I honestly don't understand (Seriously, someone explain the logic to me) what we hope to achieve by bombing ISIS. As we should have learnt from Vietnam and the various combat zones featured in the "War on Terror", groups like ISIS can't be bombed out of existence. They always slip away and pop up somewhere else, and in the process an equal amount of civilians and "innocents" get killed for no reason other than being in the way. It's to my understanding that ISIS also thrives off of Western retaliation, it gives them a greater enemy and purpose. Something to use as a tool in their recruitment machine, it creates a mechanical cycle of retaliation and attack. From my perspective the best answer to the situation is just to pull out completely and let them fight eachother, soon enough they'll loose momentum and collapse in on themselves. As much as they'd like to shout it, They're not an actual nation. They're not stable. There's also the economic side of it, bombings ain't cheap and the Military Industrial Complex™ is a monster that won't die. I do understand the frustration, the rage and the desire to bomb the bastards sky high, but I think people need to calm down and take a look at things more objectively.