Congressman Dodges Issue of Obama Alleged Identity Fraud


by Sharon Rondeau

Rep. Paul Tonko will be sworn in for his fourth term in Congress in January 2015

(Nov. 19, 2014) — On November 13, a constituent wrote to his congressman, Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY20), with the following message:

Dear Paul:
Today, attorney Orly Taitz, who represents the Honorable Ambassador Alan Keyes et al, sent a notification of identity fraud to Loretta Lynch.  Link:

Although Obama does not fit the understanding of “natural born” that I learned in High School US History Class (I was valedictorian of my graduating class), it is perhaps even more worrisome to your constituents that he may be involved in identity fraud.

Is there  merit to Attorney Taitz’ notification to Loretta Lynch?

Thanks as always,

a Constituent

On November 18, the constituent received the following response:

From: Congressman Paul Tonko <>

Sent: Tue, Nov 18, 2014 12:36 PM
Subject: Responding to your message


November 18, 2014
Thank you for contacting me. I appreciate hearing from you on this important matter.
As always, I appreciate receiving feedback and ideas from my constituents.  I will keep your views in mind going forward as I continue to represent the interest of the Capital Region in Washington, DC.  Our democracy functions best when citizens are actively engaged in government decisions, and I encourage you to continue to stay involved in the political process.
Again, thank you for your correspondence. I am most appreciative.  As your representative in Congress, I will continue to prioritize policies that create jobs, grow our economy and protect the middle class while responsibly reducing our deficit.  Should you have additional comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  My door is always open.
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Paul D. Tonko

On November 19, the constituent noted to The Post & Email, “Perhaps I should write back and gently tell him that he did not address one iota of my message.  If this were a student’s essay on a given theme, the teacher would give it an “F” and say it was blather meant to fill up a page!”

3 Responses to "Congressman Dodges Issue of Obama Alleged Identity Fraud"

  1. ipod45   Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 7:23 PM

    Obama is the LSM monster,plain and simple!

  2. Stephen Hiller   Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 4:05 PM

    What did you expect, maybe the truth fairy?

  3. Loggia   Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 3:33 PM

    Seems a tad passive aggressive, as the response has nothing to do with the concerned constituent’s inquiry.

    In plain English, it was a royal
    brush off which is extremely rude…even if written in good English.

    What is happening to the Democratic Party?

    One hears Lies, Dismissive retorts, deceit, or, as in Obama’s response to the tragedy in Jerusalem, cliche’ empty air.

    A nation needs two good parties, so it is dangerous that the Democrats are in the act of DEVOLUTION.

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