Is The Worm a traitor?
While North Korea threatens the United States with preemptive nuclear attack, Dennis Rodman, former NBA basketball attraction, on visiting that country, hugs Kim Jong Un, North Korean dictator, as his new friend.
With his flamboyant display of tattoos and abundant facial jewelry, accented by the two mucous collectors hanging from his nostrils, Rodman seems to have found once again his place on the international stage. His place this time, unfortunately, seems more like a traitor to his country.
His less-than-average intelligence appears to have left him with little or no knowledge that the Korean creep he is befriending is threatening to blow up Washington, D.C., and that his new friend’s counterparts have the blood of almost 40,000 American servicemen on their hands who died in the Korean War ridding South Korea of these communist invaders.
Additionally, Rodman, aka The Worm (as he was frequently referred to in his NBA days), openly befriends the regime that has starved by famine a large percentage of its people and has held them to some of the most egregious forms of human indignity on record.
Hopefully, this self-appointed, misdirected voice of unreason, will not be invited to the White House or to the State Department for any diplomatic debriefing.