(Fox News) Teddy Turner, son of billionaire media mogul Ted Turner and Republican candidate for Congress, said his father's marriage to Jane Fonda prompted his major left turn.
"I was raised in a different time at the Turner household … a very conservative household with capitalism and all of that kind of stuff," the younger Turner told Newsmax TV's "The Steve Malzberg Show."
Teddy Turner is running for Congress in South Carolina, where he faces former Gov. Mark Sanford in a Republican primary. His platform includes opposition to taxes and same-sex marriage and he is a global warming skeptic – all positions his father does not share.
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"Yes, I'm Teddy Turner," he said at a recent Republican gathering. "You can't pick your parents."