If you're sick of all the gushing and fawning supposedly impartial American journalists are disgracefully including in reports about the President and First Lady's trip to the G20 summit, a column by the British Daily Mail's Quentin Letts is an absolute must-read.
As a tease:
Allegedly the most charismatic politician in the world, Mr Obama was a disappointment.
That was just for starters:
It sounded as though he had a blocked nose and so his lack of energy may have been a symptom of a cold. Jet lag, too. He probably wished he could have stayed in bed. [...]
He spoke slowly, in a meandering manner. Some might say that he was thoughtful and professorial. Others might call his manner circuitous, even yarny.
Am I saying that he was a bore? Oh dear. I find that I possibly am.
Wouldn't it be nice to have some British journalists here? You know, folks that only treat ROYALTY as royalty?
I'm just saying.