continued Robert's vision is fixed on his long-term goals -- goals that he doesn't believe he will attain quickly. "Eventually, I want to run for political office because that's an extension of the law. I intend to do something in the law, and that would be the next step. The first would be to do the lawyer thing. The next thing is to try to help in creating laws. I don't want to go to law school, but I'm going to have to," he laughs. "I would like to avoid that. I got enough behind me to do the legal stuff, but paper-wise I'll have to go to school. But we're talking years and years away from now. Nobody has to worry about me being the mayor!
"As far as lifestyles go, if you're making a lot of money on the street, regardless of how good it looks, that's fleeting. One good case, and all your money is gone. They just busted a dude in Colombia, right? He's the kingpin of the world, making, what, $96 million a week? Now all his money is no good. He's going nowhere. His life is about to change drastically. In changing lifestyles, the money is hard, and everybody's struggling with this economy, but it's a much better feeling at the end of the day. I'm just a low man on the totem pole, but at the end of the day, that's all that matters. It's like being a cop: as long as you make it home at the end of the day, you should feel good about what you did. Things are hard, but I sleep all right. Things could be worse."