At some age you must realize you can get away with saying just about anything. One of my favorites is Barbara Bush, first lady to the first President Bush. Look up her comments about President Clinton "not remembering" what might have happened between him and Monica Lewinsky. Barb was a hoot but she certainly wasn't the first. Eleanor Roosevelt supposedly had this to say decades ago: "I had a rose named after me and I was very flattered. But I was not pleased to read the description in the catalogue - No good in a bed but fine against a wall." I would have tried to verify if that's authentic or not, but until I get a computer that was made in this century that's kind of difficult. Let's assume it was and let's go ahead and let the first ladies run the country. At least they tell it like it is.