Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Corzine to poor, impotent men: No more pills for your johnson

In an effort to save the state of New Jersey $1.5 million and put an ever-so-slight dent in the $5 billion budget deficit, Governor Jon Corzine announced that Medicaid coverage for Viagra, Cialis and similar impotence medications would be discontinued beginning in the next fiscal year (to start July 1, 2006).

Of course, this is in addition to the $12,500 the state saved this year after it stopped paying for erectile dysfunction drugs for 55 men on the state's registered sex offender's list.

Sorry men, no more stiffies on the public tit.

The fact that there is a public tit should be enough.
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