If your answer is conditional, please explain it in a post. Sorry for the typo in the poll question. :-/ I listened to Mike Huckabee on Morning Joe when he was asked if you had President Obama's mic at the G20 summit what would you have said? His answer, "We should stand shoulder to shoulder with the French and if they are willing to go to war, then we should go to war too". I believe the implication is we should commit ground troops as we are all ready militarily engaged and have been engaged for the last 12 YEARS. I'll counter that as I've said several times recently in this forum, been there, done that. We've taken a toll and squandered the resilience of our Army and our National resolve with the invasion and 10 year occupation of Iraq and achieved NOTHING significant besides all most bankrupting the country. Sure, we should help, but this should primarily be the regional countries' ball game, not ours. If France wants to invade Syria, we should support them. He also said we have a leadership role (rah rah). I'll criticize this kneejerk mantra to go to war with absolutelyno consideration of how we'll pay for it. Regarding refugees and States saying they don't want immigrants, besides the terrorist concerns, because according to Huckabee, we can't afford it, afford to pay to house, feed, and educate these people. If so, let's be responsible and raise taxes to cover our commitments. How do we expect to pay for never-ending war? I suggest a $2000 per year (or appropriate amount), per citizen war tax, and our gun-ho citizens can volunteer to double that. The point is our politicians and citizens must come to terms with paying our debts, not thinking we can put it on our national credit card into perpetuity unless we want to become the next Greece.