My attack is primarily on this statement.
This is why you never hear Asians complaining that there's no Asian President.
When you say this:
They don't need one; they have Blacks, Indians and Latinos to fight their political battles for them.
You then have to justify WHY Indians and Latinos fight on political fronts when Black people are the only ones who are a political class. Instead you further entrenched your argument that Latino's and Indians are primarily an economic class. Thus, the question remains that since Asians, Latinos, and Indians are all primarily an economic class, why do two of those three choose to be significantly involved in politics and not the third.
Essentially, by being able to link Asians to Latinos and Indians in that they are both economic classes and because you've provided the evidence that both Latinos and Indians are heavily involved in politics, you have shown that "political culture" isn't enough of a justification for why black immigrants alone have to fight on both fronts. Your evidence in essence shows that minorities in general must fight on both economic and political fronts.
Thus, you have failed to provide an adequate justification for why asians never complain about an asian president. It's not political and its not economic. It is in fact, referring back to BananaHammock's post, cultural. Now if you want to argue that Black's culture was thrashed by slavery etc. Have at it. I can tell already that you have a lot more knowledge about the black community, culture, history etc. Just watch your statements about other cultures, in this case, asians.