‘Ed Show’ playbook: Wed., Mar. 28

Updated

Three days of U.S. Supreme Court arguments on the Affordable Care Act wrapped up today, and Republicans are hopeful for victory.  But what’s their plan if the law is struck down?

GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney tells Jay Leno that uninsured Americans with pre-existing conditions should be denied coverage.  His worst moment in 2012 campaign so far?

Former Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) and Jonathan Alter, msnbc Political Analyst and Bloomberg View Columnist, join Ed for full analysis and reaction.

Trayvon Martin’s mother turns the table, saying it was her son who was protecting himself by exercising his “stand your ground” rule.  And there was civil disobedience during a Trayvon tribute on Capitol Hill today.

Ed will have the latest developments in the case with Charles Blow, New York Times Columnist, and Daryl Parks, Attorney for the family of Trayvon Martin.

A former NAACP leader is accusing the Rev. Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. of “exploiting” Martin’s death.  The founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition himself will respond on tonight’s show.

Vice President Joe Biden delivered another campaign trail smack down today, and there is new great news for the president in the polls.  Democratic Strategist Bob Shrum has that.

Meantime, Mitt Romney’s is putting his plans for a car elevator in his California mansion on hold.

And in tonight’s Big Finish, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker blames everybody but himself for his terrible jobs record.  Voters made a mistake in 2010 and tonight, E.J. Dionne, a Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and Washington Post columnist, tells us what happens if we repeat that mistake in November.

It’s going to be another packed @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

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'Ed Show' playbook: Wed., Mar. 28

Updated