The Pentagon Spent $84.2 Million On Boner Pills Last Year

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The Pentagon Spent $84.2 Million On Boner Pills Last Year

Every year, tens of millions of taxpayer dollars go straight into the penises of our military officials.

Roll Call broke the news after discovering that its original report of the Pentagon spending $500,000 on Viagra last year was a gross understatement.

Remember this recent story about the Pentagon’s Viagra budget of more than $500,000 last year? The Military Times threw some shade on it with its own reporting, which put the tally at $41.6 million, and $84.2 million on erectile dysfunction drugs overall.

… And since 2011, the tab for drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra totals $294 million — the equivalent of nearly four U.S. Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.

No wonder our foreign policy tactics are so aggressive — how could Obama not want to kick some ISIS ass with the raging, drug-induced testosterone balloon tucked into his waistband?

Roll Call had initially speculated that the reason for such a girthy boner budget was to assist young soldiers who may be suffering from PTSD. As these new findings show, less than 10 percent of the scripts ($7.67 million) are for active-duty troops.

This means that the vast majority of the cash is going to old dudes in offices who need a little extra oomph to stick it to their hot young secretaries.

You may be disappointed by this news, but take solace in knowing that military wives — and hot young secretaries — across the nation are satisfied.

[via Roll Call]

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