January 31, 2009
Octuplets Born to Single Mom of Six
Posted in authored by John Gohde tagged authored by John Gohde, Health Insurance, Health Insurance Premiums, Large Multiple Births, Nadya Suleman, Octuplet Mom, Octuplets, Single Moms, Throw Away Dads, Women's Reproductive Rights at 12:57 pm by John Gohde
Six boys and two girls were were recently born to a mom who already has six children. The 33-year-old mother, Nadya Suleman, has been reported to be obsessed with having children since she was a teenager by her own mother. Nadya simply prefers not to be married.
The Southern California resident gave birth to octuplets this week in Whittier, California. Crushing medical costs are often expected to follow high-multiple births over the lifetime of the children. Costs in the million dollar plus range for octuplets is entirely possible. It is expected that these six boys and two female babies will be spending at least the next several weeks in the hospital.
The way John H. Gohde understands the situation: Nadya Suleman, as a women with reproductive rights, simply wanted another child. The young fertile mother was not conceiving fast enough. What this single mom wanted, our perfect society was all too happy to provide to her with a smile; with no hard questions being asked.
Hard Questions Raised by Octuplets
John H. Gohde asks: Who is going to pay for all of this? Insurance or Society? Maybe insurance, but who in the end pays the premiums for health insurance? Thanks to these large multiple birth moms who have a right to have big families, everyone should be expecting to be crushed in the near future by a major jump in their health insurance premiums. It is a sure bet that over the lifetimes of the octuplets society in the end will be paying for their problems, one way or the other. Are these octuplets likely to be exceptionally gifted? Or, are they more likely to be problematic throughout their lives, asks John H. Gohde?
Octuplets Will Save Their House
A friend of the mother claimed that Nadya has enough money to raise 14 children. And, that she is not on welfare. Yet, Nadya lives with her mother who reportedly filed for bankruptcy last March, but had her case dismissed. The grandmother’s liabilities were reported to be $981,371. If Nadya was sponging off her mom with only six to feed, which could account for at least some of this debt, where will the octuplets live when the properties are sold to pay for the grandmother’s debt? Was that the real reason behind the birth of these octuplets? Yes, how can those bad debt collectors possible throw the caretakers of octuplets into the street?
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