As long as that money is spent to provide housing and resources to refugees coming to the United States. Throwing money at the problem may make some people feel better, but it definitely isn't a solution. If we're going to utilize the abundant wealth that the US generates to fight against ISIS, the best way to do it is by providing a welcoming alternative to the violence people are fleeing from. ISIS is a tiny minority, even among people who adhere strictly to the teachings of Islam, and they thrive on reactionary policies and restrictions imposed by Western powers because it reinforces the 'us and them' mentality. That is the mentality we are really fighting against, and so far, we are getting our asses kicked.