After his lackluster performance in the presidential debate last week, it seems as if President Barack Obama has received advice from just about everyone in America. Now he can add “Octomom” Nadya Suleman to that list.
“In a debate, if someone said something not true I would state what I believe. I don’t think we should judge other human beings unless they have been an hour in their shoes. I would just say I respect your views, but your truth doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the real truth,” Suleman said. “I would say, read up on your facts. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but that doesn’t mean it’s the truth. If you have God on your side the world can be against you and nothing else matters.”
And Suleman isn't just playing armchair quarterback, she's about to be doing some debating of her own. She recently signed a deal to debate two times a week for 90 minutes on the online debate site Deeyoon.com. Anyone can go to the site and debate Octomom on any subject for 10 minutes, starting Oct. 28.
“I’m really good at being strong in my beliefs and my perspective, which means I can debate against almost anyone,” Suleman said. “I think being very consistent and very strong and having a strong sense of self -- I think if you have those, you will do okay. You must tell the truth and it will definitely benefit them if they have their own experiences. Stick to subjects you know and have lived.”
In addition to Octomom, Deeyoon.com users can also debate with former "Jersey Shore" star Angelina Pivarnick, Simon Van Kempen and Alex McCord from "The Real Housewives of New York City," and Celebrity Rehab cast member Michael Lohan.
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