@hexthis: To be fair, let's point out how out of character all of that was. First off, I dig Wanda and that wasn't a very Wanda thing to say going in. All in all Wanda has way more empathy for people than (she's not always so great with the romance or making up her mind, but empathy for others she's good at) that and saying it on top of Xavier's grave...yeah no. That would be like Nightcrawler giving people crap for failing to live up to his ideals when we all know that Kurt has too much empathy for anything like that and thus understands that people are human and have faults which are to be forgiven both by him and by God in whom he believes. Also, I figure whomever wrote that forgot about Children's Crusade entirely or else they didn't take Rogue's defense of Wanda in that book to mean anything. I mean after the fight was over she actually says to Wanda that the X-Men would come around and that they were just irrationally angry because of the things they'd been through up until then. She basically says that Wanda was a scapegoat. So with that said, that entire scene was about establishing an animosity between Rogue and Wanda that didn't really exist before and honestly didn't have reason to exist then. If anything it should probably have been Wolverine confronting Wanda seeing as how he wanted to kill her, not once but twice. But of course at this point Marvel was playing the "We have to make Wolverine seem like the hero of AvX" card and so what do you expect really.
That is true that Rogue did defend Wanda but that was before the death of Charles Xavier continuity-wise, Children's Crusade was bi-monthly so the issues didn't always align to the current story. But here's what I think Remender (the writer) neglected to mention that would've made that whole scene in the graveyard make much more sense. Cyclops, at that point, was gallivanting around with Magneto and had been for some time with a sudden (and uncharacteristic) admiration of Magneto's tactics. Obviously Wanda resents her father quite a bit and probably has little to no respect for his tactics given that his methodology was imposed on her when he forced Pietro and her to repay the debt they owed him by joining the Brotherhood. Now I'm not sure if Wanda knows about Magneto's relationship with Rogue but that maybe should've been a part of the discussion too.
So, from Wanda's perspective, Rogue and Scott and many of the X-men were calling for her execution while harboring the likes of Magneto. He sent an electromagnetic pulse through the globe and killed thousands of people, he tried to take over San Marco, he's tried to kill the X-men themselves even...and they not only have him in their ranks but they want her dead? So it's easy to see that, especially given her relationship with Magneto, she believes the X-men have gone astray. If Remender had made that apart of the discussion, I think it would've been better but Uncanny Avengers, I think, is still quite good.
Now, when it comes to the Avengers vs X-men, I don't know what to say. Frankly, it was a pretty hard for me to believe that the X-men and Avengers would resort to violence so readily, I like certain aspects of it but I just think there are SO many overlaps that a lot of people just wouldn't want to fight one another. But my feeling on that, outside of the political back-and-forth, is that Scott should've probably handled the situation better. If you have a star-killing cosmic entity in your possession, how offended can you really be when the cavalry comes a knockin'? They're only doing their job and probably just really don't want the universe to be destroyed which isn't so unreasonable. I just feel as though Scott was only looking out for the interest of the mutants and forgetting that the Phoenix force could just easily wipe everyone out.