One could argue that the actions of both Stewart Parnell and Nadya Suleman were criminal, one crime against consumers, the other against tiny, incubated babies struggling to live.
Has Bristol Palin weighed in on the Octomom? She said she wants to be an advocate for teen pregnancy, even though we already have a pretty good record in that category.
Okay, anywhich....so that's the 'bizarre' tidbit, that part about putting the sperm between her Octoboobs or whatever BUT my wife wants you to know that it isn't bizarre at all.
It's open season on large families in America. Ever since Nadya Suleman became infamous, the focus has been not only on her but on the choice of having lots of kids in the first place.
The real granddaddy of the reality TV show as we know it today was An American Family, a 12-episode documentary series broadcast in 1973 on PBS.
If there are scores of laws that regulate the adoption process, why is it any less important that there be some regulations when it comes to having eight embryos implanted at one time?
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The principle of choice and decision making that each woman should have should not play second fiddle to a discussion about overpopulation and humanity's carbon footprint.
Suleman's biomedical exploits also have rippled across the country. She hit a nerve we didn't know we had and raised powerful questions about right and wrong.
Nadya Suleman is clearly mentally unstable and as defective as salmonella-tainted peanut butter bar. And I love her. I want to marry her.
The Academy Awards aren't until next Sunday, but this week provided some Oscar-worthy performances. There was A-Roid acting remorseful about using steroids (although, admittedly, this was nowhere near as convincing as when he denied having used them); Joaquin acting weirder than weird on Letterman; Nadya Suleman acting like there was a rational explanation for a single mom having 14 children via in vitro fertilization; eight banking CEOs unconvincingly acting contrite in front of Congress; peanut butter tycoon Stew Parnell acting like a Mafia don, repeatedly taking the 5th Amendment in front of Congress; and Sen. Judd Gregg acting schizophrenic, withdrawing as Commerce Secretary nominee over policy disagreements after previously lobbying for the post and promising that policy disagreements would not keep him from backing Obama's agenda.
I know you are all very busy right now, what with caring for 14 children, and publicly feuding in the press, so I'll keep this short. Two words: family counseling. Two more: get some.
Your Honors -- please. If you can look out for the welfare of prison inmates who are overcrowded, please look out for the welfare of these children.