Quick Change!

A website detailing Obama's agenda, which got a great deal of critical agenda online since Thursday when it was publicly viewable, has quickly been scrubbed reports The Washington Times:
Over the weekend President-elect Barack Obama scrubbed Change.gov, his transition Web site, deleting most of what had been a massive agenda copied directly from his campaign Web site.

Gone are the promises on how an Obama administration would handle 25 different agenda items - everything from Iraq and immigration to taxes and urban policy - all items laid out on his campaign Web site, www.BarackObama.com.

Instead, the official agenda on Change.gov has been boiled down to one vague paragraph proclaiming a plan “to revive the economy, to fix our health care, education, and social security systems, to define a clear path to energy independence, to end the war in Iraq responsibly and finish our mission in Afghanistan, and to work with our allies to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, among many other domestic and foreign policy objectives.”
It's apparently a lot safer to keep us guessing than provoke a torrent of laughter and shock at the nutsiness like compulsory community service once on that site did.

Have the site's authors disappeared from the campaign/transition team, too?
A website detailing Obama's agenda, which got a great deal of critical agenda online since Thursday when it was publicly viewable, has quickly been scrubbed reports The Washington Times:
Over the weekend President-elect Barack Obama scrubbed Change.gov, his transition Web site, deleting most of what had been a massive agenda copied directly from his campaign Web site.

Gone are the promises on how an Obama administration would handle 25 different agenda items - everything from Iraq and immigration to taxes and urban policy - all items laid out on his campaign Web site, www.BarackObama.com.

Instead, the official agenda on Change.gov has been boiled down to one vague paragraph proclaiming a plan “to revive the economy, to fix our health care, education, and social security systems, to define a clear path to energy independence, to end the war in Iraq responsibly and finish our mission in Afghanistan, and to work with our allies to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, among many other domestic and foreign policy objectives.”
It's apparently a lot safer to keep us guessing than provoke a torrent of laughter and shock at the nutsiness like compulsory community service once on that site did.

Have the site's authors disappeared from the campaign/transition team, too?