"A lot of us complained about this back when we decided we were going to be downsizing the F-22, and I think all of you would agree now that probably wasn't a good idea," said Sen. James Inhofe (Oklahoma Republican). "Now we're down to 187 operational F-22s. All we hear about is what a great job they're doing ... I think we all know we don't have enough F-22s."
"We can expect the administration to cite this 'agreement' as their excuse for establishing emission targets for every sector of the U.S. economy not only including utilities, but petroleum refining, all manufacturing, agriculture and others," said Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.