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Questions Arise Over Sheet of Corrugated Aluminum Winning South Carolina Democratic Primary

06/11/2010 10:59 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Questions continue to be asked about Tuesday's victory of a six-foot sheet of corrugated aluminum over well-known former judge and state legislator Vic Rawl in the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary. Here now is our exclusive interview:

Interviewer: Congratulations on your victory.

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: Are you still surprised by the majority of votes you received?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: What kind of a campaign did you run and approximately how much money did you spend?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: Did you actually pay for the ten-thousand dollar filing fee?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: What do you think was the message that appealed to the voters of South Carolina who chose you?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: What was it that set you apart from the other Democratic contenders you ran against, like a wheel of cheese and a lawn chair?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: There seems to be some confusion about your past military service. Anything you would care to clear up?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: What strategy will you use to oppose Republican Senator Jim DeMint?

sheet of corrugated aluminum:

Interviewer: Thank you so much for your time.

sheet of corrugated aluminum: You're welcome.