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Doug Clark Sings ‘Stand By Your Klan’

‘Stand by your Klan’

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“No matter what you hear, no matter what you think, no matter what you feel, you have to say the following: ‘No, that is not my husband’s voice,’ ” Steele said. “Then, like a rhinoceros in the road, you have to stand your ground and refuse to say anything but that.” That paragraph prompted one of my editor pals to suggest a makeover of the old Tammy Wynette hit “Stand By Your Man.” Well, you know me. When my editors say, “Jump,” I say, “Show me the cliff!” Steele was back in the news this week over a lovey-dovey birthday card he sent to his wife. Allegedly. The card violates a no-contact order, according to a federal prosecutor. So Friday found me in a recording studio with Joe Brasch, my bandmate and musical co-conspirator/Doug Clark, Spokesman-Review. More here.

Question: What do you think of Doug Clark's latest spoof song, "Stand By Your Klan"?



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