The link is from Google news, referencing an Obama question to Steve Jobs. The answer is eye opening. For consumer electronics and other items where manual assembly or fast changing product mixes are needed... the jobs will go to the factory warehouses. Nothing is new there. It is a reality for the time being.
This describes the industrial problem completely.. warehouses of trained, low cost, 'happy slaves'. We(Americans) should be very worried or glad to be maids and care takers, because the war is over..America just does not know it at the 'workingman level' For 10,000 units a day and change every 6 weeks products..consumer phones, cameras, etc..China, Korea and Thailand have it ALL
The only hope is small distributed local design and manufacturing.
It is not totally different from a GM plant in the Brazilian jungle , with a government built port to export autos and auto parts, with the workers happy to have a "sponsored" apartments to live in.. vs no jobs, or mill towns and company stores in the American south or pacific northwest.
Here's the thing-- the only thing Romney knows how to build for jobs is this way where it's all about investments for the richer among us. How do his solutions fix your jobs?