Question of the day
Our last question asked: Depending on whether you're reading it in English or Spanish, Sen. John McCain's campaign web site portrays his stance on what issue differently? That would be immigration, of course: "McCain’s English-language site puts a heavy emphasis on the Arizona lawmaker’s stance on border security and his history of working to 'reform our broken immigration system,' while the Spanish-language site focuses on McCain’s bipartisan 'work on a humane migratory reform that is sensitive to the needs of the immigrant community.'"
Congrats to Craig Pittman (pictured here) with the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to these fantastic folks for also answering correctly: Stefanie Schwalb (who adds the hashtag #translatetoyouradvantage), VP_Divya (who theorizes McCain is "Trying to be all things to different groups of people... #Dodgy or #Genius?"), Dan Rosenbaum (who jokingly theorizes this happened because "no one's paying attention to that this issue this year"), Ron Casalotti (who muses "I guess 'John/Juan' wants to play both sides of the fence... err.. wall"), Lucia A. Walinchus (who calls it "Muy brillante realidad"), Jake Wengroff, Melissa Neumann (who snarks "And no one's bilingual, right?"), Mark Gibbs (who accuses McCain of "still flip-flopping after all these years") and Maurizio Morabito (who points out "let's face it, inmigración sounds much better in Spanish...").
As for today's question, here it is: According to Bloomberg News, at the worst possible time the Caribbean is running out of what?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!