Milwaukee teachers fight for Viagra d...

Milwaukee teachers fight for Viagra drug coverage

There are 30 comments on the story from Aug 6, 2010, titled Milwaukee teachers fight for Viagra drug coverage. In it, reports that:

With the district in a financial crisis and hundreds of its members facing layoffs, the Milwaukee teachers union is taking a peculiar stand: fighting to get their taxpayer-funded Viagra back.

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Saint Paul, MN

#2 Aug 6, 2010
The entire issue here should come down to medical necessity. We bemaon the increasing costs of medical insurance, but wnat our Cadillac coverages. From fertility treatments to botox, there are many medical treatments that have little to do with medical necessity. I may want my teeth whitened so I feel better about my smile, but I would not expect my insurance to pay for it.
Tom Do Her

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Aug 6, 2010
they're mostly a bunch of d*cks anyway

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Aug 6, 2010
Discrimination against male employees??? What a joke. Maybe these guys should worry less about what's in their pants and more about educating the kids. Sounds like their priorities are way out of perspective.

Duluth, MN

#7 Aug 6, 2010
What????? Teacher's unions need to go. If they spent as much time worrying about their students as their benefits, we'd have some of the brightest students in the world but as it is we keep slip further and further behind other countries who have way less than we do. Facts don't lie....

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Aug 6, 2010
So they've spent two years and countless dollars for this. Yep - "More money for education!". The wasting of time and money has taught me something - these teacher unions are not helping to get the students educated.
Patrick S

Minneapolis, MN

#9 Aug 6, 2010
Why does this whole entire article just sound so wrong in so many ways for?
First, they want the tax payers to cover Viagra for both the men and woman. Ok I guess there is something to that, if you want to have a great sex life sure. But why at the cost of our children? No if you want it you go and pay for it yourself.
Second, we all probably have kids and we send them to school thinking that they are going to get educated, but instead they go to school and the teacher stands up from behind the desk with a raging boner going on because he took a Viagra, sorry I don't want my kids to see that at all and I don't think that anybody else wants to see that either?
Third, with all of these reports of teachers having sex with their students, do you really want to pay for their Viagra for both men and woman with your tax dollars? Hell I don't think so.

These people need to go back so school themselves and learn something. This is just messed up in so many ways. I agree with the ones that say get rid of the unions, they are wasting our hard earned money and wasting it on stupid stuff like this. They also have practically screwed the people in the automobile sector and the rest of the US with there we want more money and what ever else. Well guess what it was both the union and the Big shots fault for the massive automobile bail outs, if both sides weren't so stinking greedy there wouldn't of been such a massive problem at all and the tax payers wouldn't of had to bail you all out. But greed is in every part of the work force from the peon to the owner. But this union wanting Viagra thats just completely unexceptable in so many ways. Next time you want the people to back you up make sure that its for educational reasons and nothing else.
Be Realistic

Eau Claire, WI

#10 Aug 6, 2010
And these are the people teaching our kids?
Chinese Delivery Guy

Rochester, MN

#11 Aug 6, 2010
Viagra and it's affects was discovered serendipitously, in other words, by accident. Why does Pfizer insist on making so much money off it? They can't justify it's cost by saying they have to recover all the money they spent on research. It's Pfizer that doesn't deserve the money in this story.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#12 Aug 6, 2010
Only in Wisconsin...they are complete fools.

Owatonna, MN

#13 Aug 6, 2010
Considering most Wisco women look like swamp rhinos they should be eating Viagra like chicklets.
uh oh

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Aug 6, 2010
These teachers are getting "stiffed" with their health coverage!!
Ms V

Saint Paul, MN

#15 Aug 6, 2010
I wanted children but cannot afford adoption, fertility drugs, IVF, or a surrogate - insurance didn't cover it so I went without. Perhaps if we as a society dealt with our sexuality issues up front instead of suppressing them to the point of denial than maybe some of the drugs wouldn't be needed in the first place.
Freedom Lover

Minneapolis, MN

#16 Aug 6, 2010
Yeah. That's what we need. Moer stiff middle aged perverts in the classroom.

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#17 Aug 6, 2010
Burns wrote:
Considering most Wisco women look like swamp rhinos they should be eating Viagra like chicklets.
Are you blind? Minnesota women look the same way.

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#18 Aug 6, 2010
IrishMN wrote:
Only in Wisconsin...they are complete fools.
Yeah. You're making Minnesota look real intelligent.

Owatonna, MN

#19 Aug 6, 2010
Comfortably_Numb wrote:
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Are you blind? Minnesota women look the same way.
Not your wife when she is unwrapped at my house.

Since: Jul 10

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#20 Aug 6, 2010
Burns wrote:
<quoted text>Not your wife when she is unwrapped at my house.
Good thing my wife isn't from Minnesota then.

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