This addresses all the new users out there:
Every day here I see new users commenting in the answer section and saying things like
I don't have the rep to comment but....
It seems redundant that this should even have to be brought up but these user KNOW they should not do this, hence the disclaimers in there posts, but do it anyway and when offered an explanation of why they should not do this, there response is often hostile.
I get it, you want to help but all you are doing is creating work for other users who must review the post and the mods who must remove them, with the end result of the post getting removed anyway.
All you need to comment is 50 rep, try to earn it. A couple of well written questions will get you the rep you need or 25 good edits.
There are reasons this limitation exists on new users and we were all there once, here are some posts explaining why the limitation exists
Why do I need 50 reputation to comment? What can I do instead?
Why are you only allowed to comment with 50 rep?
All I wish to achieve with this post is that a few users will think before they comment in the answer section. I know some of you will think this matter is trivial but I think as you spend time here you will begin to understand.
If you think new users should be able to comment, please give your reasons or if you have a suggestion to help new users get information across, please do leave an answer.
Here are some posts to help you find ways to earn that first 50 rep
How can I increase my reputation on Ask Ubuntu?
Six simple tips to get reputation fast on any Stack Exchange site
hot meta postsin the side bar and if just one or two users do see it, read it and think "OK I should not do that", then I would consider this post successful. This is the best I can do to combat this sort of thing with the tools at my disposal.