthed CNN; currently the political information is poisonous, all the time– as well as there's still almost four weeks to precede the runoff election.

It's been a similar story in Kansas and Montana, where Republicans won two costly special political elections previously this springtime, as well as South Carolina, where voters in the 5th legislative area will certainly soon head to the surveys for the third time since May Second to replace Mick Mulvaney.

There's no reason that our political elections need to cost a lot– as well as be fueled by so many deep-pocketed special rate of interests. Yet while candidates remain to put forth platitudes concerning restricting the impact of Huge Loan each political election cycle, citizens are still looking for concrete methods to lower the quantity of loan in our political procedure and strengthen the power of their vote." *.

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  1. Posted by The Hidden Socialist, at Reply

    Money is free speech. Some have more free speech than others…

    • Posted by Cisco Blue, at Reply

      Ned Flanders i like how you never gave proof

    • Posted by The Deep North, at Reply

      Nathan Baker Yes, that one and the “alex jones” user both post exactly the same comment word for word in many threads. I encourage people to NOT reply to them and instead report those a spam to the YouTube admins. Those “poll” numbers are of course, totally preposterous and blatantly false.

    • Posted by Cadmus, at Reply

      The Hidden Socialist Money is corruption and that is the currency of politicians.

  2. Posted by Nathan Baker, at Reply

    Ossoff will win.

    • Posted by Stephen Colbert, at Reply

      Anyone can check my ip and know I am an American.
      You on the other hand are a government disinfo troll.

    • Posted by ryan francis, at Reply


    • Posted by Redneck Gamer, at Reply

      is your cap lock broken or u think doing so makes u sound smarter because it just makes it easier to see retardation….#justsaying

  3. Posted by andrewkiwi100, at Reply

    American political ads are so extra, it’s hard to take them seriously

    • Posted by Blob Loblaw, at Reply

      Seriously, I was shocked by how crazy that ad was. Felt like something out of a dystopian movie. It felt like a two-minutes of hate segment from 1984. Is that how all political ads are in the US? I know American politics is nuts, but I had no idea it was this nuts. Do people not see this for the propaganda it is?

    • Posted by Jarnauga, at Reply

      That Ad really feels like oldschool propaganda from all sides of the second World War. I mean come on, at least don’t make the propaganda blatantly obvious, holy crap. That there are actually people who take this seriously is just terrifying.

  4. Posted by TheHunkIsSprunk, at Reply

    How is Iran the top state sponsor of terror?

    That title belongs to Saudi Arabia, an ally of America.

    The propaganda in American politics today is killing the soul of the country.

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      TheHunkIsSprunk In regards to America, that top spot actually goes to America as domestic terrorism is a huge issue in the U.S far more than foreign terrorism

    • Posted by Carl Chomsky, at Reply

      TheHunkIsSprunk US military industrial complex is the biggest terrorist organization in the world.

    • Posted by Alex Cuellar, at Reply

      TheHunkIsSprunk blame the voterd for being too stupid.

      they cited the fucken Daily Caller lol

  5. Posted by Diana Prince, at Reply

    Come on My dear crazy state, let’s progress just a little bit.

    • Posted by Jedd Jong, at Reply

      Diana Prince Themyscira?

    • Posted by Diana Prince, at Reply

      Jedd Jong I’m her southern twin. Got thrown out cause I made too many butt jokes…

  6. Posted by james magana, at Reply

    I’m so early ._.
    the trolls are still here haha

    • Posted by Mo'Sha Carter, at Reply

      james magana not a troll, but it literally just came out. You’re like first in line, camping outside the front door.

  7. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    politician + millions of dollars in donations = corruption and political prostitution?

    • Posted by takethegate, at Reply

      quaxk that time he felt blowing his brains out after he found out Trump praised Israel.

    • Posted by Gypsy Perry, at Reply

      Jamie Cox “keyboard warrior” that’s great…so funny how people talk behind a computer yet I almost never encounter it in person.

    • Posted by Alex Jones, at Reply

      Over 70 percent of Americans are for the Muslim ban.
      That means a substantial amount of liberals and independents also hate Muslims.

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +Gypsy Perry people should never bring family into the frey of a debate! It’s wrong, disrespectful and cowardly!

  8. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    Iran isn’t one of the world’s leading exporters of terrorism lol. That would be our allies and Trump’s puppet masters the Wahhabi Sulafi gulf states.

    • Posted by Josh K, at Reply

      They be selling rocket launchers out of the flea markets there

    • Posted by OTBWY, at Reply

      I suggest you read up on the Lebanese civil war. Hezbollah is a group of veteran killers.

    • Posted by Chris Hakala, at Reply

      Iran is also a form of Democracy, unlike Saudi Arabia.
      My mistake for missing the Houthis and Hezbollah, although there is a distinction between the Hezbollah politicians and the militants; and neither of those groups is as violent as Al-Qaeda and ISIS.

  9. Posted by dudekool 888, at Reply

    Republicans put ISIS and Iran together,,,,bunch of misleading liars, Iran is the country fighting against ISIS in Syria

    • Posted by Farsi, at Reply

      dudekool 888 true theyre mostly Shia

    • Posted by RJJacob101, at Reply

      Yep, the problem is the Saudis. They attacked us on 9/11, they created Daesh and are spreading Wahbism throughout the world. They should be destroyed.

