Dennis Rodman takes credit for starting dictator-visiting trend

Would it matter if we told Dennis Rodman that he’s hardly the first American celebrity to buddy up with a foreign dictator? Besides, Jay and Bey didn’t actually meet with Castro.

  • Maksim
  • Love of Country

    I don’t know Dennis ….. that krap on the Left pre-dates Hanoi Jane, I’m sure … you need to get with it. Besides, it’s nothing to brag about, dummy!

  • Harry A

    i have a problem with the fact that we can legally travel to north korea but travel to cuba is illegal. i think the embargo should be ended, its quite obvious that after 50 years its not working and it itsnt going to work.

    aside: i read online that almost 75,000 americans visit cuba each year, most by going through mexico and canada, can anyone confirm this number?

    • John (it true me am)

      We needed to be more forceful with our embargo is the reason it never worked, it was never really intended to work. It was always used as a statement, not an actual punishment. Cuba was mishandled decades ago, and now there is no way to end the embargo without looking weak or giving the communist leadership a victory in the end. Once someone with a different last name than Castro is in power, the embargo will end, make no dobut.

      • TheOriginalDonald

        you mispeled Melania’s name, YOU’RE FIRED!-Donald Trump

  • disqus_e2F2oUH6C7

    It’s probably Rodman’s fault that NK is threatening to fire missiles. He probably told KJU that Obama wouldn’t retaliate because he just loves to play golf & basketball and does not worry about anything else.

    • John (it true me am)

      I just picture Kimmy Jr. throwing a tantrum in front of the North Korean generals screaming like a little kid who lost a toy “BRING BACK FUNNY ROD MAN, I WANT TO PLAY WITH MY ROD MAN. I blow them up til they give me back.”

  • mike_in_kosovo

    #twitchteam – typo in the headline text for this article on the mainpage, misspelled his last name.