It doesn't sound like an employer that you want to be working for anyway.
I once had a 2 week trip to Africa booked MONTHS in advance that my manager knew about. The trip cost several thousand dollars. My direct manager left and I put the dates on the calendar after they hired a new manager but before she started. I got an email from my director that said "Hi Kel, since this will affect [New Manager] a great deal, let's talk about it." I knew right then that if she tried to tell me I couldn't go, I would have immediately given my notice that the day before my vacation would be my last day. The next time I saw her, she said something about it, I said "Old Manager knew about it and I already paid for everything" and she said we'd work something out. There was really nothing to work out since I didn't need New Manager to cover for me at all, I had a colleague who always covered for me. When I told New Manager about this months later, she thought it was ridiculous since my vacation didn't affect her at all.
A large part of why I left my last employer was because of how horrible their PTO policy was. At my new job, I have 33 days/year. I have taken 2 week long vacations in the 6 months since I started and will be going on a 10 day honeymoon this winter. I won't work for an employer that doesn't recognize that employees need time off. Actually, when I was interviewing for my current job, one of the questions my medical director asked me is how I thought I would deal with working with some difficult situations (I work with medically complex children in foster care) and I honestly answered that I take vacations and I completely disconnect from work during vacation.
Also just going to leave this here: It's Proven That You'd Be More Productive If You Took More Vacations
My spirit is so not American. I really should have been born in Canada, Australia or Europe.