March 9, 2009, - 11:45 pm

TWELVE NANNIES & New House Lease, OctoMom Palestinian Tells ET; OctoMom’s Daddy Dumps on GM & Wall Street

By Debbie Schlussel
Tonight on “Entertainment Tonight,” Palestinian Octomom Nadya Suleman told “reporter”/drooling panderer Thea Andrews that she is moving into a new house and will have TWELVE nannies for her children, which she says will cost $16,000 to $17,000 per month.
Where the heck is the money coming from?
Suleman didn’t say how much the house will cost–Andrews, of course, didn’t ask. But she said she put a big chunk of money down and is in a “lease contract.” AP reports her Palestinian immigrant father, Ed Doud, bought the $600,000 home. Watch this video report about the repo of her current home.

Since Suleman gave ET exclusive interviews and has been doing so for at least the last week or more, it’s apparent that she is getting paid by ET for the exclusives. It’s part of a deal with Radar Online, the left-wing celebrity site (which has attacked me on more than one occasion for being conservative and anti-jihad).
Predictably, ET’s Andrews didn’t ask Suleman if she’s going to pay back taxpayers for the gazillions she’s already taken in Medicaid and cost taxpayers for her eight kids to continue living in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the hospital where were they were born, Kaiser-Permanente.
As you may know, some of her kids have ailments–one of them is unable to see at this time and almost all of them were born underweight. And they cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep in NICU with these ailments.
(She fears the hospital will not let her take the kids home, and she is consulting with Sean Hannity’s new friend, fake doctor, Dr. Phil, to help keep them.)
ET’s Andrews asked Suleman if she’s gotten “any more death threats,” to which OctoMommy replied that she only got

angry letters from taxpayers. And that’s fine, you know, taxpayers are entitled to their opinion, but I’m not taking any more than other people.

Oh, really.
OctoMom’s Palestinian immigrant father, Ed Doud, isn’t any more plausible in his excuses.
Tonight, on ABC News’ “Nightline,” he asked why people are not angry about General Motors and Wall Street and “millionaire CEOs,” instead of his daughter.
As if that has anything to do with the price of Tea in China . . . or Medicaid bills you, the American taxpayers, are footing for the OctoMom’s fourteen kids.

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7 Responses

i’ll have to remember that one; every crook in Congress can say why get after them when there is someone like this octocreep, and the octocreeps can say look at the crooks in Congress. A general decline of morality and everyone can blame those at the opposite pole. So many deviants that there are plenty of other creeps that each specific creep can blame. Just like if physical health breaks down and a plague emerges attacking the health of everyone, now societal health is breaking down, and the plagues are emerging everywhere, on all sides.

c f on March 10, 2009 at 12:13 am

Carl in Jerusalem was kind enough to credit you with hilarious video you posted earlier of Palestinian OctoMom’s birth on his Israel Matzav site. And yes, I’m the regular poster there.
As for a $16-$17,000 a month house, I wonder who is fronting for the mortgage. And it costs lots of money to raise 14 kids, too.

NormanF on March 10, 2009 at 2:20 am

im just curious
why isnt ms suleman a hero to the right?
here she is, she believes in life
isnt that what you are all about?

uncle joe mccarthy on March 10, 2009 at 6:39 am

Joe McIdiot. Let’s see, glorify someone for not killing someone else? Whatever…
Octomom is a hero to the left for her single mom status that you morons so mightily glorify. He is dooming her 14 kids to a terribly disadvantaged life of fatherlessness, poverty, delinquincy, or worse. The stats bear out this fact. Those kids are almost doomed before they have a chance.

PDMac60 on March 10, 2009 at 9:39 am

Just wondering. Does the amount $ 900 million come to anyone’s mind?
Plenty of cash there for 14 babies for each Mom

crazycatkids on March 10, 2009 at 12:59 pm

Debbie does support large families. She just doesn’t think the taxpayers should have to foot the bill to support them.

NormanF on March 10, 2009 at 2:52 pm

Even my 81 yr old mother thinks this is insane. These people have no problem taking everything from us to cover the cost of these kids. He father who bought the house for her stated he kept it in his name so she could continue to receive welfare. If there is anything to show why we should not have National Health care this is it. This is exactly what will happen, Mentally Disturbed people will continue to live how they want with no thought to possible consequences of their actions and will leave all the responsibility of providing for them to those who live responsibly.
My 81 yr old mother thinks the Dr who provided her with fertility enhancement should be held responsible for their care. He knew she had no job, no husband, no money, and 6 kids already. He should be the responsible party not the rest of us who are not stupid enough to have gotten involved with this. And If WE do have to take care of these kids then the State should take them and not leave them with someone mentally unstable enough to have more kids with no means to provide for the ones she already had. But THIS IS LIBERALISM AT IT’S FINEST!!!

mfee01 on March 10, 2009 at 9:32 pm

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