Dennis Rodman does North Korea again

  • Article by: DALE McFEATTERS , Scripps Howard News Service
  • Updated: September 12, 2013 - 8:54 PM

Darned if that diplomat Dennis Rodman isn’t demanding to be taken seriously.

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RankenFyleSep. 12, 13 9:48 PM

What's next? I fear the day that Michael Beasley goes to Iran.

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F10028Sep. 13, 13 4:49 PM

For the love of all that is holy why can't this man go away and stay away. It makes me sad that he is an American.

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owatonnabillSep. 13, 13 8:20 PM

What's next? Miley Cyrus twerking Mahmoud Ahmadinejad? Nahhh......

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orpheus90Sep. 14, 1310:09 AM

Dennis Rodman's adventures in North Korea may be one of the most unusual stories in international diplomacy that ever hit the front page of a newspaper. True, Kim Jong Un and Rodman make the oddest of odd couples, but if basketball diplomacy can help open the hermit nation's door, one that conventional diplomatic channels has been unable to pry open for over half a century, then what's to complain about? I'm not suggesting that the Nobel Peace Prize Committee will one day be contemplating Rodman's name, but who knows? It certainly makes the world a more interesting, even hopeful, place.

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