  10. Posted by Michael Ray, at Reply

    It’s amazing how Conservatives can blatantly lie to Conservatives, secure in the knowledge that they will believe every word.

    • Posted by playgrrrr, at Reply

      +Michael Ray No different from Dems, 50% of which believe Russia changed vote counts… That’s what happens if media and the political system are allowed to turn into such abscesses.

    • Posted by Redneck Gamer, at Reply

      70% of American’s want a Muslim ban? That is interesting. Source so I can read it?

    • Posted by Michael Ray, at Reply

      +playgrrrr No, 50% of Dems believe no such thing. YOU are what happens when stoopid people try to be political.

    • Posted by playgrrrr, at Reply

      +Michael Ray Direct that criticism to Kyle Kulinski of SecularTalk then, not to me. He did numerous videos on this, one months ago and one very recent. I think the recent one is titled *POLL: Certain Conspíracy Theories Are Now Mainstream* and is 6 days old. Check it out. That’s all according to a YouGov poll.

  11. Posted by MaGarthur, at Reply

    Now THIS is a panel I could watch every Friday. Old school TYT. No idiot conspiracy theorist comics.

    • Posted by Dumdumdumdum Dum, at Reply

      lol Yes

    • Posted by Aaron Humphreys, at Reply

      For the most part Cenk doesn’t have the integrity that Jimmy does. Jimmy talked about the Seth Rich nonsense, but Cenk told us all to vote for Clinton.

      Not even close.

    • Posted by Sierra Jones, at Reply

      Aaron, you either are clueless or didn’t watch Cenk for very long before the election. I’m guessing both. Cenk does NOT like Hillary and never did. He was VERY Pro-Bernie, but when it came down to Trump vs Hillary, yes it was the only sane way to go. I don’t know how many times this needs to be explained to you confused morons. Cenk is one of the best. I am a huge fan of Rachel Maddow but I was really disappointed when she was SO obviously pushing the Hillary/DNC agenda. And made my criticisms known to her on Twitter, so this is not me being biased. Cenk is the real deal. A hold-your-nose vote for Hillary was really the only sane option.

    • Posted by IizUname, at Reply

      I think it’s suspicious that your account was made last September and shows no activity or subscriptions.

  12. Posted by Karla Martinez, at Reply

    I live in Ga and I hope Ossoff wins 😩💛🌈

    • Posted by ryan francis, at Reply


    • Posted by TheXps3fanx, at Reply

      Karla Martinez I live in GA as well and hopes he win. The radio ads against him they’re funny to me.

    • Posted by Edna Quiroga, at Reply

      Go vote girl!! Make it happen! Push your friends too and famiy! Gotta get him in there!! ✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼

    • Posted by ZCorp Alpha, at Reply

      Karla Martinez Only people who live in the sixth district can vote, just saying. Republican got this

  13. Posted by Katelyn Smith, at Reply

    I live in this district and let me tell you, you didn’t show NEARLY the most embarrassing ad.

    • Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

      Katelyn Smith i would not be surprised.

    • Posted by kool2btrue, at Reply


    • Posted by Justin Time, at Reply

      if you could find a link that would be amazing. I want to see it 😀

  14. Posted by Crotchet, at Reply

    That add was hilarious! Do voters really believe this crap!?

    • Posted by Pablo Cruise, at Reply

      Crotchet — ads like this, yes!!!!

    • Posted by Jarnauga, at Reply

      Its almost like oldschool propaganda from the Times of the second World War. Hilarious, but terrifying that it acctually works with some people.

    • Posted by TheFireflyGrave, at Reply

      It’s not what they believe; it’s what they feel.

    • Posted by Chris Rickard, at Reply

      As a Georgian, I can say that most Georgians are VERY conservative. So yes, they do believe a lot of this bullshit.

  15. Posted by Smileyrie James, at Reply

    Wtf???? That’s not just propaganda, that ad is pure insanity. Surely people aren’t dumb enough to fall for that kind of crap?

    • Posted by Juenes Carter, at Reply

      Smileyrie James
      in Georgia…absolutely. i live here

  16. Posted by James Russell, at Reply

    That type of misinformed ad is effective on dumbasses. If someone has a small amount of cognitive reasoning, they’d ask “What?” and look it up. The dumbasses would say “Yeah, git ’em”.

    • Posted by IizUname, at Reply

      People would look it up and twist their evidence in favor of their hateful beliefs.

  17. Posted by Valtteri Nieminen, at Reply

    A couple things about the bots spamming “70% want Muslim ban”… They know they’re lying, what do they think they’re achieving by saying this? Secondly, don’t tell us what the majority of us want. Liberals know damn well what liberals want, and a Muslim ban is definitely not what they want.

    • Posted by Aaron Humphreys, at Reply

      Their entire purpose is to obfuscate. They are intending to sow doubt among people who aren’t firm in their resolve.

      That’s always been the conservative method.

  18. Posted by apostate001, at Reply

    The GOP ads work on old white ignorant cowards. But it is interesting to see how effective they are on those under 40.

    • Posted by Aldous James, at Reply

      on old white ignorant cowards have young white ignorant kids -cool avatar btw

  19. Posted by Cadmus, at Reply

    so is this………