I’ve tried to do my bit (have used some US spellings for authenticity):
Barack Obama walks into a bar. It was a bar to fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of millions of America’s children.
Two nuns and Barack Obama were having a bath together. While in the tub, they discussed the vital role that faith can play not only in the individual’s moral betterment and the binding together of a family, but also in the political and social life of our great nation; this inspired the nuns to set up a voter registration program for disadvantaged young people in their neighborhood. And they conserved precious resources by sharing the hot water.
Why did Barack Obama cross the road? Because for too long, we have allowed our ambitions to be dulled by circumstances not of our choosing, our dreams to be stifled by the inherited constraints of what seems possible, and our noble efforts in every just cause to be diverted, so subtly, into the cheerless management of the day-to-day. But we are the ‘Walk’ sign we’ve been waiting for. Can we cross the road? Yes we can!