Fighting for what matters

Teachers’ union fights to restore Viagra coverage, costing estimated $726,000 annually

Enough cash to employ 12 full-time teachers.


  1. Once upon a time, insurance was about buying protection against the possible but unknowable future. Now it means buying full service of every possible treatment, medication, or therapy that exists, regardless of cost. It’s our “right.” I wonder why it keeps costing more?

    There is no reason Viagra should be covered under any regular medical insurance program. Funny thing about sex, people will find a way to get the funds necessary to perform it.

  2. I can see their point,

    Teachers (male type) need Viagra so they can keep their teenage nympho students satisfied.

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