"Larry Summer's speech reminds me that there's a pro-growth part of this administration that was left over from Clinton," said Jim Cramer on CNBC's "Stop Trading!" segment on Friday. "It was very heartening, and it was very much in keeping with what we've seen in the market this week."Cramer said that the Obama administration is inspiring confidence and proving that it is pro-business. He thinks that the administration changed its tone after it saw the market go down so much. Cramer said that Obama "basically is saying, 'I know the deal. Unless business starts doing better, unless people start making more money, rich and poor, we're not going to get out of this.'" What Cramer would like to see is Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner come out in agreement with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. That would be "gave over for people shorting the bank stocks," Cramer said.