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Submitted by karen bridget funk (United States), Jan 21, 2009 at 15:41

if the presidents' mother was white and his father possibly bi-racial, then wouldnt that make him a bi-racial american president.!? but even if his father is a black africian man, then the president is still bi-racial.he and his family represent a melting pot of ancestry and heritage, a true blend of america today. the president represents many americans. he is a rainbow of our future lives as americans in a blending world.

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