Looks like the RDR cartoonist is a Ted Cruz advocate. I could be wrong, but it appears like Keith Bell’s drawing of a car motoring down a bumpy road maintaining its traction will win out against Trump’s juggler on a unicycle which is a distraction to the voters.
So the difference between The Donald and the champion Princeton rhetoritician is the dis in the terms traction and distraction.
Cruz took a lot of heat for, what many perceived, a ridiculously long congressional Filibuster standing opposed to ObamaCare. I was so opposed to the ACA that I did not care what tactics or strategy was employed to quash its enactment.
The irony of of the Cruz Filibuster was that the Texas senator was a legendary debater steeped in oratorical training and expertise, but chose to ramble on disparate random topics including lyrics from a song by country music star Toby Keith, quotes from the popular reality television show “Duck Dynasty” , recollections of how his father used to make green eggs and ham for breakfast, and a recent speech by actor Ashton Kutcher at an awards show. I believe he also read bedtime stories to his daughters who he knew were watching on the idiot tube.
I don’t believe that Presidential contender Trump is complete fluff as Keith seems to suggest. Trump is not accepting ANY donations to his campaign as far as I know which appeals to a huge number of Americans. He will not be beholden to major corporations or special interests as he bragged many politicians were to him for his enormous campaign contributions. I do believe Trump would be too much of a loose cannon in international affairs and could get us into a war much quicker than the other contenders.