Skip to comments.Dennis Rodman on Kim Jong Un's Prison Camps in North Korea We Do the Same Thing Here
Posted on 03/04/2013 2:23:05 PM PST by tsowellfan
Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman said Sunday on ABCs This Week with George Stephanopolous that there are hundreds of thousands of people in prison camps in the United States.
Its amazing how we do the same thing here, said Rodman, who visited North Korea last week...
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we might start doing the same thing with Obama
Low information voters don’t have to be poor, just ignorant.
I think Rodman is hankering for a stage show like Mike Tyson has. Paging Spike Lee ....
What a difficult decision that would be.
Hey Dennis, most of them are in prison for saying things like “Our leader is a lunatic”. We don’t have anything like that in America....YET;)
Dennis Rodman is an idiot, but he is a lot smarter than, Carmen Electra,Michelle Moyer, and Annie Bakes his ex-wives.
By the way his ex wife Michelle was on Pawn Stars and sold of some of Rodmans Jerseys, She was 100 miles of rough road.
Reminds me of the The David Zucker Albright Ad On North Korea
Narrated by Congressman Charles Rangel?
The sad thing is that you know there are Congressional districts in which he would have a very good shot at getting elected.
The sad thing is that you know there are Congressional districts in which he would be an improvement over the current Representative.
I have a strange feeling that Kim Jong Un has even more unrealistic expectations about what can be accomplished by this type of thing than does Dennis Rodman.
Rodman is even more ignorant than he looks. Any fine example of an Obama voter.
Admittedly, you have a point there. Scary.
This may very well be the stupidest person on the face of the Earth.
He may be so stupid that he didn’t realize the North Koreans would be recording everything he did with every temptation they provided him.
I wouldn’t rule out blackmail - Rodman would be a perfect mark.
Yup, but Ted Turner would not be too far behind. Remember when he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the North Koreans are probably skinny because they ride bikes and not due to hunger.