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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:



: "You are in the House of Correction. You have gotta get out of that thing. ... It can't get out of the dial-up mode. I say, get out now."


(MNKD) - Get MannKind Corporation Report

: "It's a diabetes cure. I like it a lot, even though it's burning money. ... Anything involving insulin is two thumbs up, way up."



: "Oh you're a worst-of-breed fellow, are you? ... I need you to swap out of Cablevision and get into CMCSA (


(CMCSA) - Get Comcast Corporation Class A Report



(K) - Get Kellogg Company Report

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: "Had a monster run. ... Right now we are in a vicious and negative rotation that will suck Kellogg back to 48, and when it does, I want you to pull the trigger."


(SBUX) - Get Starbucks Corporation Report

: "You are not in trouble at all. ... That stock went from 37 to 29 because people were worried about same-store sales. They're coming back. ... Starbucks is back and bigger than ever."


(F) - Get Ford Motor Company Report

: "Ford is two thumbs up," and Cramer said it was good that Bill Ford

will be replaced as CEO.

Bell South

( BLS): "Are you an arbitrager? You own


(T) - Get AT&T Inc. Report


CanWest Petroleum

( BQI): "I got enough problems with the good ones. I don't need CanWest."

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(MCD) - Get McDonald's Corporation Report

: "I think McDonald's is cheap. I like McDonald's. I say two thumbs up."

Valero Energy

(VLO) - Get Valero Energy Corporation Report

: "Come all the way back. ... They're buying back stock." But Cramer said, "They're gonna be in free-fall until the price (of gasoline) stabilizes. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish onMannKind, Comcast,Kellogg,Starbucks,Ford Motor and McDonald's.

Cramer was bearish onEarthLink,Cablevision,CanWest Petroleum andValero Energy.

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