In the ad, these actresses paint Mitt Romney and all Republicans as people who threaten women's live and rights. Referencing Todd Akin's statement about "legitimate rape," Scarlett Johansson claims that Republicans are "trying to redefine rape." Also, Eva Longoria attempts to paint Republicans as dangerous and inhumane when she says that Republicans are "trying to force women to undergo invasive ultrasounds."
Moreover, Kerry Washington makes a misstatement in regards to Roe v. Wade. Talking about Mitt Romney, she said that "...he'd overturn Roe v. Wade," which conveys her lack of knowledge of our nation's judicial system and the Supreme Court's capability of overturning court cases.
The purpose of this ad is to only further the false notion that Republicans have been perpetuating a "war on women." Don't these women, who are far-removed from our society, realize that the real war on women is in places like Pakistan, where the Taliban recently attempted to kill a 14 year old girl who has been fighting for education for girls? These actresses, who make millions of dollars and host lavish fundraisers for Obama, do not represent most women in America.
In fact, women featured in Concerned Women for America's new ad "Let's Talk About Women" truly represent real women in America. These women not only expose how Hollywood's elitist actresses are out of touch with most Americans but are also forcing women who believe in the sanctity of life to pay for abortions with their rightfully earned taxpayer money. That, as the ad states, is truly invasive.