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Published: Monday, March 4 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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one old man
Ogden, UT

It might be worth a try.

Given the past insanity to North Korean leaders, this might be an opportunity to make a breakthrough. Invite the nut case to visit us, take him to some NBA games, talk basketball at the White House and who knows . . . . . ? Maybe he would discover that we're not completely evil after all.

Anti Bush-Obama
Washington, DC

I bet they will have a lot in common politically. Obama should ask him about how gun controls works in North Korea because he so desperatley wants to do the same thing here.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

If Kim Jong Un really wanted to talk to the President, he knows that the proper way to go about it is through established lines of diplomatic channels starting with his foreign minister. Instead, he chooses the public medium of an American celebrity who's not too bright to send out a teaser that's intended to make headlines.

I Bleed Blue
Las Vegas, NV

Dennis Rodman The Jane Fonda of our time. Hey Dennis, you should have asked your 'friend' how he can sit back and watch millions of people starve to death. Keep it classy Rodman.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Are we supposed to hate Rodman because he played for the Bulls? Or is there some other reason? Remember, this wasn't a State Dept. idea, so we can't use it as an excuse to hate Kerry.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Are there any Obama phones left?

Open Minded Mormon
Everett, 00

Dennis Rodman will now be a Super-Star in North Korea for many years to come.

Think of it --
He will be on TV, Posters, Billboards, etc. for all to see!

Now, all of North Korea will see what "Americans" look like.
Like a Freakshow to scare you away from "normal" Americans.

It was a trap, and Rodman took the bait.
Shall we say - Propaganda Puppet.
Nice going Dennis...

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