After more than a year of indecision, the Obama administration finally reversed its initial policy to try five suspected Sept. 11 terrorists in civilian court, and will now prosecute the case in a military court instead. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, a likely candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, wasn’t too impressed with the announcement Monday, The Hill
|Mitt Romney: President Obama should "see light on other flawed policies." (Getty Images Photo)
“An inexperienced and naïve president has finally reversed himself on Guantanamo and terrorist trials; let’s hope he sees the light on his other flawed policies," Romney said.
Romney had much kinder words for House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s proposal for about $6 trillion of spending cuts.
"I applaud Rep. Paul Ryan for recognizing the looming financial crisis that faces our nation and for the creative and bold thinking that he brings to the debate," Romney said in a separate statement.
Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, "is setting the right tone for finally getting spending and entitlements under control."
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