It's not a zero sum game. I want everyone to have a reasonable standard of life, even if it costs me a little bit more, because much as I'd like to think my kid is a genius they may grow up to be a mechanic.
Income growth and economic progress since the early 1970s suggest otherwise. It's foolhardy to train your kid as a mechanic from age 6 when more fundamental and broadly applicable skills are being sacrificed to the gods of standardized testing and union-bashing.
Also, I prefer a less dog-eat-dog society, it's more pleasant and rewarding to live in when people are not constantly trying to step over each other.
Whether you prefer a society where the political and business elites are less sociopathic, and whether that actually happens, are two entirely different things. Perhaps the connection between this article and prior articles on H1B issues, contact IT, outsourcing, and the rest have escaped you.