by Kevin Allman
InTrade, the online speculation site, has a prediction market underway offering odds on who will be the vice-presidential pick of presumptive GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Tops at the moment: Ohio Sen. Rob Portman and Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio, both trending around 18 percent. From there, the field drops sharply — N.J. Gov. Chris Christie is in third, at 10 percent.
Where's Gov. Bobby Jindal? Somewhere at the bottom of the "legit" pack at 2.6 percent. Good thing he's said he's not interested in the job — this time around, at least.