n. A politician who supports initiatives and policies that harm the environment.
Here the polluticians and the developers carved up the cake with gusto.
Undoubtedly, since the injustice rendered our service personnel and families is under Republican leadership, I could be accused of being a dirty giveaway Democrat. But for any elephant entertaining this thought, it's my personal feeling that the next wonder of the world will be the discovery of a sincere 'pollutician,' elephant or donkey.
Money collected from pollution-case damages could be used for projects chosen by environmentalists rather than spending money on lobbying 'polluticians' for regulations and legislation that don't do the job, he said.
This word is a chuckle-inducing blend of pollution and politician. It was sent my way by subscriber Ike Stephenson who reports that it was used by Peter Carey in his latest book (see the first citation).