by Kevin Allman
When it comes to his vice-presidential ambitions, Gov. Bobby Jindal's standard response is "I have the job I want" — even as he's traveled the country raising millions for himself. Most political watchers expected Jindal to pivot on that position eventually, and that moment came this morning on Meet the Press with David Gregory, when Gregory asked if Jindal might be GOP candidate Mitt Romney's veep.
Jindal glossed over the question — "We're not speculating; we're not talking about that" — and then went back to talking about the Affordable Care Act. It wasn't much, but it was a change from his long-held position that he already has the job he wants: