Justin of Guano Loco has honored IMAO with the “Guano Loco’s Promoter of Common Sense” Award.

Promoting common sense?

Well, flattered, to be sure, but in good conscience I must confess that we’re actually just a bunch of pajama-wearing, basement-dwelling goofballs who take malicious pleasure in mocking the absurd, short-sighted, emotion-laden, reason-deficient ideas of the bleeding-heart left wing in the manner best suited to hurting feelings and making blow-hard, stuffed-shirt, power-hungry, appeasement-mad politicians and their squid-spined supporters pop their collective corks.

But then again, to paraphrase Arthur C. Clarke “Any sufficiently advanced satire is indistinguishable from common sense”.

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  1. As humbling as this award is, I cannot accept it. To do so would make it appear that the award is intended for me personally, and not for IMAO as a site. So please, stop with the incessant demands that I accept this humbling award.

    And the mushroom cloud is obviously fake anyway.


  2. Socrates,

    No, the mushroom cloud image is real. That image is from a photo session where the same group of Obama supporters that buzzed Manhattan in Air Force One went for another joyride, this time in the space shuttle.



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