The premise? There is only one woman in America dumb enough to vote for the Republican nominee. The woman in question is named Carolyn Overly (played by actress Selma Blair); a liberal stereotype of a typical Republican woman. In other words, an idiot.
“There are some people out there that want you to believe that Mitt Romney is unsympathetic to the problems we women face,” Blair begins.
She goes on to explain that it’s “simply not true.”
Overly attempts to explain why the arguments against Romney are false, but she’s unable to pronounce the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Instead she says, “Lilly Ledsomething, I don’t know act.”
“To those Jewish women, I say, I don’t want equal pay. I want my money to go toward getting rid of the Middle East. Those people are so angry.”
The next scene finds Overly in her kitchen. She’s got a pink hair net on, there’s a glass of wine on the counter where she’s rolling out some dough, and in the background there’s a conspicuously placed sign that reads: “FAITH.”