Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., among the potential vice presidential candidates for Republican Mitt Romney, wasn't saying much on Thursday about the possibility of his getting the No. 2 job.
“I’ve got an important job where I am right now, I’m content with this job. I feel that America is in a very unique moment and we’ve got to get it right. And don’t underestimate the importance of Congress,” he said.
Ryan delivered the Whittington Lecture at Georgetown University, a Jesuit school where 90 priests and members of the faculty sent him a letter on Wednesday accusing him of authoring a budget that unfairly targets the poor at the expense of the rich.