verb: 1) When a political figure disingenuously uses the platforms of Congressman Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul, incongruous with their track record, to curry favor with anti-establishment voters. 2) LOSING.
During his most recent speech Mitt Romney attempted paulitical pandering when he espoused the ideas of freedom and liberty and mentioned the founding fathers - rhetoric characteristically unique to Ron Paul. Unfortunately, Ron Paul supporters are not persuaded by paulitical pandering since most actually have adopted a hardcore sentiment of support for Dr. Paul otherwise known as No One but Paul.
by 1stAmendguy January 25, 2012