From the January 6 edition of Fox News' The Five:
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST) The best attack on inequality is innovation. Because everybody has almost the same technology. No matter if you're a middle class or [in] rich or whatever. You still have, you can get an IPhone.
JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST) That's true. But it's also true that it costs jobs. And the technology as it moves ahead, you see so much of this stuff manufactured overseas. The question, what about blue collar hard-working Americans? It has ups and downs. I thought you went back and forth because you said it's good that we have more technology today, but these kids with all their corruption of that technology.
ERIC BOLLING (CO-HOST) Look if Bernie Sanders and the socialists had their way and tax corporations at 90 percent, we wouldn't have the iPhone with 130,000times “Apollo” technology in your hand, because no one would take the chance to try to develop it, they do it for the profit motive. Very quickly, I think the biggest drawback, I love technology, bring it get rid of the old stuff, bring in the new stuff, the only thing I really think kids are missing right now is -- they're texting so much, they're not talking. No one can communicate. They don't say a word to each other. They'll sit around and text each other in the same room.