Wednesday 10 June 2009

A love-in?

Russell Brown, Labour MP has just asserted in the chamber of the House of Commons that the SNP Government hasn't had a honeymoon period, it's had a 'love-in' which John Lennon and Yoko Ono would have been proud of.

I can appreciate his frustration that the SNP remains popular while his party is struggling to survive and that he admires the ability of the SNP to keep doing what's right, and I can appreciate that he wishes that his party had someone delivering something, but whatever can he mean by 'love-in'?

1 comment:

patrick said...

"First referenced in the musical Hair, a Love-in is a gathering of individuals who attempt to levitate a selected building through meditation and love. A love-in is usually used to protest a social or environmental issue." Hmmm, doesn't quite fit.