Scooby goes to Washington to meet President Obama


Scooby goes to Washington to propose new legislation for manditory toxicity testing of all supplements with President Obama. Unfortunately I was unaware that shirts are required in the white house so we had to reschedule.

I was really hoping to be able to share my ideas on how we could turn childhood obesity around, save on healthcare by promoting fitness and wellness in the schools, and save lives by clamping down on the out-of-control supplement industry.

28 thoughts on “Scooby goes to Washington to meet President Obama”

  1. Hi Scooby,

    U helped us so much!
    ( my Girlfriend an me) to overcome with my
    "rotten shoulder problems (right side, lower back)"

    i'm a norml medium runner(1500m) under 4 minutes,

    there wehre times i stood all night in the shower, to keep my shoulder warm, not to pain!
    (atherwise i'd cried! )

    i stengenth my back lats w/ ur workout!!!

    and lost same fett.*g*

    perhaps i overdid my trapezius ,,,, http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs215.ash2/47793_158048184212669_100000224663795_533948_14221_n.jpg
    to keep this is my goal! (as a runner like i said)

    Auf Wiedersehen, Du bist der Beste, echt!!!

    i learned very much about my body, after reading your"Basics"
    and will keep learning!

    GL with your OP, ull be be a good patient, and then lets shape it!

  2. If you want Obama to listen, get your message out on Fox News, he listens to them on who he should fire more than he listens to the people who elected him so… Get on Fox & Friends and wrestle Brian Kilmeade! ;)

  3. Scooby if you actually get a chance to talk to the pres or a legislature, mention a health line for all public schools. Mine has one but I've noticed not much other schools in America have one.

  4. Your are amazing Scooby XD Next time you have to paint the shirt on your upper body, it will work.

    Your are a really role model for everyone.

    Thank you!

    David Iglesias

  5. Unfortunately the only politician I've ever heard state concern about supplement safety is Dennis Kucinich.

  6. Scooby, you have certainly earned the right to show off that amazing bod, considering not only how hard you have worked for it, but how hard you have worked to teach others to do likewise, for free. However, I can't help but wonder, do you also go shirtless to weddings and funerals?

  7. Obama is like 89 sizes smaller than you, so his shirts won't fit you, but if he had a clue of what's the good thing to do he'd take you to a frikkin' Italian tailor and discuss with you how to work on the Health System while Signor Luigi takes your measurements. Go Scooby!

  8. If President Obama ever saw you, he would never ask you to wear a shirt. Rather he would invite you to a gym in White House and start exercising and discussing the health issues with you. I'm sure he also lifts weights!

  9. Shirts are required at the white house but I dont think those rules apply to you Scooby. Dont listen to anyone who tells you to buy a shirt. Thats your trademark. And you cant change now. Your six pack abs fast is the only video i can think of that you wore a little workout tank top.

  10. Scooby are you caming to virginia? is really close, you should so the fans up here can meet you, oh where are yo going to be in dc?

  11. Thanks so much Scooby! I used to be obese myself and have become fit thanks to you. I often try to help overweight students at my school and teach them how veggies can taste so good and how cardio feels so amazing. I hope for the best, we can REALLY use for fitness education out in our schools! Thank you!

  12. If President Obama will meet with me then I will buy (and wear) a shirt. I'd love to share my ideas on how we could turn childhood obesity around, save on healthcare by promoting fitness and wellness in the schools, and save lives by clamping down on the out-of-control supplement industry.

  13. Hey, if anybody out there works for the President I would love to meet with him! I'm in Washington DC today and tomorrow. :)

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