Russia gains air superiority over usa on obama's watch!!!

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    Yea ole Putin sure did play him like a fiddle. Just another sad example of another country getting one over on the inexperienced "Community Organizer." Man,is it me or does it seem like everything this President touches goes immediately to chit? This administration seems to be imploding at this point. Yikes!
     
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    I wonder if the new Russian jet requires 18 hours of maintenance for every one hour of flight time like our F-22?
     
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    Yes, because we need F-22s for our upcoming war with Russia right? I'll be reminded of this thread next time you complain about all the spending he's doing.

    And take note:
    Nothing about passing, but matching. Key differences.
     
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    You officially deserve the gold in partisan hackery.

    Didn't mention the last line of the article:

    We already have 186 and they cost $140 million a piece. What hypocrisy on your part.
     
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    Thanks for the laugh of the day!

    Russian air superiority? You still trying that Cold War Bullshit? There is no country on earth that is close to what we have now....NONE! and thats with our existing airframes
     
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    The inexperienced "Community Organizer" gets punked again. Putin's having a good laugh over this one. Should we be laughing though? Hmm?
     
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    Per your article...the Russians currently have (1) T-50, and the Russians stated it would take an additional 5 years for them to actually enter service, while the US currently has (186) F-22 Raptors in service. Please tell me how Russia has gained air superiority over us again, as your thread title claims?
     
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    They don't, he's being a hack as usual. If he's smart, he won't bother showing up in this thread again.
     
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