Former Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul was asked on CNN, today, who he thought was going to win today's election and if he would finally endorse either President Obama or Mitt Romney (video below), reports

Rep. Paul said; "I don’t think there’s enough difference between the two candidates, and I assume the victor today will be the status quo because I think the status quo’s been up and there’s no competition. So we’re going continue with basically the same policies that we’ve had for a long time. So I don’t see the election as the way it’s turning out to to be very crucial at all."

"I would say either person would carry on the status quo because they essentially endorse, you know, government-managed medical care variations, you know, a little bit. They endorse the same foreign policy of having our troops around the world and doing a lot of things I don’t believe in, endorsed the monetary system. They haven’t addressed the subject of cutting spending."

“If I were independently wealthy and not involved in the campaign and had a lot of money and people, both parties, were undermining my liberties and taking away my 4th amendment rights in pursuing bills like the Patriot Act and assassination of American citizens."