Hey.  It's only fair.  We have so many American products that are produced in China.  Why can't it work both ways?

According to a recent Fareed Zakaria GPS episode on CNN, there is a factory in Georgia that makes chopsticks and sells them to the Chinese.  Why?  I guess they are out of wood there, so they need what we have.  I'm wondering if this would bother the Chinese being that it is such cultural symbol for them.  It's kind of ironic, don't you think?   Here's the story:

Hey, sorry, but it's about time!  Maybe this could be a symbol of our resolve to start producing things that other nations can become dependent upon US for again.  Aren't you worried about where this country is heading if we don't?   I guess it's time to play Toby Keith's "Made In America" really loud!