(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who bowed out of the presidential race less than a month ago, saying “all the factors say go, but my heart says no,” changed his tune somewhat Wednesday, telling an audience at the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Ark. that he hasn’t closed any doors just yet.
Huckabee was responding to questions about whether he would be open to being the 2012 vice-presidential nominee.
"Everything is still open," Huckabee said. "I haven't closed doors because I found out long ago that that's not a smart thing to do. Then you try to figure out how to open them when they come knocking. I'm not looking for anything, I'm content with what I'm doing. That's what I plan to do."
When it comes to running at the top of the ticket, however, Huckabee said he’s "not even thinking about changing" his mind about that.
He also said he wasn’t rushing to endorse any of the current 2012 candidates: "I don't feel any pressure or hurry to do it," he said.
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