• Michelle Obama To Ellen DeGeneres: I Can’t Wait To Roll A Window Down

    There are real-world problems. And then there are First Family problems.

    If I didn’t know any better, I’d say being First Lady is a real drag.

    To hear her tell it, Michelle Obama is more than ready to give up all the private chefs; the around-the-clock security detail; the personal stylists; and flights around the planet on the world’s most tricked-out private plane. Just to name a few perks.

    But above all, you’ll never guess the one thing Michelle can’t wait to enjoy again as a civilian.

    If you guessed rolling down a window, you’re correct.

    “People don’t realize we can’t do little things like open windows,” Michelle told Ellen DeGeneres on Monday’s show. “I look forward to getting in a car and rolling down the window and just letting the air hit my face!”

    But wait, life for the First Lady is much worse than you could’ve ever imagined.

    Poor Michelle says she hasn’t “been in a car with the windows open in about seven years, if you can imagine that.”

    “So I’m gonna spend that first year just hanging out the window. I just want some wind in my face!” she said.

    Oh, may God bless this brave woman for all her sacrifices.

    (Someone might want to warn Michelle that security detail for presidents and their family is often still in effect, even when they leave office).

    The good news is Michelle says she’s not willing to go the Claire Underwood House of Cards route because she’s “absolutely not” interested in running for office.

    “You know, it’s important work, but you have to have the personality and the passion for the politics,” Michelle said. “I just want to help folks and you can do that in so many different ways.”

    Yeah. Michelle is right. The best way to help people is by not supporting liberal policies.

    Watch Michelle’s heartbreaking interview above.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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