December 21, 2013

The Despicable Dennis Rodman

Rex Murphy, National Post

The Associated Press

Rodman is now headed on his third trip to pay homage to Kim Jong-Un, the murderous dictator of North Korea. Photographs of him hugging the panda-faced butcher are repulsive. According to Rodman, he will be spending five days in North Korea so that he can help train the country’s basketball team.

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