Going for Brokered?

The favorite parlor game this week for politicos is counting delegates and trading scenarios of what a brokered GOP convention might look like. Who benefits if Republicans head to Tampa at the end of August without a decisive winner? President Obama's poll numbers are down with gas prices up. But what can he do about it? Plus, a Goldman Sachs VP quits very publicly by way of an angry New York Times op-ed in which he calls out the firm for a culture of greed and contempt for the client. (Award-winning network TV correspondent and NPR commentator Judy Muller and the Matthew Continetti, editor in chief of the Washington Free Beacon, join us this week Robert Scheer this week. (Matt Miller is away.)

Banner image: Carlos Diaz, 84, reads local newspaper El Vocero with a front page article on Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum and the headline, 'The National Battle Arrives on the Island.' Both are campaigning in Puerto Rico before Sunday's primary. Photo by Christopher Gregory/Getty Images