Illegal Alien Gets Taxpayer Funded Penis Pump

There are 20 comments on the michellemalkin.com story from Jul 17, 2010, titled Illegal Alien Gets Taxpayer Funded Penis Pump. In it, michellemalkin.com reports that:

We might as well go ahead and coin the phrase "undocumented erection."

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“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#1 Jul 17, 2010
I bet this pisses off all the impotent White American males out there.

LMFAO

“THE RUMBLE WILL BECOME A ROAR”

Since: Dec 06

United States of America

#2 Jul 17, 2010
Rico from East Los II wrote:
I bet this pisses off all the impotent White American males out there.
LMFAO
Imagine that, an illegal alien that needs a penis pump, so much for Macho!
mcss

Oak Ridge, TN

#3 Jul 17, 2010
NON COMPLACENT TWINK wrote:
<quoted text>
Imagine that, an illegal alien that needs a penis pump, so much for Macho!
Go figure, they finally came up with a technology that made mini-pumps. lol

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#4 Jul 17, 2010
NON COMPLACENT TWINK wrote:
<quoted text>
Imagine that, an illegal alien that needs a penis pump, so much for Macho!
That would be an undocumented erection.

LMFAO

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#5 Jul 17, 2010
mcss wrote:
<quoted text>Go figure, they finally came up with a technology that made mini-pumps. lol
Why you act surprised?

You've had them for years.

ROLF
mcss

Oak Ridge, TN

#8 Jul 17, 2010
Rico, tell the truth. You are the beneficiary of the little pump, aren't you? Rico? Stop now you'll go blind.
RadicalTIm

Palmdale, CA

#9 Jul 17, 2010
I tried one and it says I'd gain 1-3 and it didn't work, my unit is still 4in:(
Common sense guy

Palmdale, CA

#10 Jul 17, 2010
If u believe this ur dumber than
Ur posts
Justus O Peace

AOL

#11 Jul 17, 2010
What's next, in vitero fertilization to help them crap out the anchor babies faster?

BTW Rico: Besa mi Culo

“THE RUMBLE WILL BECOME A ROAR”

Since: Dec 06

United States of America

#12 Jul 17, 2010
Justus O Peace wrote:
What's next, in vitero fertilization to help them crap out the anchor babies faster?
BTW Rico: Besa mi Culo
They already do!
6 + 4 = 1 Tenuous Existence
An illegal immigrant couple with six children were already living in poverty. Then the quadruplets arrived. They're still in a daze.

July 28, 2006|Sam Quinones, Times Staff Writer
With two teenage daughters at home and triplets still in diapers, Angela Magdaleno's family overflowed from a one-bedroom apartment in South Los Angeles that they strained to afford.
Diapers had to be changed 15 times a day, feedings held every three hours. One triplet, 3-year-old Alfredo Jr., needed special attention because he was born with liquid on his brain and partially paralyzed.
Even simple events -- like going to the store -- required complex orchestration.
And that was before the quadruplets arrived.
On July 6, Magdaleno gave birth to two boys and two girls, drawing national media attention as a bewildered mother of 10 (with nine living at home). Now, she and her husband, Alfredo Anzaldo, 44, must figure out how to provide for everyone on Anzaldo's maximum pay of $400 a week as a carpet installer.
As cameras flashed two weeks ago, capturing the 40-year-old mother with her newest progeny, she appeared dazed, even morose. They'd have to leave their $600-a-month apartment for something bigger. They'd have to buy a minivan with room for four more car seats.
"I was afraid," she said. "I still feel like I can't believe it."
U.S. immigrants' stories often are about reinvention and newfound prosperity, about leaving behind poverty and limitations.
But that is not Magdaleno's story.
Both Magdaleno and Anzaldo are illegal immigrants, settled for years in an immigrant enclave. Magdaleno has the same number of children as her parents, who were peasant farmers in Mexico. Like her parents, she is living in poverty and struggling to provide for her family.
Magdaleno struggles to explain. She said she was wearing a birth-control patch to keep from getting pregnant, then took it off when it made her nauseated.

"I didn't want any more children," said Magdaleno, who used fertility drugs to conceive the triplets but said she did not use them in the case of the quadruplets.
Neither Magdaleno nor her husband speaks English, though she has been in the United States 22 years and he 28. Even her teenage daughters speak mostly Spanish; their English vocabulary is limited.
Yet all of Magdaleno's 10 children are U.S. citizens. The triplets receive subsidized school lunches. All the youngsters have had their healthcare bills covered by Medi-Cal, the state and federal healthcare program for the poor.
Alfredo Jr. had been hospitalized all his life until recently. He's had three state-funded brain operations and will require several more, the family said. The couple receive $700 in monthly Social Security payments to help with his medical needs.

http://articles.latimes.com/2006/jul/28/local...
mcss

Oak Ridge, TN

#13 Jul 17, 2010
How come the old man didn't get snipped? It would have been covered by Medi-cal wouldn't it? Unreal.But $700.00 from social security plus $400 x 4=$1600+700=$2300 a month. Food stamps for a family of 10 is about 500 more a month. WIC program for the babies. This pays for the formula, as she probably didn't want to breast-feed.:)And they are illegal. The teen-age kids speak little English. Probably because they didn't finish school. Parents don't give a rats behind if they did or didn't. 22-28 years in this country and can's speak English, but can surely grab the bennies. Nice. And some poor old illegal is worried about his penis needing pumped up. That's it, from now on I'm gonna say I'm illegal-gimme something.
zooz

Des Moines, IA

#14 Jul 17, 2010
This one needs to be publicized, Partly because it has a funny side to it, but also because it shows how much of a lie it is that they do not get benefits.

They get way to many benefits.

http://www.shakopeenews.com/news/general_news...

That is a link to the entire article.
amberdru

Columbus, OH

#15 Jul 17, 2010
NON COMPLACENT TWINK wrote:
<quoted text>
They already do!
6 + 4 = 1 Tenuous Existence
An illegal immigrant couple with six children were already living in poverty. Then the quadruplets arrived. They're still in a daze.
July 28, 2006|Sam Quinones, Times Staff Writer
With two teenage daughters at home and triplets still in diapers, Angela Magdaleno's family overflowed from a one-bedroom apartment in South Los Angeles that they strained to afford.
Diapers had to be changed 15 times a day, feedings held every three hours. One triplet, 3-year-old Alfredo Jr., needed special attention because he was born with liquid on his brain and partially paralyzed.
Even simple events -- like going to the store -- required complex orchestration.
And that was before the quadruplets arrived.
On July 6, Magdaleno gave birth to two boys and two girls, drawing national media attention as a bewildered mother of 10 (with nine living at home). Now, she and her husband, Alfredo Anzaldo, 44, must figure out how to provide for everyone on Anzaldo's maximum pay of $400 a week as a carpet installer.
As cameras flashed two weeks ago, capturing the 40-year-old mother with her newest progeny, she appeared dazed, even morose. They'd have to leave their $600-a-month apartment for something bigger. They'd have to buy a minivan with room for four more car seats.
"I was afraid," she said. "I still feel like I can't believe it."
U.S. immigrants' stories often are about reinvention and newfound prosperity, about leaving behind poverty and limitations.
But that is not Magdaleno's story.
Both Magdaleno and Anzaldo are illegal immigrants, settled for years in an immigrant enclave. Magdaleno has the same number of children as her parents, who were peasant farmers in Mexico. Like her parents, she is living in poverty and struggling to provide for her family.
Magdaleno struggles to explain. She said she was wearing a birth-control patch to keep from getting pregnant, then took it off when it made her nauseated.
"I didn't want any more children," said Magdaleno, who used fertility drugs to conceive the triplets but said she did not use them in the case of the quadruplets.
Neither Magdaleno nor her husband speaks English, though she has been in the United States 22 years and he 28. Even her teenage daughters speak mostly Spanish; their English vocabulary is limited.
Yet all of Magdaleno's 10 children are U.S. citizens. The triplets receive subsidized school lunches. All the youngsters have had their healthcare bills covered by Medi-Cal, the state and federal healthcare program for the poor.
Alfredo Jr. had been hospitalized all his life until recently. He's had three state-funded brain operations and will require several more, the family said. The couple receive $700 in monthly Social Security payments to help with his medical needs.
http://articles.latimes.com/2006/jul/28/local...
This is really sickening.
Stop the madness

Waterbury, CT

#16 Jul 17, 2010
zooz wrote:
This one needs to be publicized, Partly because it has a funny side to it, but also because it shows how much of a lie it is that they do not get benefits.
They get way to many benefits.
http://www.shakopeenews.com/news/general_news...
That is a link to the entire article.
Yep, poor illegals. No viable finances and with 3 kids, SHE uses fertility drugs. Selfish users. Kick their clan back to Mexico---let them pay for this litter....and the child who needs life-long care. November can't get here fast enough. And, thank you, Jan Brewer.

