Yes, President Obama really said that … while he was ones of miles away in Maryland for some full-on Beltway-style Obamacare politicking.

And just how far outside the Beltway is President Obama today?

A handy map:



  • Jack Deth

    Maryland: L.A. East. Without any Republican representatives in Prince George’s and two other once lucrative, now dirt poor counties.

    Yeah, that’s a Great Escape!

    • World B. Free

      Maryland is just a few pieces of legislation away from being Detroit east.

      • Jack Deth

        I give it ten years with all those DC annex federal workers crossing The Romulan Neutral Zone (DC Line) every day. Baltimore will be the first city to fail financially. And no one will bail it out.

    • Elaine

      It’s a shame, but these kids in college now are the ones who will be hurt most by the cost and effects of Obamacare and they don’t even realize it.

  • RblDiver

    “It’s good to get away from politics. Now, how about them eeeeeeeeevil Republicans?”

  • Rabid

    Geography is hard.

    • World B. Free

      Sucking at being President is apparently pretty easy though. That is the only thing that 0bama has mastered.

    • Right Wired ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      You can’t blame him, he’s not even sure what country he’s from, or how many states there are.

  • WendyOh

    I got my Associates from that college. You wouldn’t believe how ghetto it is. Half of my classmates never achieved over a 2.0 GPA when a sloth in a coma could get a 4.0. Keep it classy, dumbass prez.

    • BiIIy

      Your college was a ghetto full of idiotic dunces? Things are beginning to make sense.

  • Steven A

    College Park, Maryland is the 57th state, how can it be anywhere near DC?

  • Wiki David

    So he’s saying he won’t politic when outside the beltway. Its that easy? We just have to keep him outside the beltway? No way.