The President and the media find some very odd things inscrutable.

Case in point: Jake Tapper from ABC News reported that when asked about the motivations of mass murderer Nidal Hasan, President Obama said:

Well, look, we — we have seen, in the past, rampages of this sort. And in a country of 300 million people, there are going to be acts of violence that are inexplicable. Even within the extraordinary military that we have — and I think everybody understands how outstanding the young men and women in uniform are under the most severe stress — there are going to be instances in which an individual cracks. I think the questions that we’re asking now and we don’t have yet complete answers to is, is this an individual who’s acting in this way or is it some larger set of actors? You know, what are the motivations? Those are all questions that I think we have to ask ourselves. Until we have these answers buttoned down, I’d rather not comment on it.

But Obama didn’t wait for all the answers to be “buttoned down” when he declared a group of police officers “stupid” for arresting an African-American college professor.

Obama didn’t wait until things got “buttoned down” before commenting on the murder of late-term abortionist George Tiller. I don’t remember Scott Roeder’s motivations being inscrutable to the President or to the press for that matter.

In fact, within hours of Tiller’s death, Obama released a statement which had drawn conclusions as to the killer’s motivations. Obama said:

I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence.

The White House even ordered US Marshalls to protect abortion clinics as if Tiller’s killer was just the spearhead of a looming rampage by murderous pro-lifers around the country.

On the other hand, do you recall when pro-lifer James Pouillon was killed while holding his pro-life sign. All of a sudden, the media couldn’t understand at all what the killer’s motivation could be. Everything seemed in a haze. Days and days went by while pundits assured us that the murder likely wasn’t abortion related because he killed someone else too as if that meant anything other than he hated pro-lifers and some other people too.

And now we have a mass killer who screams “Allahu Akbar” before gunning down US military men and women and the President and the media are stumped.

Abortionists get protection but the military gets diversity? And should the parameters of diversity in the military really include those who want to protect America and those who want to destroy it?