Broder has what's actually a flattering column about the operations at Obama HQ in Chicago.
I mean, it's nice and all that the Obama operation is running smoothly and without drama, keeping their focus on the big picture, and not worrying about the latest ups and downs in the polls.
But this is still inside-baseball crap. Similar stories could have probably been written about the Bush campaign in 2000, and look where we've ended up.
In the three weeks I've been writing this blog, Broder's written seven columns, and they've been almost entirely about process stuff - and he's complained that the campaign needs to be more about the issues.
Ain't enough rolleyes.