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1403
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Topic

The F-22 Is Better Than The F-35

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3
Sources points
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4
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With 2 votes and 2 points ahead, the winner is ...

RationalMadman
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Vote Reported: Scott_Manning // Mod Action: Removed

Points awarded: 3 points to pro for arguments, 1 point to con for arguments

RFD: I absolutely agree with Ramshutu. I would also like to say that I think Con screwed up a bit at the better at crashing part.

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He technically wrote " "

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How did you manage to publish nothing at all?

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--> @RationalMadman

Better at crashing?! Are you feeling alright? You need a doctor?

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Forgive me if I put up too many sites.

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I like this topic because it has to do with public policy and is a subject I've never really researched. I bet the questions involved in fighter jet design and engineering are fascinating. If I was debating this, however, I'd be tempted to go after the weakness of "better than." Better for who? Not better for ISIS fighters or Yemeni villagers. And aren't we comparing apples and oranges? The F-35 is an air/ground attack vehicle, the F-22 is an air/air attack vehicle. The F-22 is designed to beat a plane like the F-35.

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A plane with 2005 avionics vs one with mid to late 2010s avionics?