Written by FSM
September 27, 2008
Family Security Matters
The debate is on! And just in time. Like it or not, our next President will be a wartime President, having to confront the most lethal threats, ever, to America. All Americans need to take their votes very seriously. As you listen and watch all the debates, compare what you hear to the facts as they are outlined in Family Security Matters' 2008 National Security Presidential Voter Guide.
This complimentary booklet is available to you for easy viewing and/or download. It provides the reader with a full understanding of the current primary threat to our national security as well as a thorough review of the voting records of our leading politicians, particularly the Presidential candidates, on these vital national security issues.
Our best hope of eradicating the threats we face is to be part of an informed and educated public: this Voter Guide will help us achieve that.
Please read this Guide ( 2008 National Security Presidential Voter Guide ), as it will help you to select the Presidential candidate who best reflects your views on the importance of national security not only for the upcoming election, but for the long term future of America as well.
Testimonials and rave reviews of the Guide have poured in .
FamilySecurityMatters is dedicated to informing our citizens about all issues related to national security. At FSM, you can find the vital information, the understanding and the solutions you need to conquer fear and combat the enemies who threaten our freedom.
The 2008 National Security Presidential Voter Guide is published in that tradition, and we hope you'll join us in this massive education campaign by reading it and passing it on to everyone in your address book. If your friends and family do not have access to the internet, please print it out for them - our country's future is at stake.
Thank you so much - and please stay safe!
The mission of Family Security Matters is to inform all Americans, men and women, about the issues surrounding national security; to address their fears about safety and security on a personal, family, community, national and international level; to highlight the connection between individual safety and a strong national defense; to increase civic participation and political responsibility; and to empower all Americans to become proactive defenders of our national security and community safety.