I usually don't encourage open mocking of anybody, but I kind of figure if you make public statements about how the rest of the science fiction/fantasy community is driving away readers with their cynical, one-dimensional moral decrepitude, you've sort of earned it.
Enter Sandstorm Reviews' Terry Goodkind Parodies.
They provide a helpful summary of some events in the sword of truth series and links to relevant quotes, as well as Goodkindian send-ups of other famous fantasy works.
For what it's worth, I don't actually have anything seriously against Mr. Goodkind or people who enjoy his works. I've had a lot of friends who loved them. I ended up putting them down pretty quickly. They weren't my cup of tea- I felt like I was being handed down interpretations of characters (eg. wise and surprisingly a wizard, or charismatic secretly evil demagogue) that didn't at all line up with my observations of them, and I found it off-putting. But they're best sellers with a lot of dedicated fans, so your mileage may vary.