Another Caspak* moment.... running on from yesterday's Blog. In that, we explored the odd notion of members of the US Congress and Senate sending letters to a non-existent nation, unrecognised by any nation in the world… even the Tin Pot ones.

US Congressmen Frank Pallone and Mark Kirk sent a congratulatory letter to the "President" of Nagorno-Karabakh stating; “We are writing to congratulate the people of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic, Artsakh and you on your 18th Anniversary of Independence."

Pallone was awarded the Mkhitar Gosh Medal by the President of the Republic of Armenia, so his colours are firmly nailed to the mast, the same tweezle who voted in the House to not count the electoral votes from Ohio in the 2004 United States Presidential Election. But would the constituents of the bouffant haired lawmaker be assured of his suitability to represent them if he starts writing letters to Aztlan (which hopes to create an independent country called South Western United States), the Republic of Cascadia (comprising of Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, Canada) or Oklahoma (Indian Nations Republic of Oklahoma represented by the five largest Native American tribes in that state?

At a time of deep socio-economic crisis, the people of New Jersey' can be assured that Pallone is spending his working hours dedicated to serving them… when he is not polishing his medal. Numpty!

• Caspak is a huge island country located in the South seas somewhere between South America and Australia from Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot and its sequels.