At a Citizen of the West banquet in Colorado, the following occurred.
William R. Farr was pretending to read telegrams congratulating this year's award recipient, University of Colorado President Hank Brown, when he pulled out a piece of paper and said, "I have a telegram from the White House."
Then he added, "They're going to have to change the name of that building if Obama's elected."
What does it say about this guy that he thought this was ok? This wasn't an off the cuff comment. He had prepared remarks. He actually thought this would play for this crowd. That tells me that it does play in his circle of friends. If he had made that remark on his back porch it would have been well received. I'm even willing to bet that some of the crowd at the Adam's Mark that night would have laughed if they weren't in public.
Racism is never funny.