I am going to invite you to have a short chat on this caricature. As long as it is the time of hot air in United States and they are getting close to the presidential elections, both Republican and Democrat nominees have some controversial debates regarding prevalence issues in American society like economical problems, unemployment and poverty people suffer in daily life.
By the way like any other campaign in all over the world, U.S. nominees discuss what they have done and what not have done and what they are going to do in future.
Let's go through the picture. Apparently it implies the Republicans' slogan "hope" on billboard which hint to a new future for Americans but it seems that the slogan has not been welcomed by people and the Republican nominee complaints because they are not in power nobody notices of what they have done so they are at margin.
However, some U.S. people may deeply consider it from another angle. In fact billboard is the place of exaggeration, it points to unrealistic issues. The word "HOPE" reminds U.S. people the word "CHANGE" by president Obama which brought about nothing. And these two figures as American policymaker with the same scheme wonder why the slogan cannot attract the people's attention and confidence.
What is your opinion?