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Pink Is Terrified Of Sarah Palin, Says She "Hates Women"

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Matt Damon is frightenedGina Gershon has a damn good impersonation and Pamela Anderson wants her to suck it. Who could we be talking about?  None other than vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

In more “Sarah Palin Pisses The World Off” news, on Thursday Pink told popeater.com: “If I were writing a letter to Sarah Palin it would be a lot of whys and hows. Who are you? Do you know? Why do you hate animals? Please point out Iraq on a map …” As many know, Pink considers herself an animal rights activist and said that unlike Palin, “she couldn’t imagine shooting a wolf out of a helicopter.” But It isn’t just Palin’s hatred of animals that upsets Pink.

What scares the singer most is the women out there who consider Palin’s selection some of sort of victory for feminism. Pink says: “This woman hates women. She is not a feminist. She is not the woman that’s going to come behind Hillary Clinton and do anything that Hillary Clinton would’ve been capable of … I can’t imagine overturning Roe vs. Wade. She’s not of this time. The woman terrifies me.”

To join the ranks of celebrities who oppose Palin, rumor has it that Tina Fey will guest on Saturday Night Live this evening and do a much anticipated impersonation the Alaskan governor. Will Tina be shooting wolves from helicopters? Tune in tonight and find out!

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