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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- A large upside-down American flag being flown at a home until the economy improves has sparked outrage in a Central Florida community.
Kevin Welsh, who lives near Rosemont in Orange County, said he's flying the upside-down flag because too many people are suffering financially.
Welsh lost his job and may soon lose his home to foreclosure, Local 6 reported.
The flag is a call of distress and a symbol of a broken government, Welsh said.
"The government needs to get upright," Welsh. "I'm in distress. Everyone is in distress."
A neighbor and war veteran said he is outraged over the upside-down flag.