Comment: But that's exactly why they're unlikely to be corrupted

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But that's exactly why they're unlikely to be corrupted

Because they don't count toward anything, there is no point in corrupting Facebook like counts.

Thus, they're a reasonably good indicator.

I predict the winner of each party's nomination will be first or second in Facebook like counts among all respective party nomination contenders.


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