Even if you cut all executive compensation, it still won't be enough to really pay american workers more and move all operations back to the U.S. Are you that clueless? It's like saying if more 1-2%'ers in this country pay more taxes ,we can eliminate our country's debt. (don't even go there, because if you run the the numbers, we wouldn't even be close...)
There is something to be said about excess executive compensation, which I won't argue with you over. But you have to understand there's a reason why no company (apple included) manufactures most of their stuff in the U.S. anymore.
Motorola Mobility tried to bring back manufacturing to the US when it was acquired by Google. They spend over $8billion to open a cell phone manufacturing facility in Texas and failed miserably doing so without making a single phone. They couldn't find anyone qualified or even willing to work at the prices points they could afford to pay. Motorola was subsequently sold to Lenovo, which immediately shut down the US factory and move manufacturing to where every other cell phone company is...China. And they are profitable now. The same could be said for just about every European tech company as well.
Here's reality. HP isn't going to survive in the PC business. And it's going to fail miserably trying to get into the tablet/mobile space. The PC business will either go under (unlikely) or get sold to a Chinese PC maker that can compete on cost. HP probably will be ok if it stays in the printing business alone. Because aside from the hardware (which HP has been known to sell at cost or at a loss), they can charge an arm and leg for the supplies (ink/toner/etc). and HP still (at least now) has a pretty big marketshae in the printing business (aside from Epson)