Momentum grew for Senate passage of gun legislation when a bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday announced agreement on deals to expand background checks and tighten laws against gun trafficking. The first breakthrough came in a deal on background checks announced by Sens. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), who agreed on an amendment that would exempt all "personal" transfers of weapons between individuals, but would close the infamous gun show loophole and also require background checks on Internet sales."* There's a background check bill that looks like it will barely pass, but is it enough to curb guns getting into the hands of potentially dangerous people? What arguments are there against background checks, (which 90% of Americans want)? Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show), Desi Doyen (Green News Report), and Brad Friedman (BradBlog.com) discuss.