Congressman Adam Kinzinger (IL-16) joined the show Monday morning to preview the President's budget proposal, which includes a seven percent increase in spending.

While we had him on the line, we also asked him to respond to an interview President Obama gave to CNN about confronting ISIS and terrorism around the world. Among other things, the President said:

What's required is a surgical, precise response to a very specific problem. And if we do that effectively, then ultimately these terrorist organizations will be defeated because they don't have a vision that appeals to ordinary people. It is -- it really is, as has been described in some cases, a death cult, or an entirely backward looking fantasy that can't function in the world.

When you look at ISIL, it has no governing strategy. It can talk about sitting up the new caliphate but nobody is under any illusions that they can actually, you know, sustain or feed people or educate people or organize a society that would work. And so we can't give them the victory of overinflating what they do, and we can't make the mistake of being reactive to them.

The Congressman was displeased with that point of view, saying the comments "kind of make me sick." He told us time will judge President Obama as the worst foreign policy President in modern history:

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