Hmm. So I’ve never been to Martha’s Vineyard (though I’ve driven past it), so without that sense of how fabulous it is, I don’t instantly gut-check-react when sitting presidents go there.

Could it be, therefore, that lots and lots of people in this country don’t quite get the enormity of the locale, and perhaps it’s a sign of the press’ own snobbery (and that of politicians) that assume we’ve all been?

(Btw the title of this post pretty much sums up my contextual-extrapolating of the place from it’s title, since my awareness of politics pretty much coincides with Martha Stewart’s mainstream rise, and the press never actually point out what Martha’s Vineyard is.)