James Fallows of The Atlantic has a short piece on the piece here. Good points made without a lot of over thinking, but he really hits a point here:
I find myself fascinated by how poorly prepared the Republicans were for Obama. Is this the end of Rovian tactics in our politics? Is Obama leading or just a part of a historical change?
We can wonder later on -- and, minus something we can't now imagine, we can wonder pretty soon -- about the organizational and analytic skills Obama will display in office. But as a collection of talents brought to bear in a campaign, this is quite remarkable. And the sequential underestimations -- by the Hillary Clinton camp, and now by the Republicans -- will merit future analysis.
Or have we, the people, gotten wise to all of the cant and humbug of political campaigns?