RIM has gotten a little too hot for Cramer, but he trusts Wynn and likes Six Flags.
Cramer said today's market drop is an indication of what will happen without a budget deal.
Cramer is big on Yum and M&T Bank and says the lower price of natural gas hurts Nabors Industries.
The Fed chief is more concerned about unemployment than the Congress or the President. Unemployment affects markets, Cramer said.
City National is a 'classic' bank, Cramer said, while Tanger and Danaher may be signalling better things ahead for the economy.
A deal seems no closer, Cramer said, but at least Congress will think twice about taking a vacation now.
Analysts made the right call on Cemex and Chicago Bridge, Cramer said, but he's disappointed by Ruckus Wireless.
Cramer said he'd rather talk about anything but politics, but the fiscal cliff will hurt stocks so talk, he must.
Cramer is bullish on Monster Beverage, Anadarko, TripAdvisor and Quanta Services but wonders what's going on with Omnicom and Apache.
Next week's game plan includes watching the Sunday talk shows to see if Congress is any closer to a deal before it goes on vacation.