I am not going to say much about the latest brouhaha between Dobson and Obama. Suffice it to say, judging from the quick and spectrum crossing opposition and criticism of his words, 2004's Kingmaker is one step from the abyss of insignificance and celebrity death. This is the effort of a wounded and dying animal (metaphorically speaking).
We knew his days were numbered when he tried to get Richard Cizik fired and lost the fight, saw his party fall in 2006 Congressional races (because he had picked the wrong side in the war), railed against Evangelicals caring about poverty and the environment (and lost once more) and saw Jim Wallis' media star rise. He realized his his great concerns of 1) Power, 2) Money, 3) a Seat at the table were in jeopardy and took the loudmouthed approach instead of the smart approach, seriously misjudging his stature.
He has now seen that he no longer has #1, which will bring in less of #2 (which is why he is fighting global warming as an issue- he does not control it). He has already burned his bridges with McCain and Obama, so he gets no #3. Put a fork in him and let him join with has-beens like Robertson, Schlafly, Frist, Zell Miller, Falwell, DeLay, and Santorum. Next up Tony Perkins and Charles Colson. My prediction is that Richard Land plays this one smarter.