In a word: no. But there is a bigger question....
This is a meme gaining traction amongst even moderate conservatives after Rachel Maddow's appearance on Meet the Press last Sunday. While I'm not a huge fan of her specific views in every instance, I do think she adds constructively to the political debate and I was glad to see her fresh face on Meet the Press which is usually a forum for the Washington/New York establishment dinosaurs.
Last Sunday, Dick Armey was trying to paint the picture that MoveOn was "comparing Bush to Hitler" in 2004 and Maddow interrupted Armey to say that Moveon did not compare Bush to Hitler. Is she correct? Let's look a the evidence.
Right wing sites have presented the video in question as well as protesters who have vile pictures of Bush and Cheney in Nazi uniforms, etc. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said it best when he said that such imagery misses the point and we should lower the heat a little bit on the debate.
Back to the question at hand. Did MoveOn "run an ad" comparing Bush to Hitler? The "ad" in question was part of a contest and was uploaded onto their site along with hundreds of other entries without being screened. This would be akin to a call-in show having a caller say something that the host may not necessarily agree with. As Media Matters put it: