The F35 is just a bad deal.

As Congress continues to make budget decisions that favor military spending over human needs, Brave New Films and a politically diverse group of organizations have come together as a coalition to shine a light on this poster child of Pentagon waste.

In 2014, U.S. taxpayers will pay $8.45 billion for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Aircraft, a plane that has a history of being overdue, over-budget, and grounded. Suspending one year of the F-35 program could more than make up the $8 billion the Senate just cut from low-income food assistance programs that will span the next 10 years.

Where would you rather have your tax dollars go?

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