Meet the first baby of 2009 and the l...

Meet the first baby of 2009 and the last baby of 2008 at Health...

There are 102 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jan 2, 2009, titled Meet the first baby of 2009 and the last baby of 2008 at Health.... In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

It took nearly an hour and a half for the first baby of 2009 to arrive at HealthAlliance Hospital/Leominster on New Year's Day.

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Sara

United States

#45 Jan 6, 2009
Congrats! Being a parent is the hardest job, but the best gift of all.
Enjoy the moments when your child is young, becuase before you know it they'll be all grown up!
Little Miss Sunshine

Princeton, MA

#46 Jan 6, 2009
scavenger wrote:
<quoted text>HARSH ?? Just looking at the next generation of welfare bums, drug dealers and street punks. What is it with these morons breeding like rodents and expecting the taxpayers to raise their illegitimate welps. What is wrong with todays society? It seems like the bigger waste a person is, the more they are rewarded with freebies! As far as HOPE goes, yes there is hope, I HOPE all these leeches either become productive citizens or else they get the heck out of the state.
WE know NOTHING about these people or the families. All of you assume the very worst and then comment on it like you are a KNOW IT ALL.

Nobody can ever just be happy for anybody. For all you know, a future president or congressman has been born. A future Docter even, who one day may save YOUR LIFE.

Thats hope. Looking to the good.

SO why don't all of you stop accusing and assuming the worst about people. Stop putting people down all the time. Take a look at your own lives, be appreciative for waht you have and MOVE ON.
scavenger

Princeton, MA

#47 Jan 6, 2009
just plain old honkey wrote:
<quoted text>
follow the sounds of gunfire and the smell of garlic.
Don't forget the trail of used needles and little empty plastic bags.
TRUTH

Boston, MA

#48 Jan 6, 2009
Little Miss Sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>
WE know NOTHING about these people or the families. All of you assume the very worst and then comment on it like you are a KNOW IT ALL.
Nobody can ever just be happy for anybody. For all you know, a future president or congressman has been born. A future Docter even, who one day may save YOUR LIFE.
Thats hope. Looking to the good.
SO why don't all of you stop accusing and assuming the worst about people. Stop putting people down all the time. Take a look at your own lives, be appreciative for waht you have and MOVE ON.
the thing is, we know everything about them. Wanna know how the rest of us know? We are not naive. Did you see their last name?

When it comes to the "Latino's" 9 out of 10 are exactly the same. lazy with no strive to better themselves. I think its almost time to get Slobodan Miloševi&#263; over here and show us how its done.
think

Quinebaug, CT

#49 Jan 7, 2009
Want to Puke wrote:
To be honest, I knew what I was going to read before I even clicked over to this Topix post. I knew I was going to be subjected to hideous comments by racist, small-minded people that will never rise past their own ignorance. Even still, the way that some people on these posts can take a happy event, such as the birth of a baby, and use it to proliferate racial and ethnic stereotypes makes me want to puke.
How can some people sink so low?
look you obviously have no clue, MOSt of the cockroaches are living off of me, period, get a clue
lost in space

Princeton, MA

#50 Jan 7, 2009
Sara wrote:
Congrats! Being a parent is the hardest job, but the best gift of all.
Enjoy the moments when your child is young, becuase before you know it they'll be all grown up!
Yeah, in a gang, selling dope , have 6 illegitimate brats of their own, a police record that strethces ti Springfield and back....
lost in space

Lynn, MA

#51 Jan 7, 2009
Little Miss Sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>
WE know NOTHING about these people or the families. All of you assume the very worst and then comment on it like you are a KNOW IT ALL.
Nobody can ever just be happy for anybody. For all you know, a future president or congressman has been born. A future Docter even, who one day may save YOUR LIFE.
Thats hope. Looking to the good.
SO why don't all of you stop accusing and assuming the worst about people. Stop putting people down all the time. Take a look at your own lives, be appreciative for waht you have and MOVE ON.
Have you been living in a different country for the last 30 years??? This seems to be a cultural thing around here, Come to Taxachusetts to breed, best welfare bennies in the country !!! I see no doctors or anything coming from this community, just a lot of police reports.
reality

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#52 Jan 7, 2009
Doesn't anyone ever see the reality of this situation????Look around,,see the way these people live and how they suck off the sytem and we all pay for it. It has been obvious for so long that these people are nothing but lazy criminals, some Do work and live normal lives, but not many. Hard working people are tired of being screwed and paying for losers and watching these minorities get away with EVERYTHING! Time for a change and clean up the state and country.
Little Miss Sunshine

Princeton, MA

#53 Jan 7, 2009
POSITIVE OPTIMISM makes the world a better place.

