Welcome political enthusiasts,
My name is Candidate Burt Silver. Whether it’s pulling in my earnings around the card table int the late-night smokey boiler room or serving my constituents, I get the job done. “It’s a new dawn with Burt Silver … because I stayed up all night to see it.”
So welcome to my campfire and hope you enjoy!
There’s a lot of confusion …
Swirling around the “late night smokey boiler room.”
Burt’s happy to talk his record, any time and anywhere
For a lot of people, there’s a knee-jerk reaction that it’s a waste of time, or even worse — a distraction from a productive life. Not for Candidate Burt Silver. The late night smokey boiler room is where he finds his sweet spot, and where he gets down to what he does best — pulling in lots of earnings, coming up with all his best ideas, and strapping on a late night feedbag at the all-night dinner afterwards. How late afterwards? Usually by the time Burt shows up at the late-night dinner, the dawn of a new day is starting to break. That’s actually how Burt came up with his campaign slogan: “It’s a new dawn with Burt Silver, because he stayed up all night to see it.” New Dawn is also the name of his campaign song, as sung by Bobby Angel.
The truth about Burt Silver is this: He gets the job done.
What’s the secret to Burt Silver’s success?
Knowing his way around the card table hasn’t hurt.
Burt Silver approves this message
In this video, Candidate Burt Silver presents his case in plain English to the voters. A vote for Burt Silver is a bet on a great gambler who’s ready to apply the same lessons he’s learned at the card table to serving his constituency. Remember: It’s a new dawn with Burt Silver … Because he stayed up all night to see it.
Just when it appeared
Burt had the election in the bag …
A show down of ideologies
Merle Turkle bursts onto the scene. What’s Merle’s strength? For one, he knows his enemy, and he knows where to hit him where in counts. In the case of Candidate Burt Silver, that’s in the smoky boiler room where he gets most of his work done. Keep in mind: Not only does Burt do all his major negotiations around the card table, it’s also the primary source of funds that pays for his campaign. As good a politician as Burt is, Merle knows his only hope to defeat him is to trick him out of the smoky boiler room and early morning diners. But will Merle prevail, or does Burt have a trick or two up his sleeve? Moral of the story: For Merle the best defense is a good offense and for Burt it’s doing whatever it takes to make it back to the late night smoky boiler room night after night.