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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:

Disney ( DIS): When a caller asked for a stock her children could invest in, Cramer offered two: Disney and McDonald's ( MCD). "Every time you can to Disney or McDonald's, you can say to the child , you own one share."

New York Community Bancorp ( NYB): "Even though it's got a 6% yield ... it is the kind of company that does badly" when you hear about the inverted yield curve, Cramer said. "There is downside here, and I would be worried. Would I buy it? Absolutely not."

Sirius ( SIRI): "Stay away unless he's CEO Mel Karmazin's going to merge with XM Satellite ( XMSR)."

U.S. Global Investors ( GROW): "This has not been one of my favorites. ... It's delivered a 250% return. ... Let's take a little off the table. We don't want to lose that big gain. Let the rest ride."

Omniture ( OMTR): "BuyBuyBuy. ... Omniture's going higher, and you cannot look at the Web and know what people are looking at without Omniture software."

Melco PBL Entertainment ( MPEL): "Cheap, I want to buy it."

Charter Communications ( CHTR): "If Time Warner ( TWX). buys Charter, it will be at this price. I reiterate: ka-ching, ka-ching."

Conexant ( CNXT): "I will not endorse Conexant until they fix that darn balance sheet."

Sears Holdings ( SHLD): "You're talking heresy if you're thinking of selling that one. ... I think that stock is marking time. ... A strong buy. ... I do not condone selling the stock." Cramer owns it for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings.

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