The Bush Administration just overturned the Roadless Wilderness rules put in place in the last 8 days of the Clinton Administration which served to preserve 58.8 million acres of pristine wilderness in the US. Under the Bush plan, the power to manage these lands will be vested in the states, as governors will present plans to the US Forest Service regarding these roadless wilderness areas regarding their use.

I'm just wondering what everyone thinks of this move?

Fishing the Ozarks