"Rep. Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.) said FEMA obstructed the 10-month committee investigation and 'mischaracterized the scope and purpose' of the agency's actions. 'FEMA's reaction to the problem was deliberately stunted to bolster the agency's litigation position,' Davis said. The documents 'make it appear FEMA's primary concerns were legal liability and public relations, not human health and safety.' About 60,000 households affected by Katrina remain in trailers." Yet another fine example of FEMA's fine work...haven't they "helped" us quite enough? Yet another inefficient and corrupt agency that should be put out of its misery.