Thursday, June 14, 2007

CA GOP outsources top job to a Canadian

Get a clue.

Today's news about the State of California GOP deciding that, well, there just isn't an AMERICAN fit for this top job is the REAL future of where the immigration bill and your beloved country are headed.

BTW, we're on record saying that we don't think it's necessisarily a bad idea to form the North American Union in 2010. But most Americans will be shocked to find out this is the true agenda behind many decisions being made today in their name.

The California Republican Party has decided no American is qualified to take one of its most crucial positions -- state deputy political director -- and has hired a Canadian for the job through a coveted H-1B visa, a program favored by Silicon Valley tech firms that is under fire for displacing skilled American workers.

Christopher Matthews, 35, a Canadian citizen, has worked for the state GOP as a campaign consultant since 2004. But he recently was hired as full-time deputy political director, with responsibility for handling campaign operations and information technology for the country's largest state Republican Party operation, California Republican Party Chairman Ron Nehring confirmed in a telephone interview this week.

In the nation's most populous state -- which has produced a roster of nationally known veteran political consultants -- "it's insulting but also embarrassing ... to bring people from the outside who don't know the difference between Lodi and Lancaster ... and who can't even vote," said Karen Hanretty, a political commentator and former state GOP party spokeswoman.