At a press conference this morning in Estonia, President Obama seemed to strike two different tones about dealing with ISIS. On one hand, he said the goal is to “degrade and destroy” the terror network, but then later he spoke about building an international coalition to shrink ISIS down to a "manageable problem."

At an appearance in New Hampshire today, Vice President Joe Biden left little doubt about his view on how the U.S. should respond to the beheading of a second American journalist.

“We will follow them to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice because hell is where they will reside!” Biden said, adding that ISIS is mistaken if they "think the American people will be intimidated."

The Outnumbered panel reacted this afternoon, with Jedediah Bila responding with an emphatic "amen" to the VP's fiery remarks.

"Thank you, Joe Biden for saying what our president should have been saying. It's an amazing day when you have Joe Biden acting more presidential than our president," she said.

Bila disagrees that Obama has not been paying attention to intelligence briefings about the ISIS threat, arguing that his position is more about his long-held ideological opposition to U.S. military intervention.

Watch the discussion above, including reaction from Lou Dobbs.