Those are the commented-out sample paths that the plugin comes with. You
need to configure it with the an actual pythonpath for your system, which
will vary depending on which python you are using (2 vs 3, system vs.
python.org vs. homebrew, etc.)
If you want to get the actual path python is using, you could try:
python -c "import sys;print(':'.join(sys.path[1:]))"
python3 of course.) There might be more in there than
you want to actually use though so pick out what you don't want..