CORRECTION: HillaryHub.com posts this citing three examples of Spitzer support on the site and claiming it never scrubbed the hub clean of Eliot endorsements. Radar regrets the error.
Depending on who you're talking to in Albany and Washington this afternoon, Eliot Spitzer has either already resigned and slinked away to a fortified bunker in the Poconos, or he is going to spend a few days talking with his wife, children, and senior staffers, and then resign and slink away to a fortified bunker in the Poconos.
Either way, Hillary Clinton has already delivered the first of many "You're dead to me, Eliot"-moments, sponging her campaign website clean of all mentions of Spitzer's endorsement last May. Spitzer's name was gone from the website less than an hour after the Times story broke—impressive timing when you consider it took Mitt Romney nearly an entire day to decide to throw Larry Craig under a bus last August.