Dennis Rodman thinks he's better than Barack Obama on North Korea
By Laurel Brown | May 10, 2013 11:59 AM ET
Dennis Rodman is not a man who has ever been short on ego. That ego is probably the source of the former basketball star's comments regarding President Barack Obama's inability to deal with North Korea and its threatening leader, Kim Jong-un.
Specifically, Rodman's opinion on the President is: "Obama can't do s**t."
This statement was made by Rodman to TMZ.com, which of course promptly shared it with the world. The gossip site caught up with this self-styled ambassador in Los Angeles and asked him about his plans to return to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (aka, North Korea) in order to work for the freedom of an imprisoned American.
In addition to stating that he does indeed plan on freeing the prisoner, if he can, Rodman had a few choice words with regard to the President. "We got a black president [who] can't even go talk to [Kim Jong-un ... Obama can't do s**t. I don't know why he won't go talk to him," Rodman explained in his standard, eloquent style.
Perhaps as an explanation to any detractors who might criticize the above statement, Dennis Rodman had one thing to add: "I'm not a diplomat."
Finally, a statement the world can agree on!
when you don't have much of a career -- or full employment for that matter -- what else are you going to do to keep your name in the news?
It's Dennis Rodman. He's a sideshow.
I hope and pray that this publicity starved whore is back on the booze and coke
Then in good time the melt down and public humiliation will follow.
[quote]Another celeb who should just STFU
You mean another HASBEEN celeb who should STFU.
This thread is gonna light up like a Christmas tree.
Meh, being better than Obama in dealing with foreign policy is like being the tallest midget at the circus.
This is all a p.r. stunt on Rodman's part, stupid asshole that he is.
Your average republican fundie voter probably has a higher IQ than r5
R7. Hillary carried foreign policy, now we have Obama and quite possibly the most boring person on the planet running the State Department. If you think those two can perform, you should be questioning anyone's IQ.
This is what we've come to. God help us.
"Drugs are probably the source of the former basketball star's comments"
There ya go.
And yeah, R5/8, our standing in the world is a shambles and we're being attacked from all sides.
Much worse than when W was in office. Whew!