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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Tuesday evening:

Westwood One

( WON): "Ooh, man. That's kind of what

Home Depot


spun off. ... I don't recommend



anymore. I pass on it and go on."



: "Yes it is, because I think Bob Iger has a great plan. ... I think the world of Disney ... I think they have a forward-looking vision of the Web ... the TV is good. ... I want to stick with Disney. ... I don't play for Disney but I'm not gonna blast it. I think it's a good company."

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Brookfield Asset Management


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: "People think that because it's a derivatives market they need private equity to stick with it. They have terrific management. ... All I can tell you is this is a long road

but BAM will come back."

Fannie Mae

( FNM): "Can't go for it. Just cut the dividend. Guys are gonna sell it. I'm not there."

Automatic Data Processing


: "No. It's just a flat line."



: "Dell? No, man. Dell!? We like



. Dell can buy back as many shares as it wants. H-P has got the business model and the leverage." Cramer has H-P in his

Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

LDK Solar


: "No. We don't need that one."



: "Hit that thing right over the head! Take a mallet! ... That company is simply one of the worst publicly traded companies I've ever seen."

South Financial

( TSFC): "Good stock in a bad neighborhood. The neighborhood is so atrocious I can't touch it."

Johnson Controls


: "I think that's right. Johnson Controls has an unbelievable business in climate control. You have a nice long-term perspective."

Home Depot: "No no. ... We know we like

J. Crew

( JCG) on this show, and we like



. May we not have to like any more retailers! The sector is just too hard."


( SOLF): "Let's leave the fun to the ballpark. We are the

First Solar


plays and




*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Hewlett-Packard.

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