Here is the President's speech, made at the Alhambra Lincoln roadhouse in Washington DC:
'I have a dream, brothers and sisters, and Klansmen, I have - uhm mmm, baby - a dream that one day Bushes and Obamas can stand together, and make phoney speeches about things they know nothing about. I have a dream!'
And as an old lady burst into applause at this, he continued in a Messianic Luther King sort of way: 'I have a dream, y'all, that one day a President will actually stop talking baloney, waffle and - and let us not continue to continue to, we must now remind ourselves, keep wandering around the garden in subclauses - shrink economic planning into just saying - and we shall say this, brothers and sisters-in-law, yes we shall - 'things will be OK, trust us, it's that simple.' I have a daydream!'
The old lady's dog barked at this in appreciation, so he then said: 'Of course, it won't be easy turning an entire nation's economic plans and fiscal policies into some dumb catchphrse, but I'm gonna try anyway - 'I have a dream, and when you wish upon a star your dreams come ah-terroo; Mister Bluebird's sitting on mah shouldah, the Camptown ladies sing this song, doo dah, doo dah, ebony and ivory, side by side on my Alabammy banjo, in harmony, together' -'
'Get off!', the elderly woman shouted at the President, 'Dubya was funnier, you're a bunch of steamin' horseshit!', and Mr Obama's dreams were shattered.
Next week, the Prez explains quantum mechanics to the American voters in two minutes. In his dreams.