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“Someone needs to pay”

Probably the most pathetic thing I have ever read. For many reasons.

18 Responses to ““Someone needs to pay””

  1. John Smith Says:

    Yeah, for contraception.

  2. Paul Says:

    Nueter them all

  3. Weer'd Beard Says:

    What this country needs is Common Sense Womb Control laws!

  4. alan Says:

    Damn.

  5. Wolfwood Says:

    The Duggars are self-sufficient. As for this woman, what’s to be done? Mandatory contraception/sterilization is not an acceptable solution. We obviously can’t just leave the kids to starve because the mother doesn’t make good decisions. At the same time, it’s better to leave the children with the mother if at all possible.

    I guess my solution would be to see how many children the woman can reasonably provide for based on whatever government support she’s allotted and whatever charities are willing to give. Beyond that, maybe the other children need to go into foster care. I don’t want to put anyone through that, but is there any other reasonable and fair solution that respects the woman’s bodily integrity and the entitlements her government has allotted to her while also protecting the rights of the rest of the citizens?

  6. mariner Says:

    Wolfwood,

    At the same time, itís better to leave the children with the mother if at all possible.

    In a case like this leaving a child with the mother is child abuse.

    If it were made clear to this woman that any future children would be taken away for adoption she would quickly learn to use contraception.

  7. Matt Groom Says:

    Someone does need to pay, this bitch needs to pay. A lifetime of stupidity is harming these children who are merely the victims of this woman’s irresponsibility and ineptitude as a human being. “I can’t get a job! I can’t go to school! I’ve got 12 kids to take care of!”

  8. Dean Says:

    This is a case for a state work-farm system; ‘those who do not work do not eat’. Big families like this may make sense in an agrarian setting but not in an urban one. Also, it might keep her away from irresponsible dirt bags who wind up in prison and it would give her kids a chance to learn to do something usefull.

  9. Jake Says:

    This is a case for a state work-farm system;

    I like that idea. Day care/school for the kids, while she works the fields in exchange for day care, housing, and food. I think it would still require .gov subsidies (with that many kids, I don’t think the system could even break even), but it’s better than paying to support those same kids plus her while she just sits around on her a$$.

  10. Robert Says:

    “Pathetic” was not the first adjective that came to my mind. Not even the 10th one….

  11. Joe Carpenter Says:

    Makes me wish I had a 30,000 acre spread out someplace food grows well, and get this family farming and building their own home, then give them 10 acres when they’re set up.
    Her condition is better off than her ancestors of this very same country, and all she can do is complain.
    Why have we moved away as a nation from the mentality of aiding people to raise themselves up and become better, rather than allowing them to sit in sackcloth and ashes, crying out why they are not being taken care of?
    Which is better? To provide for everything this family needs from A to Z(assuming an inexhaustible supply- which there is not) or teaching them to produce what they need, plus more to share with others not as fortunate as they?

  12. emdfl Says:

    Let’s just cut to the chase and ask why this piece of black trash had that many children in the first place. The obvious answer is BECAUSE SHE GETS PAID MORE EACH TIME SHE DROPS ANOTHER ONE. Anybody see any problem there? Thank your liberal politician next time you see him for this.

  13. N Says:

    The problem with the work farm idea is that this lady doesn’t seem like she’d work. She straight up said that taking care of those kids is her “job,” and I got no indication that she’d rather work. Even if it guaranteed her room, board, and day care.

  14. Alex Says:

    Heh. These are the people that zero is trying to mobilize to avoid a democratic ass-whooping in November. If she is any indication of the rest of the democratic voter base, then they are in trouble, because none of them will get off their fat, lazy butts and go to the polls. Hopefully they are all too dumb to realize that the simple act of voting is all will take to keep them gubmint handouts flowing

  15. Pop N Fresh Says:

    Joe Carpenter, this country no longer wants independent free thinkers. They want people that must be protected and provide for from cradle to grave, ask no questions, do what we say, march here, protest there, vote for this person, here’s your cookie.

  16. Jake Says:

    If she is any indication of the rest of the democratic voter base, then they are in trouble, because none of them will get off their fat, lazy butts and go to the polls.

    The problem is that they will get off their butts to vote for the Dems. They have learned that “Voting = Democrats winning = more handouts”, and that “Not-voting = Rebuplicans winning = less handouts”.

    They will get off their butts once a year to ensure that they don’t have to get off their butts every other day of the year.

  17. Paul Says:

    I see a solution. Arrest the mother for child abuse. Yes child abuse. To bring more children into the world without any way to support them is being cruel to the children. Child abuse, child endangerment, cruelty to a child, child neglect… I say 12 counts of it so far.

    We all know it’s not the child’s fault, and we all know the mother just keeps making babies, so charge her with child abuse and lock her up for 50 years (past breeding age.)

    Simple,no?

  18. Andrew Says:

    Dean Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:25 pm
    This is a case for a state work-farm system…..

    Dean:

    You are an idiot. I come from a family of 8 kids, with two loving parents. No, we did not live on a farm. We lived in town. My father was the sole provider. He worked 40 hours a week as a carpenter, later as a MASTER carpenter, 8 hours on Saturday for extra.

    We lived in a nice house from the time I remember, built by my dads hands, and I and my brothers hands. I would not trade my upbringing for anything. We never received any handouts when growing up.

    The one thing our parents taught us was a strong work ethic. And we learned well. All of my brothers and sisters are working professionals.

    This womens problem is that this is how she was raised by our social system. Courtesy of DemoncRATS. And can’t seem to cross her legs.

    Oh, the agrarian thing. My grandfather and uncle worked a farm in Iowa when I was between 0-6 years old. I do wish that he had kept it until I bought it from him. Because I would have loved being a farmer. But we never hoed his fields.

    People can raise large families without using them as slave labor on their farm, you dickhead.

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