Mother Of The Year?

Believe it or not, an organization actually has given Dina Lohan a "Mother of the Year" award. Apparently, they didn't have very high standards. Here is a woman who has one daughter in and out of rehab and is now setting a very poor example for another daughter, Ali (pictured above with Lady Lohan).

She actually had the nerve to tell the New York Daily News that "it's impossible for Ali to be in school full-time, because she is in this business. She is home schooled. I'm a firm believer in staying in school but, the business, it's gotten difficult for Ali to be in school."

Um, what exactly is keeping Ali from going to school? Is it the reality show that she and her mom are doing to prove to the dozens of people that watch it that she isn't the world's worst mother? Or could it be all that shopping time with Lindsay or the trips with Lindsay that is getting in the way? Let's face it. Dina Lohan is no longer getting money from whoring out Lindsay so she needs another money making daughter to replace her.

It sure isn't acting that's getting in the way.

You would think that seeing what she and her ex-husband have done to one daughter that they might learn something and not do it again. Guess not. Where is child services when they are needed? Just because people have money doesn't mean they are fit parents.

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Celebrities seem to be able to get away with a lot without child protective services stepping in. We see it all the time. If it were you or I, you can bet they would have long ago taken the kids away from us. It's a double standard. And the sad part is it's the kids who suffer.

She got first place for Worst Celebrity Mother. I heard that on the radio. Others were Britney Spears, Courtney Love, and Alex McCord, whoever that is.

Best were Jennifer Gardner, Michelle Obama, and Reese Witherspoon.

But I get your point.