Yeah, the Obomber’s latest war is not working out for him as planned (which was expected by every credible military and intelligence expert who was asked). But it does help the military-industrial complex, which is all that really matters.
Muslims who live here in America have the voice and freedom to express their discontent with groups like ISIS. For most Muslims elsewhere, that is not the case.
However from what I have read of the Qu’ran, ISIS gets it closer to right than “moderate” Muslims anywhere do. The values of Islam are fundamentally different from those of Christianity—but, as with Christianity, you have those who take those values seriously and literally and those who just do as they please while still nominally claiming to belong to the religion (in the case of Islam, unlike Christianity, the latter is preferable). Nevertheless the Constitution’s guarantee of freedom of religion clearly extends to Muslims as well…so long as they are willing to give up the tenets of their religion that are more violent and incompatible with living in a free society.
To be fair, I don’t hear most Christians complain much about all the various radical groups out there (many of which are quite mainstream, and have a powerful influence within the Republican Party) that shame Christ’s name on a regular basis with their hatred, warmongering, and general bigotry towards anyone that thinks differently from them. In their case, they have neither a doctrinal nor political excuse: the Bible itself condemns such attitudes, and they have complete freedom to voice there outrage. There just isn’t all that much to voice.