CNN founder Ted Turner blasted Fox News as a "propaganda voice" of the Bush administration and compared the channel's popularity to the rise of Hitler in a speech Tuesday at the National Association of Television Programming Executives in Las Vegas. "Adolf Hitler was more popular in Germany in the early '30s than... people that were running against him," he said. "So just because you're bigger doesn't mean you're right." Fox News wasted no time lashing back, saying in a statement, "Ted is understandably bitter having lost his ratings, his network and now his mind we wish him well." Hitler couldn't have said it better himself.
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