Son of the popular Congressman Ron Paul, Rand is a junior Senator from Kentucky and is considered to be a part of the Tea Party movement that his father's supporters started on Dec. 16, 2007. Despite having been newly elected, he is already proving himself to be among one of the few principled politicians to enter Washington, apart from his father.

Paul was sworn in on January 5, 2011 along with his father, marking the first time in congressional history that a child served in the Senate while the parent simultaneously served in the House of Representatives.

Although he describes himself as a "constitutional conservative" with libertarian leanings, it's been noted that his positions on the issues are nearly identical to his father's but merely "packaged" differently.
Almost immediately upon entering office, Rand Paul is already following up on his promises on balancing the budget with a legislative proposal to cut $500 billion from federal spending in one year and voted against the re-authorization of the Patriot Act, one of only 2 republican senators to do so.
by Eyebrawl February 25, 2011
A principled senator from Kentucky who is the son of Ron Paul who believes in non-interventionist foreign policy and right to privacy and decriminalizing drugs. A republican with a strong libertarian streak. Also known as a republitarian.
Uninformed GOP Voter: who should I vote for?

Rand Paul Supporter: You should vote for a Rand Paul, a senator from Kentucky who believes in liberty and the constitution.
by sjwhater June 1, 2017
A guy who has done more than anyone to expose the hypocrisy at the heart of right-wing "libertarianism"
"Libertarian means follow der Führer" -Rand Paul
by Queen Buttrix December 17, 2020
1. A conservative Republican with libertarian views, Rand Paul is running for the U.S. Senate in 2010 to replace outgoing KY Senator Jim Bunning. Rand is the son of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. According to Rand himself, he was NOT named after author Ayn Rand.

Paul helped found the Kentucky Taxpayers United, an anti-tax group, in 1994. He favors eliminating the Federal Reserve system, the U.S. Dept. of Education, the IRS, the federal income tax, the Fair Housing Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other government programs. Paul also opposes abortion under any circumstances, even in cases of rape and incest. He has publicly criticized the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Born in Pennsylvania, Rand Paul attended Baylor University in Waco, TX, and Duke University in NC. He works as an ophthalmologist in Bowling Green, KY.

2. A favorite candidate of the U.S. Tea Party movement, Paul won the Republican Senate nomination in May 2010, defeating KY Sec. of State Trey Grayson. He has been endorsed by Gun Owners of America, Steve Forbes, FreedomWorks and Sarah Palin, among others.

3. Rand Paul has made several explosive remarks on the campaign trail and in his writings. In late May 2010, he called President Obama "un-American" for criticizing BP regarding the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. He has also explicitly criticized government laws banning discrimination, reversing himself partially when his spoken and written statements were broadcast nationally.
Rand Paul is the darling of the Tea Party movement and the bane of moderate Republicans.
by Peter Kobs May 21, 2010
BP sympathizer and racist running for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky
Rand Paul has said he opposes the Civil Rights Act and that Obama was being "un-American" for criticizing BP over the disaster they created in the Gulf of Mexico.
by Mr.Juan-derful June 27, 2010
Rand Pauled (verb); variations: Rand Paul, Rand Pauls, to Rand Paul, will Rand Paul; Rand Pauler (noun), one who Rand Pauls. 1. The stealing of material from the work of others that you intend to pass off as your own which, when caught, will require an indignant response from you and your martyr-complex, because, hell, you know even if others do not that the ends justify the means and, besides, stealing is only bad when other people do it. Relates to stolen material that is meant to fundamentally alter an opinion or policy or other important issue of significance. Malicious usage. 2. The casual cribbing of such material because, well, it's easier, and it's not important material anyway; that is, such cribbing is just meant to save time and not alter fundamentally anyone’s political or other perspective. Benign usage.
Example for definition 1: For all we know at this point, anything Senator Rand Paul (KY) has ever said or written is Rand Pauled.

Examples for definition 2: Ex. 1: Hey, I just Rand Pauled your Bio off your Amazon page, so you don’t need to email it to me anymore. Thanks. Ex. 2: I Rand Pauled your definition of “Rand Pauled” from your email because I thought it would be fun to write up. Oh, check it out on urban dictionary.com. If you want credit just let me know, because I wasn’t trying to Rand Paul you, dude, just maintain your privacy. Surf’s up. Thanks.
by Randal Paul November 9, 2013
Toast church pedofilic maths teacher at dallam school. Vaselines his head every morning after his daily wank.
by Mynameisbubble June 2, 2019