Liberated from having to take his family on vacation wherever it would do him the most good electorally, President Clinton decided to go back to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., where, as we used to say when Dwight D. Eisenhower was President, he can play golf with his rich friends.

Dick Morris has written that for a couple of summers, the Clintons went West because a Morris survey had found that voters would look more kindly on a vacation that included hiking and camping out. Given my own camping experiences, the way I would have interpreted those findings was that American voters were...

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