This is nothing more than a personal attack.No, of course people will consider it, but the only reason you're harping on the idea of radical Muslims over anyone else is because you are racist.
So you know for a fact that it WASN'T radical Muslims simply because of the nature of the weapon and the fact that they haven't yet claimed responsibility less than 36 hours after the attack? I guess assumptions are okay when they are supporting a certain worldview.Radical Muslims hijack planes and take credit for the attacks. They don't stuff pressure cookers with nails and ball bearings and improvise pipe bombs, then not take credit for it publicly.
Let's be clear here: I'd agree that there IS a point where a person ought to be considered racist for suspecting a group of people of something for unfounded reasons. This is not one of those times. Not by a long shot. You might be able to find statistics/factors that make the case that one group is more likely to be guilty than radical Muslims. But until you can show how I'm unreasonable for strongly considering that it was radical Muslims, considering their recent attacks and statements that promise more terror, I'm not budging on my stance.