Say what you will about the illegal Mexicans in the country - their families are not as large as you'd think and they work to feed them.
In the space of a week, Angel Adams and a dozen of her 15 children was to have gone from living in a rundown, one-room motel room to a six-bedroom house, if all had gone according to plan.
After she was evicted last month for not telling her landlord she had 12 children in her care, Adams, 37, landed in the Economy Inn on Busch Boulevard. Her plight came to light after she complained that the government didn't do enough to help her.
She responded to critics who say she's milking the system by saying, "Well, I tell those people I do pay for them [her children]. I have been paying for them and that's why I'm where I'm at today."
Last week, she said she had a right to have as many children as she wanted, even though she couldn't support them.
Adams' comments about social welfare agencies not doing enough to help was widely criticized during the past week. She doesn't currently have a job. Her children were fathered by three men, including one who is in prison.
She lost her children two years ago after neglect accusations, but the family was reunited six months ago. Three of the 15 children don't live with her.
Please note that when Jesus said we should care for the poor, He did not suggest that the State take our money against our will to do for us. Because that is simply theft.
What will they call the reality series? "Welfare Queen Plus 14?"