Gov. Eliot Spitzer Monday criticized Raoul Felder for making comments in a book he co-wrote with comedian Jackie Mason as not fitting “neatly, or at all” with his duties as chairman of the 11-member Commission on Judicial Conduct.

Spitzer said at a press conference that some of the comments in the book — “Schmucks!” — if made by judges would “certainly create the possibility of their being subject to some form of sanction.”

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