The United States Senate has 100 members. The House of Representatives 435 voting members. They are elected, presumably, to serve their constituents unless an official position gives them wider scope, on a House Committee for example. How fit for office, then, a low ranking member who writes letters to fictional entities?

There are several references to members of the US Congress and Senate sending letters to, and communicating with the 'government' of Nagorno-Karabakh. Representative Joe Knollenberg (R- MI) was one. The vast majority of electors in Michigan probably cared little that their member of the U.S. House of Representatives was acting as a lobbyist for an illegal and unrecognised country. But it shows him for who he was.

In his present enforced-retirement, I wonder if he is letter writing to the Presidents of Calormen (the country of Narnia's main rival from The Chronicles of Narnia), Double Crossia (a country mentioned in the Three Stooges short You Nazty Spy) and Far Far Away (the name of the kingdom in Shrek 2 and Shrek 3).

What a twerp.