@Terrificli -- I don't mind a tariff at all because I am not convinced that lower labor costs means lower prices for consumers. I figure lower labor costs mean more profits for companies.
Here is what I mean. Let's say a smartphone costs $800 retail, but costs around $200 in parts and labor to produce. Are we really to believe that it costs a heck of a lot of money to promote and develop the product? In other words, if a company wants to turn a profit on each unit, are we to believe that $800 covers mostly manufacturing, marketing and development so a reasonable profit can be realized?
It could well be that that $800 phone would cost exactly that much regardless of where it was made and how cheap labor happened to be. Consumers have shown they will pay that price, so what motivation does a company have to drop it a single penny?