Freedom and personal liberty loving online supporters of Ron Paul were given this name by close-minded individuals who only follow main-stream media's propaganda and lies. The close-minded refuse to believe that Ron Paul has more support than landline phone polls reflect, and therefore any online entity that supports Ron Paul must be a 'bot'. Fortunately for America there are millions of people who support the only hope for America's future, Ron Paul.
"That article was written by a Paulbot, no one really wants to stop paying income tax or end the war in Iraq."
"I want the government to take care of me from cradle to grave so I never have to be accountable for anything, I'll never be a Paulbot!"
"Looks like the Paulbots showed up at another straw poll. Ron Paul won with almost twice the amount of votes as the 2nd place finisher."
An almost cult-like following for 08 Presidential candidate, Ron Paul. The Ron Paul fan club is getting themselves banned from blogs on the left and right of the blogosphere. They are considered a group of people who have created a gazillion Ron Paul alerts on the desktop. As soon as they see the words, "Ron Paul," they pounce!
Oh dang, the Paulbots got got a hold of another 08 Presidential Poll and ruined it.
A government policy Dalek programmed to support human liberty
Paulbot: "Bzzzt! Exterminate! Federal Reserve! Exterminate! Unconstitutional laws! Exterminate! Overseas military adventurism! Exterminate! Deficit spending! EXTERMINATE EXTERMINATE EXTERMINATE"
Portmanteau of "Ron Paul" and "Robot".
A derogatory nickname given to the followers of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. Often attributed to their seemingly mindless support in addition to their supposed inability to see other interpretations of law.
Lined up on the streets, the Paulbots waived their posters and placards proudly despite being outnumbered 3-to-1 at the convention.
"Have you ever tried to debate with Susie?"
"Don't bother, she's a Paulbot."
A portmanteau word combining "Paul" and "bot" used as a moniker for avid followers of 2012 Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul
. Supporters who act in a habitual, drone-like nature via constant domination of internet forums, polls or even real-life events (due to their overwhelming support for the candidate) are often subjected to the term.
1. "Did you see the Paulbots own that internet poll?"
2. "Look at all the Paulbots rallying downtown! Let's join 'em!"
Someone suffering from an obnoxious personality disorder which causes them to endlessly scan online discussions for mentions of Ron Paul and then descend on those discussions with hostile invective and over the top praise for Dr. Paul, accompanied with various rude behavior including shouting down disagreement and accusing anyone who disagrees with them of being a fascist. Often characterized by not actually understanding the principles of libertarianism, the political positions of Ron Paul, or how to make any kind of effective argument for their positions. Despite being real people they have been called 'bots' because their comments often have the non sequitur like quality of computer generated spam.
I wish these PaulBots would get off this discussion thread so that we could continue to exchange ideas in a meaningful way.