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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:

China Digital ( STV): "STV is too risky. ... That's too risky a business. ... I like Baidu ( BIDU). I like Focus Media ( FMCN). And I like China Mobile ( CHL). I'd rather see you in Global Sources ( GSOL), that's a buy. You want to go with that one."

Clean Energy Fuels ( CLNE): "I found this hard to analyze. ... They actually talk about how much natural gas they're pumping as their revenue metric. I don't like it. ... I say Don'tBuyDon'tBuy. ... There's no financials. ... I'm never gonna recommend a stock that has financials I can't decipher."

comScore ( SCOR): "We're up about eight bucks in a nanosecond on that one. But I think it goes higher. ... By the way, Google ( GOOG) is up huge, eBay ( EBAY) is up huge. That's good news for comScore. More people on the Net is good news for comScore."

Raytheon ( RTN): "Hey, listen, the last two days, I've been pulling the trigger on Raytheon. ... This is the cheapest defense stock out there. ... This is the defense stock that hasn't run as much as the other ones. ... I like this one best."

Furniture Brands International ( FBN): "No, I want to sell that. ... Anything FBN I want to sell."

Southwest Airlines ( LUV): "I gotta tell you, I don't like the airlines. ... But the quarter from Delta Air Lines ( DAL) was a thing of beauty. ... That makes it too hard to own any other airlines."

Ciena ( CIEN): "Stop looking, start buying! Ciena is great. Cisco ( CSCO) and Ciena are both great. ... The guy who runs Ciena -- President, Chief Executive Officer and Director Gary B. Smith -- when his stock was lower, he came on my show and said now is the time, and it's still time for Ciena."

Jack in the Box ( JBX): "No, I wasn't happy with that quarter. ... I was not happy with the Jack in the Box quarter. ... I like Yum! ( YUM) much, much more than I like your play."

Cabela's ( CAB): "Noooo, you do not buy Cabela's. They're a serial underperformer, their stores are too far away from their customers. ... This is a poorly managed company. ... If you insist on owning retail, I like Guess? ( GES), I like J. Crew ( JCG), but me no likey retail."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Raytheon.

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