Graham: Air Strikes ‘Not Containing or Degrading ISIS in Any Significant Way’

‘President Obama’s strategy of half-measures is making it much more likely that America will be hit by another terror attack’

Graham on ISIS: 'The Stronger They Get Over There, The More Endangered We Are Here' (CNS News)

President Obama's air strikes on ISIS targets are "not containing or degrading ISIS in any significant way," and that puts America at risk, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on Wednesday.

I the town of Kobani on the Syrian-Turkish border falls, thousands of people will be slaughtered, which is tragic, Graham said. But beyond the humanitarian disaster, there are national security risks for the United States:

"[T]he stronger they get over there, the more endangered we are here. President Obama's strategy of half-measures is making it much more likely that America will be hit by another terror attack.

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