al·der·man Listen to the pronunciation of alderman
Middle English, from Old English ealdorman, from ealdor parent (from eald old) + man — more at old
before 12th century
1: a person governing a kingdom, district, or shire as viceroy for an Anglo-Saxon king
2 a: a magistrate formerly ranking next below the mayor in an English or Irish city or borough
2 b: a high-ranking member of a borough or county council in Ireland or formerly in England chosen by elected members
3: a member of a city legislative body
— al·der·man·ic Listen to the pronunciation of aldermanic \ˌȯl-dər-ˈma-nik\ adjective
June 26, 2008, 04:27 PM
Make sure you guys post a comment. There is a link on the page to post. Overwhelmingly, people support the 2nd Amendment. It's a great thing.
June 26, 2008, 04:29 PM
Way to strike while the iron's hot! Excellent!
June 26, 2008, 04:32 PM
I am so confused, what is this "Gun Lobby" they keep talking about???
do they mean us? the private citizens who want to protect our rights??
who are these politicians who are not afraid to take on the "gun lobby", i mean for crying out loud, do they not understand that the NRA is made up of the public??????
Stick it to Chicago, they need to to get with the program anyway. Its their fault (Chicago) that the state is so wacked out
June 26, 2008, 04:45 PM
anyone want to bet that the nra filing the lawsuit is a preemptive strike to make sure they have control of the case? they were very unhappy that gura stole their thunder in parker/heller.
June 26, 2008, 04:50 PM
Most gun stores don't have a lobby.:)
Beretta Galleries, and the like, probably do, but otherwise there aren't many gun lobbies.