This is a reminder of an issue that has come up before - around the last US election: Are political comments a problem?
If your comment is little more than tribal markings to indicate the US political party you belong to, please don't post it. It will save the effort of another user flagging it, and a bored moderator having to delete it.
This is proving to be a problem recently with both pro- and anti-Trump comments.
Comments are not intended for you to:
- signal to others what your politics are.
- convince others on how to vote.
- vent about whatever political issue is bugging you.
You are welcome to put your political affiliations in your profile if you think anyone cares. You are welcome to have a whin[g]e on Skeptics.SE chat, if you think it will help you feel better.
If you can see that an answer has a political bias that disagrees with your own (or even, if you are mature enough, a political bias that agrees with your own), and you are dying to leave a comment about what idiots the other side of politics are - STOP! You can be a lot more help to Skeptics.SE, to your political point of view, and to political discourse in general if you use your special perspective to post another answer, or to make a polite, direct comment about where a mistake or hidden assumption is being made.
Who knows? Your answer might get more votes, might get accepted, might help people recognise their blindspots and might convince others that the evidence shows that they are wrong and you are right. Okay, perhaps it is a long-shot for some people, but it has a far better chance than simply staking your ground as a member of a political party and/or which side you think are the bigger dolts.
If you see comments that are not constructive in helping explain or solve the question, please continue to flag them - comments on posts can be added without anyone else being informed, so no-one may have noticed before you.