Nadya Suleman is lucky. The health care and treatment of her octuplets will be paid for almost exclusively through state programs. That is through a mix of disability, welfare payments, and Medi-Cal. That’s just the start. She’s even put up a Web site soliciting private donations for the kid’s care. If her luck holds she may get a fat payoff from a TV reality show or book deal. No such luck for California’s nearly 1 million uninsured children. There‘s no multi-million dollar TV reality show or book deal bailout on tap to pay for their health care.