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

Deere ( DE): Deere has very little upside..."

Motorola ( MOT): "Given the fact that Skyworks Solutions ( SWKS) just blew up .... I feel the House of Pain. But I am not quitting. I will wait to the 18th when Motorola reports quarterly earnings, and then I will buy some more."

Ultra Petroleum ( UPL): "Long term, Ultra is two thumbs up, way up."

Penn National Gaming ( PENN): "Should not be thrown away like so much detritus. That said, don't buy until it hits 25."

Mylan Labs ( MYL): "I do not like generics. I don't want you there."

Corning ( GLW): We know from many sources that Corning is having a terrific quarter. ... at 19, I would ring the register. At 17, I'm a buyer."

TXU ( TXU): "It's had a big run. The utilities are for sale. Take a little off the table."

Verizon ( VZ): SellSellSell. Everybody loves them. ... I'm not about their friendship. I'm about making you money."

General Motors ( GM): "I refuse to give up on GM ... not at 25."

Cisco Systems ( CSCO): "I'm putting it in Don'tBuy camp."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on Motorola ( MOT), NL Industries ( NL - Get Report), PNM Resources ( PNM), Duke Energy ( DUK), GameStop ( GME - Get Report), Ultra Petroleum ( UPL), Southwestern Energy ( SWN - Get Report), General Motors ( GM), Lions Gate Entertainment ( LGF), Grey Wolf ( GW), FPL Group ( FPL - Get Report) and Chesapeake Energy ( CHK - Get Report).


Cramer was bearish on Deere ( DE), 3M ( MMM), Penn National Gaming ( PENN), Mylan Laboratories ( MYL), Fair Isaac ( FIC), Waste Management ( WMI), TXU ( TXU), Dominion Resources ( D), Verizon ( VZ), Alcon ( ACL), Applied Materials ( AMAT), Cisco Systems ( CSCO).

At the time of publication, Cramer was long GameStop and Motorola.

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