Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced yesterday that he has no interest in being the 2016 GOP presidential nominee. He declared, ″Count me out″, saying that he will no seek the job and would refuse it if offered. Ryan added that the eventual Republican presidential nominee should be from the pool of those candidates who did run for the job. Now, Ryan said much the same last year when John Boehner resigned as Speaker of the House. After several days of speculation, Paul Ryan changed his mind and accepted the title from his peers. So, is Paul Ryan truly out of the contention should the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this July turn into a wide-open free-for-all? Or, is there still some chance that Ryan will once again change his mind? If Ryan does stay out of the presidential race, who benefits the most from his decision?