Mark Zuckerberg's pet lobbying group has a new CTO, Darius Contractor. Like any friend of Zuck's, Darius has an extensive back catalog of Facebook tags, including one in which he's dressed as an American Indian, standing before a "God Bless America" banner in front of a door on which a border crossing warning sign hangs. Immigration reform was a natural next step.

TechCrunch's Josh Constine, writing on behalf of his unofficial boss, chimed in with the following insight:

The CTO's efforts could help repair' battered image if he can produce tools that really help immigrants and make a difference in getting reform passed by the House Of Representatives.

And speaking of images, here are some: the pictures below are from an October 2006 costume party, around the time when Contractor was first employed at Bebo, the notoriously failed social network that fluffed his CV enough to be tapped for CTO today.

At the very least, shouldn't the the chief technology officer at a Facebook-backed immigration lobbying group know how to hide his own photos?