(photo: birther thinking about coming in out of the rain)
What he is, is not a birther, but so craven and desperate for notice that he casually hinted last week that he questions the validity of President Obama's American birth certificate.
It was in an off-hand comment last week. "I'd believe Obama's birth certificate before I'd believe hers." (it was in reference to some some dubious woman in one of his rancid tabloid "issues.")
As this week when this "small government libertarian" reaffirmed his stand on eugenics, that old Nazi medical plan for the "mud people," or, in Dori's plan, involuntary sterilization for people he deems stupid or evil. This time it was some drunk guy who threw his young son off a harbor sight-seeing boat. "He should be made to never have any more children. We need to get him out of the gene pool."
(Involuntary sterilization: a really big government solution)
(Of course, by Dori's standard, and to keep that gene pool pristine, the son should be neutered too).
From another reader we heard about his outrage with the Obama administration over their making small towns replace their perfectly good traffic signs with new socialist ones that would make traffic signs all over the country uniform.
Just like something the socialist, big city Obamistas might pull on small towns who need that money for police cars and firemen rescuing kitties out of trees, right? The dumb ol' government thugs should stay out of our pocketbooks at least until the recession's over, right?
Dori ranted against Obama and all government about it ("No reason the government shouldn't be about half the size it is right now.") then played heart-rending audio from small town citizens bemoaning the expensive new mandates.
The original mandate was churned out by Bush administration regulators in 2003 as part of a routine update of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, the 816-page guide for traffic signs, signals and the like that seeks to set common standards nationwide
Then, implementation of the standards were dropped by the Obama administration, who said the rules were "burdensome to cash-strapped state and local governments!"
Don't expect a correction out of Dori, he's just on to the next sensational bit of fluff he hopes might get him a little more attention and a few more clicks "muh blog."
That is the objective of talk radio, of course; it's just that what makes Dori different than the rest of his Seattle talk cohort is that he'll say any goddamn thing to achieve it.