The man with no nation
Unlike Moses, the original "stranger in a strange land", who was rooted in God and his people, though physically tossed about, Obama reminds me of the character of Lt. Francis Farewell in Shaka Zulu - a chameleon perpetually on the make, who compulsively deceives everyone in his quest for self-advancement. At the end of the story, Farewell finally must face the rejection of Shaka and the devastating summary of his own empty character: "You are a man with no nation." America has now discovered that they were like the monkey in the story, baited with "something shiny" - Hope and Change - they put their hand in the gourd, and are suddenly trapped.
A pity this clip ends just there. They don't give the answer to the question. Farewell asks, "Go? Where? Where shall I go?" and Shaka answers "Where I have been" - into the howling hell and wilderness of despair.