Republican rising star Bobby Jindal sought to quash speculation today that he's planning a presidential run in four years. The 37-year-old Louisiana governor said he has no interest in the White House and instead plans to run for re-election in 2011. The Indian-American called being governor "one of the best jobs" in politics because "you actually get to get things done," the Virginian-Pilot reports.
"The American people are tired of presidential campaigning, politicking," said Jindal. "I think anybody that is even thinking about running would be well-served to roll up their sleeves and support our new president, support our new Congress.”