It doesn't bother me one bit. We live in a world economy... if you choose to be isolationist and buy products only from your home country, then that's your choice.
The same thinking can be applied to just about any consumer products. How many people in the USA refuse to drive anything but American cars? Or only drink American beer?
The USA (and Canada, for that matter) haven't been leaders in manufacturing for probably close to 30 years. Japan, Korea and Taiwan have been doing it better and cheaper for a long time now. In my opinion, very few products made here are a good value, with quality design, materials and construction at a reasonable price. There are exceptions, of course, but that seems to be the trend since the early 1970s.
Fender/Jackson, PRS, Gibson, etc. all make good guitars, but they're priced way beyond the mainstream for the most part. Ibanez makes guitars that have historically been very good value, but even the Japanese are getting priced out of the midrange market for manufacturing, and most of the Japanese-made goods are reaching premium pricing.
Korea is the new Japan when it comes to most midrange manufactured goods. They're making some excellent cars, electronics and musical instruments, comparable to what the Japanese were doing in the early '80s.