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NBC’s Dateline With Octuplet’s Mom, How Does She Do It?

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The Ann Curry interview with our local hero of child birthin’ Whittier’s own Nadya Suleman told ‘her side of the story’ on Dateline.

The thing with Suleman is that she’s an addict. And all addicts are liars. And she is a liar. Her sentences contradict themselves.

“I’m not living off any taxpayer money,” she said in the interview. “If I am, if it’s food stamps, it’s a temporary resource. And I was so reluctant. I very much so look forward to the day when I am not getting any kind of help with food stamps, which I believe will end when I graduate in about a year or year and a half.”

She’s also, in a weird twist, an obvious plastic surgery enthusiast who talks about how she saved all her money to be implanted with embryos.

You know, cutting her nose to spite her case.

Anyway, it makes for some lively discussion. And if that wasn’t enough – she has a website up asking for donations and – of all things – comments.

Yikes.

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