o⋅bot⋅ism, obotic, o⋅bot⋅is⋅tic, o⋅bot⋅like
1. a person who acts and responds in a political, routine manner, usually subject to another's will or agenda;.
2. mindless drones directed by group think and free from their own thoughts.
3. extreme or radical faction of the United States
4. commanded without reason or question: "The Obot crowd has attacked their own oil station leaving them without heat for the winter".