Dennis Rodman enjoyed a successful career in the National Basketball Association and came away with millions of dollars in his bank account. He so enjoyed dying his hair or ranting and shouting insults to other players-and fans. He was a man who believed that his presence anywhere and any time was an important event. Today, for some strange reason, he has become a friend of North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un and is able to move freely in a country in which millions go hungry each day and thousands have been killed, including women and children. The brutality of Kim Jong-un is of no importance to Dennis. He was asked to assist a Mr. Kenneth Bae who is imprisoned in a brutal situation, but the plight of a human in pain is not on the radar screen of Dennis Rodman.
As far as aiding this man, “Guess what? That’s not my job to ask about Kenneth Bae. Ask Obama about that. Ask Hillary Clinton about Kim Jong-un. He’s my friend for life.” Imagine Rodman in the South during slavery discussing his friends who are slave owners!