David Broder Not in Iowa for Warped 2008 Caucuses

In today’s Washington Post, David Broder wrote that “New Hampshire is a more reliable, less distorted lens through which to view the presidential landscape than Iowa.” Wait for New Hampshire, the headline requested. Mr. Broder is not only waiting for New Hampshire, he’s waiting in New Hampshire. (He’s beat the rush hour—tonight nearly everyone who is currently crowded cheek-to-jowl in Iowa will head east between midnight and dawn.) Mr. Broder was kind enough to push the elevator button for us in our Bedford, N.H. hotel this evening, as our arms were filled with beer and pretzels. We’re sure we’ll see him downtown later, when we venture out for the post-caucus bar crawl. (Current temperature: 4 degrees!)