1. Charles Krauthammer, as exemplified by his take on Obama's early holiday gift giving. Recipients included are 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed, four of his co-conspirators, and murderous anti-American terrorists worldwide. As Jay Nordlinger's National Review piece on Krauthammer explains, no one does it better than Charles. Unless it's...
2. Mark Steyn, whose latest manages hits on Obama's "cringe-making" bows, his self-referential, self-reverential speechifying, his insanely irresponsible fiscal policy, the KSM trial fiasco and his disdain for America's closest allies. (Steyn cites the cover of The London Spectator, above, with its depiction of an empty-suited president). Then, of course there's...
3. Jonah Goldberg, notable Obamaphobe, who this time defers to his colleagues on Obama but instead has some fun with sufferers of Palin Derangement Syndrome. It's hard to believe but apparently PDS is a more serious affliction than BDS.
Nordlinger on Krauthammer
Also, Steyn (on NRO's blog site) suggests that for a look into our nightmarish Obamacare-laden future, watch (or watch again) the Canadian film "The Barbarian Invasions". The Canadian Steyn, who has a friend in the movie, notes that "...(director) M. Arquand is a Québécois leftie of impeccable credentials, and the movie even has a cheap Bush joke, so your liberal pals won't be able to dismiss it as redneck scaremongering."