“What could possibly be the argument for allowing a terror suspect to buy a semi-automatic weapon?”

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    The argument against obamas point is the constitution -- we do not deprive people suspected of things of constitutional rights without due process of law. People are not even told when they are on the suspect list and there exists no process to get off it. Its would just be the government saying we have decided to classify you this way so you lose all second amendment rights.

    It really is exactly the same issue that applies to randomly stopping and frisking black men.
     

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