President Bush has outlined the agenda for his second term in office and has asked for the support of all Americans in his weekly Saturday morning radio address.

Mr. Bush Saturday promised to reach out to friends and allies, including NATO and the European Union, to promote global development and progress, defeat terrorists and encourage democracy as an alternative to tyranny and terror.

He said in order to create jobs he will propose what he called "practical measures" to help small business, including the elimination of so-called "frivolous" lawsuits he said drive up the cost of health care. The president also promised education and tax code reform and a revision of the U.S. Social Security system.

The President said there is no limit to the greatness of America when its citizens work together.