Speaking on the need for reform, Grassley had this to say
"The president and I are like a builder and an architect, and we agree on a blueprint," Grassley said. "The blueprint is we need to do something to guarantee Social Security for our children and grandchildren. Doing nothing is not an option."Um, I hate to break it to you Chuck, but merely recognizing the need to do something does not qualify as a "blueprint."
A blueprint is a detailed plan, not just a bunch of vague, contradictory, and disingenuous nonsense.
If I hired a builder and an architect and asked to see their blueprints and they responded by showing me a piece of paper that read "We're gonna build you a house," I'd probably fire them.