Dr. Clay Fuller, an expert on modern dictators, says chemical weapons should not be allowed to be used by anyone against anyone.
Syria's chemical attack killed at least 10 children.
By Princess Ruff, Carolina News
The United States has given an immediate response to a recent Syrian gas attack.
Days ago a Syrian air force chemical gas attack killed dozens of natives and endangered the hundreds of U.S. special operations troops in eastern Syria who fighting against ISIS.
The U.S. missile launch landed on Al Shayrat Airfield and targeted aircraft, ammunition supply bunkers, air defense systems, and many other of the airfield's essentials.
USC Political science instructor, Dr. Clay Fuller, at USC believes the United States is capable of much more than what they did.
"The U.S. military is easily capable of taking out the entire Assad regime right now. So fifty-plus cruise missiles on one of twelve air fields is more of a warning flag," says Fuller,
Many lawmakers believe this is just the beginning of what the U.S. should do to stop the Assad regime.
"I want to emphasize this is the beginning, not the end," says Republican Senator John McCain
"I think this strike was simply about 'don't use chemical weapons again'. I don't see how there can possibly be any settlement in Syria that includes Bashar Al Assad," says Republican Senator Mitch McConnell.
The future of a healthy U.S. and Syrian relationship is in question and how to move forward after the retaliation.
"What do you do once you kill Assad? What comes next?" says Fuller.