"Politifact deemed Palin's remarks to be its "Lie of the year," and Palin was mocked years before liberals like Howard Dean, Paul Krugman, and some of President Barack Obama's former advisers – like Steven Rattner – finally conceded she was right..."
Krugman is in his own "Ivory Tower":
http://townhall.com/columnists/ericpeters/2014/10/04/the-krugman-conundrum-n1900129?utm_source=thdaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl"I believe he commits intellectual fraud on himself, as he comfortably insulates himself in his ivory tower. Think about the choices he really has to make. He can take the stairs or take the elevator to get to his office, he can write his next article on a notepad and give it to his secretary to type, or he can type it himself into his computer.
"Nothing he does has any direct impact on his own life or those directly around him. Now imagine a person like that, so detached from reality, operating heavy equipment. (Bad visual)
"Like many in the ivory tower, he lives a life of no consequences.
(Take note: the organic chemistry labs are more than halfway across campus. That's the place where mistakes go boom.)"
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