Wolf Blitzer: Dennis Rodman’s North Korea visit is a ‘diplomatic triumph’

Uh-oh … looks like Wolf is blitzed again!

Gotta love “real journalism.”

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  • Leroy Whitby

    Rodman got a tattoo of a starving child on his eyelids to commemorate the triumph.

  • Leroy Whitby

    Rodman got a tattoo of a starving child on his eyelids to commemorate the triumph.

  • Jeremy

    Wolf Blitzer is a stupid ass not surprised

    • Mark Acay

      Mr. Jeremy, do you realize what you just called WB. Buchanan you are an idiot like Pat.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        Generally, when one presumes that their fellow man is of low intelligence, they will put forth more effort into their grammar and punctuation. Wolf Blitzer made an inane comment. The fact that Jeremy can see that, while you cannot, speaks volumes.

  • Jeremy

    Wolf Blitzer is a stupid ass not surprised

  • TocksNedlog

    Is anyone else thinking “Pulitzer” for this one?

  • Steve_J

    I’ll take TV anchor’s for $1,000.00, Alex.
    A: Wolf Blitzer
    Q: Which anchor is the biggest dumbass on television?

    • E Quilibrate

      I’m sorry, you’ve offered too many choices.

      • agroulx

        No, he didn’t offer enough choices, and he forgot the “All the above”

  • Steve_J

    I’ll take TV anchor’s for $1,000.00, Alex.
    A: Wolf Blitzer
    Q: Which anchor is the biggest dumbass on television?

  • http://twitter.com/elizabethlipp elizabethlipp

    I am sick to my stomach. The world has gone mad.

  • http://twitter.com/elizabethlipp elizabethlipp

    I am sick to my stomach. The world has gone mad.

  • gracepmc

    Well, considering that John Kerry is Secretary of State it is possible that Rodman is part of our new diplomacy. Just sayin’

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

      I imagine this qualifies Rodman to be the new ambassador to “Kyrzakhstan”.

      • gracepmc

        I imagine if offered Mr. Rodman would accept and most likely Mr. Blitzer would report it.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

          I was poking fun at Kerry’s gaffe. “Kyrzakhstan” was a gross mispronunciation of an ally’s name earlier this week.

          • gracepmc

            Yes, I know. i just took a ride on it and poked further fun at Mr. Rodman and Mr. Blitzer. We missed one another. Alas. :)

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

            There’s always an open position in Libya. Rodman could bond with the friendly mob over a game of basketball 😉

        • E Quilibrate

          There you go again, using logic. Don’t be sure either of
          them can spell ambassador

  • gracepmc

    Well, considering that John Kerry is Secretary of State it is possible that Rodman is part of our new diplomacy. Just sayin’

  • $41341954

    Blitzer might not be that far off. Considering how little in common the United States has with North Korea, it’s nice to see that there is some sort of commonality with Kim Jong Un in regards to basketball. Who knows, maybe Kerry can send Michael Jordan out there to take the proverbial buzzer beater.

    On a unrelated note, I actually saw Dennis at a bar in South Florida. We had some common acquaintances so I went over to introduce myself. He was a seeming normal guy who, while reserved, was a great conversationalist. Then we drank, a lot.

  • $41341954

    Blitzer might not be that far off. Considering how little in common the United States has with North Korea, it’s nice to see that there is some sort of commonality with Kim Jong Un in regards to basketball. Who knows, maybe Kerry can send Michael Jordan out there to take the proverbial buzzer beater.

    On a unrelated note, I actually saw Dennis at a bar in South Florida. We had some common acquaintances so I went over to introduce myself. He was a seeming normal guy who, while reserved, was a great conversationalist. Then we drank, a lot.

  • Johnny_Layabout

    I’m going to have to go against the flow here and say there’s some truth to what Blitzer says (even CNN can be right every once in a while). It’s a very small step, but certainly a positive one, a bit like Van Cliburn in the Soviet Union.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jack.j.jackson.16 Jack J Jackson

    Even though it’s not mentioned, but you know that Rodman was paid for his visit in much the same way Musical artists get paid to play for rich Arabs in the middle east.

  • Guest

    and slowly sequester consequences sink in – Blitzer’s dictionary destroyed by locusts.