Lawmaker, state Senate candidate, and father Scott Talley (R-Spartanburg) may have thought he was safe running a commercial featuring himself reading books to the two adorable little kids pictured to the right.
But he was so, so wrong.
That’s because Talley didn’t count on Will Folks (CDV-Columbia) exposing the fact that on some nights in 2006 these kids were, by Folks’ estimation, probably NOT read to by Talley.
That’s right. Former Sanford spokesman, crack investigator, and domestic violence criminal Will Folks has looked at records of legislative receptions and has propounded the theory that in 2006 there were nights in which the words “I do not like them, Sam I Am” never even crossed Talley’s lips.
In a post called “Aw…So…Cute” Will Folks writes, “there’s no way Talley made it home in time to put the little rugrats to bed those 29 nights.”
I, for one, will stay tuned as Seuss-gate unfolds. When a tough guy like Will Folks blogs about someone’s kids, it’s important to listen to what he has to say.