Look, I'm not one to turn this traditionally non-partisan sanctuary into a political debate, but let's be fair. Obama is not, by any stretch of the imagination, the most egregious presidential vacationer in recent history.
"Bush spent 1,020 days of his presidency on vacation. To put this into context, John F. Kennedy spent fewer days in office, 1000, than George W. Bush spent on vacation. Bush spent 487 days at Camp David, 490 days at his Crawford ranch, and 43 days in Kennebunkport. George W. Bush spent 69 days in Crawford during his first year in office. In contrast, according to FactCheck.org, Obama spent all, or part of, 26 days of his first year in office on vacation. This was less than all three previous Republican presidents, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush, but more than the two previous Democratic presidents, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton."
While I can't find up-to-date figures on this, CBS reported this in August 2011:
"President Obama has taken 61 vacation days after 31 months in office. At this point in their presidencies, George W. Bush had spent 180 days at his ranch where his staff often joined him for meetings. And Ronald Reagan had taken 112 vacation days at his ranch."
We all have our political leanings, and lord knows I have my issues with Obama, but attacking him on his vacations is a bit weak given his relative restraint compared to his predecessors.