SCHULTZ: No, no. I don't have a TV, which is why I have never seen your show until today.
HANNITY: What do you know about me and my show and my thoughts on capitalism?
SCHULTZ: I don't think you really have any. I think you are just here to argue and create sensationalism. I don't really think there is any concept behind this --
HANNITY: Are you going to defend the rapes and you're going to blame the police --
SCHULTZ: I am not defending. I am telling you where this is coming from.
HANNITY: You said the police department of New York City brought in rapists so they could blame 'Occupy' people. You deny the violence --
SCHULTZ: They sent vagrants. They sent alcoholics --
HANNITY: And taking a on a police car. You don't work, you go to school. Fair enough.
SCHULTZ: I am broke.
HANNITY: What's wrong with capitalism, what?!
SCHULTZ: Actually -- I am going to start looking for a new job.
HANNITY: Tell us.
SCHULTZ: What's wrong with capitalism? The fact that people are -- the fact that unemployment is 8 percent, twice that, 16 percent.
HANNITY: That's right.
SCHULTZ: For people my age within my age group, and the opportunities are not there to pay off this $100 trillion debt that we have been -- jobs that don't exist anymore.
HANNITY: Are you against big business?
SCHULTZ: No. Not necessarily.
HANNITY: Because I saw a lot of kids at Zuccotti Park --
SCHULTZ: I have worked for big business.
HANNITY: I saw a lot of Macs and computers and iPhones and stuff --
SCHULTZ: Now we're getting into an intelligent discussion.
HANNITY: Here's what I view as capitalism. You create goods or services that people want, need and desire, right? People choose to buy their computers, choose to buy their iPhone, choose to go to Starbucks. They choose to hire somebody, right, isn't that capitalism?
SCHULTZ: You know what? "Occupy Wall Street" actually fits in with that model in a strange way because people are consuming the content that we are producing. They're consuming the things that we have to say about networks like this.
HANNITY: So what's wrong with capitalism as I described it.
SCHULTZ: Well, it is not working anymore.
HANNITY: Why is it not working?
SCHULTZ: I just told you. It is completely failing people such as myself. I just told you --
HANNITY: Well, maybe -- how many hours did you spend down at "Occupy Wall Street"? How many days, hours, weeks did you spend there?
SCHULTZ: I couldn't --
HANNITY: Well, maybe if you weren't spending your time with the quote, "homeless people" who were brought in by the police to rape people, maybe you could have been out looking for a job?
SCHULTZ: Well, I am actually starting looking for a job now --
HANNITY: You are.
SCHULTZ: My funding is certainly running low.
HANNITY: Where does the funding come from, the school or the government?
SCHULTZ: Yes. It's very complicated. I don't fully understand it myself.
HANNITY: So it comes from the government and the school.
SCHULTZ: I guess so?
HANNITY: I guess so, you don't even know. So people give you money to pay for your school and you have no idea. Where do you think it comes from?
SCHULTZ: They charge interest back on it.
HANNITY: You expect a loan for free? Should you have free school, free college?