Fundamentally Rooted in the American Experience
My family has been fundamentally rooted in the American Experience since we arrived in a rickety old ship called The Beaver in 1664 landing at a place called New Amsterdam. So we have been fundamentally rooted in the American experience long before it was even called the American experience.
In fact you could say you should thank us for their even being an American experience. As we migrated south we helped found towns like Morristown Trenton Reading and on south. These towns still have streets that bear our name.
And when those uppity damn Brits started causing trouble we were right there to help put a boot in their ass. At places like Valley Forge and Trenton and Monmouth and Brandywine.
I can name every ancestor who bore my name waaaaaaay back to Prince William of Burgundy (got a bit of Huegenot in us we do). I'd do it here if it weren't for those Damn Crazy Jihadis always trying to figure out who we are so they can drop in for coffee and donuts unannounced. How far back can you name yours? Oh, that's right, no one is really sure what your last name is and there seems to be some nagging lingering questions in certain circles about your patrilineage.
So please, sir, stop with the race baiting patronizing. Don't force me to point out that, were it not for the egregious moralistic shortcomings of my ancestors in the late 17th Century who aided & abetted in the forced African Immigration to this continent, there would not have been a "unique African American culture that has existed in North America for hundreds of years long before we actually founded the nation."
Dear Leader Blesses Us With Lessons On Race: "African Americans Are More Fundamentally Rooted in the American Experience"
Obama speaks on the African-American experience in the United States:
"That’s part of the African American experience. You are, in some ways,
connected to this distant land, but on the other end, you’re about as American
as it gets, In some ways, African Americans are more fundamentally rooted in the
American experience because they don’t have a recent immigrant experience to
draw on. It’s that unique African American culture that has existed in North
America for hundreds of years long before we actually founded the nation."
This sounds like more of his Far Left blubbering.
Lots of noise and no substance.