President Bill Clinton appeared on the Seth Meyers show last week and offered some common sense about the double standard of Islamic radicals who take advantage of freedom in western countries.

Clinton’s view is distinctly different than what we’ve heard from the Obama administration which is having trouble even naming America’s enemies.

Greg Gutfeld and the panel of The Five analyzed Clinton’s comments on the air yesterday:

Naturally, liberal news outlets are ignoring that part of Clinton’s appearance, instead choosing to focus on another segment.

Dylan Stableford of Yahoo News seems almost giddy about this:

Bill Clinton gives perfect response to Seth Meyers’ question about 2016

Seth Meyers thought he was being clever on Wednesday night by asking Bill Clinton if he might be living in a different house in 2016 — like, say, a white one.

“I want to get away from politics for a minute and talk about real estate,” Meyers told Clinton on his NBC late-night show. “Do you think you will be living in a different house in 2016?”

“I hope not,” the former president replied. “Because 2016 is the election year, and I don’t have anyplace to move.”

While Hillary Clinton has not announced a decision about her possible 2016 presidential bid, if she were to run — and win — she and Bill would not move into the White House until she’s inaugurated — in 2017.

Clinton was asked about their first granddaughter, Charlotte, who was born in September.

“Like every other grandfather, I think my granddaughter’s the greatest thing since sliced bread,” Clinton told Meyers.

Buried way down at the bottom of the article, we get this.

Clinton also addressed the recent attacks in Paris carried out by gunmen with ties to Islamic extremism.

“Muslim leaders have to do more to combat the extremists,” Clinton said. “But I don’t think you can blame the religion. These people are politicians, guerrillas, stone-cold killers. They’re just throwing the religion out [there] to try to lure more and more converts in and legitimizing cold-blooded murder.”

That’s a slightly different take, isn’t it?

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