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@98WK23L from Minnesota answered…12hrs

I think we should make some of the F-35s but not as many as they plan on, this would cost too much to tax payers.

@98WC6CP from Illinois answered…21hrs

@98W5B4RGreen from North Carolina answered…1 day

the government should lower production, but not completely stop production

@98VJX8C from Georgia answered…2 days

Yes, temporarily while transitioning to new fighter plane technology.

@98V69YK from Ohio answered…3 days

No, but in order to save money, try and limit the creation of the F-35 until the products used to create this fighter become cheaper

@98V2S9Y from Oregon answered…3 days

I have no idea on the production cost and such of the jet so I cannot say

@98V2KW5 from Wisconsin answered…3 days

no, it is one of the most versatile VTOL aircraft the U.S has and due to its VTOL capabilities it has its own carrier called the Amphibious assault ships.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4 days

Yes, funding or costs of this particular military weapons program have become mismanaged and exorbitantly out of control

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4 days

No, but revise procurement procedures for funding of military weapons programs, so that costs do not continue to become out of control and mismanaged

@98TJPG7Democrat from Montana answered…4 days

@98TGR6L from Iowa answered…4 days

@98TDF2YConstitution from Alabama answered…4 days

Should a new model that is improved come into production, then yes.

@98TBJWL from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

@98T79WV from Connecticut answered…5 days

No, but if the government starts to lose money on things like funding charities and building the economy, then I would say stop the project.

@98T4888 from Georgia answered…5 days

Yes, but continue to operate and provide upgrades for the existing f35 fleet.

@98T3NK4 from Virginia answered…5 days

Not until a suitable replacement is developed. Begin developing a new, better aircraft

@98T2XD4from Guam  answered…5 days

@98SRY34Independent from Tennessee answered…6 days

Yes, find a less costly way to make advanced fighter jets, decrease military spending

@98SNYR3 from Virginia answered…7 days

No, but American air superiority has been functionally uncontested since the 1970s and this is effectively an export product more than a serious defense need

@98RZV7Z from Virginia answered…1wk

@98RCVPP from Kentucky answered…1wk

No,but we need to spend less on the military until our economy is fixed

 @RHagopianArmSSR from Ohio answered…1wk

No, as both the U.S. and our allies are dependent on its air power for security.

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, but the costs need to be reviewed to eliminate waste, and future projects need to be closely monitored to prevent the same mistakes from happening again

@98PYSGNfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2wks

No, they shouldn't stop production of them completely, but they should either make less of them than originally planned, or find another way to help bring down the price of their production, because we are in a large amount of debt toward other countries.

@98PV36X from California answered…2wks

@98PM9LCAmerican Solidarity from Kansas answered…2wks

Yes, but continue to operate and provide upgrades for the existing F35 fleet.

@98P4P65Republican from Nevada answered…2wks

@98NGRJQIndependentfrom Texas  answered…2wks

No, the military must maintain its technological superiority at all costs

@98NCGRG from California answered…2wks

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2wks

Yes, costs for this military weapons program have been fiscally mismanaged and are out of control

@98MPFSCDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2wks

Yes, costs for this military weapons program have been fiscally mismanaged and are now out of control

@98M43KC from Virginia answered…3wks

Keep in production until a suitable replacement is available. Develop a better aircraft.

@98LMNCX from Alabama answered…3wks

Yes/No, They shouldn't stop production of them completely, but they should either make less of them then originally planned, or find another way to help bring down the price of their production, because we are in a large amount of debt toward other countries.

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