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Kate Gosselin: Working ‘Regular Jobs’ Is ‘Mediocre’

posted by mattaug

Perhaps she was still too upset and emotional about the end of her recently-cancelled reality series Kate Plus 8, but Kate Gosselin’s Monday morning interview on Today was quite revealing.

Unfortunately for her, not in a good way as when she replied to her ex-husband Jon  Gosselin being reportedly pleased about the end of the show.

Kate Gosselin

“It’s a situation where Jon may be accepting of mediocre for his kids and working a regular job … I want the best for my kids and the best opportunities not unlike any parent.”

I guess Kate Gosselin doesn’t understand that millions of Americans work  “regular jobs” every day and there is nothing wrong with that.

Thank God for my “regular” mechanics at Chapel Hill Tire Care, my regular cashiers at Lowe’s Foods, my bagel bakers at Brueggers (say that last one 10 times straight) and dentists and doctors like Dr. Sidharth Bansal of Pittsboro.

A special line is reserved here for “regular” police, firefighters and pastors like Anthony Baxter of Ridge Full Gospel Christian Church on Long Island, doing the most “regular” and BEST job of all … serving the Lord.

Those so-called “regular” people have helped me in numerous ways and I am blessed to have access to them.

Kate Gosselin should have just stuck to this statement, which she later said in her interview with Matt Lauer.

“To be a good parent is to work as hard as you can and give them the best opportunities in life …” she added.

In my opinion, a “regular” job in the real world, not the “reality” world might be what’s best for Kate Gosselin.

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Sylvia

posted September 20, 2011 at 6:16 pm


Gosselin completely forgot were she comes from. Her program was only about trips and spoiling her kids and especially her. I think she didn’t had a childhood, because every time they went to an amusement park she was the one having fun, she hates to take care of her whining kids. I pray to God for a normal jobs for my husband and my son!



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mattaug

posted September 13, 2011 at 12:26 pm


she should think before she speaks…and not be bitter about the amazing success she has enjoyed to this point.



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Kim Wilczyk

posted September 13, 2011 at 11:57 am


I’m sick and tired of her and her whole gimmicky life. She needs to go away. She’s a joke.



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