I do not live in the world with blinders on. I am well aware of what is going on in our world today.

Hope is being decimated every day, all around the world, not just here. Without hope for the future, what do you have?

It takes too much energy to be negative all the time and try to get through life’s day to day.

ward1person

Wellesley, MA

#54 Jan 7, 2009
agree! I'm tired of standing behind these people in line at the grocery store dressed to the nines, gold, leather, fingernails 6 feet long, carts overflowing....then they whip out the magic blue card. Fugdat!
Former Democrat

Lunenburg, MA

#55 Jan 7, 2009
I took my 74 y/o recently widowed neighbor to sign up for foodstamps and fuel assistance. The waiting rooms were overflowing with babies who had anchor babies in fancy carriages, young boys with backwards baseball caps and more tattoos than I could count, lots of gold jewelry,(and yes - fingernails 6 feet long) and all you could hear was Spanish babbling, NO ENGLISH. Nobody stood to give the elderly woman a seat. No manners, just rude stares and snickers as if she didn't belong there. The only time I heard English (spoken with a heavy Spanish accent) was somebody complaining that "heads are gonna roll, these office workers don't know nuthin, they don't know their jobs,they gotta be fired".... Very frustrating. Very sad that the liberals are fighting to keep these parasitic baby making machines and their sperm donors on the dole. I used to be one of the liberals feeling bad for these scumbags until I visited several social service agencies and saw these tax eaters in action.
TRUTH

Boston, MA

#56 Jan 7, 2009
Former Democrat wrote:
I took my 74 y/o recently widowed neighbor to sign up for foodstamps and fuel assistance. The waiting rooms were overflowing with babies who had anchor babies in fancy carriages, young boys with backwards baseball caps and more tattoos than I could count, lots of gold jewelry,(and yes - fingernails 6 feet long) and all you could hear was Spanish babbling, NO ENGLISH. Nobody stood to give the elderly woman a seat. No manners, just rude stares and snickers as if she didn't belong there. The only time I heard English (spoken with a heavy Spanish accent) was somebody complaining that "heads are gonna roll, these office workers don't know nuthin, they don't know their jobs,they gotta be fired".... Very frustrating. Very sad that the liberals are fighting to keep these parasitic baby making machines and their sperm donors on the dole. I used to be one of the liberals feeling bad for these scumbags until I visited several social service agencies and saw these tax eaters in action.
I'm telling you!!! I don't care what they do. i don't even care if the leach of the welfare system. all I'm asking is they display this thing called common courtesy.

I am 100% convince that's word doesn't have a spanish translation. If it does, they need to practice saying it.

Massachusetts is beginning to look like Germany before ww2 except now the Jews and Communist are the Puerto Ricans.
system sux

Berlin, MA

#57 Jan 7, 2009
Former Democrat wrote:
I took my 74 y/o recently widowed neighbor to sign up for foodstamps and fuel assistance. The waiting rooms were overflowing with babies who had anchor babies in fancy carriages, young boys with backwards baseball caps and more tattoos than I could count, lots of gold jewelry,(and yes - fingernails 6 feet long) and all you could hear was Spanish babbling, NO ENGLISH. Nobody stood to give the elderly woman a seat. No manners, just rude stares and snickers as if she didn't belong there. The only time I heard English (spoken with a heavy Spanish accent) was somebody complaining that "heads are gonna roll, these office workers don't know nuthin, they don't know their jobs,they gotta be fired".... Very frustrating. Very sad that the liberals are fighting to keep these parasitic baby making machines and their sperm donors on the dole. I used to be one of the liberals feeling bad for these scumbags until I visited several social service agencies and saw these tax eaters in action.
YOU are soooooooooo right! Look at ALL the public housing,95% Ricans,BUT, if the friggan system alows this why not take advantage of it! My mom is 76 recieves $978 a month in s.s.i. work for 58 years,pays $625 amonth in rent ,$100 amonth for utities,$33 cable $40 a month phone,$125 a month for prescripitions,and DOES NOT qualify for food stamps! I also went to 425 Main St.and there were Ricans outside the bulding,and at least,23 plus 20kids in the waiting room,and not one spoke any English,but one kid about 11 years did get up and told my mom"Excuse me ma"am please take my seat"I thanked him and told him what a cosiderate thing he did which made me feel good.
Little Miss Sunshine

Princeton, MA

#58 Jan 7, 2009
system sux wrote:
<quoted text> YOU are soooooooooo right! Look at ALL the public housing,95% Ricans,BUT, if the friggan system alows this why not take advantage of it! My mom is 76 recieves $978 a month in s.s.i. work for 58 years,pays $625 amonth in rent ,$100 amonth for utities,$33 cable $40 a month phone,$125 a month for prescripitions,and DOES NOT qualify for food stamps! I also went to 425 Main St.and there were Ricans outside the bulding,and at least,23 plus 20kids in the waiting room,and not one spoke any English,but one kid about 11 years did get up and told my mom"Excuse me ma"am please take my seat"I thanked him and told him what a cosiderate thing he did which made me feel good.
Sounds like HOPE to me.
Thanks for sharing!

