Sources: Detroit News, Time Magazine, FedBizzOpps.gov, The Daily Mail
quote: Just out of curiosity, what "death traps" would those be? My latest car - 2014 forester is one of the safest vehicles out there, and better than pretty much any car from 10 years ago save a volvo (but I would not own one of those).
quote: I did mention flying though. Hmmm does this Limo have wings? Maybe THEN your post would make sense.
quote: Don't try and talk common sense with Reclaimer.
quote: Bush clearly spent over 700 days on vacation lol.
quote: As of Aug. 13, 2013, Obama is on his 15th vacation trip, covering all or part of 96 days total. He's spending this vacation in Martha's Vineyard with his family.At the same point in his presidency — Aug. 13, 2005 — George W. Bush had made 51 visits to his ranch in tiny Crawford, Texas, totaling all or part of 335 days. (Note: Bush sometimes used the property to host world leaders.)
quote: Bush took the longest single vacation — 5 weeks — of any President in 36 years.President Bush spent 32% of his presidency on vacation.Bush passed Reagan in total vacation days in 2005 with three and a half years left in his presidency. Reagan spent all or part of 335 days in Santa Barbara over his 8 year presidency. Bush spent 487 days at Camp David during his presidency and 490 days at his Crawford, Texas ranch, a total of 977 days.- See more at: http://www.crewof42.com/flashback/the-most-vacatio...
quote: And hey genius! Bush was in office for 8 years. Obama isn't done yet, hello!?
quote: Says President Barack Obama "has taken 92 days of vacation since he was sworn in," compared to 367 for President George W. Bush at the same point in his presidency.Al Sharpton, Friday, August 9th, 2013.
quote: Bush took 879 vacation days, which included 77 total trips to his Crawford, Tex., ranch. Nine of those trips were taken in his first year as president.
quote: It's not possible for a president to truly be on "vacation" for that many days.
quote: Just because he wasn't at the White House, doesn't mean he was on "vacation".