Paul Ryan discusses possibility of someday serving as VP

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Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan

JANESVILLE — Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan says he’s not running for president anytime soon, but Sunday, spoke about the possibility he could someday serve as vice president.

The Janesville Republican discussed the issue on FOX News Sunday.

“I just don’t know the answer to your question. It’s not a bridge that I’ve even come close to crossing.  It’s a decision that somebody else makes, and a long time from now, and quite honestly, I’m focused on doing my job in Congress, which I think is important, which is to give the country an alternative choice of two futures on how we save and strengthen America, how we save the American dream from what I think is this path that the president’s put us on to debt and decline. So I can’t answer that question, because I haven’t given enough thought to that.  I don’t know if I’ll even have the opportunity,” Ryan said.

Ryan says he believes Mitt Romney is “on his way” to capturing the Republican Party presidential nomination.