I love how President Obama tell gays he will give them marriage, tell immigrants he will give them citizenship, tell Sandy Hook parents he will give them gun control and then he tells the Black men of Morehouse college no one is going to give them nothing and nobody cares either. That’s our Black President Obama and that’s who we voted for! Remember, he is not the president of Black America, he is the president of all of America except Black America. We know that too many young men in our community continue to make bad choices. And I have to say, growing up, I made quite a few myself. Sometimes I wrote off my own failings as just another example of the world trying to keep a black man down. I had a tendency sometimes to make excuses for me not doing the right thing. But one of the things that all of you have learned over the last four years is there’s no longer any room for excuses. (Applause.) I understand there’s a common fraternity creed here at Morehouse: “Excuses are tools of the incompetent used to build bridges to nowhere and monuments of nothingness.” Well, we’ve got no time for excuses. Not because the bitter legacy of slavery and segregation have vanished entirely; they have not. Not because racism and discrimination no longer exist; we know those are still out there. It’s just that in today’s hyperconnected, hypercompetitive world, with millions of young people from China and India and Brazil -- many of whom started with a whole lot less than all of you did -- all of them entering the global workforce alongside you, nobody is going to give you anything that you have not earned. (Applause.) Nobody cares how tough your upbringing was. Nobody cares if you suffered some discrimination.... Then we have Michelle Obama make the following comments: But today, more than 150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, more than 50 years after the end of “separate but equal,” when it comes to getting an education, too many of our young people just can’t be bothered. Today, instead of walking miles every day to school, they’re sitting on couches for hours playing video games, watching TV. Instead of dreaming of being a teacher or a lawyer or a business leader, they’re fantasizing about being a baller or a rapper. (Applause.) So in the White House, President Obama saying he don’t owe those Black people ish and Michele Obama is saying all these Black people is doing is sitting around playing video games and fantasizing about being a rapper. Well goodness Mr. President and First Lady, tell how you really feel about African-Americans while you at it!! First of all, let's discuss the China and India thing President Barack Obama said. Before I get started, when it comes to Black women, I agree with the President - you sistas better treat me and all these brothas right because in this hyperconnected and competitive world, it's plenty of young chicks from China and India waiting to talk to a brotha and make some little Blendians and Blasians and we brothas post their cute pics on Facebook all up in you sistas faces. And you sistas already been briefed on the Brazilian chicks and how they treat us brothas, hehe. But the reality is, those Chinese and Indians did not have less than the Black men in that crowd at Morehouse - India has an silent caste system and Chinese is a communist country that rewards certain people to have the privilege to learn STEM so I don't understand why President Obama keep saying this scare tactic line. But let's be honest, what is the President saying that I haven't already said on Dream and Hustle for the longest time about being globally competitive? No offense, but if you are a graduating class of 2013 and do not realize you have to be global, then you didn't learn a damn thing and still have to pay back that student loan. I felt the President has dropped the ball. He should have spoken about helping out Africa more and helping out the urban community more. He should have highlighted the solutions for the Black community his office has seen over the years and how he need that graduating class help in making the world a better place. Instead, President Obama said no one cares about them and Michele Obama said we just want to play video games and be ballers. I think they both blew it big time with their speeches. What do you think about their speeches? Did you find it uplifting? Or did you find it condescending? Or you care careless because he is a lame duck already and you know you got to protect your own neck and fend for yourself out here in this crazy world?