We do know there are many errors in the databases used for background checks. There are people restricted because of clerical errors, and there are many who should be on the lists that are not because of faulty reporting.<quoted text>
1.5 million denied. You don't deny that fact. You just claim that it was unconstitutional to deny guns to criminals. What the hell is that? Sounds like you actually DO believe that everyone should have access to any weapon they want without any oversight or regulation. Why do you continue to deny that belief?
MILLIONS of illegal transactions? Really? Where's the data that supports that conclusion?
And is a law only successful if it eliminates 100% of the behavior it targets? If that's the case, I'll ask the question again(which you've ALWAYS dodged)- why not eliminate ALL laws? Because none of them are 100% successful.
Just because people were denied purchase from a dealer, does not mean they did not acquire a firearm by other means.
People who are wrongly denied their right to purchase a firearm are being denied a right. The left, and right does not make any political noise over it. Yet, it is said if we institute voter id laws, we will deny rights to some. Any right denied is a travesty, yet some support the double standard. Why?