From the article:
An example of a fallacy of false choice you might find familiar:
Corporate outsourcing is due to manufacturers looking for cheap labor; AND also, job losses are due to automation. See the problem?
If automation replaces labor, then why move the manufacturing process? The argument doesnt add up. Confused? Dont worry, youre supposed to be.
The idea that they are somehow at odds is laughable. Sundance usually does better than this.
The push to reduce costs is always there. But cheap labor costs overseas and increasing labor costs in the U.S. both create pressures to move where there is cheap labor and/or to automate.
Your vapid post does nothing to explain that dichotomy. You lose.
His point was if a firm automates production then why are they ALSO moving overseas?