Pamela Anderson Tells Sarah Palin to “Suck It”

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Tell us how you really feel Pam Anderson. First it was Miami Beach's own Matt Damon, now Pamela Anderson has spoken out against Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin saying: "I can't stand her. She can suck it!"

What exactly, Pamela Anderson was referring to....we can only use our imaginations. Pam doesn't have to, from what we are told of course. Yes, and we've watched the video.

But the Baywatch Babe is not angry over the Republican party's platform and its insistence on maintaining an agenda to outlaw all forms of online poker and gambling (Anderson for about a month ran her own online poker room alongside poker legend Doyle Brunson). Anderson is one of a growing number of individuals who believe Ms. Palin is "mean to animals". Joy Behar of The View echoed a similar sentiment on the Larry King Show this week.

Anderson, 41, was recently in Toronto speaking out against the abuse of animals in Hollywood.

When asked by E! News Weekend Canada about Palin, she has some choice words for the Republican hopeful.

The reporter asked Pam if she saw a recent Newsweek article, which showed a gigantic bear hide in the office of Palin's house.

"I can't stand her," Pam blurted out. "She can suck it!"

Matt Damon had suggested this week that Republican John McCain might not survive his 4 year term (McCain has to be feeling mighty great about the confidence in his life expectancy that has been mentioned by numerous others).

"I think there's a really good chance Sarah Palin could become president, and I think that's a really scary thing," Fox quoted Damon, as saying.

McCain is at nearly even odds of winning the White House come November (he was at -108 odds at Bookmaker.com).  Obama had odds of -121.

"It's like a really bad Disney movie. The hockey mom, you know, ''Oh, I'm just a hockey mom''... and she's facing down (Russian) President Putin... It's totally absurd... It's a really terrifying possibility," he added.

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