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Have You Seen the New Video of Hollywood Starlets Slamming the Republican 'Stance' on Women?


"If you think that this election won't affect you and your life, think again"

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Hollywood favorites Scarlett Johansson, Eva Longoria, and Kerry Washington are starring in a new political ad lambasting Republicans on women's issues, while urging viewers to vote for Barack Obama.

Created by MoveOn.org, a progressive advocacy group that received $1.46 million from billionaire activist George Soros in 2004, it's no surprise that the video comes out swinging against the Republican nominee.

The clip begins with the three actresses appearing on the screen one after another, each saying they want to talk to "you" about women and Mitt Romney.

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'Desperate Housewives' star Longoria remarks, "Mitt Romney is for ending funding to Planned Parenthood," and Scarlett Johansson adds, "including cancer screenings."

Kerry Washington continues with gravity: "He said he'd overturn Roe v. Wade."

However, from there the three begin to draw false parallels between the statements and stances of various Republicans, and Mitt Romney. Specifically, they imply that Todd Akin's widely denounced "legitimate rape" remarks are part of the Republican platform.

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"We have Republicans trying to re-define rape, trying to force women to undergo invasive ultra-sounds," Johansson and Longoria warn viewers.

"If you think that this election won't affect you and your life, think again," Johansson adds.

The clip concludes with Washington and Longoria each saying "vote," before Johansson points and says, "vote for Barack Obama."

Here is the entire video:

But while Hollywood would like many to believe Tinseltown is solely liberal, two actresses have recently come out in support of Mitt Romney: Stacey Dash and Lindsay Lohan.

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