Time has passed people have changed, the old war monger governments don't like this idea of people getting along with each other.
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What is rodman doing in any kind of relations for our country? He is a poster boy for everything that is wrong with this country today!I can't believe that he isn't being held up as a perfect example of the disgraceful American society by Kim Jong to his people.
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Stranger things've happened. For instance, the 'ping pong diplomacy' that paved the way for Nixon's visit to China. It seems unlikely that Dennis Rodman should be the catalyst for opening North Korea up, but wouldn't it be great? Just another freakish footnote in the man's incredibly odd life.
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Oh, animal, now don't diss my main man! ;-)
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Rodman is a joke. He was during his 15 minutes of fame. Now that he has long since passed that moment of fame, he is seeking another 15 minutes. To think anyone could suggest that he would be improving relationships with another country is just ludicrous.
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Spirit, not you, too! ;-)
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Yeah he is not politically correct that is for certain. That is why we like him, he don't kiss butt.
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"...maybe his Rookie Card I have will become valuable if he becomes POTUS."
To me, that would be the ONLY reason to hang on to a Rodman rookie card...
Not a big fan here
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As impartial as he seems to be I would make a Supreme Court Justice out of him.
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