Goal 4: Immigration Reform - Bush's general idea of a guest worker program could be an excellent solution to our immigration problems if it was implemented well. It would allow continued opportunity for Mexican workers and make cheap labor available to US employers, but make it practical to keep track of them while making it easier to control the borders and make sure that it wasn't costing US Citizens jobs they were willing to do. The benefits of such a program for the workers, for the nation and in controlling terrorist entry to the country are incalculable. Plus this might be a program Bush could get some bipartisan support on.
Goal 5: Win the War on Terror - This one is a no-brainer. I don't necessarily support unilateral military action on principle, but once you commit to it you have to follow through to the bitter end. Bush really has to continue taking the war to the enemy and not worry too much about the domestic side of the war or the potential fallout. By choosing this strategy he's made the War on Terror an all or nothing proposition. Given that choice, the best defense in this case is a good offense. Just as Iraq was a good place to fight because of its location and potential for success, Bush ought to look for one or two other soft targets to move on to once the situation in Iraq resolves itself. He needs to steel himself to selling the American people on the idea of ongoing warfare in multiple locations with the objective of keeping the terrorists occupied and spreading order and democracy in troubled parts of the world. His next target should probably be Sudan, because it's a breeding ground for Islamic discontent, relatively easy to take on, and will win him some good credit internationally. He ought to move troops there as soon as a significant number can be taken out of Iraq. Operations in Sudan shouldn't take more than a few months, but the situation there will require long-term occupation which we'lll have to do even if the UN doesn't get off its ass and help. After Sudan Bush should look closely at Egypt, Syria and Saudi Arabia. If they don't start implementing democratic reforms in the next two years he should use military pressure to bring them to their senses. Since Bush started with this idea of foreign intervention and making the war on terror military in nature, he has to follow that strategy through to the end. Weakening or abandonning it would be disastrous for the nation, for the world and for his legacy. The world can forgive someone who tried and failed, but they can never forgive a coward.