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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Beth Hilscher
With Hurricane Irene's floodwaters receding across much of the East Coast, homeowners are mucking out their basements and dragging soggy furniture to the curb. But frustrations are rising as the wait for power drags on, with an estimated 895,000 homes and businesses still without electricity.
Beth Hilscher said she had repeatedly called the power company about the electricity, "and every time, it's like a new report, like they've never heard of it before."