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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" Monday evening:

Mosaic ( MOS): "Let's wait until the shorts knock this one down a little more, then we'll start pulling the trigger."

Sprint Nextel ( S): "There is very little upside to Sprint. I do not like Sprint. This is a Verizon ( VZ) and AT&T ( T) show."

Systemax ( SYX): "I've been hurting people in tech recently, I'm gonna have to say 'don't buy.' "

Eastman Kodak ( EK): "They have a great printing business. I am sticking with Kodak. "

Korea Electric Power ( KEP): "I don't want you to sell this; I'd rather you be buying it. This stock could go up seven to eight points, I want you to keep it. "

Campbell Soup ( CPB): "Very hard to recommend this one. They're a chronic under-performer. I'd rather see you in General Mills ( GIS) or Kellogg ( K)"

Darling International ( DAR): "Their CEO tells a good story, I want to stick with him, he's money in the bank!"

Raser Technologies ( RZ): "Nah, I can't recommend that one, it's too risky."

Lindsay Corporation ( LNN): "They had a monster quarter. I want you to stick with that one."

Visa ( V): "I think Mastercard ( MA) is cheaper and the better deal here. I think you should wait for a pullback and buy some MasterCard."

NuStar Energy ( NS): "I've been working on this one; they yield fabulously. I want to back up the truck on this one, I believe in them."

Motorola ( MOT): "Here's my problem, I want to tell you to sell this one, but Carl Icahn is in there. I am withholding judgment for right now."

Borders Group ( BGP): "Tough stock, we've been negative on it. I've been concerned about their balance sheet. I don't like the book business."

*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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