Native-born white Americans, of course, lack the intellect for these jobs.
It appears that Chopra and Kundra worked together in the Indian-heavy Virginia Technology Secretariat. Normal business practice would incline against re associating these two, given the shadows over Kundra.
However, I applaud, because it gives me the opportunity to refer to a fairly recent story which seems to have sunk without trace in the MSM:
The Jackson $5 million? By Natasha Korecki The Chicago Sun-Times April 13 2009
asserts the recently-indicted Illinois Governor Blagojevich was told that in the interests of getting the contemptible Rep Jesse Jackson Jr., appointed Senator, there would be
$1 million for Blagojevich’s campaign fund that would come from Indian donors…Rajinder Bedi, a state employee who acted as a conduit to the Indian community for Blagojevich, sources say…met with the governor’s brother, Robert, to tell him that a longtime fund-raiser and wealthy health care businessman, Raghuveer Nayak, would help organize fund-raising within the Indian community….
Rajinder Bedi has subsequently quit — not a good sign - an event apparently reported only overseas.
Having Indians in positions of power ensures corruption — and ethnocentric discrimination. This may well prove to be the Achilles Heel of the Obama Administration.