[Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 19, 1957]
Come Webster open up your pages
And claim this new word for the ages.
To Faubus means to muff the ball,
To fumble, bhender, bluff and stoel,
To dodge and squim to back & fill,
To light the fires of ill mill,
To domineer and be officions,
To be quite stubborn and capricious
To start a crisis then deplore it,
And blame the other fellow for it.
This verb is useful when once learned
Thus - Verb faubushed while Rome burned
From Minneapolis Minnesota Star Journal