March 24, 2009, - 11:33 am

Octomom Photo of the Day: Appropriate Signs as Nutjob Single Mother Gets Ready to Soak Taxpayers for More

By Debbie Schlussel
As you’ve probably heard, Octomom Palestinian Nadya Suleman kicked out of her house the free 12 nannies she was getting for free from a charity. You know what that means: taxpayers will probably be on the hook for more funding for childcare of this nutjob’s 14 children.
And on a related note, here’s my favorite picture from the continuing Octomom saga. It’s from the March 30th issue of US Magazine, and it’s a photo of kids from her new neighborhood. I’d guess their parents wrote the signs and put them up to it, but I still like it.


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Few things bring into focus the age of Obama better than this whole absurd and insane episode.

Tempus Fugit on March 24, 2009 at 12:05 pm

“Stop having kids if you can’t afford them” held by a child. Something about children not wanting other children is Orwellian. Maybe because I love children and this doesn’t seem like a thing a child would do but some parent putting them up to it. Maybe the parents should have the “cajones” to hold their own sign instead hiding behind their children? I am pro-life and as a pro-lifer every child deserves a right to life. Even Palestinian children. I dont like the actions of her as a mother, however the children shouldn’t be penalized or feel like they are curse on society. The toothpaste is out of the tube. I think IVF should be banned for a variety of reasons. Namely having 8 children at once is un-natural. Catholic church has come to this conclusion. However liberals will never conceive of banning anything regarding reproduction. The Octomom is deranged. The entitlement mentality was created by liberals. So she felt no consequence or shame for her actions. As long as people listen to liberals more of this will occur in society.
As pro life blogger Jill Stanek, who I admire a lot for all she has done in the Pro-Life movement states:
“And IVF has led to unforeseen dastardly consequences, such as abandoned embryos who became the overriding excuse to experiment on them. (“Better that than throwing them away!”)
That said, I know IVF children. My aforementioned friend now has 2 wonderful children conceived via IVF. I don’t want them not here. (Sorry about the double negative.)
That brings us to 33-year-old and unmarried Nadya Suleman, mother of 6 children under age 7 (all conceived via IVF and including 1 set of twins) who gave birth January 26 to octuplets.
Now that the babies are here, I wouldn’t want a single one of them not here. The question I’m hearing often asked, “Can one have too many children?” is wrong. No, one cannot. But God didn’t intend for human mothers to give birth to litters, particularly with no husbands in sight. It’s unnatural on all levels.”

californiascreaming on March 24, 2009 at 1:21 pm

Is it just me or is her house a carbon copy of the house from Poltergeist?

MarySJ on March 24, 2009 at 2:04 pm

I feel sorry for her kids-I wish them well, and hope they are okay-she should not have had them

mindy1 on March 24, 2009 at 4:09 pm

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