I saw the headline this morning on MSM "29 year-old has 21 children." And thought, hmm, so the poor girl has been pregnant since she was eight? Must have been one of those marriages arranged right here in The Sandbox. Nope. Wrong. I didn't click on the page then - and now, it isn't news anymore - so that link is gone. But, I googled it.
Desmond Hatchett has TWENTY-ONE CHILDREN and he can't afford to pay child support! He had four children in one year - TWICE! That is only eight of the kids that HE cannot afford to feed [forget about the cost of diapers]. And that is twenty-one children who will never go to college. Heck, he'll be lucky if a quarter of them graduate high school [quick - someone - what are the statistics for this?] Who, exactly, does he think is ultimately going to wind up paying for the care and upbringing of all of those children? Care to venture a guess? Actually, I do feel just a bit of sympathy for those children. They did not ask to be born. How many of the eleven mothers 'he da' baby daddy of' are on welfare, I wonder. Eleven women - one man - twenty-one children.
The women are just as much at fault. If you can stomach it, watch the video. One mom, who has two of his spawn is supposed to collect $67.50 a month in child support and she says of one spawn "it make it through half da month - he's a heavy milk drinker and milk is not cheap." You didn't think of that before you spread your legs? [Pssst. Condoms are a lot less expensive than milk, you fool.] Your fault.
Knoxville needs to take a long hard [ha! pun intended!] look at their welfare rolls and start paring them down. You had a romp between the sheets with Desmond Hatchett and now you've got future welfare recipients in your household? Ut-uh. No more welfare benefits for you. Hey. Here is a novel idea. Get a job! [You have got to cull the herd, somehow.] No. I don't care if you have to pick lettuce or if you have to clean houses or you work at a fast food drive through window. [When I leave here, I'm going to need a cleaning person - that will be one vacant employment opportunity not yet available - woo hoo - doing my part to stimulate the economy!!! - but unfortunately I won't be going to Tennessee - too "blue" for me - and besides, Al Gore lives there and I don't buy all that "green" crap he's selling to everyone else and making a bundle on - suckers.] Let's face it. Call a spade a spade, here. Welfare breeds welfare. Break the cycle. Simple solution. Right?
Perhaps someone who is in a better place to be able to do more research on the whole eleven UNWED mothers who have been, obviously, nothing more than fertilization machines for Desmond would find out for us how these fertilization machines voted. I'm guessing, if they voted, they voted for the jeja. Perhaps they even voted more than once, and were registered two or three times, thanks to acorn... Oh. And now that acorn is going to assist with the newest census - just look at how many more tax dollars are going to be available to cities like Knoxville with this kind of breeding going on...
Okay. I'll stop. For now.
ADDENDUM: I've changed what I call this man from "low-life-disease-spreading-sperm-donor" to "low-life-sperm-donating-potential-disease-spreader."