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As you’ve deflected into ancestry, you still haven’t addressed her opposition to just about every policy you’ve voted for in the last 14 years.
homeagain wrote: I presented her ethnicity BECAUSE OF THE DEBACLE OF IMMIGRATION....FIX THE DAMN SYSTEM TO
ELIMINATE THE BACK LOG (EXTENSIVE) AND ALLOW THESE PEOPLE ASYLUM.....THAT IS WHAT AMERICA STANDS FOR......MY ANCESTRY COMES FROM AUSTRIA/GERMANY/ROMANIA....HITLER WIPED OUT A WHOLE GENERATION OF MY EARLIER RELATIVES,......WE ARE ALL FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.....U CAN'T "NIMBY' (CLIMATE CHANGE AND CORRUPT /CRUEL GOVERNMENT WILL NOT CEASE)
Following the technical debacle that was Ron DeSantis’s campaign launch on Twitter Spaces, surely even Elon Musk die-hards must admit: The Tesla boss took over the platform from censorious technocrats and has turned it into something barely usable. Robust online discourse—once thwarted by Twitter’s liberal managerial class—has now fallen victim to something else: mismanagement and gimmicky profiteering.
Ad revenue is down, with one forecaster predicting a nearly 30 percent decline for 2023, compared to last year.
A more straightforward explanation is that Musk’s Twitter simply functions badly, after his constant tweaking of the algorithm and janky monetization efforts.
The “tech” half of Musk’s technocracy is broken. It turns out that all those middle managers and administrators were doing something that made the old Twitter—politically censorious and in collusion with the FBI though it was—function relatively decently when it came to the fundamentals. There is a painful lesson here for conservatives who make an enemy of administration as such, whether in government or in the private economy.
FredHayek wrote: I spend a lot of time on Twitter and really don't think it has changed all that much since the Musk takeover. It has never made money. Elon claims he has it going in the right direction after laying off underutilized employees. With a big election coming up, expect more Twitter use but advertising sales might stay down because of fears of a coming recession.