FLOTUS floperoo? MICHELLE OBAMA says the White House is like being in a “really nice prison”

Michelle O made her feelings with her Presidential predecessor ex-FLOTUS, Laura Bush, in Tanzania, Africa after ABC’s Cokie Roberts said that the very first FLOTUS (Flotus prime?) George Washington’s wife Martha Washington said that the role of the president’s wife was akin to that “state prisoner.”

Obama concurred, “There ARE prison elements to it..”

“BUT with a chef,”  Bush quickly interjected. “I always joke that we have probably the best jobs in the world because . . . our husbands, who have to react and respond to crisis on a minute-to-minute basis, they come into office with a wonderful, profound agenda, and then they’re faced with reality.

“On the other hand, we can work on what we’re passionate about.”

“You can’t complain,” Mrs. Obama agreed. “But there are definitely elements that are confining.”

She then made a funny herself, jesting that, while their power happy hubbies sort out the affairs of the world and untold domestic crises that “people are sorting through our shoes and our hair . . . whether we cut it or not.

We take our bangs and we stand in front of important things the world needs to see,” Obama continued. “And eventually people stop looking at the bangs, and start looking at the things we’re standing in front of.”

“We hope,” Bush said.