National Affairs: Do Me a Real Dab

The great tradition of American political oratory extends all the way from Patrick Henry to Disk Jockey Lee ("Three-D Lee-D") Dorris, who last week was hired to plug the candidacy of Cayce L. Pentecost for Public Utilities Commissioner of Tennessee. A sample of Dorris' exposition of Pentecost's merits: "Greetings, all you hep cats, gators, lame janes and dream queens. This is Lee D speelin' at you about a real gone cat from Goneville, Cayce L. Pentecost, a real boogie in the know. He's no square from Chicago. Cayce Pentecost is my man's name; by square-dealing he won his fame. Do this...

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