Catchy title, eh? The Auto Prophet has a post up on news that GM spends $15,000,000 on Viagra for its active and retired healthcare beneficiaries. The news originally came from Paul Eisenstein of The Car Connection who reported it in a radio interview and claimed it comes from a reliable source. So many jokes can be made, but if this is true it speaks volumes about why domestic car companies are being crushed under the weight of healthcare costs, particularly when what's being paid for is often not linked directly to health, but rather quality of life. GM should probably pop two Viagra itself and see if its sales go up at all.
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