There's certainly no love lost between Wall Street and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, but it appears the would-be governor can add former General Electric CEO Jack Welch to the "do-not-call" list for campaign contributions.

Welch told The Wall Street Journal that Spitzer "sure as hell took some swings at a lot of people," including Welch's former GE colleague Ken Langone, who is currently the target of an increasingly vicious Spitzer investigation over compensation packages he okayed while serving as a board member of the New York Stock Exchange.

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