The conservative Republican commentator responds to the controversial 2007 video of then-U.S. Senator Barack Obama's speech at Hampton University: "But the question for all Americans after viewing the video is whether it befits our nation to have a commander-in-chief who engages in naked racial appeals; who adopts a markedly different tone and persona depending on the racial composition of the audience; and who freely traffics in falsehoods that foster racial resentment? Although pandering may be second nature for most politicians, the sheer fraudulence on display in the 2007 video should be astonishing even for the more cynical members of the political class. Yet perhaps surpassing even the fraudulence on display in the video is the condescension inherent in Obama’s presentation. Speaking to a black audience, the future leader of the free world engages in the type of demagoguery generally used only by speakers who believe their audiences are too ignorant to realize they’re being sold a load of (to be technical) bull. Obama, nonetheless, had no problem flinging the bull. First black president. Been there, done that. Time to move on."