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Created on : Thursday, March 12, 2009, 05:52:05 pm
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After Nadya Suleman’s two-part special with Dr. Phil, the cameras keep rolling. Dr. Phil leads a town hall meeting between the mother everyone is talking about and the studio audience. See Nadya openly answer viewers’ questions: How will she take care of herself while caring for 14 kids? Where will the children be while she pursues her education? How will she find transportation for all her kids? Where will the organization that's agreed to help her, Angels in Waiting, get the funds to assist with 14 children? How will the donations coming in be handled? Is the sperm donor aware that he has fathered 14 kids? Then, Nadya leaves the stage but the discussion continues without her. The audience doesn't hold back with their heated comments. Plus, as Nadya prepares to move into her new home and make it suitable for the influx of babies, how will her new neighborhood react to the mom of 14 and the media frenzy that follows? Talk about the show here.

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April 12, 2009, 9:08 pm CDT

03/16 Octuplets' Mom Answers Viewer Questions

Quote From: optima

Please, please invite this baby machine to your Socialistic country and let her reproduce at your expense.

Her overactive womb is breaking our country. Have at it!!!!

It`s awfully easy for someone who doesn`t live and pay taxes here to say what ms suleman has done is so wonderful. But i suspect most canadians think as you and i do. She`s nuttier than a fruitcake!
April 12, 2009, 9:23 pm CDT

03/16 Octuplets' Mom Answers Viewer Questions

Quote From: janecitizen

wow!  that is very harsh to jump to the conclusion that we don't support or care about any of our homeless or hungry just because we don't support nadya suleman!  she has made two million dollars the past two months, i would hardly call that a charity case!  where is the logic in concluding that just because someone chooses not to make a personal sacrifice in her behalf means we don't sacrifice and give to "other" causes!  i find it very rude for anyone to just "assume" that we don't give to charity or to think we lack compassion in general!  i for one do highly value life, and her apparent disregard for the welfare of 14 lives is the very thing that turns me off about her!  i happily celebrate life with those who regard it themselves!  i cannot lend my vote to someone who tries to take food out of the mouths of her first six kids to feed 8 more when we as americans were already uncomplainingly feeding her first six.  she has grossly taken advantage of a system that is meant to help those in need, it is not set up to be played and conned..  we have far too many people who really are homeless and hungry, living in tents (if even that much), and we are doing our best to help them, so for someone to use those resources while at the same time able to afford hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of selfish spending, she reduces the resources that could and should be spent for those who really do need it!   so you've got it backwards, we are upset with nadya because we DO have care and concern for our homeless and hungry and helpless, not because we don't!  and i know many many americans, myself included, who would give the shirt off my back to someone who needs it, so why should we feel guilty for not giving the shirt off my back to someone who goes home to a half million dollar house with bags full of designer clothing?  it makes no sense to me whatsoever..  i prefer to give to the homeless who truly don't have a home or the the hungry who are not receiving hundreds of dollars worth of foodstamps or to the helpless who are unable to help themselves..  she's a little "too" good at helping herself!   and it is an awfully huge assumption to accuse us of not giving to those who are truly in need!  what do you know about any of our spending habits, how do you know we don't share it with others who need it?  i find it very insulting to have it said that we don't give to our needy or that we don't cherish our children..  i don't know how many americans you hang out with but those i know are extremely generous and very caring and compassionate!  so i for one would appreciate not being generalized!
I wonder how many of those doing all this generalizing even live here? I`m not saying don`t ever criticise us americans. Just be sure you know what you`re talking about when you do it.
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