2008_09_termgrp.jpgPeople Have Spoken Coalition, a collection of politicians and community leaders, gathered in front of City Hall yesterday to show their support for term limit laws as the City Council inches closer to an attempt at overturning them. The group is prepared to organize rallies and potentially take legal action in order to protect term limits, which have been voted on twice by New Yorkers. At the gathering, state senator Eric Adams said, "The city will not die without Bloomberg." Elsewhere over the weekend, TV ads financed billionaire Ronald Lauder in favor of term limits began airing. In one, he compares politicians to diapers that need to be changed regularly. While the ads attack the City Council who Lauder calls "a widespread disaster," they do not address Lauder's friend Mayor Bloomberg, the central figure in the term limits debate.