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The first line declares "In a country where the story goes 'Anyone can grow up to be president,' there were once two little boys who really were born to the role." It is apparent that this dual documentary is about a choice by the American people of the man who would be the 43rd president of the United States. One is a Texas millionaire, baseball team owner, and son of a president; the other is destined by family obligations to serve politically, yet shadowed by the charisma of his boss, Bill Clinton. Part of the Frontline program from PBS this documentary details The Choice 2000 -- George W. Bush or Al Gore.