George Will on Obama's Refusal To Blame Radical Islam: "When You're Avoiding The Obvious, It Gets Pretty Nerve-Racking"


GEORGE WILL: Terrorism is random violence. So in a sense, the attack on the cartoonist was not terrorism. That is an assassination. They went after specific people who they knew would be in a specific place at a specific time. That's not random violence; that's an attack. The president, we can appreciate his affection for the teleprompter because he gets in trouble partly because he is constantly tiptoeing through what he considers a semantic minefield. He doesn't want to say Islamic extremism extremism. There are all kinds of things he doesn't want to say that just common sense would have you say. So, when you're avoiding the obvious, it gets pretty nerve-racking.

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