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Yeah, I'm sure that the millions of North Koreans who have been starving because of years of famine really love their leaders. They only publicly show what looks to be love (such as the weird public mourning for Kim Il Jung) because if they don't, they will end up disappearing in the middle of the night never to be heard from again. I don't think Dennis Rodman is going to be on the short list for any public policy positions anytime soon.
Rodman clearly did not major in history in college.
How about we get over our need for punching bag nations. Rodman visit was brilliant. The Koreans call their leader Great Leader. Call him the Great and Terrible Oz, what does it matter? What's to lose? The Democratic People's Republic of Korea wants a little respect, and attention. That Koreans need more food is not unique. Tens of thousands of people die of starvation all over the world. Some non-exploitive respectful food contributions would be a humane gesture. American military guns & bombs are almost always less effective than sincere humane intention.
Here is an idea, if you like it there so much Dennis...stay there.
How did Rodman manage to avoid membership in the Tea Party?
I wish he would stay there for good and don't come back to US.
Obama can't seem to do anything right on the world stage, lets start sending Dennis Rodman around the world instead of boring John Kerry.
Who knows - it could work.
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