Never Forget - Who you vote for counts. If you don't want a President who sees you as irredeemable and deplorable, the choice is clear.
In a thousand years, I don't envision corporations agreeing to limit their salary range to 15x the minimum wage! Why should they? They will doubtless all relocate offshore instead, and only become wealthier in the process, IMO.
Now then, back to market dynamics and economics not taught on Limbaugh's radio program: value-chain. You spend a buck. Where's it distributed? Mostly us, paying folks here, to get it from port into the nifty little bag, which you should recycle, cuz we Libbies get all lovey dovey about. Plus, units rule, since it takes folks to move more products, unit wise. And a refer made here, which at end user level, might be $3000 at the lower end, sell about 1/3 as many units as one selling for $1100, made in South Korea, and being pretty amazing good. So great. A manufacturing worker gets a job, but fewer truckers, warehouse, stockers, retailers are needed, further down the value chain. It's a net loss in jobs.
Plus, the notion that somehow manufacturing jobs are the ultimate, is pure nonsense. They made squat too, until unions forced more pay for the same work, and now they have paychecks local businesses and markets had come to rely on. Pay service workers the same, and bingo, problem solved, and we have tons of them -- and they cannot be outsourced!!!!
Glory Days 2.0, only more glorious.
In short, you're value is not what you do; its' what you make (and spend, into our economy).