BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- There was no better time than Thursday night for a complete blackout to cripple a major metropolitan area in the U.S.As President Barack Obama addressed Congress with his outline for creating jobs in America, a plan that includes the formation of an infrastructure bank to rebuild and expand the nation's flagging infrastructure, San Diego and the surrounding area went dark. Ironically, that meant 1.4 million residents without power couldn't watch the president's speech on job creation through improving and expanding the country's wilting infrastructure.
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