In reality, only a small percentage of the average population actually uses "complicated" math in their everyday lives. With the advent of computers, calculators, and computer software, it is just not a necessity for many to use "complicated" math theirselves anymore. Now, I am not in any way advocating the idea that people should not learn math. But, to support your point, ".....educators should use computer technology to completely revolutionize and re-invent the mathematics curriculum. In American schools, children are taught concepts in pure mathematics first, and are only introduced to its applications later on in their education, usually in high school or even college....Most of the early great concepts in mathematics were discovered in just that way - we need to build this pyramid, we need to predict the next solar eclipse, and so on...(New Math, Fun Math, http://www.columbia.edu/~ip71/w116/2006/04/new-math-fun-math.html )."
The above quote can be actually taken both ways, both in support of your topic and in favor of the other side. Make it fit your way, or find some other quote that shows how the advent and widespread use of technology makes mathematics obsolete.
Good luck, ray.