Elsewhere: Spitzer, Bloomberg, Clinton

Multi-millionaire challenger to freshman Representative John Hall suddenly drops out of the race, so he may not need that Soros fund-raiser.

Obama has fun with George Bush’s claim that Hillary Clinton will win the nomination.

He also went after Clinton and Edwards on education.

Upstate G.O.P. congressional candidate John Wallace comes out against using drugs to treat children for behavioral problems.

Andrew Cuomo says his doctor ranking plan is done, and Capitol Confidential notices it didn’t take long.

Bloomberg has some advice for the press.

Giuliani hopes the Supreme Court will not repeal the striking down of a D.C. gun control law that’s up for review.

Roatti at The Albany Project tries putting Eliot Spitzer’s poll numbers in a better light by comparing them to Joe Bruno’s.

People are still talking about Spitzer’s driver’s license plan.

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney may have given him a new nickname.

And above is a clip from that Queens political comedy show, where Leroy Comrie describes Eliot Spitzer’s driver’s license plan thusly: "It’s in like a lion and out like a lamb. A very dead lamb. A lamb that’s been hit by a steamroller."