South Carolina senator and Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham warned of "another 9/11" during an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of The Union" on Monday. During the interview he stated that the United States must get boots on the ground in Syria and Iraq and play a very large role in the war against ISIS. If we don't get involved, Graham asserted, we can expect a similar attack to the horrific bombings and shootings in Paris, France here in the United States. The senator called for 10,000 American troops on the ground in Iraq as part of a regional military force.
Do you guys think Graham's warnings should be taken seriously? Do you think that, with the recent arrival of refugees on American soil, there could be the potential for an attack on the scale of what happened this past Friday? Would it be a good idea for the U.S. to play a large role in the war against ISIS?