Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, who's making his second third bid for the White House, was the featured guest at this morning's Christian Science Monitor breakfast, where he was asked about his strategy.
"I have one goal in life politically, and the goal is to make this a better country." He said he also wants to "change economic policy, change our foreign policy, change the monetary policy, and explain to people why we have booms and busts."
He continued, "You can't get out of a bust if you don't understand where the boom came from. The bust is the consequence of the boom. So my strategy doesn't change. I have political people that work and do things in strategy."
One thing was missing from his answer: winning the presidency.