Let's take the style of an F-22 Raptor (awesome!), build the fuselage, wings, etc to handle runway takeoff horizontally and then vertically (if needed) up to orbital space flight to reach the ISS in order to deliver fresh StarBucks coffee, then back to earth, all this thanks to jet-rocket engines that can handle the fuel needed for atmospheric and space flying while using one main fuel tank. In this scenario, considering what we already have as tech or in near future, would mid-air refueling with rocket fuel be a better alternative than having to piggy-back on 1rst stage rocket boosters or ride atop a stratospheric plane for launch in upper atmosphere?
I made a video of this fictitious exploit in 2010, and would like some constructive feedback concerning the refueling part and any other details worth debating related to the question that seeks to allow orbital flight with SSTO space vehicles using runways like planes thanks to the refueling idea (which means less fuel to carry upon runway departure).
For those who have no clue what I am talking about or in order to avoid answers and comments that do not rely on the question's reliance to "...if tech was available?", please visit SABRE (rocket engine) for more on the topic of current hybrid rocket engine dev which is a source of inspiration.
Last UPDATE (May 6, 2021)
The "answer" from "HiddenWindshield" does not relate to my question. The question is closed and no more answers are being accepted. Thanks in particular to Guy Inchbald who has provided essential data for pertinent analysis and review.