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Using a flawed list

As a result, what the President, Senate Democrats, and others are essentially saying is that a flawed list that was created for purposes that have nothing to do with gun control or national policy toward guns, and which has a process for determining who gets put on the list that the government refuses to reveal should be used to deny people recognized Constitutional rights as if they were equivalent to felons with violent criminal records or others who have demonstrated quite clearly that they should be barred from owning weapons legally.

Via No, We Shouldn’t Use The No-Fly Fly List To Decide Who Can’t Buy A Gun @ Outside the Beltway.

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