Donald Trump: I Haven't Ruled Out Running

The Donald will do anything to keep his name in the headlines:
Donald Trump again refused to rule out a presidential bid Monday amid the increasing likelihood that Mitt Romney would win the Florida primary and the eventual Republican nomination.

The reality show television host, who at one point last year was leading the GOP polls, said that he planned to endorse a Republican candidate shortly, but that he would consider entering the race as an independent candidate if his choice did not emerge from the GOP field.

"I really want to endorse somebody and I'm going to be doing that over the not-so-distant future, and I'm going to be doing that, and if that person doesn't win, you know, we'll see what happens," Trump said on Fox News. "My preference is to endorse somebody, I love what I'm doing, as you guys know very well, I love it, I want to keep doing it, but I also love this country and we have to get somebody who is going to do that."
Even though he sounds as if he will go the non-risky route and endorse Mitt Romney, it appears as though Trump wants to be something of a political king-maker.

If he really wanted to make headlines, Trump would endorse someone like Rick Santorum. Or better yet, Buddy Roemer Gary Johnson.

Just sayin'.