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On Thursday’s edition of the “Savage Nation,” conservative talk show host Michael Savage blamed immigrant families for America’s financial burdens, saying that immigrant women “[knock] out babies like loaves of bread” in order to get more welfare benefits.
“It’s a much bigger picture here than you may have imagined,” he said. “It’s not the hard-working busboy or the gardener or the maid or the cook that we all see every day. It’s the silent millions sitting at home who do not work, they’re not the gardeners, they’re not the cooks, they’re not the maids. They’re sitting at home knocking out babies like loaves of bread, because each baby is a meal ticket.”
“Who do you think is emigrating from these countries, the cream of the crop?” he asked listeners. “Well, no, some are just poor and they’re looking for a better life. And what better way to have a better life than welfare? They live better on welfare than they do in their own countries.”
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A dream vacation has turned into a financial nightmare for one Saskatchewan couple, after a mom-to-be gave birth while on holiday in Hawaii.
Jennifer Huculak and her husband have been saddled with a medical bill of nearly $1 million after she gave birth to her daughter in the U.S.
Huculak was six months pregnant when she flew to Hawaii for a holiday with her husband in October 2013. Before her trip, she bought Blue Cross insurance and received approval from her doctor.
But two days into her trip, Huculak’s water broke and she spent the next six weeks on bed rest in a Hawaiian hospital. Her daughter was born nine weeks early and spent two months in intensive care.