From Fox News:
MoveOn.org released a statement on Monday, saying neither that ad nor another one portraying Hitler and Bush was their ad, "nor did their appearance constitute endorsement or sponsorship by MoveOn.org Voter Fund. They will not appear on TV. We do not support the sentiment expressed in the two Hitler submissions."
MoveOn.org noted that those ads were voted down by the group's members and the public, who submitted nearly 3 million critiques while choosing the 15 finalist entries.
"We agree that the two ads in question were in poor taste and deeply regret that they slipped through our screening process," the statement said. "In the future, if we publish or broadcast raw material, we will create a more effective filtering system."
Well, it's not exactly what you said, but maybe you just remembered wrong.
In any case, nobody - NOBODY - at moveon was responsible for making these ads. Nobody at moveon endorsed these ads. They were submitted by the public. They were removed within 24 hours.
How long has Bush's ad been up? Has Ed Gillespie gotten around to calling it "the worst and most vile form of political hate speech," yet? Or is that only for when you can tenuously and falsely connect the ad with the democratic party - somehow it's okay when our president does it?