I value jobs, too. But on a global scale. In incidents like this, jobs aren't really "disappearing". They're just moving from America to China, and I don't see why Joe Chinese is any less deserving of employment than Joe American.
But, that assumes that a job in America is equal to a job in China. The US has relatively nice labor laws, and China doesn't. So Joe American is probably going to get payed a decent wage and work using machinery that won't be detonating any time soon. In China... probably not as cushy. So there is a very good reason to resist outsourcing, just not the usual one people often trot out.
But then add to that the fact that in theory, the more prosperous China gets, the more reforms will be implemented, so you could actually shut down the sweatshops... by outsourcing to the sweatshops. And that is sort of happening. It's a complicated situation, but the richer parts of China are definitely looking nicer. Or were... the Arab spring appears to have stalled things a bit.
So it's a big, fat mess that I don't think anybody really knows the answer to.