Have at it gentlemen. Knock some holes in this strawman. What has been left out? What should have been left out? What needs more explanation? Is it unsound to not specifically mention Iran, Syria, Ukraine, North Korea, Israel, et al? Non-proliferation? Don't be shy, I have thick skin.
1] For any offensive military operations the president should explain clearly the threat to our national security, specific objectives, and the desired end result.
2] Preserve and exercise the right of self-defense.
3] Commit to strategic superiority in nukes, space, cyber, and technology.
4] Honor treaty commitments but not for the elective wars of our allies.
5] Clarify relationship with the many recent members of NATO that are protectorates in reality rather than true allies.
6] Clarify commitments to non-treaty allies.
7] Act vigorously against terrorism, but only that terrorism which is international in nature and a direct threat to our national security.
8] Seek cordial but non-conciliatory relationships with China and Russia.
9] Improve cyber security.