No don't tell me it will just make me angry.
It's a common misconception, because Cyclops had become something of a hardass. But every action he's taken (outside of the corrupted Phoenix bit) has been pretty much justified because the rest of the world forces him to be.
First, the remaining mutants are gathered up at the old home. Then anti-mutant bigots show up. So instead of attacking, they leave. San Fransisco's Mayor invites them, saying, "hey yeah, you're welcome here." (and actually meant it), then the bigots come back. And so the Mutants leave. This time, the Sub-Mariner says, "Hey, guys? I have this island in my waters that, honestly, we're never going to do anything with, so come on over, and stay there. You've been cool with me, just turning back the favour."
And what happens next? A U.S. Government sanction Sentinel SHOWS UP! In, by the way, sovereign and INTERNATIONAL waters. Where they do not have any authority. At which point Cyclops says "No. We're staying here."
Even later, the AVENGERS show up when the heard that the Phoenix force is coming back for a mutant. And Cap says they want to shoot said mutant into space to 'save earth'. And we all know how well THAT worked out when they sent the Hulk skyward. Scott said, "Uh, no." Mainly because if the Phoenix Force gets it's host, and it STILL wants to destroy the Earth? Guess what? Earth goes boom!
And when the Avengers (Tony Stark) manage to split the Phoenix into 5 separate entities and Cyclops becomes one of the hosts, does he go after the bigots? Nope, he goes around helping the world. On a geological level, letting people live their lives. He just tried to make it better.
So in all, I'm quite willing to wear a shirt in big bold letters claiming: Scott was right