Sunday, May 31, 2009

The LuLac Edition #834, May 31st, 2009



PHOTO INDEX: DNA PATERNITY TEST PRODUCT AND GOVERNOR ED RENDELL.


OH BABY 2

Last week in one of our editions, edition #829 in fact, we took Bristol Palin and her family to task for glamourizing her teenage pregnancy through the cover of People Magazine. We also made comments about unwed mothers bringing children into an uncertain world and questioned the judgement of these women. A story that I saw on line yesterday though made the Palin controversy pale in comparision. Desmond Hatchett of Knoxville, Tennessee has
fathered at least 20 children and maybe 21. This sex machine pig says he's impregnated at least 11 women and twice he's fathered four children in the same year. When Barry White was writing "Love Theme", I don't think he had this much multiplying in mind. The spotlight began to shine on Mr. Hatchett when his name appeared 11 times in one court docket regarding child support for fifteen kids. Hatchett is supposed to pay between $25 and $309 a month to each mother. But the state can only garnish 50 percent of his wages, to split among all the moms, and he only makes minimum wage. Some of the mothers get as little as $1.98. Mr. Sex Machine added a kicker to this story saying, "I didn't intend to have this many. It just happened". A couple of suggestions pal, maybe if you had respect for yourself and your women folk, this wouldn't just happen. Maybe if you kept it in your pants, this wouldn't just happen. Maybe if you weren't such a selfish, predatory animal, (and I'm being kind there) this wouldn't just happen. Three things outrage me about this story,
1. The taxpayers have to foot the bill for his lust.
2. No one is talking about fixing him.
3. The kids have no chance in life.
Here's the story from YOU TUBE:



"HE'D GET KILLED!!"

That was our own Governor Ed Rendell handicapping the chances of Congressman Joe Sestak on MSNBC Friday night if the former Admiral decided to challenge Arlen Specter in the 2010 Democratic Senatorial primary. Here's Governor Ed on "The Ed Show".

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9 Comments:

At 9:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Three things on this Desmond character story. First off the women down south have toi be very, very, very needy to hook up with him. Second, the video seems to show the guy having no remourse for bringing these kids into the world and not being able to afford them. Third, it is an example of total irresponsibility when it comes to child rearing. In this case spreading indiscrimantely of one's seed. At least with the Palin situation, it was a mistake as are other instances like it. This was not and as you so correctly point out, the kids are the victims because like you said, they have no chance.

 
At 1:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So if this guy shows no remourse, does that mean we can refer to him as a noremoursefulresourcesfulfornicator

 
At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats to Big Ed for stepping up on the Shendoah tragedy. A civil
rights investigation is called for
not to mention a mistrial for a complete lack of justice! Now if the Fast Large One can find his way to reconsider on the Scranton State School for the Deaf, alas that wont be happening because Ed cant read sign language or simply doesnt care about right and wrong.

 
At 4:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some control needs to be exercised over those who cant control themselves!

 
At 8:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey guys, Desmond here. Here's what happened. I'm walkin down the street minding my own business one day when my johnson comes out and i trip and fall on a woman in the vicinity. And damn, it just kept happening over and over and over. Next thing I know, I got 21 kids. Don't that beat all!!!!

 
At 8:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey people, Mr. Yonki included. Desmond might be a sperm spreading gigalo and a poor one at that but there are no reports that say the kids were or are in harm. Unlike the Times Leader story I read this afternoon regarding a Mr. Lamont Cherry who beat the crap out of an innocent little baby in this wonderful town of Wilkes Barre, Pa.

 
At 2:09 PM, Blogger JediMaster9780 said...

I hope Sestak does run and challenge Specter. I don't like party bosses deciding for voters who is and who is not gonna run.

A lot of people said Barack would get killed in a race against Hillary. His chances were slim at first.

 
At 8:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A comment about Mr. Cherry. He was the boyfriend. The mother, according to newspaper reports had a different last name than the baby. So Daddy was nowhere in sight. We all talk about the consequences of unwed motherhood, children without fathers. The outcomes can be, as we see today, deadly. Everybody bears responsibility, except the child who had no chance. Thanks to unwed mommie, nowhere to be scene daddy and big tough boyfriend!

 
At 9:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And yet 40% of births in the good old US of A are to single women. Don't look for someone to blame. That time is long gone. We need to figure out how to give these kids a fighting chance. Rearing children is hard enough when two adults are committed to the task. When there is only one, it becomes extremely difficult.

 

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