"It seems we've lost sight that we still have men and women in Afghanistan and in Iraq," he said. "We can't allow al-Qaida to use Afghanistan. On the other hand, we can't be the sheriffs for the whole world."
Post-9/11 buildup added billions to Maryland's economy
More than 3,000 flags for 9/11 tribute outside Columbia mall
State budget surplus greater than expected
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Sense of Sept. 11
Opinion polls show how public attitudes about Sept. 11 have changed over the past decade.
How people rate the U.S. government's effort at reducing the threat of terrorism:
Date: Very or fairly well//Not well
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