Americans grow tired of Bush

Many people in America are wondering why President Bush’s job approval rating has fallen.

According to a CBS News poll, 57 percent of Americans don’t approve of how Bush is running the White House and 35 percent of Americans still support him.

There are several reasons why millions of Americans disagree with Bush’s work. Bush’s administration and the CIA failed to protect Americans from a terror attack.

Ever since 9/11, citizens of this nation have lived in fear. September 11th marked the beginning of Bush’s downfall. The fact that President Bush and his administration have spent millions of dollars searching for Osama Bin Laden, but haven’t found him, disturbs many people. The government has failed to locate Bin Laden, one of the biggest faces behind terror. The government has also failed to stop the al Qaeda network. No sooner did the government announce that America was going to war in Iraq, the American economy slowly started to shift downward. Gas prices are high and minimum wage is low. The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, must be true.

Also, the capturing of Saddam Hussein has created more supporters of terror in the world than ever before.

Many Americans still can’t believe that President Bush actually thinks more U. S. troops need to die in order to win the war in Iraq.

Well, the victims of hurricane Katrina have said FEMA, a natural disaster government agency, failed to protect the citizens of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. How much has the government given each victim? The answer is $2000.00 for every individual affected by the Category 5 hurricane.

What is making Bush’s job approval rating worse? Several members of Bush’s administration have been indicted, including, Vice President Dick Cheney. Although Bush’s job approval rating has fallen, it’s not too late for him to get the American people back on his side. The only thing Bush has to do is resign from office.