Talk:Rodman Reservoir

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Does anyone really think that this page reflects appropriate neutrality? It reads as if written by a rabid political opponent of Rodman Reservoir. Describing Rodman as an "artificial" reservoir (as opposed to the common "natural" reservoir, I presume) gives a hint of what is to come. Sure enough, the article is soon bordering on sci-fi hysteria: "... they used a mammoth machine called the crusher-crawler to destroy sections of the forest ... " The article culminates in a breathless tribute to the noble struggle of the enlightened environmentalist: "FDE's campaign for a free-flowing Ocklawaha is in its fifth decade."

Everyone knows that Wikipedia leans left, but you can surely cover it better than this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 159.178.75.232 (talk) 23:38, 9 September 2016 (UTC)