The problem is that the phrase "made in USA" is useless anymore. It really doesn't reflect quality like it used to. Fact is, quality is becoming increasingly rare in the US, both in products and labor. Everybody has such "attitude" anymore to the extent that I think they should start taking water coolers out of the office.
Items made in the Orient are starting to be more attractive in a lot of ways. I guess that their quality is increasing since a supervisor can still hit an employee in the back of the head with a stick if they aren't doing a good job.
Lets start by not cutting each others B---s off, and hire trained licensed and registerd apprentices, stay away from "day labor".
Big corps = Profit over product. That makes us look bad.
Stop buying their product. Pay for and sell quality.
If we all get on the same page, things will change by themselves.