In looking at a few of the comments on this post, I need to clarify things. I am not saying capitalism has utterly failed, or we need to bring in the State, or it's time for socialism, Marxism, communism, or anything else.
I'm saying it's OK to call out corporations and corporate executives when they do bad things, even if they are doing it to make more money. Or make their companies more money Or make their investors more money. It matters not if they happen to create a few extra jobs along the way. Wrong is wrong, and should be called out as such.
That's all. I don't think that's too much of a stretch. It should have been done far more often than it was. Because now those corporations have turned coat and become part of the anti-Western juggernaut, which has moved the ball halfway down the field against what conservatives value.
To be honest, of everything conservatives have defended, from a 'defending capitalism' vantage point, the worst thing was defending corporations cutting corners and diminishing the quality and quantity of goods while pocketing the money at the top. Because among young people today, so my sons have assured me, they see capitalism as that which gives less, produces less, and results in less, just so those at the top can have it all. Since this practice was defended in the name of defending capitalism, it's not exactly unfair for them to link the two. And when that is what they see, it's also not hard to understand why they are casting their nets in other directions.
Again, it's OK to call out corporations. Not only is it acceptable, in order to defend capitalism, it should have been done every time corporations were doing things antithetical to what capitalism is supposed to accomplish. Doesn't mean bring in the government or invoke our inner Stalin. It just means let people know that when corporations do such things, even if it does help their bottom line, it is not what capitalism is all about.