I see nothing wrong with the President wanting to retain those three provisions to the Patriot Act.
The "lone-wolf" aspect is a good one. I believe the intent here is to focus on "splinter cells" that act alone. And as we've come to learn over the years, as far as terrorist groups are concerned a "cell" could be just one person acting alone.
The provision for looking over business records is also necessary in order to catch those terrorist groups that function under the disguise as a legitimate business entity OR a charity.
I can even accept the roving cellphone provision since it's so easy not only for a terrorist to use an untraceable pre-paid cell phone but also to simply switch cell phone plans. What a $175 early termination fee to a terrorist organization that heavily finances in the millions?
Good provisions to maintain and rightly so, IMO.