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What does it mean that Matt Yglesias, a 20-something blogger, has a more astute take on political messaging and the leveraging of political power than David Broder, a man in his 70s who was considered for many years to be the dean of the Washington press corps? Two quick lessons: (1) Age and experience aren't everything, apparently. (2) Trying to shoehorn every new development into a worldview you're exceedingly well known for, as Broder is, will inevitably lead you to say some silly and misguided things from time to time.
Your conclusions, of course, may vary.