As scarce as details on the Missouri Caucus, we have a new entry into the cloudy world of Missouri Politics.
This tidbit and tease also came in the most recent Capitol Reports from Cape County’s Representatives: It is “The Blueprint For Missouri”. I suspect that’s something akin to the “Contract With America of 1996”.
There are several issues the House will debate during the 2012 Legislative Session. The principle agenda here in the Missouri House is called the Blueprint for Missouri. The Blueprint is our plan to move Missouri forward. The program rests on four important issues: protecting taxpayers, creating jobs, reforming schools and protecting our values.
And, I say ‘tease’ because they must be teasing the plan and preparing the grand press release for… …say… …2013.
I searched the webernets for ‘Blueprint For Missouri’. Many, many pages of links were returned, so I reviewed the entries on the first 5 pages of Google links — 50 in all. From that I opened 13 web pages that looked promising, and the actual blueprint was only mentioned here and here and here and here and here and here.
What I didn’t find was an official Missouri House, Senate, GOP or Republican web page or press release describing in detail the bullet points in the “Blueprint For Missouri”. Many of the pages were articles with vague descriptions of the purported document, and only one web page had what may or may not be a comprehensive list… …assuming the MO GOP was kind enough to share it with them.
Hey Republicans; how about we get the details of this Blueprint out on, say, MOGOP.org?!?! …along with a detail list of the non-tentative locations of the caucuses. I’m sure there are several issues on the Blueprint for which Missouri activists could lend their support!