SEE, there is HOPE in this world and this story proves it.
Truth

Boston, MA

#59 Jan 7, 2009
system sux wrote:
<quoted text> YOU are soooooooooo right! Look at ALL the public housing,95% Ricans,BUT, if the friggan system alows this why not take advantage of it! My mom is 76 recieves $978 a month in s.s.i. work for 58 years,pays $625 amonth in rent ,$100 amonth for utities,$33 cable $40 a month phone,$125 a month for prescripitions,and DOES NOT qualify for food stamps! I also went to 425 Main St.and there were Ricans outside the bulding,and at least,23 plus 20kids in the waiting room,and not one spoke any English,but one kid about 11 years did get up and told my mom"Excuse me ma"am please take my seat"I thanked him and told him what a cosiderate thing he did which made me feel good.
they should give that child an award!
The most polite Puerto Rican award.

I too know some good ones.
excuse me, make that one.
Newt

Leominster, MA

#60 Jan 7, 2009
Former Democrat wrote:
I took my 74 y/o recently widowed neighbor to sign up for foodstamps and fuel assistance. The waiting rooms were overflowing with babies who had anchor babies in fancy carriages, young boys with backwards baseball caps and more tattoos than I could count, lots of gold jewelry,(and yes - fingernails 6 feet long) and all you could hear was Spanish babbling, NO ENGLISH. Nobody stood to give the elderly woman a seat. No manners, just rude stares and snickers as if she didn't belong there. The only time I heard English (spoken with a heavy Spanish accent) was somebody complaining that "heads are gonna roll, these office workers don't know nuthin, they don't know their jobs,they gotta be fired".... Very frustrating. Very sad that the liberals are fighting to keep these parasitic baby making machines and their sperm donors on the dole. I used to be one of the liberals feeling bad for these scumbags until I visited several social service agencies and saw these tax eaters in action.
Main Entry: re·pub·li·can
Pronunciation:\ri-&#712;p &#601;-bli-k&#601;n\
Function: noun
Date: 1699
1: one that favors or supports a republican form of government.
2: a democrat who has been mugged.
Former Democrat

Lunenburg, MA

#61 Jan 7, 2009
system sux wrote:
<quoted text> YOU are soooooooooo right! Look at ALL the public housing,95% Ricans,BUT, if the friggan system alows this why not take advantage of it! My mom is 76 recieves $978 a month in s.s.i. work for 58 years,pays $625 amonth in rent ,$100 amonth for utities,$33 cable $40 a month phone,$125 a month for prescripitions,and DOES NOT qualify for food stamps! I also went to 425 Main St.and there were Ricans outside the bulding,and at least,23 plus 20kids in the waiting room,and not one spoke any English,but one kid about 11 years did get up and told my mom"Excuse me ma"am please take my seat"I thanked him and told him what a cosiderate thing he did which made me feel good.
I am acquainted with 2 decent, hardworking Puerto Ricans; but honestly, the vast majority in the Fitchburg/Leom area have been raised with the gimme attitude: gimme my foodstamps, gimme my public housing, gimme my SSI, gimme my free health care, gimme my fuel assistance, and gimme it NOW. I suggest that anyone calling me a racist first spend a few hours at the local foodstamp, fuel assistance or social security office and observe the actions and attitude of the clientele.(by the way, bring a translator, unless you speak fluent Spanish, you'll definitely need one).
Former Democrat

Lunenburg, MA

#62 Jan 7, 2009
Newt wrote:
<quoted text>
Main Entry: re·pub·li·can
Pronunciation:\ri-&#712;p &#601;-bli-k&#601;n\
Function: noun
Date: 1699
1: one that favors or supports a republican form of government.
2: a democrat who has been mugged.
I love it! Thanks for the laugh!!!!
dark cloud

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#63 Jan 8, 2009
Little Miss Sunshine wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like HOPE to me.
Thanks for sharing!
SEE, there is HOPE in this world and this story proves it.
Get a life,,1 out of every 500 ,,they are all low lofe, and I agree,,GIMME GIMME GIMME NOW!!!I am tired of working my ass off and seeing their lazy welfare collecting asses in nicer cars than I have, all being paid for with welfare and drug money and not paying rent or medical insurance. They need to go before we are taken over by the rats.
dark cloud

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#64 Jan 8, 2009
low lofe = low lifes

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