Texas congressman and former Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul says he hasn't ruled out running for president again but he's not on the verge of making a decision.
Paul's son, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, said Thursday that there's a 50-50 chance one of them will run for president. A few hours later in New Hampshire, Ron Paul told reporters that he and Rand have never discussed whether his son should run.
Paul spoke to a large, enthusiastic crowd at the University of New Hampshire,
He finished fifth in the 2008 primary with less than 8 percent of the vote. In January, he came in second place in a New Hampshire GOP straw poll, with 11 percent.