So there’s this Counterpoint site where, being
fair and* balanced, they present first-run editorial cartoons, in equal measure, from the left side and from the right side of politics. For example here’s the recent cartoon by Scott Stantis, one of their conservative cartoonists:
It is fair to say Scott is not enamored with the Republican choice for President.
A look at Scott’s editorial cartoons, or even his Prickly City comic strip, solidifies the notion that Stantis remains conservative but not a Trump fan.
Like I said, for every conservative cartoon Counterpoint has a liberal point of view (not necessarily on the same topic, though in this example…). In this case it is Ted Rall representing the Left:
To say Ted is “not enamored” of the Democratic candidate for President is to put it very mildly.
Checking on Ted’s cartoons or his columns show a complete distaste for Biden.
As Scott Stantis says in his commentary (each Counterpoint cartoon comes with a short narrative by the cartoonist), “In what many will see as a sure sign of the apocalypse, Ted Rall and I agree on something: Both of our parties’ candidates for president suck.”
It truly is a mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up world.
Well … ‘cept for Lola.
*using “fair” and “editorial cartoons” in the same sentence seemed oxymoronic