In case you haven't had enough of me, Chris, and Paul on Reagan, here's some more good analysis, both pro and con.
Big Tent Democrat, Digby, and Rick Perlstein generally take the 'Obama doesn't get it' position. Matthew Yglesias, Ezra Klein, and TNR's Josh Patashnik take what I'll call the 'double-clever theory of change' approach.
I'll note that I believe strongly that Matt Stoller, with his passionate hatred of Obama's candidacy, has clearly lost credibility. I'm saddened that a blog like OpenLeft, which I once used to like, has sunk so low and is emulating the MSM.
UPDATE: Here are more clips. This one is Obama saying he opposes the 'anti-military 70s love-in' kind of approach to warmaking, and this one is Obama saying that the Republicans were the party ideas and were challenging conventional wisdom, though it leaves out the next statement, which is him saying that this is no longer the case.
I would comment, but I have lost credibility. Besides I have an anti-military 70s love-in to attend.
UPDATE AGAIN: Lots of great stuff in the comments, as usual. Former Dodd staffer Matt Browner Hamlin has some more thoughts in his new blog, Hold Fast.