"Everyone is biased. If we try to tell them that they can't allow "false" things in ads, then (as hard as they may try not to) they will filter what is "true" and "false" through their biases."
Sure sounds like you're saying there's no such thing as objective truth.
"Your problem is you think by having facebook censor their ads it will somehow make conservatives less gullible to lies."
I don't really think that. I think the solution to this issue is public campaign finance. A large number of people don't seem to think the Constitution can permit that, though, including all the GOP appointees to the Supreme Court, with the whole "spending money to purchase slots for political ads on TV and other media outlets equals free speech" thing.
"You are trying to fight a hydra by cutting off a head at a time. It will do nothing except for waste your effort and energy and distract from the underlying problem"
I think the underlying problem is baked in at this point, see above.
"We are in a capitalistic society. And that society is driven by profits. Deal with it."
Deal with it how? This is exactly why our political system is broken. Because in a capitalistic society, the winner is the one with the most money. And, as you must have noticed by now, the rich keep winning mroe and more in America, while everyone else keeps winning less and less, and some are actually losing.
I get what you're saying: The game is rigged, but it's the only game in town. Well, that sort of anger at the Democrat's rigged game against Bernie is supposedly one of the reasons Trump won. So, we did deal with it, and I don't think you like the outcome.