Posted by | October 4, 2012 13:33 | Filed under: Top Stories

In European capitals, there is unease post-debate.

…there was particular consternation at Romney’s singling out of deficit-ridden Spain as a poorly administered economy.

“Romney is making analogies that aren’t based on reality,” Foreign Affairs Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo told reporters after a meeting of his centre-right party.

Leading Spanish daily El Pais highlighted the fact that Spain was the only European country mentioned, and contrasted Romney’s negative depiction of it with Obama’s praise for Spain’s renewable energy policies during the 2008 campaign.

“Spain has never been mentioned in a presidential debate as a symbol of failure,” the left-leaning newspaper lamented. “What happened last night makes history. And not in a good way.”

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.