Hey, who’s up for giving money to the octuplets’ mom?

posted at 6:15 pm on February 11, 2009 by Allahpundit

You say you’re pro-life. Now’s your chance to prove it.

“We put it together because of the massive public interest in Nadya and her family,” Killeen told FOXNews.com Wednesday. “We wanted to give people the ability to make donations and send comments to the family.”

Killeen said donations have already poured in, including books, clothing, cribs, bedding and diapers.

“People have been calling us from around the world trying to make donations,” Killeen said. “We needed to provide a vehicle where people could write to the family or make donations because everyone wants to donate.”

Here’s the site. Worried that she’ll just roll the dough over towards another round of fertility treatments? Don’t be. She’s totally, honestly, completely, seriously done having kids now. Besides, she still has grad school to pay for and, quite possibly, new collagen injections before there’s any thought of IVF. Look at it this way: Since caring for the kids will cost millions and California’s already bankrupt, it’ll be federal bailout money that ends up footing the bills. That is to say, we’re all “donating” already. Might as well do your part now.

Here’s the first bit of the “Dateline” trainwreck interview; if you’re inexplicably hungry for more, dive in. Exit question: What’s Plan B if the website doesn’t work out? A poignant appeal during the Q&A portion of a Barack Obama revival meeting?

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SarahW on February 12, 2009 at 12:08 PM

Still not disageeing with your opinion about what a boneheaded undertaking it was. I just hate the dogpile effect unless it’s against a particularly nasty liberal like Keith Olbermann or Al Franken.

I’ve watched most of the clips and really only saw the cramped conditions you and other posters talked about. I haven’t even seen a comment from her mother about her parenting skills, just comments about the emotional state that she thought led to wanting so doggone many.

hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 12:29 PM

I’m as pro-life as they come–if I had my way, ALL abortion would be illegal, but this woman doesn’t deserve one red cent!

We can all pity the teenager who gets pregnant on prom night and her prom king abandons her, and her college life is ruined, and the best solution is NOT abortion but either giving the child up for adoption or having Grandma take care of the child until the teenager finishes school. But if the teenager has an ounce of common sense, she won’t make that mistake twice.

Suleman didn’t make a teenage “mistake”–she deliberately had herself artificially impregnated TWICE with a total of 14 babies, with no job and no way of supporting HERSELF, much less 14 children. She was hoping that the media blitz around the “wonderful” birth of octuplets would bring her fame and fortune, but she didn’t have those babies because she loved children, but for her OWN EGO.

Any generous, fervent pro-lifers out there with a big heart for those tiny, probably handicapped premature babies should adopt one of them–being separated from their “mother” would be the best thing to happen to any of them! Besides, if any of the babies were adopted by a married couple, the baby would gain a FATHER he/she doesn’t have now!

But please, for the love of those babies, not a dime for Octopussy! She doesn’t deserve any of those children!

Steve Z on February 12, 2009 at 12:35 PM

This has probably been suggested already, but she should just go to the one of His Excellency’s tent revivals. He can give her a kiss on the cheek and in short order all of her prayers will be answered. Unicorns for all 14 kids!

NoLeftTurn on February 12, 2009 at 1:15 PM

“but why are you actively asserting HA commenter’s not donate. ”

Completing that sentence “via her paypal button” would be a more fullsome description.

SarahW on February 12, 2009 at 1:26 PM

“but why are you actively asserting HA commenter’s not donate. ”

Completing that sentence “via her paypal button” would be a more fullsome description.

SarahW on February 12, 2009 at 1:26 PM

I’m guessing that’s where you stopped reading.


hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 1:34 PM