Fourteen To Feed At Public Teat
Us Magazine reveals what most of us suspected.
Nadya Suleman, who gave birth to octuplets last month, is getting public assistance.That comes to about a buck a day per kid. She's the only person I know that will find the Costco-size baby food jars too small.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the 33-year-old Whittier, Calif., resident will receive $490 a month in food stamps. Three of her first six children are also disabled and receiving federal assistance.
(h/t to DLD again)