It shouldn't still be such a big surprise.
News that a FEMA program set up to house Katrina victims in temporary trailers somehow just doesn't work out.
But in fact, the shocking realization that our government just can't get it done anymore still stings.
In a summer where we're transfixed by news of a resurgent al Qaeda and overtaxed airports and a melt-down in the Middle East, comes news from Washington that not only do the FEMA trailers that have housed up to 100,000 families reek with the toxic chemical formaldehyde, but FEMA's crack management team refused to test the toxin levels until such a time that FEMA could not be held legally responsible.
Government-issue trailers housing American citizen-refugees turning out to be mini Haz-Mat sites.
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