Most men and women, even in American politics, are known for their accomplishments, but not so in the case of Organ's new governor Katey Browne.
She's known as the nation's "first bisexual governor," as if her sexual orientation is itself something to be proud of.
"I swing both ways," Browne crowed, raising her arms high overhead as she addressed an assembly of her largely Democrat fan base.
She is replacing her disgraced boss, outgoing governor John Klutz-Favors, who resigned after (allegedly) using his orifice to give his fiancee "special favors."
Married to a man, Browne, nevertheless, "likes women."
Sandwiching herself between her "hubby," "Dick" Little, and a "female friend with benefits," she confessed, "makes sex twice as nice--three times as nice, if you bother to consider the others involved in the threesome."
Her favorite position, she gushed (literally) is "sixty-nine, while getting it from behind."
Her fondness for both-sex sex is "bizarre and unprecedented," she admitted, "in American political theater," but, she added, "don't knock it until you've tried it."
Browne vows to use her position--her gubernatorial, not her sexual--to "advance the gay agenda." After all, she is, as she has pointed out, repeatedly, "half-gay" herself.
When she assumes her orifice, she will join only two other female governors, both Democrats, New Hempshire Governor Faggie Haz-Ben and Rode Island Governor Gay Mondo, both of whom are heterosexual, "as far as I know at this point," Browne said, with a sigh and a frown.
Browne's husband, the not-so-well endowed Little beamed at the thought of his wife's joining two other female governors, saying he'd welcome a foursome.
"The more the merrier!" he quipped.