So when I say that SK will have some losses, I mean people will die there. So no need to tell me that people will die there. If you
supposed that my list goes on order of deaths, please note that point #1 is a
single individual. So thanks for trying to disagree with me while
making my point, it's gracious of you!
@ london_josh - lincoln, CA5. SK will have some losses You had
better re-write this statement. 50 % of the South Koreans live 50 miles away
from the North Korean Border. Both capitals are only 120 miles apart. The border
of South Korea is only 35 miles away. Metero Seoul is a total of 50 miles away.
So go refigure when you state "5) SK will have some losses."
A cute write up full of cliches and insignificant side remarks. What is
important is that Donald Trump talks out of both sides of his mouth. The
difference between Trump and other politicians that do the same is Donald Trump
believes both versions coming forth from his mouth.
An insecure, attention starved former NBA rebounder with crazy hair and highly
dubious awareness of history and world events as an ambassador to the most
dangerous regime in the world....Well that makes about as much sense as an
insecure, attention starved reality TV show mogul with crazy hair and highly
dubious awareness of history and world events in charge of the world's most
powerful military. Maybe Ron Artest can be our Secretary of Defense.
If I recall correctly Rodman's comments about Mormons where just what
you'd expect, it was Phil Jackson's apology that was even worse
because it too was ignorant and dismissive. As for NK, it's not
handled by Dennis or Donald, but Xi will take care of it. China
already pulled the protection back away from NK, they'll move before or
with the US to crush this quickly because if a war breaks out the losers in
order are:1 un will be dead by day 32 millions of NK citizens 3 China will own a mess to clean up and a huge humanitarian issue 4
China will have political issues in an area that they want to remain King
over5 SK will have some losses China will be a huge part of
this, and trump knows that and has a good name in China, he's far more
popular right now than Obama was for several legitimate reasons. Now
I'll open it up for liberals to tell me that I'm wrong and that
despite me having made 14 trips to China this year that I'm clueless
because I disagree with them.
Nichol DraperYou said: "He really couldn't do worse than
previous administrations."Really, I mean really? Insinuations
aside, your notion that no previous administration has had better
representatives to foreign countries is more than a little off base.Presuming you are a trump supporter (and if you are not I sincerely apologize
for the insult), is there anyone that trump could foist on the American public
that would even raise your eyebrow?Have you read about the 2
judicial nominees made by trump that have been withdrawn from consideration.
They were both so bad and lied boldfacedly that even the lapdog GOP had them
un-nominated. One could not even answer Law 101 questions almost any fool could
answer without breaking a sweat. The man was a complete nincompoop, as are many
other appointed positions that trump has filled.I can understand the
slavish devotion to the president, but why defend such a ridiculous preposition
that Dennis Rodman is a qualified international diplomat.
I wish I was surprised to read Trump's praise and recommendations of
Rodman. If Rodman pours a little praise on Trump he could find himself Secretary
of State. What is deeply saddening is to read responses like
I have no problem with Dennis Rodman representing the USA even as official
ambassador to North Korea. Having a personal relationship with both the
presidents is a great advantage. And so what if Dennis is a little nutty. You
would have to be to nutty to take that job on. Maybe Dennis is good at rebounds
and international diplomacy. He really couldn't do worse than previous
I don't think Trump could care less about Rodman. If I were
Rodman, I'd worry about offending Kim on one of these trips to NK. The
Little Dictator would lock Rodman away for a few decades and forget about him.
Trump, Rodman, and Un share many similarites in personality and how they deal
with people. Why would Trump view Rodman as a problem?
@GaryO;"I was going to contribute to the Salvation Army, but I might
as well denuclearize North Korea and save the world instead."Ha!
Quote of the day! Please save us. Thanks for the wit. Have a good one.
Re: “’I’ll tell you what the Marshal wants more than anything.
It’s not even that much,' Rodman told the Guardian . . .
Rodman said Kim is a Frank Sinatra fan. The Marshal likes The
Chairman.”So . . . Kim Jong Un wants what? . . . A CD
anthology of Sinatra's greatest hits? That would make him happy?I’ll spring for that. What’s Kim’s address?I
was going to contribute to the Salvation Army, but I might as well denuclearize
North Korea and save the world instead.
Rodman and trump are proof positive that a person can excel at a certain task
(Rodman - athletics, trump - self promotion), yet be a complete dolt in the rest
of their life.And we reward these one trick ponies with immense
wealth and notoriety.What does this say about our society? Why
isn't the local teacher, retired volunteer or selfless public servant
accorded even a modicum of the riches and fame that these "stars" have?
trump . . . . rodman?About equal to one another, aren't they?
Dennis Rodman would have been a more qualified and slightly less bizarre
presidential candidate than Donald Trump, but oh well.And who really
knows if Dennis Rodman would have been as obsequious as Donald Trump, to our
true leader Vladimir Putin?
Rodman is a sad case. He seemed to be a fine young man until the culture of
celebrity caught up with him. Trump, Rodman, and Kim are all unstable
individuals. The damage they represent to the world is incalculable. Jay Evensen seems more peeved about Rodman getting inside Karl Malone's
head thirty years ago. Let it go, dude.
If you are not confused, then you simply do not understand.
What a strange era we live in where adding Dennis Rodman to Trump's staff
would actually lend it credibility and stability.