Jim Cramer's Portfolios of the Week

Jim Cramer has been a vocal critic of President Obama. He has gone as far as to say that Obama's budget may be one of the great wealth destroyers of all time. Cramer has also made it clear that he thinks Obama isn't listening to the stock market.

Cramer feels that until Obama starts listening and paying attention to the stock market, all he can do is caution investors. Cramer just wants to see any sign that Obama realizes that the stock market is falling apart. Cramer doesn't want to see the Dow Jones Industrial Average fall below 6,000 or 5,000 or even 4,000, because it will affect regular people who don't even own stocks.

The bottom line: Cramer says we can't afford the president's agenda and that we sure can't afford the administration's refusal to acknowledge that we have a broken stock market.

Recently, Cramer found opportunities in shares of discounters, oil stocks and Obama-proof stocks. Here are some Cramer highlights from over the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, the "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC and his RealMoney blog posts (these blog post require a RealMoney subscription).

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