Elsewhere: Bloomberg, Clinton, Lopez

Eliot Spitzer will propose a tax break for parents who send their kids to private school.

Fred Thompson will take a whack at Rudy Giuliani in his own backyard.

A revamped Spin Cycle web site reports that Rudy Giuliani and wife Judith will be interviewed by Sean Hannity tomorrow.

Barack Obama said, “If I believed in polls, then five years ago I would have backed the war in Iraq like she did.” (“She” being Hillary Clinton.)

Michael Bloomberg and Sheldon Silver were at a groundbreaking in Manhattan today.

James Tedisco compiled a bi-partisan list of elected officials opposing Eliot Spitzer’s driver’s license policy.

Liz Krueger wants to get rid of Styrofoam in the food industry.

Staten Island Borough President James Molinaro’s grandson was sentenced to five years in jail.

In case you missed it, The New York Post reported that Michael Bloomberg may produce “a carbon footprint larger than what’s produced by 18 average Americans, 53 Europeans or 404 Guatemalans.”

Bloomberg and actor Javier Bardem are among those who will be honored by the IFP.

Ann Banks likes Bloomberg’s position on commemorating 9/11.

Phil Anderson likes how Eric Massa is raising money.

In New Jersey, campaign finance numbers are available.

Somebody really doesn’t like Stephen Colbert.

And pictured above is Hillary Clinton meeting with Brooklyn Democratic County Leader Vito Lopez. Elsewhere: Bloomberg, Clinton, Lopez