From Pine View Farm

“I Get Aid. You Get Welfare.” 2

Just like money for workers is “pork-barrel spending” and money for bankers is “asset relief.” (Aside: Jeez oh man! you can’t make this stuff up.)

It’s just a question of symantics I’ve been doing computers too long semantics (emphasis added):

Suleman had told NBC News correspondent Ann Curry in an interview that she was not receiving welfare. (Publicist Michael) Furtney said Suleman didn’t consider the food stamps and SSI to be welfare.

“In Nadya’s view, the money that she gets from the food stamp program … and the resources disabilities payments she gets for her three children are not welfare,” he said. “They are part of programs designed to help people with need, and she does not see that as welfare.”

Via Skippy.

Extremely jaundiced commentary here, via Sullivan.



  1. Karen

    February 10, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    All of those poor children should be taken from that MORON & be allowed to be adopted by parents who want CHILDREN, not a basis for freebies to be given to her.

    (Please take note of the restraint I used. It hurt.)

  2. Frank

    February 10, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    I wouldn’t want to put it on the front page, but I do think the young lady has issues.