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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" Wednesday evening:

Radiant: "I believe in the business. I'm sticking by Radiant Systems."

Google: "Sells at more than twice its growth rate. SellSellSell."

Secure Computing: "I'd rather see you in Websense. I think that Symantec is cheaper."

Radvision: "I like that stock. ... Two thumbs up and way up."

Sanofi-Aventis: "That company is so two thumbs up it's unbelievable. Along with Novartis, those are "two for the road."

Matsushita Electric: "Is so rocking it's unbelievable ... 52-week high. You stay long Matso."

Rackable Systems: "The fastest-growing Internet stock and company."

Sony: "I give Sony one thumb up. I give Matsushita two thumbs up."

XM Satellite and Sirius Satellite: "Spending so much money they're beginning to look like the federal government. I think XM is cheaper than Sirius. I have to give you a Don't BuyDon'tBuy."

Pepsi: "It feels so epoxyed to the 58 level. ... I stick with the bull but only one thumb up."

Whirlpool: "You've held a $90 stock for 30 points. ... Take one half of the postion off."

Qualcomm: "Going to 54 ... I was going to do a little schnitzeling (Cramer owns for his ActionAlerts PLUS charitable trust) but the momentum ... way too strong."

Level 3: "Going to 7. It's good. Gonna keep going higher."

United Tech: "Goes higher."

Broadcom: "Sees fitty (genuine Wall Street gibberish for 50)."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Headwaters ( HW), KFx ( KFX), Radiant Systems ( RADS), Websense ( WBSN), Symantec ( SYMC), Radvision ( RVSN), Sanofi-Aventis ( SNY), Novartis ( NVS), Matsushita Electric Industrial ( MC), Rackable Systems ( RACK), Sony ( SNE), Western Digital ( WDC), Seagate Technology ( STX), Amgen ( AMGN), XM Satellite Radio ( XMSR), Ciena ( CIEN), JDSU ( JDSU), Conexant Systems ( CNXT), Bookham ( BKHM), Finisar ( FNSR), PepsiCo ( PEP), Qualcomm ( QCOM), Level 3 Communications ( LVLT), Dynamic Materials ( BOOM), United Technologies ( UTX), Broadcom ( BRCM), Marvell ( MRVL) and Apple ( AAPL).

Cramer was bearish on Google ( GOOG), Secure Computing ( SCUR) and Brigham Exploration ( BEXP).

*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 Qualcomm.

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