Northeast Arkansas supporters of President Bush are not blaming his administration for an area economy that`s in dire straits. Vice President Cheney is in Blytheville for a Republican fundraiser. Mississippi County has the highest unemployment rate in Arkansas at over 14 percent. That`s twice the state and national jobless rates. Minister John Mundy of nearby Steele, Missouri, says much of the area`s economy is tied to agriculture and fluctuating farm markets. Farmer`s wife Sarah Kirk of Blytheville says that`s not the president`s fault. She says that given four more years, Bush will help the Mississippi River Delta catch up with the rest of the nation in rising prosperity. Cheney comes to the area a week after Bush touched down here en route to a rally in southeast Missouri.