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To deal with ISIS: wipe them out

The solution for putting an end to ISIS lies in our willingness to hunt them down like the animals they are, and get down in the gutter to unleash hell on each and every one of them.

Forget about political correctness, forget about offending the Muslim religion, and forget about taking half measures in responding to their threats. Now is the time to accelerate our efforts to ensure that there are no more Manchesters.

If we can't form a "coalition of the willing" to finally remove them from the face of the earth, we must go it alone. And make no mistake, there should be no "rules of engagement" as we pursue them.

How much longer are we going to wimp out as we attend one memorial service after another? Either we take the harsh but necessary steps today, or we continue to watch the carnage unfold. Which is it going to be?

DENNIS REGAN


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