I agree on the first point. While we DO need to deal with the DPRK, Iraq, Iran, etc., Pakistan and Musharraf aren't all he makes them look to be. I don't trust Pakistan any more than I trust the other nations mentioned. Hopefully (yes, hopefully), the President is just using Pakistan for the effort, then will get serious with them as soon as Afghanistan is wrapped up.
As for Europe... I don't care if they protest. We're going to do what is best for our country. Period. No amount of complaining, whining, protesting, or whatever should make us change our position. If being kind of "outcast" from Europe means we have better national security, so be it.
And, yeah, overall it was good I thought. I did disagree on his education and welfare-esque ideas. Same with all the other local government issues. Those are best left to... well, local government.
Bravo, though, on the tax issue (although he was a bit too gracious with the Dems), and the military.
"Whatever it costs to defend our country, we will pay." -- President Bush, 2002 State of the Union Address