The Shrubbery was talking about how the US needed to export nuclear fuel to India so the US could import more Indian mangos. I guess no one told that we grow mangos in the US. As a matter of fact, the current Guinness world record mango
was grown in Hawaii.
I have nothing against importing stuff that we don't grow or make in the US, but I have to wonder why we import things that we do make in the US, and usually make better, just so some corporation can make extra money.
A major concern with importing things is that the costs are dependent on the price of oil, another import, for transportation. Oil will always be a problem because it is running out and if some fool starts a pointless war the price spikes.
I was really perplexed until Mark Fiore
explained it all.