I don't think that's the right question. I think we should be asking what kind of danger the Taliban presents to its people and to the region, and possibly to the world. If it's a large enough threat, is there a number of civilian casualties high enough to dissuade you from eliminating them? I mean, I think something like half a million German citizens died in the bombings of WWII. Millions of people died overall. Would you say that those numbers were too high a cost to be rid of Hitler? Forgive me if I'm speaking out of turn, but I don't think you'd say that. So the question, again, becomes just how much of a threat the Taliban is. And why not? I mean, certainly those aren't our only tools, but military force is a necessity for winning a war, no? That would certainly be a big help, but what exactly are they helping us do? They're helping us round up or kill jihadists. At the end of the day, we're still killing bad guys. Those jihadists don't just throw their hands up and say "Oh well, back to the steel mill, I guess!" They find a new headquarters to base their attacks from, and we start all over again--unless our armed forces can go about rounding them up in the meantime.