President Bush sketched out a limited agenda for Congress to tackle in his remaining months in office in a Fox News interview on Tuesday.

At the top of his list was a measure allowing more domestic offshore oil drilling, which Bush and congressional Republicans have been calling for as gas prices rose this summer.

"Well, we need to get an energy plan. I mean, one thing is for certain, not exploring for oil and gas on the Outer Continental Shelf doesn't make any sense to the American people. And, hopefully, Congress will respond to the will of the people," Bush said.

He added that he'd like to receive "reasonable spending bills" from Congress. Democratic leaders have said they would pass only temporary spending measures since Bush is a lame duck.

"Obviously, we've got to conduct this war, continue to make sure we get in a place for the next president to be able to achieve victory," Bush said. "So there's a lot to do -- free trade agreement with Colombia would be good."

Though Bush wouldn't guarantee the capture of Osama bin Laden when asked about it, he urged his successor to continue to go after terrorists.

"Well, I don't know if we'll get him or not, but one thing is for certain for -- since September 11, 2001, we've been keeping the pressure on him trying to find him," he said. "And we've dismantled a lot of al Qaeda, and we'll continue to dismantle al Qaeda. And al Qaeda is not what it was on September the 11th, 2001."

Bush continued: "It's going to be very important for the next president to continue to stay on the offense, to press hard to make sure there's no safe havens established. And, you know, hopefully -- hopefully, we do get him."