SACKRAHMINTO, CALIFORNICATE — The not-so-great state of Californicate banned its residents from traveling to Oklahoma because officials do not approve of the OK State's allegedly discriminatory law against LesbianGayBisexualTransgenderQuestioning (LGBTQ) adoptions.
“We're offended,” Californicate's Governor Gerry “Moonbeam” Browne lisped.
"Speaking on behalf of Californicators everywhere," Moonbeam lisped, “our taxpayers keep track of bigots like the people of Oklahoma.”
Asked for her response to Brown's allegations, Oklahoma Governor Mary Felon, responded, “Californicators are 'offended' by everyone and everything. Governor Browne is probably offended by me because I'm cisgender.”
“My state recognizes sixty-four genders, at last count,” Moonbeam lisped, “but 'cisgender' isn't one of them.”
Oklahoma is the ninth state to have offended Californicate's governor with its “bigoted” ban on same-sex adoption. The other eight offenders are Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.
“We're in good company,” Felon said. "Increasing numbers of Californicators apparently share our values, as millions of them pour into Oklahoma every year.”
“I'd rather be LGBTQ than an Oklahomo,” Moonbeam lisped. “That's an LGBTQ person who lives in Oklahoma, for those who aren't up on their LGBTQ argot.”
“Now I'm offended,” Felon said. “Talk about bigotry!”