“Best Looking” — Judson Hill
“Least harmful to the cause of liberty” — Tony Sellier for spending the session in the hospital.
“Greatest Grand Stander” — David Shafer for declaring war on Tennessee and Vincent Fort merely by breathing.
“Most likely to be the subject of an NRA legislative email” — Casey Cagle
“Children’s best friend in a good way” — Eric Johnson for his school choice initiatives
“Children’s best friend in a keep them 1000 feet away way” Nan Orrock for voting against every one of Johnson’s initiatives. Cecil Staton for his MySpace regulations.
“Most Frigtard Friendly” — Emanuel Jones for his “life belts” legislation.
Taxpayer’s Worst Enemy — Sonny Perdue
Taxpayer’s Best Friend — The airline pilot who flew Sonny Perdue to the far side of the world
The “Hide Your Child” Award — the bi-partisan group of men from the House and Senate who went to the Cheetah Club that night (you know who you are)
The “This Guy’s In Politics?!?!” Award — Ron Forster and his “Life for Life” legislation
The “Too Honest For This Bidness” Award — Steve Davis
“Most likely to spark a constitutional crisis” — Don Balfor
“Most likely to be indicted between sessions” — Sharon Beasley-Teague
“Mostly likely to have worn a wire all session” — Sharon Beasley-Teague
“Speaker’s Pet Award” — Barry Fleming
“LG’s Pet Award” — Don Balfour
“Sonny’s Pet Award” — Casey Cagle
“Most likely to find themselves out of a job award” – Nancy Schafer
“Milton Award – Named after Milton from Office Space, given to the legislator who is moved to the basement and loses their red swingline stapler” – Tom Graves
“Naga, Naga, Not gonna work here anymore award, given to the legislator most likely to lose their re-election campaign” — Speaker Richardson
“I’m afraid of a girl” award — the Senate for failing to pass the Sunday sales law.
Honorable Mention: God and the Corps of Engineers for bringing back the water to Lake Lanier. We dare not include Sonny for actually praying lest he get a big head.