Should Dennis Rodman be charged for something because of his North Korea Visits?
There is no law against being a pompous idiot but technically, the US is still at war with North Korea. Should there be an intervention by the US government to curtail travel to NK? Or is he serving a useful role to the US which allows unfettered travel to NK?
The US may not be best friends with North Korea, but they are not "at war" with them either. Just sayin'. So Rodman can pretty much do whatever he wants.
That said, I'm not sure what the point of his "goodwill" trips to North Korea would be, other than to hang out with someone who's even more batsh*t crazy than he is.
As you said, there is no law against being a pompous idiot, so if any American is going to visit NK and get buddy-buddy with their big-headed leader, I'd rather it be an idiot than someone privy to any of our national or military secrets.
Americans should be free to go wherever they want, whenever they want. You needn't worry about Rodman for another reason, too: he's making a big enough fool of himself without the color of law to sanction him.
Since no peace treaty was ever signed after the Korean War, the US/South Korea are technically still at war with North Korea. There is only a cease fire agreement in place.
Having volatile "friends" like Kim Jong Un could lead to finding oneself in a Gulag on a whim, so that would be good for Rodman to keep in mind.
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