Most of the American public disagrees with him at this point. Not only his approval rating, but also his credibility is at a low ebb. Yet he remains in power, having built a deeply entrenched machine in the past 5 years. The web of corruption emanating from Bush cronies is now being exposed. The satanic techniques of control- suspension of basic human rights, insistence on torture and murder- are blatant. The lack of caring for human needs is also blatant. Even the legitimacy of the 2004 election, and therefore Bush's right to occupy the White House, is now in question.
Part of it is fear. Bush and his "Christian" cronies are fearmongers and hatemongers, believing that smearing one's opponents, wrecking their reputations and financial security, are legitimate weapons in their crusades, not to mention blackmail and intimidation. Given the increased surveillance of all activites, and the weakening of the Bill of Rights, we have reason to be afraid.
Another part is that Americans are very reluctant to challenge another person's profession of faith, even when the hypocrisy involved is so obvious. It is very difficult for the average person to imagine the hypocrisy of George W. Bush.
Consider this. If it is true, as seems to be the case, that the twin towers were demolished by pre-set explosives, then the people who ordered those explosives set knew, had to know, that the firemen who went into the towers to rescue people would be killed. Bush must have known, since he didn't seemed surprised when he heard about the hijacked planes, and didn't do anything that a president might be expected to do.
Matthew 7: 21Jesus said to his disciples:
"Not everyone who says to me, 'Lord, Lord, '
will enter the Kingdom of heaven,
but only the one who does the will of my Father in heaven.
In the name of the Prince of Peace, Carol Wolman