The words "radical Islam" were not mentioned by President Obama in his State of the Union address last night and many people are wondering why.

In a "Kelly File" exclusive, Frank Luntz asked a focus group how we should refer to radical, extremist Islamic terrorism and why the president refuses to call it that.

"He couldn't even call what happened at Ft. Hood what it was," one man said. "It was someone yelling 'Allahu Akbar,' he killed fellow soldiers. And [Obama] called it 'workplace violence.' That's nonsense."

"We're scared, first of all, to go after what it actually is, to talk about what it actually is, where it comes from and what we need to do about it," another member of the focus group added.

"It's not just one religion that's extreme," one woman argued.

"It's only Islamic fundamentalists that are committing these acts," another countered.

"It is what it is and it's time that we have to call it what it is and recognize the danger for what it is," one woman stated. "Not that we have to live in fear, but that we have to live aware."

Watch more from the focus group above.