The Obama campaign has unleashed a new attack ad, titled "Troubled," that takes aim at Mitt Romney and his position on abortion. The ad suggests, "Every woman who believes decisions about our bodies and our healthcare should be our own is troubled Mitt Romney supports overturning Roe v. Wade. Romney backed a law that outlaws all abortions, even in cases of rape and incest."

However the Romney campaign has argued the ad is false, and pointed to the op-ed he wrote last year in the "National Review" titled "My Pro-Life Pledge" in which he said abortion should be, "Limited to only instances of rape, incest or to save the life of a mother."

Chris Stirewalt addressed the issue on Monday's edition of "Power Play Live" with his guest, Charles Hurt of the Washington Times, who called recent Obama ads, "insanely negative" and added that the President wants, "To talk about his birth certificate more than he wants to talk about the economy. He will talk about anything to keep from talking about the economy."

You can see the exchange below and don't forget to catch the show live each weekday at 1130am EDT at http://live.foxnews.com