The disappointing F-35 has cost the federal government some $400 billion to date – about $170 billion more than was forecast. It has failed to meet multiple performance standards specified by the different branches of the U.S. military. A highly critical report from the Department of Defense’s Director of Operational Test and Evaluation last month included a laundry list of problems, including engine fires and computer malfunctions.
The delayed deployment of the F-35 has left the 187 F-22s currently in the U.S. military’s inventory as the only currently available fifth generation jet fighters in the world.
$188 billion used to save housing (GSE'S) from BANK FRAUD! #Fanniegate
F-35 not even in production vs Fannie and Freddie paying back more that they got and housing not destroying the USA economy, You decide which is a better deal? And then which should be shuttered forever? The F-35 or Fannie Mae? The answer is easy, isn't it?