American culture, having had its higher ambitions whittled down most notably during the Bush years, perpetuates messages which teach us that it's okay, indeed preferable, to be downright mediocre.
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Suleman says she's not a welfare case, and that her children won't be either. But the hard reality is that without taxpayer dollars, the top quality care they got would not have been there.
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The worst irony may be that those of us clucking over her excesses also help feed the frenzy of attention that will allow her to cash in on her horribly pathological choices.
Stop giving interviews -- you're turning into a freak show. And for God's sake, teach your kids that there is more to life than giving birth.
Nadya Suleman may have been the one to selfishly create an entire litter of children she could barely take care of, but a lot of people within the media told her there was no harm in it.
First, what is with this doctor? Suleman sought treatment from the same reproductive specialist who enabled her first six children. He already knew she had six.
Seriously, is Nadya Suleman really going to be allowed to walk out of the hospital with eight tiny babies and no means of support? Is she counting on cashing in ON them?
While doctors, hospital resources, and social services are and will be devoted to the Suleman clan, others will be forced to do without. This is our modern American reality.
Whatever happens, Suleman was right that single mothers do unfairly get beat up on for creating societal ills. Unfortunately she insured that the beating will continue.
Q: I can't stop thinking about the woman who now has fourteen children. In fact, you could say that I am obsessed about the woman who is obsessed. I j...
I mean its ridiculous. A baby momma 14 times over should not be living with her parents in a modest 3-bedroom house in Bellflower, California.