Monday, February 2, 2009

The Parent of the Year Competition Heats Up

Watch out, Campbells!

There is a new grossly irresponsible adult in the running for Parent(s) of the Year.

Can we get a round of applause for the thoroughly audacious, mentally disturbed, new mom to eight preemies and six (7) year-old children - Nadya Suleman formerly Guiterrez?!

As a taxpayer, I would like to personally thank Nadya for including me in the medical miracle that are her octuplets. First for the two months she has spent on bed rest at Bellflower Medical Center and second for the $200,000 birth of her babies affectionately called, A through H.

Ms. Suleman,
It takes a special person to pursue IVF based on the following:
  • being unemployed
  • living with their mother (who recently declared bankruptcy)
  • has SIX other children
The ASPCA wouldn't let you adopt a kitten, and yet someone thought helping you out with eight embryos was a great idea.

Being a burden to society as an adult is one thing , but forcing 14 children to be a part of your repugnant freak show is sickening and deplorable.

I am pleased to hear that you have taken the typical route for all spotlight hungry low lives - by hiring an agent and planning to support yourself by pimping your babies and your sad, pathetic story to news outlets and talk shows - oh and pursue a career as a tv childcare expert.

Absolutely! Who wouldn't take your word as gospel on parenting??!!

Nadya, dear - the sooner your story fades from our eyes and ears, we the public (who are bankrolling your little tribe), will be better off. Your children on the other hand will suffer significantly. They will never know a normal life and will one day know the truth behind their birth. What to do then, tv childcare expert? Surely you can get a group discount for 14 children in therapy.

In your acceptance speech be sure to thank the immoral and soon-to-be without a license fertility doctor who impregnated you and the 46-strong medical team at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, especially these three below.

Dr. Mandhir Gupta, the neonatologist who helped with the delivery and his colleague, Dr. Karen E. Maples, chief of service for obstetrics and gynecology, along with Harold Henry were all smiles discussing your "strength" and all of the dirty diapers in your future. Awww, gee.


You surely couldn't be the mother of 14 you are today without the gang at Bellflower and their media relations person, who probably sobbed with joy over the good fortune in landing your side show.

And let me thank you Ms. Suleman, for providing another shining example that even me and Mr. News Readin' could be better parents than you.

Most sincerely,

Mrs. News Readin'

6 comments:

Grove Gals said...

lets not forget that she is on WELFARE..can someone please tell me why insurance companies don't always cover fertility treatments but the state of california does...do any of these kids even know who their father is?

News Readin' Wife said...

It's infuriating. As if you couldn't tell - I am so heated over this...

Anyone that values their journalistic integrity should steer clear of her and her agent.

USCEmily said...

Great post.... Sometimes I wonder what people are thinking. Clearly this woman is completely self-centered because there is no way she could bring 8 children into the world under her circumstances if she wasn't. Sickening.

The Mrs. said...

I would like to mention also her deep commitment to the first six children, one of which is autistic and is surely in need of extra attention. Oh well! bring on the other 8!

GrannySmithGreen said...

Oh, honey! Don't get me started on this story!

PaperCourt said...

Well said! What the HELL is wrong with people?