"A day after actress Rose McGowan posted to her Twitter account a damning, made-up quote attributed to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, the former Charmed star issued an apology -- sort of," Dave Urbanski writes at The Blaze.
As reprinted in The Blaze, McGowan's interactions are profane and stereotypical. I suppose that passes for coolness in some subcultures.
Have you noticed? "Revolution" and "pushing boundaries" is fine with some in Hollywood, so long as your "revolution" is their "revolution" and your "outside the box" is their "outside the box."
But is that revolution? Or is it group think?
And is that really freedom of thought? Or is it fear of thinking for yourself?
It seems more like a recipe for being utterly, boringly "conservative."
I am one of those who pushes for creativity and excellence in all of life, including life in Tinseltown.
But that's the thing about rebellious excellence. It doesn't give in to peer pressure. Even if it comes out of Hollywood.
Meanwhile, Rose McGowan is a human being, and underneath her hatred and anger is probably a lot of hurt. That is understandable, but so is the love that challenges and corrects false information.