As a Democrat, I'd use a different body part to describe your tenure. You were effective nonetheless.
I agree with David that there is little to no incentive to do anything legislatively. I poured my heart into writing a high-speed rail bill from scratch and I got zero coverage. It was even brought up for debate, with little to no coverage. I think in the future, we can't have situations like this where players who are trying to be original.
I think a big part of what lost appeal to me (on the legislative side) is the total lack of incentive to do anything. Why write a bill when you can just copy one? Why be active and get a spot on a committee when no one debates there? Why chair a committee when nothing happens and the leadership just bypasses the important bills straight to the floor anyway? Why bother getting things to the floor when cloture is never going to happen anyway? If you're in the minority, why allow cloture when you know that you can't defeat anything in a straight up or down?
The legislative side of the game is seriously broken, and the only fix I can suggest is to revert to the house* where the rules at least force some degree of debate and things get a vote one way or the other.
*I would also advocate for AB influenced NPC voting to make it worth both side's while to actually debate. Reserve 50-100 moderate Representatives who will decide their votes based on who wins the debate.
On the Executive side - things have been excellent and I totally enjoyed my time as the Strong Arm of Allen - you guys were incredibly responsive and I have no complaints from that direction.