|Asked by News-Sentinel intern Brian Ratto in Downtown Lodi.|
|Quinn Daughetry||Craig Baker||Don Handley||Saralee Okazaki||Judi Simon|
|“I think that it is a great idea for women to be on the front lines. They should be allowed to fight.”||“There is nothing more dangerous than (an angry) woman.”||“There were women in when I was in the service. They should have the right to.”||“My son is in the Navy. A lot of women are able and willing. They should be able to be on the front lines.”||“If they want to, they can. They have a right to be there. They make great fighter pilots. I don’t see why they would not be equally allowed on the front lines.”|
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