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#17 Jul 17, 2010
mcss wrote:
Rico, tell the truth. You are the beneficiary of the little pump, aren't you? Rico? Stop now you'll go blind.
My woman is quite content with what makes my goods go up and apparently so are you.

Go find your own piece of meat to play with or could it be that you been hanging around all those impotent little White boys?

LMFAO

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#18 Jul 17, 2010
NON COMPLACENT TWINK wrote:
<quoted text>
They already do!
6 + 4 = 1 Tenuous Existence
An illegal immigrant couple with six children were already living in poverty. Then the quadruplets arrived. They're still in a daze.
July 28, 2006|Sam Quinones, Times Staff Writer
With two teenage daughters at home and triplets still in diapers, Angela Magdaleno's family overflowed from a one-bedroom apartment in South Los Angeles that they strained to afford.
Diapers had to be changed 15 times a day, feedings held every three hours. One triplet, 3-year-old Alfredo Jr., needed special attention because he was born with liquid on his brain and partially paralyzed.
Even simple events -- like going to the store -- required complex orchestration.
And that was before the quadruplets arrived.
On July 6, Magdaleno gave birth to two boys and two girls, drawing national media attention as a bewildered mother of 10 (with nine living at home). Now, she and her husband, Alfredo Anzaldo, 44, must figure out how to provide for everyone on Anzaldo's maximum pay of $400 a week as a carpet installer.
As cameras flashed two weeks ago, capturing the 40-year-old mother with her newest progeny, she appeared dazed, even morose. They'd have to leave their $600-a-month apartment for something bigger. They'd have to buy a minivan with room for four more car seats.
"I was afraid," she said. "I still feel like I can't believe it."
U.S. immigrants' stories often are about reinvention and newfound prosperity, about leaving behind poverty and limitations.
But that is not Magdaleno's story.
Both Magdaleno and Anzaldo are illegal immigrants, settled for years in an immigrant enclave. Magdaleno has the same number of children as her parents, who were peasant farmers in Mexico. Like her parents, she is living in poverty and struggling to provide for her family.
Magdaleno struggles to explain. She said she was wearing a birth-control patch to keep from getting pregnant, then took it off when it made her nauseated.
"I didn't want any more children," said Magdaleno, who used fertility drugs to conceive the triplets but said she did not use them in the case of the quadruplets.
Neither Magdaleno nor her husband speaks English, though she has been in the United States 22 years and he 28. Even her teenage daughters speak mostly Spanish; their English vocabulary is limited.
Yet all of Magdaleno's 10 children are U.S. citizens. The triplets receive subsidized school lunches. All the youngsters have had their healthcare bills covered by Medi-Cal, the state and federal healthcare program for the poor.
Alfredo Jr. had been hospitalized all his life until recently. He's had three state-funded brain operations and will require several more, the family said. The couple receive $700 in monthly Social Security payments to help with his medical needs.
http://articles.latimes.com/2006/jul/28/local...
I wonder how that OCTOMOM is doing. You know those damn nut case white americans.

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#19 Jul 17, 2010
Justus O Peace wrote:
What's next, in vitero fertilization to help them crap out the anchor babies faster?
BTW Rico: Besa mi Culo
Just open your mouth, I'm sure their plenty of spermatozoids swimming around in there to help out.
HeHeHe

San Bernardino, CA

#20 Jul 17, 2010
mcss wrote:
<quoted text>Go figure, they finally came up with a technology that made mini-pumps. lol
Actually, Rico got a taxpayer funded inflatable doll pump. LOL
USA 1st

Canada

#21 Jul 17, 2010
This has been going on for years. 37 years ago I met a mexican man who was a dishwasher. He had 10 kids and was on public assistance. His brother was no better. All they knew was how to make babies they couldn't afford and collect benefits.
Cream filled Blowup Doll

Westlake Village, CA

#22 Jul 17, 2010
HeHeHe wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, Rico got a taxpayer funded inflatable doll pump. LOL
Yea I sold my used one to your mother.

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