Le Salon Beige, as always, is assiduously listing the qualifications of the candidates in terms of their family values and positions on euthanasia and gay marriage. Here is one short article on Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault based on a radio interview. I could not access the interview but this text gives us an idea:
The Prime Minister responded to Radio Vatican. (…) if he beat around the bush on euthanasia ("It's a word that François Hollande has never uttered"), he was much more incisive on the denaturing of marriage. In substance, the commitment has been made and will be kept for gay "marriage" and "adoption" by homosexual couples.
You will note at the end of the interview his aggressiveness towards the Catholic Church and even if he repeats 10 times the need for consultations, he takes refuge behind "laïcité" in order to refuse the Church's different point of view and any debate on the issue.
This should persuade the last of the undecided, if there are any, of the critical choices to be made this Sunday to reject the culture of death that is coming. While there is still time.
Labels: Bioethics, Election 2012, Family Values, Homosexuality, Jean-Marc Ayrault