The Fate of the F-22 Fighter Jet

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President Obama says if Congress votes to spend more money on the F-22, he'll veto the $680 billion military spending bill for next year. The dispute over the warplane has created strange bedfellows. Senators Ted Kennedy and John Kerry of Massachusetts oppose the President's insistence on shutting it down. Obama's principal ally is John McCain of Arizona. Gordon Adams is Professor of US Foreign Policy at American University and distinguished fellow at the Stimson Center.




Warren Olney