1. Guess Who's Back

    Romney Slams Obama Over Sequester

    NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - SEPTEMBER 12:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney attacks the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) complaint against Boeing after touring the new Boeing facility September 12, 2011 in North Charleston, South Carolina.  Romney said the NLRB complaint against Boeing is political payback by Obama to the labor unions.  (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images)

    Richard Ellis

    Fully recovered from his “roller coaster” election campaign, Mitt Romney has emerged from hiding to criticize President Obama’s handling of the sequester. In his first public comments since Election Day, Romney slammed Obama for “berating Republicans” instead of leading the country, adding that the president’s habit of “blaming and pointing” has contributed to Congress’s inability to reach a deal. “That causes the Republicans to retrench and to put up a wall and to fight back,” he told Fox News’s Chris Wallace. Meanwhile, Ann Romney reflected on being a “nobody” in her post-election life. The full interview airs on Fox News Sunday this weekend.

    Mitt: Stop 'berating Republicans' and lead the country.
    Read it at The Washington Post