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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" Friday evening:

Alliance Resource Partners ( ARLP): "It could be Peabody ( BTU). It could be Massey ( MEE). It could be Arch Coal ( ACI), which has been one of our favorites. In other words, it is coal. Those are all winners."

Philip Morris ( PM): Cramer once owned both Philip Morris and Altria ( MO) both of which he owned for his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.

"I decided to sell PM. I wanted the yield. ... PM is more of a growth stock. ... It was hard for me to part. ... I do like PM. It's a great buy." Altria remains in his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio.

Gerdau ( GGB): "That makes no sense to sell. ... I think that Brazil is red hot. ... We're not selling Brazil down here."

CBRL ( CBRL): "They are doing everything right, and it doesn't matter. ... In the end, people aren't spending." But, Cramer said, "I think this is a great company. They bought a lot of stock back."

Oshkosh ( OSK): "We like Navistar ( NAVZ) on this program. We are not a big fan of OSK. ... That was inexplicable, that miss."

Grupo Simec ( SIM): I know them. I like that company." But Cramer said his "pecking order" is U.S. Steel ( X), then Nucor ( NUE), then Reliance ( RS). "Every one of my steel companies is on fire. I'd rather go with my three."

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