Senators on Tuesday rolled out a bipartisan bill aimed at stopping suspected terrorists from buying a gun, as lawmakers try to overcome a stalemate on the issue. "Essentially we believe that if you are too dangerous to fly on an airplane, you are too dangerous to buy a gun," Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) told reporters. The legislation would allow the attorney general to block the sale of a gun if an individual is on the "no-fly" list or the so-called "selectee" list, which requires additional screening at an airport. Collins said the two lists affect approximately 109,000 people, most of whom are foreigners. The legislation would allow the decision to be appealed. If an appeal is successful, Collins said Americans and green card holders could get their attorney fees covered. The measure also includes a "look back" provision that would notify the FBI when someone who was on the broader terror watch list in the past five years buys a gun. If there is 109,000 people that we know of that we cannot trust at all buying a gun, instead of hurting gun rights of law abiding Americans. Why not just deport these people, because if your making a law that will affect these people from owning guns who's to say they won't buy them illegally on America's streets? As this is a bipartisan gun control bill, we should only consider ever single senator who wrote this after yesterday's epic gun control failure votes as enemies of a free state. For who is to say this also won't affect all of America. They never amount to doing smart things, like the simple task of kicking these 109,000 foreigners out the country through deportation when we can't trust them with guns.
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