"It's better to be safe than sorry."



"It's better to be safe than sorry."
Melissa Jackson
Of Tulsa, Okla., who responded to the nationwide terror alert by buying plastic sheeting and duct tape.
"I think you have too many coincidences here that raise questions about whether other people are involved."
Retired FBI agent Danny Coulson
On documents suggesting links between Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and white supremacists who were threatening to attack the government.
"Any woman who feels she can go out there with a big, heavy gun, the more power to her."
Nina Augustine
Air Force security officer, who deployed for a possible war with Iraq.

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