George W. Bush's limits to freedom

George W. Bush's limits to freedom

Reveal date

In 1999, while working at the anti-corporate website, Mike and Andy receive an email from a fellow named Zack Exley, who has had the foresight to register the domain and wants help making a website for it.

The real Bush-for-President campaign website is at Rather than make a whole new website, Andy and Mike simply modify that one to explain in more honest terms the real reasons Bush wants to be President: to help the rich at the expense of the poor and the environment, etc.

The masquerade so angers Bush that his campaign sends a cease-and-desist letter and complains to the Federal Elections Commission that whoever is behind should have to declare the source of their money. Finally, when a reporter asks Bush about the website at a televised press conference, the future “president” declares: “There ought to be limits to freedom.”

Sadly, we now know just what he meant.

The whole story of can be found at