To be frank no one gives a shit about your well being in this case. The strength of an economy is derived from the average buying power of the citizen (ie the middle class) balanced to a certain extent with the ability to open a business. In this case the balance has swung far far towards towards the side of business owners. If you think that it is healthy for our economy for american workers to be competing with third world lower class workers in our country then you do not have a solid grasp of economics.
I have pointed out in other comments how this is unhealthy. The reason comes down to fixed costs. In a country with a high standard of living fixed costs are much higher to compensate and this creates a margin between a persons fixed costs and their actual earnings that is their discretionary income. When you start replacing these people with cheap labor and start suppressing wages then their discretionary income becomes so small that they are not able to generate value for the economy by buying things and investing. The most healthy economies in the world are ones that promote the power of the middle class to create a large group of people with buying power that can support many industries.
As a people we recognize that it is healthy for our country to have high standards of living so we ask our government to act in the way that will benefit us, and sometimes this means sheltering american workers to protect our own industries. We as a people are not obligated to slake your thirst for cheap labor because we understand that these actions are unhealthy in the country for the long term. As a businessman it is you responsibility to understand that the people of this country have a certain standard of living and if you are unable to accommodate that then take your business to India. It's part of the social contract for operating a business just being obligated to serve people regardless of race or ethnicity.
The argument was never about you. It was about what our government should be doing to promote the welfare of its people.