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oel Jacob, a Democratic sup-
porter from West Bloomfield,
found himself among a crowd of
300 Republicans at a $2,000-a-head
fund-raiser for President George W.
Bush in Dearborn on Dec. 1.
"I felt that he's been such a good
friend of Israel, that we as a Jewish
community need to come out and
show support," he said.
After a speech that touched on the
economy, the war in Iraq and the war
on terrorism, Bush worked the line,
shaking hands.
When someone in the group
thanked President Bush for supporting
Israel, Jacob was surprised to see him
stop and talk.
"He lit up and said, 'I believe that
progress will be made in the region.
People need to have the taste for free-
dom,"' said Jacob. "Then he paused
and said, 'But Israel must have its
security.'"
"He was so sincere, you can tell his
love for Israel comes from deep inside
his kishkes," Jacob said.
Bryce Sandler, finance director for
Rep. Joe Knollenberg, R-Bloomfield
Hills, listened in.
"He said some presidents are inter-
ested in trying to win Nobel Peace
Prizes, but he's actually interested in
trying to create peace," Sandler said.
"He feels an important part of that
is to create democracy in a region of
the world where there's very little
democracy. The president said that
was a very important way to stabilize
the region, and to reduce terrorism
and provide security for both our
country and Israel."



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