You could add yourself to the /etc/sudoers and add this line under the section # Same thing without a password
%group ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
is the name of the primary group the user that you want to have automatic root access (to find out the primary group type id
in the command line). Then under the .bashrc file add the lines:
alias nopass='sudo su -'
Next time you login you'll have root access without a password....BE CAREFUL...I havent actually tried this but It might work. If I'm wrong somone correct me...