President Obama finds himself at a cross road. He ran his campaign on getting the US out of Iraq. Now ISIS is turning Iraq into a battlefield again. Even Obama's Attorney General Eric Holder is concerned about ISIS. Time quotes him as saying ISIS is “more frightening than anything I think I’ve seen as attorney general.”

The president has authorized limited air strikes and humanitarian aid shipments; but he has not direct air strikes against ISIS facilities like command and control sites. Could this be coming. Most see ISIS as a terrorist based organization and feel that the group would eventually spread terror to our allies and eventually the United States. With this in mind the question is "Should the U.S. Take Stronger Military Action Against ISIS?"